Atamari Resort

Via Santa Elena km 83, Puerto Lopez, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Santa Elena km 83, Puerto Lopez.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Lopez

A bit of the Ecuadorian Coast

A travel blog entry by tim.quaye on Jul 20, 2014

7 photos

... couple of tiny jellyfish stings. Finally we returned back to the mainland, again seeing a few whales on the way. I made a friend on the trip, a woman in her 60s who is the Editor for special reports at The Economist. So I'll see if I can get a discount on my subscription when I'm back! Montanita Montanita is a short 1 hour ride down the coast. As it's known for being lively I decided it was a good place to head for the World Cup Final. I arrived at the hostel around 2pm and ...

Bananas

A travel blog entry by rktravel on May 28, 2014

20 photos

... Luis and his wife Cati are incredibly nice people, and genuinely want their guests to feel at home here in paradise. They cook us great food, share their stories, and give us everything we need to really enjoy ourselves during our time here. Plus, with just four hours of work Mon-Fri we are greatly encouraged to swim in the ocean everyday, walk the beaches, play with the dogs, and siesta in the hammocks- it's the life!


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Revenge of the Parasites

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on May 19, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... for better hiking conditions in the Andes. This is one of the nice things about Ecuador: if you get tired of the cold in the highlands you can simply head down to the warmer climates of the Pacific coast or Amazon Basin. And along with a change in temperature you find countless other changes.

During my time in Quito I located good sources of food from local farms and walked just about every block of the Old Town. The colonial ...

Back to Quito then San Clemente Homestay

A travel blog entry by lindb on Apr 29, 2014

27 photos

... lake. We had 2 guides, Juanita's son and our host family's son Roberto. It was a steep climb to the top of the hill that only took 1hr 20 mins and we were pretty slow! The views over the valley were stunning though. The climb down didn't take so long though and we had borrowed hiking poles from our family which made it a lot easier! We were back at Juanita's house for lunch by 12.15, but the others were not due back till 1.30pm, so we could have left at 9 am and not 8am! We ...

Fun in Puerto Lopez

A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Apr 16, 2014

8 photos

... later lunch. It was about an hour boat ride to our destination - Isle de la plata, or otherwise known as "poor man's Galapagos". The water is even colder here than our previous dives in Mancora, and luckily this dive company was way more well equipped, so we suited up with 7mm suits, a secondary short suit for our core, and hoods. It may not be the most attractive look, but it's definitely worth it to stay comfortable in the water! Besides the gear that they gave us, I ...