Bahia de la Luna

Playa La Boquilla, Puerto Ángel, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto 聲gel

Our Last Full day on the Mexican Coast

A travel blog entry by z00dles

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This morning (February 5th) our last day on the coast, we woke at sunrise, took a view from the rooftop palapa and walked into town to watch the fishermen bring in their fresh catch. As stated in an earlier entry, they leave at 5 p.m. and go out anywhere from about 1 to 10 miles offshore, at this time they stop the panga (small open fiberglass boat with outboard engine), they cut the bait in 1 or 2 pieces and put it on the ...

Spring

A travel blog entry by srbruner

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... our friends Alice and Philip and their daughter Jasmine, who had come all the way from Copenhagen for a ten day Oaxaca visit. When Leah arrived in San Francisco to catch her connecting flight to Reno, she was told that the flight had been cancelled and that, because of weather issues, the airline couldn’t get her to Reno until Friday. Out of her control. There were no other good options to get to Reno. She would miss her panel. She spent ...

Road Tripping In Doug the Bug

A travel blog entry by kelleeward21

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The last week in Puerto has been great. So much sun and fun I am well and truly in holiday mode now! The last week there were a few party's next door at our neighbours house, we had an Olympic opening ceremony party which was fantastic. I ended up having my latest night yet. My room mate Alfie flew home, so I have the massive room all to myself now! For my last day in Puerto I went on a road trip with Giselle, a Canadian teacher staying for the summer and Jordan, a ...

The Devil's Elbow

A travel blog entry by macfarlanei

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... to spend a little time there myself unfortunately the devil’s chauffer was on a mission so it was just the rucksack and me.

There was one aspect of the journey I had time to contemplate. As we slid from one side of the minibus to the other side of the minibus my lower abdominals were working nearly as hard as my anal sphincter, and fortunately, more effectively than my gastric sphincter which was failing abysmally (it really had lost the plot). ...

Aint no party like a Mexican party

A travel blog entry by k.griffin

It seems impossible that we leave on Friday, trying to remember what has happened in the three weeks is rather difficult, everything is a sunny haze, characterised by a lot of ice cold beers and margheritas, swims in warm seas, and baby cuddling.

Its safe to say that Matilda is one of the most beautiful babies I have ever seen. She has changed a lot since we first got here, and is now smiling and starting to chat to us, making all my Psychology work into ...

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This hotel, located on Playa La Boquilla, Puerto 聲gel, is near Puerto Angelito.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Bahia de la Luna Puerto 聲gel

    Undiscovered paradise!

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    We stumbled upon the Bahia de la Luna by reading an travel agents ad for a vacation, found and read the Bahia's website and signed up. What a wonderful week in an undiscovered paradise! It is decidedly "rustic" and has a few critters running around, but the setting, 3 km off of the paved road and on its own bay (La Boquilla) is almost beyond description. The bay is bordered on two sides with rock walls and ends on a yellow sand beach that is directly (a few feet) in front of Bahia de la Luna. Water temperature is welcoming, many fish to see while snorkeling, we saw baby turtles scampering towards their first swim in the ocean and eagles diving for fish! The hotel cottages are all very private from one another. No hot water, but the temperature of the air is wonderfully warm, and compensates. The food was wonderful, ranging from tasty mexican, to very fresh seafood, to wonderful european. The guests were about half european and half american, with a scattering of south americans--wonderfully cosmopolitan, and always seemed to be someone to translate. Reto Bisseger and his staff were always ready to help. This is a special place. We will return!!

    Welcome to paradise

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    If you love to spend your vacations in a perfect setting of nature, a proper beach, crystal clear water which invites you for snorkeling and you prefer to stay in cosy and charming bungalows (no ac; no hot water) which are undergoing a soft renovation right now then you have found the place to go! The food is just excellent (try the homemade banana ice!) and the concept of an eco sensitive resort under a new Swiss management is brilliant. With some luck you can even play a soccer game against a "Mexican sele蓷o" which was good fun

    Summary: Perfect place to relax in nature for a fair price!

    Perfect hide away

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    If you are looking for a perfect hide away, if you love to spend your days on a beautiful beach in a relaxed atmosphere, if you are after style and not luxury and if you prefer privacy to hustle and bustle, stay at the Bahia de la Luna. You will find a true eco-sensitive mini resort and a charming host.

    Perfektes Versteck

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    Wenn Sie auf der Suche nach dem perfekten Versteck sind, wenn Sie Ihre Tage gerne an einem wundersch霵en Strand in entspannter Atmosph酺e verbringen, wenn Sie gerne stilvoll leben, aber nicht unbedingt Luxus ben飆igen, und wenn Sie lieber Ihre Privatsph酺e genie絽n als geselliges Treiben, dann sollten Sie im Bahia de la Luna buchen. Es ist ein wahrhaft umweltfreundliches Mini-Resort mit einem charmanten Gastgeber.

    Beach paradise?

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    Just come back from a week at Bahia de la luna having read the reviews on trip advisor and expected great things. The place certainly delivers. It's as idyllic as the pictures on their website show - hammocks on the beach, great views, beautiful warm sea, hardly any people and lots of wildlife including 3 foot manta rays right at the waters edge on our first night, dolphins and turtles on an early morning fishing trip and over 20 vultures circling overhead one day. We were lucky enough to have the place almost to ourselves - no more than 8 people were there at any one time so it really is a very good option for a bit of winter sun in november, but the most people they can have at any one time is 35, which is hardly crowded.

    Hotel de reves

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    un petit coin de paradis pour les amoureux de la nature. Nous y avons s嶴ourn 3 jours, et on y serai bien rest encore plus. Reito, le propritaire est adorable et fin cuisto ce qui n'enl鋦e rien. les bungalows sont simples mais super agr嶧bles. par contre pr憝oyez du temps por descendre jusqu'a l'hotel et une bone voiture, l'acces est plutot hard

    pensez a demander faire un tout en bateau, la plong嶪 en tuba est feerique et avec de la chance vous verrez des tortues (comme nous)

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    An exceptional lodging alternative in the Puerto Angel vicinity

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    If you, like us, have a fantasy of finding an intimate group of private and simple bungalows just off of a picture-perfect but virtually private quarter-moon beach, with several palapas backed by hammocks, literally steps from a full bar and a restaurant restocked daily by local fisherman, with exceptional but casual service, all for under 700 Pesos per day (low season) for two, you are in luck. It exists at Bahia de la Luna, just outside of Puerto Angel. This is idyllic eco-friendly tourism on a budget. No AC, no hot water, but we didn't need either in July. Hard to find and hard to get to (the road is being rebuilt by hand), but well worth the effort. We drove from Zihua to Huatulco, and stayed at Las Brisas on the way, but this is where we will go back to, over and over.

    Best Little Resort in Mexico

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    I almost hate to write this review of Bahia de la Luna. We had the place all to ourselves. When the word gets out, I expect this place to be booked solid. But, that is inevitable. This is one of those rare, once in a life time places that you will dream about for a long time after you return home.

    Bahia de la Luna

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    We booked into Bahia de la Luna with our family (late teens, early 20's) for much of a 10 day period in May of 2006. We were looking for something outside of the resort areas, where we could relax together with few hassles, and Bahia de la Luna sounded just what we wanted.

    Great location, some problems, quite pricey

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    I booked a week at the Bahia de la Luna to spend a few days at the beach with my parents over the New Year 2006. Their web site ------ is very swanky, so I did not mind to shell out the US$200 per night that they charge for their 6-people cabaña right on the beach.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bahia de la Luna Puerto 聲gel

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding