Hotel Los Caracoles

Address: Calzada de la República, Guerrero Negro, Baja California, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calzada de la Rep├║blica, Guerrero Negro, is near Santa Rosalia, Sierra de San Francisco, Isla Los Islotes, and Las Animas.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Guerrero Negro

        Creatures 7 -- Mind Officially Blown Now

        A travel blog entry by beautyland on Mar 02, 2015

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... sheep and elephants do. They are most like swallows in how they graze: sweeping across the silty ocean floor as swallows will swoop and rustle fields of grain, then return in a flypast in the opposite direction to eat all the insects they have stirred up. Likewise, the forty-ton gray whales stir up, then suck up, countless amphipods like sand fleas, tiny mysids (shrimp-like crustaceans) and tube worms. They can consume "about ...

        Guerrero Negro

        A travel blog entry by camryna on Feb 15, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... We finally found a hotel; the hotel was by far my favorite so far on our trip. After settling a little bit, we drove to a lagoon about half an hour away from Guerrero Negro. In this lagoon is where the whales go to have their babies and breed. In the Lahuna Ojo De Liebre is where the Mom teaches her babies all they need to know about ...

        Confined to Quarters

        A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 03, 2015

        4 photos

        ... Angeles will be similar to that of New York. Every passenger and crew member must be processed, irrespective of whether they intend to go ashore or not. In New York we were told it would take about three hours, but it took five. Whether it's three or five hours it's a fair chunk out of 10 hours in port. Is there a more paranoid nation than the USA? I went back to bed this afternoon for a few hours and as the day has progressed ...

        Up and Over the Valley of the Cirios

        A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Dec 02, 2013

        3 comments, 12 photos

        ... where we are asked a few questions about carrying fruit. Then they asked if I had any beer and I answered, of course, the inspectors laughed, charged me 20P and said pull forward where the underside of the X got sprayed for bugs. This is supposed to protect Baja Sur from pests found in Baja Norte. I think it's just to collect a few Pesos, they could be just spraying water. We found a Sadie friendly motel and settled in to watch The Denver ...

        Planes, tranes, & burros?

        A travel blog entry by gatogo on Jun 15, 2010

        6 comments, 85 photos

        ... We were dropped off at the office and we were given the low-down; we had to buy a permit to see the cave paintings at one location and then return to pay for a driver. Once we arrived in San Francisco (about 5 km from the cave paintings) we would pick up a local tour guide, who would show us around the area. It took a little effort to figure out the translation, but eventually we found all the offices and got ...