Hotel Punta del Diablo
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Punta del Diablo
Travel Blogs from Punta del Diablo
... and although it was a dorm room we had our own kitchen, toilet and outside area, result! We spent a huge amount of time over the next couple of days sat on the decking drinking beers and cider, watching the surfers and going for a quick dip in the sea when we got too hot, it really was just perfect.
Our time in Punta Del Diablo consisted mainly of relaxing but I managed to get a good surf session in and we did have one night out around the local ...
... time in the tent trying not to get soaked. As you can probably tell we were ready to leave and pedaled off on the LAST real leg of our bike trip, 50km to Chuy, the border town between Uruguay and Brasil. The ride was smooth, with the wind pushing us the whole way. In Chuy we are getting our visas to enter Brasil. There are lots of duty-free shops here (meaning cheap) and tons of people shopping. The Main Street of Chuy has two names, Avenida Brasil and Avenida Uruguay. ...
... so I decided I would do that. There is a nature reserve called Reserva Santa Teresa. You can get dropped off from a bus to enter the reserve and then walk through it and arrive on the beaches and then walk and walk and walk until you get back to Punta Del Diablo. So I got a bit lost trying to find the bus stop but managed just to wave the bus down. He wasn't going to stop but I smiled sweetly and he pulled up a bit further down the road. That dropped me at ...
... took the wrong turn (of course I did, I always do. I was by
myself and no one was there to tell me I'm on the wrong way.)
Anyway it turned out to be my highlight of the day.
I was a bit scared (only because it looked like a private road and
there was an abandoned scooter) I headed downhill at not too much pace.
All of a sudden on my left hand side flew about 100 green parrots over
the street in front of me. I must have ...
... high diversity of fauna and plant communities including relict vegetation, marine mammals (as fransiscana dolphins, bottlenose dolphins, sea lions) and seabirds. This area has just been included in the recently created National System of Protected Areas (SNAP) as the first Coastal-Marine Protected Area. It is a priority to increase the research in order to succeed ...