Volcano Hotel

Address: Rafael Vieira s/n y AvMontalvo, Banos, 17-10-7077, Ecuador | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Banos

      Swinging on The Edge of The World

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 20, 2015

      ... swinging out into the abyss of the valley. Whilst the swings are slightly bigger than those in a kids park, the thrill is hardly there. It's all about the view and the photo. A nice South American lady took a lot of photos of me for me, but didn't quite have the angles to make it look very impressive. My attempts with other people are the photos that'll end up making the cut. Entrance here also cost $1 as did the bus back down so it is ...

      Swinging it in Banos

      A travel blog entry by eeyore82 on Dec 26, 2014

      9 photos

      ... that was actually much better cause you were swinging over Banos and not just a valley. So antoher 100 pictures! =)
      In the evening we went to the hot springs...four pools with hot water and full with people...way too many people....
      And after cooking ourselfs in 44 degrees warm water we went to a swiss restaurant and had a meat and a cheese fondue! And of course a bottle of wine....
      Since this ...

      20th - 23rd Ecuador Adventure Capital- Banos

      A travel blog entry by stuwelly on Nov 20, 2014

      28 photos

      ... a lot more, I always used to think that walking was just to get me somewhere, where I could climb, now its just to get me somewhere to appreciate.

      For my second day I booked onto to do a half day of canyoning, I could have gone white water rafting for the same price, but I had done that in Ecuador, and have never been canyoning, which is essentially abseiling down waterfalls, but I wanted to try something new. We were meant to be a group of three, but the other two had ...

      Our bravest adventure so far

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Aug 06, 2014

      We decided to take the travellers' bible: Lonely Planet, and use local transport rather than pay heaps for a private tour (would cost $50 each) and travel to a stunning nearby national park called Cajas. We got a taxi ourselves out on the street rather than get the hotel to book one and managed to get the driver to understand that we wanted to go the other bus terminal. We had no trouble finding the bus station for the company we were to travel with as we knew it was actually ...

      Hello Cuenca, nice to meet up for a night...

      A travel blog entry by lucywillson on Apr 13, 2014

      22 photos

      ... most of them holding palm leaves etc, and in the cloisters and around the cathedral entrance there was a big cluster of street sellers selling the same things to people going in. After reassuring the others that the cathedral was big enough for us all to go inside to see what was going on without disturbing people, we went inside. On going in we could see lots of people sitting in the nave, and that the paraphernalia around the altar had palm leaves as decoration. We walked ...