Eco Lodge

Panamericana Norte Km 1215, Mancora, 0073, Peru | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Mancora

Mancora gets Loki

A travel blog entry by blake.tom

... about three foot wide) with about thirty foot between them and a judge sitting at the edge of centre. The aim of the game is to hit the opponents bottle down, which is placed in the centre of the goal, with a football of some sort. If the bottle is knocked over, the opponents have to drink one of their cans. If it touches an opponents body they have to drink a few fingers of their beer. ...

Party, party and more parties

A travel blog entry by ashhigh


We arrived bleary eyed at 5am, extremely tired, in Mancora, the surf capital of Peru, at our hostel Kokopelli (same hostel we stayed in Cusco) which was supposed to be a happy medium between a chilled and party hostel. With our room occupied until 2pm we had no option than to chill in the lounge area until it got light. However, there was the excitement of Norwich v Liverpool to keep Ash occupied, even though it was a 6am kick off here!! With ...


A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... the hammock, but just to spend some time at the beach which is definitely better than the one in Huanchaco, but still quite far from deserving the adjective "heavenly". It's clean, all in all not too crowded and the color of the water is almost inviting. Nina surfed here too, as this should be the best place for this sport in Peru; but during the three days we spent there the sea was almost flat, with the exception of a small patch of water on a rocky bottom; and being the ...

Finally a sandy beach

A travel blog entry by maracuya


Known as one of Peru's most beautiful beaches, Mancora is a small surfing/tourist town on the northern tip of the country just a few hours from the Ecuadorian border. Lining the beach are many restaurants, bars and huge backpacker hostel chains with various other budget accommodations dotted along the foreshore if you know where to look. When we arrived at 5:30am we headed straight to Sol y Mar, a worn down hostel well past ...

The North of Peru, Part II

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy


... hippie surfer oasis. Locals of Lobitos cherish the town and their pride. The long tattered history of Lobitos has given way to stern attitude, it can even been seen in the line up in the waves. People who live here love what they have, and wish more to come. Hard to get when most the land is owned by the government, the military, and the Peruvian oil companies. Many of the homes purchased in the area have been purchased illegally, no deeds or legal records exist. ...

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This lodge, located on Panamericana Norte Km 1215, Mancora, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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