Hotel Coxixo

Address: R. do Comercio, 362, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on R. do Comercio, 362, Paraty.
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  • Swimming pool


  • Free parking

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Coxixo Paraty

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Paraty

Paraty, Brazil - July 3 to 6

A travel blog entry by drendell on Jul 03, 2015

2 comments, 55 photos

... bed and breakfast - was run by two brothers from Holland and they couldn't have made me more welcome. They also helped me book things and confirm my next accommodation which was so helpful given I was arriving at 2am. Plus they were just great company. We had some great chats over breakfast and walking through their awesome garden that even has monkeys!!

When I arrived I was still struggling with jetlag so I crashed pretty early which ...

Paraty and the Costa Verde. Days 8 - 11

A travel blog entry by kate.alexandra on Mar 13, 2015

14 photos

... vibrant green of the land was truly spectacular. Not bad for a transfer, in fact it felt more like a day tour! After dropping off all the other passengers staying in Paraty old town, the driver saved his best manoeuvres just for us! A stand off with a truck on the harbour side road meant a 10 point turn, with the back of the van hanging over the harbour edge and Kate finding it hard not to shout at the crazy driver. The rest of the ride felt like a rollercoaster as he ...

The salty pressure of coastal waters

A travel blog entry by marrre on Dec 30, 2014

3 photos

... one; We had to be at a certain place in town at 9, and I needed to wake Zeb up at 8:30. Eventually we got in the taxi and headed off for the dive shop. Despite my three hour walking, phoning, checking and doublechecking the day before, our booking apperently had fell through. No matter, there were still places left, and off to the marina we went. All other diver's were Brazilians, and so Zeb and I got our own English-speaking dive guide. Betty from Argentina ...

Back on the move

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 19, 2014

An early rise for breakfast and we jumped in a mini bus to Ill Grande around half ten. I tried getting some sleep but wasn't particularly successful. 45minutes on a boat and we got to the hostel by half three.

Ill Grande is Brazil's third biggest island. Not big enough to have an ATM though. I've made quite a big deal about this. There is only one town, which has a quaint colonial feel. All cobblsetone, with colourful low buildings. ...

Kayaking through jungle mangroves

A travel blog entry by ppgontour on Apr 24, 2014

13 photos

... and help stop costal erosion. As the tide was high the yellow and red crabs native to the area move up the branches to avoid the high tide. We saw one going along a branch just over our heads! Half way through the tour we stopped on a secluded beach on a small island. It was really beautiful and looked just like paradise. We swam in the sea and had some snacks including some of the tastiest bananas we have ever eaten and chocolate biscuits. The rain held off, and the sun even ...