Las Casitas Mancora

Panamerica Antigua Norte KM 1212, Mancora, 27, Peru | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Mancora

Early start in Mancora

A travel blog entry by blake.tom

... immigration process. And she was right. The crossing was speedy and efficient and at no extra cost.

I arrived in Mancora at 5.30am (I had to wait at Guayaquil bus terminal for 5 hours), got some sols out of the ATM, jumped on a tuk-tuk (they are prolific all around Peru) and without having booked anything in advance, was taken to a place called Guacamayo bed and breakfast who accept people without reservations. I was put in a 3 ...


A travel blog entry by p.albin

... to watch football and I saw Liverpool beat Manchester City at 7.30am (could we actually win it?!) which was a great start to a truly brilliant day. We had some great Peruvian cuisine for lunch and spent the day by the lagoon before setting off at 5pm for our tour. So we drove around for about an hour and a half on the dunes in our buggy and spent about half an hour sandboarding down some dunes. For anyone who hasn't heard of sandboarding it is basically snowboarding ...

Days 135 - 137: Mancora, Peru

A travel blog entry by tksa


Thursday 6th February - Day 135

We arrived at the popular tourist destination of Mancora and stepped of the bus to some of the hottest weather we've had in a while. We enjoyed our first taxi ride in a Tuc - Tuc (until the hostel owner nearly got in a punch-up with driver for over-charging us 30p!) and couldn't believe our luck when we were shown to an incredible A-frame beach hut with balcony overlooking the Pacific Ocean ...

The North of Peru, Part II

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy


... in an attempt to preserve its growing demand for oil, purchased oil rich land in the north of Peru from the then unstable Peruvian government. Alas, a conglomerate of offshore oil rigs sprung into existence as well as small villages for the families and workers maintaining the oil rigs. Lobitos, not the English name of the town but the local Peruvian name, became a major hub for workers and travelers. It took on the lavish lifestyle of western culture with the creation ...

Sickness re- rears it's ugly head

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan


... about 30 times in the space of 12 hours, and sat on the toilet at least the same number of times. I took an imodium to at least try and stop it coming out from one end, but I threw that up too. Definitely the worst day sickness wise I have had since I left ...


This villa, located on Panamerica Antigua Norte KM 1212, Mancora, is near Las Pocitas Beach, Cordillera Blanca, Main Gate, and Alpamayo.
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