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Really enjoyed my stay in this friendly hostel with a backpacker ambiance and amazing views. A bit out of the way, but transportation easily arranged with the management. Meals served family style are ample and delicious. Daily activities arranged by the management. I am a...More
I arrived at Secret Garden Cotopaxi with pretty high expectations but I was absolutely blown away by how brilliant this place is. The staff were all excellent - they went above and beyond to make me feel that my trip was valued individually and were...More
This was hands down the best hostel I've ever been to. Beautiful view around the whole Cotopaxi area from the hostel. The food is really good there even for vegetarians. The place is very clean and the staff is super friendly. The activities offered are...More
My 2 night stay in the Secret Garden was the highlight if my short stay in Ecuador. The place is maintained beautifully, great views, comfy beds, fantastic food and very social. It is probably the best managed hostel ive ever stayed at. Tony (swis) manages...More
This hostel makes you speak in cliches, but there is literally no other place like The Secret Garden in ø
Cotopaxi. If you truly love life The Secret Garden in Cotopaxi is the place to be; high standard oxygen, supreme food and absolutely beautiful nature...More
In short- you can’t.
You’d have to get the transfer back to Quito and then a bus to Latacunga. You stay there for one night and leave your main bags there and in the morning get a bus to either Sigchos, where you spend the... More
In short- you can’t.
You’d have to get the transfer back to Quito and then a bus to Latacunga. You stay there for one night and leave your main bags there and in the morning get a bus to either Sigchos, where you spend the day walking to Lulu Llama, or a bus straight to Isinlivi where lulu Llama is and pick up the loop from there.