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First of all thank you Tyler for this amazing stay! We had the most fabulous time at the humpback turtle, the staff was really caring and nice, always ready to give a hand and chat for a while. Warm smiles and a fair bunch of...More
My problems with this hostel: the owner, Taylor the lack of comfort and the uncleanliness.
I travel with my own hammock and saw that there was an empty space next to all the other hammocks. So I kindly asked the owner, Taylor, if I could...More
I stayed 2 nights in the Humbpack Turtle hostel and it was enough.
Since the beggining I was pretty much ignored but the owner let me put my tent outside to pay a lower price, so it was OK for me. He warned me about...More
just came back from staying at the hostel. Although the place is absolutely beautiful (Bahía Solano) and I highly recommend travelling there, I didn't have a good experience at the hostel. Beds are alright and the food is good and the ladies that cook are...More
The staff is okay and we had an alright time. Did a couple of tours from that spot. It's a nice place to spend a night or maybe 2 but I would recommend going to Bahia Solano or Punta Huina because you are a bit...More
US$12 - US$146 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Monkeys and sloths can be seen in the Jungles here, on a 3-4 hour trek from the hostel. It is certainly possible to do a night hike into the jungle to see insects and reptiles!!! Asid from that, we are in one... More
Monkeys and sloths can be seen in the Jungles here, on a 3-4 hour trek from the hostel. It is certainly possible to do a night hike into the jungle to see insects and reptiles!!! Asid from that, we are in one of the worlds richest regions for bird life, and the marine life is epic as well!
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"Rent a surfboard and/or get surf lesson and go to the Tigre waterfall for a daytrip"