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Puerto Limon Hostel

Nice hostel with motorcycle parking - they have space inside the hostel for a few motorcycles. Dormrooms are 11 USD incl. Breakfast. The area is nice and quiet, a lot of bars and restaurants around, a great market is close by.
The rooms are basic but with aircondition.
You are close to the highway if you need to drive to the airport to ship your bike.
It's a really good option, especially if you need a parking spot.

La Constitution YPF

We camped here with our tent on our way to Buenos Aires. There is a nice grassy area after the gas station. It was our first time in 14 month that we camped at a gas station and we feld totally safe. It was more quiet than we expected. You just hear the traffic on the highway but not too much because the trucks park between the highway and the camping area. There are no other noises than the traffic.
We bought a salami and olives in the comedor for dinner and crossaints for breakfast :)
The wifi reached our tent and we stayed not close to the comedor. We can recommend it - and it's for free.

Nass Bed & Breakfast

The best and probably cheapest way to stay in Cuenca. Nice rooms, incl. breakfast, hot shower, gated parking, wifi and kitchen. Supermaxi is close by (just two blocks away) also the center and a nice Park. Everything is in walking distance. The neighborhood is safe and quiet. We had a room with two double beds and payed 15$ per room (3 people stayed in the room, so 5$ each) - we booked on booking.com. They have different rooms for 2, 4 or 5 people.
The best way to book is directly on [email protected] or +593998656897 or www.booking.com

Casa KoKopelli

Very nice place, highly recommend to stay here and relax a few days.
We camped there in our tent and were allowed to pitch it on the terrace because there were no other guests at the moment. There are also two grassy spots for tents. The property, the communal areas and also the rooms are just amazing. We fall in love with this place.
The owner wasn't there, but we concacted her on Facebook in advance and she arranged, that the Guardian was there when we arrived and showed us everything.
The view to the ocean is great, I'm sure you can see whales if you are there in the season.
It's 5$ per person just for camping inclusive bathroom and communal areas, 8$ pp with breakfast (coffee, fresh orange juice, fruits, toast, butter, jam) and 1$ pp extra for using the kitchen. The price is worth it!!!

Cafe Bernabe Gourmet

Best coffee in town. The service is perfect, the coffee is delicious and you can choose between a lot of ways how they prepare it (Clever, Dripper, V60, Aeropress, French Press). The prices are good as well (3.000 Pesos per cup). The food is incredible, we had the Filet Mignon and loved it (26.000 Pesos) also the carrot cake is so good.
It's a must visit if you aren't Salento :)

El Ocaso Coffee Farm Tours

The coffee farm is amazing. They offer English tours at 9, 11, 12, 1, 2 and 4, it costs 15.000 Pesos per person and takes around 1,5 hours. You can walk from town in around 1 hour, back we took a Jeep for 3.000 Pesos each, it's a very steep way back to town.
The tour was very good. You have to pick coffee beans and get one cup of coffee at the end. Highly recommended!

La Serrana Hostel

Very nice place to stay. We've been there 6 nights and payed 23.000 Pesos per person in a tent, including breakfast. You can choose between eggs and fruit salad, you can also upgrade your breakfast. The kitchen is well equipped and the bathrooms are amazing. You can easily walk in to town in 15 minutes or take a Jeep for 6.000 Pesos per car. We had a great time there and it's worth it to pay a little bit more.

Hostel Urbano Yoses

Very nice and clean hostel with secure parking. Space for motorcycles and about 2 cars. The kitchen is very well equiped and a supermarket is just across the street. Very quiet, super friendly staff and a lot of bars/restaurants/brewerys nearby. Payed 12 USD per Person for a dorm room but they have also privatrooms (33USD) and breakfast is included. A lot of space to hang around, also in their garden.
Highly recommended!!

Motopolis - Motorcycle Workshop

New location: 10A Ave. 14-73, Zona 10
We've been in the "old" location, they move at the 1th February 2017. The team is very helpful and friendly. We could do a lot of things by ourself and they helped us if we needed some help. We need to change our sprockets and the chain. They spoke also english, which was a plus. Payed only a little fee.
Highly recommend to go to Motopolis if you have to do something on your bike. Check out there website http://motopolis.com.gt/ or facebook.
We've been at first at the BMW Workshop and we couldn't talk to the mechanic - it was not allowed...

Casa Perico

Great hostel/hotel to stay. It's running by some swiss guys. It's in the middle of the jungle and very quiet and special. You can relax there for a few days. We payed 60Q for a dorm.
You can also do a daytrip to Livinstone for 200Q.
Showers are cold, internet is good and the stuff is very friendly - the speak spanish, english and german.
It can be reached by boat only, so they will pick you up in the village with our shuttle boat. Arrival and leaving are free of charge for our hotel guests.
Any additional roundtrip to the village to Rio Dulce: Daytime 25 Q - after 8 p.m.: 40 Q
The "SunDog" Cafe or "Bruno's" Hotel/Restaurant will call the shuttle boat for you - you can also storage the motorbike/car there.
See post at Sundogcafe.

Quetzalroo

Great small hostel with secure parking for free. Payed 80 Quetzla GTQ for one night in a dorm room with breakfast (fruits, toast and coffee). Internet was fast, showers are warm and neighborhood is very quiet and safe.

Sundog Cafe

Stored our motorcycle there for 2 nights. Payed 20 Q per night. No security but cameras. Our bike was fine.
You can also storage your bike at the Bruno's. There is a 24h security.

MAYA HILL LODGE

Monika is a great host. We stayed there 2 nights and enjoyed it. There is no sign on the street at the moment, but it will be there soon.
She is very helpful - she took us to a really good motorcyclemechanik and she took us also to a massage in Belmopan. Eva, Masseurin, sells rainforest creams which I can highly recommend.
We payed 30 BZD for a tent and 2 people per night.

Yaxche ecocamping

Great campspot. Pitched up our tent directly on the laguna. Payed 125 pesos per Person, shower was cold, no internet but toilet paper. Free shuttle into town at 9am and 2pm.

Suytun Cenotes

We paid 150 pesos for a motorcycle and a tent, it includes the cenotes. It was very quiet and a nice spot between Merida and Tulum.

Suytun Cenotes

We paid 150 pesos for a motorcycle and a tent, it includes the cenotes. Clean Restroom with Toiletpaper. It was very quiet and a nice spot between Merida and Tulum.

Suytun Cenotes

We paid 150 pesos for a motorcycle and a tent, it includes the cenotes. Clean Restroom with Toiletpaper, very fast internet and poweroutlets. It was very quiet and a nice spot between Merida and Tulum.

Parque Aventura

Great campspot on our way to Oaxaca. Paid 50 Pesos per Person with a tent. Wifi was bad, the view was good.

Pizzeria Monte Verde

Delicious Pizza like in Italy. We paid about 130 pesos for one Pizza and they are big. They also have a lot of different wines.

Maya Bell Campground

We payed 80 pesos per Person with a tent. We camped under a great palapa and the shower was hot. The wifi is bad but it's in walking distance to the Ruins. Best place to stay near the Ruins.

Maya Bell Campground

We payed 80 pesos per Person with a tent. We camped under a great palapa. The wifi is bad but it's in walking distance to the Ruins. Best place to stay near the Ruins.

Parque Aventura

Great campspot on our way to Oaxaca. Paid 50 Pesos per Person with a tent. Wifi was bad, the view was good.


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