We loved our trip and have not stopped smiling since our return!
We enjoyed Joel's patient and quiet manner. As well, we felt Joel went out of his way to provide us with a special trip, arranging a panga to take us out to see islands we would not have otherwise seen, as well we saw a sea lion colony, dolphins circling sardines and 2 blue whales. It can't get much better than that. Having a guide to answer our questions about marine life, and point out a whale spouting on the horizon was a bonus. The portable library was appreciated. We certainly liked how we could be part of meal planning and preparation, who would have thought that we could use up a hatch full of limes. The islands in the marine park were amazing, camping by palm trees with no one else around a special experience. We appreciated Ryan and Hilary touching base with us while we were on the trip, as well as all the effort Pat put in answering all our questions about accommodations, activities and the organization of details before we departed. We felt well looked after. It is obvious all of you care about your clients and enjoy the work you are doing.
Hotels and Accommodation in Loreto
If your planning on joining us in Loreto, we recommend planning a day or two before or after your trip to explore this beautiful and historic town. Here is a list of our recommendation and a short description of each:
La Damiana Inn (www.ladamianainn.com) Recommended for the lovely atmosphere of this quaint posada in the heart of Loreto. Phone: (011) 52 613 135 0356. Debora Simmons - proprietor Web: www.ladamianainn.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Iguana Inn (www.iguanainn.com) Four spacious bungalows in the heart of Loreto. Highly recommended for its clean, quiet, and friendly atmosphere and great for paddlers.
Coco Cabañas (www.cococabanasloreto.com) Eight individual cabañas surrounding a courtyard and pool. $70 per night for double occupancy. Voted Best Accommodation in Loreto by Trip Adviser.
Las Cabanas De Loreto (www.lascabanasdeloreto.com) Four cabana studios and pool. Great location 1/2 block off malecon with great views.
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La Mision Hotel (http://lamisionloreto.com/) an elegant building with Old Mision flavors, a rooftop spa with breathtaking views, a choice a restaraunts and a bar, and a swimminh pool. It's the newest hotel in Loreto, very nice, and a good value for the amount of services.
Hotel 1697 Loreto (firstname.lastname@example.org) Featuring rooms right on Plaza Juarez heart of the Historic Center of Loreto, complemented by our 1697 Restaurant & Pub. Single Room $ 65 USD; Double Room w/kitchenette $85 USD; $10 USD extra person
Sukasa Seaside Bungalows (www.loreto.com/sukasa) Located on the oceanfront in Loreto (on the malecon). US $65/single.
Hotel Plaza Loreto (www.hotelplazaloreto.com) Located in downtown. US$51 single / $62 double / $73 triple. Downtown. FAX: 011-52-613-135-0855.
El Tiburon Casita (http://www.eltiburoncasitas.com) There are 4 separate casitas (small fully furnished houses, full kitchen) plus an apartment, around a central courtyard and Palapa, BBQ area and pool. $85 USD/night plus tax
Riviera Del Mar RV Park & Campground (view website) Just 2 blocks from the beach, 5 blocks to the historical center of town, restaurant, showers with hot water, clean washrooms, laundry service, rest area with BBQ facilities, Internet and fax services available.
Loreto Shores RV Park (view website) is a nice place to camp (about US$8 per night) - on the sea, hot showers. ph (613) 135-0629
www.loreto.com for info on other accommodations in Loreto
Plus check out Trip Advisor's Loreto accommodation page featuring 21 Hotels in the area, complete with reviews and photos.
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