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Thumbs up Ecuador, Salango near Puerto Lopez

A graet place for camping, cabanas also available. It`s run by Swiss guy. Very safe and quiet.
Islamar Hosteria, 2km south from Salango there is a roadsign on the right, can`t miss it.
Amazing view as the camp is placed on the top of the hill, oposit Isla Salango, you can get to the beach from the camp. And June - September a wale watching for free, there is a view point.
Also free internet. You can bargain the price.
Forgot to add, there is a door bell on the gate, hold it for at least 30 seconds, it is very slow. You will heat a sound.
More info on Hosteria Islamar - Hostel and Hotel in Salango - Puerto Lopez - Ecuador

The best campsite we`ve ever been.

alicja and stefan
www.2wheels2people.pl

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Thanks, I'll be there within the week.

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