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If you're in the Quito area, make the journey to Secret Garden Cotopaxi a must. Staff are awesome and love what they do - always able to help and ensure your stay at SGC is one to remember. Each day there's local organised hikes of...More
Views of Cotopaxi!!, Beautiful setting, Nice landscape, flowers, llamas.
Hobbit Hole room was very cute, comfty bed w warm down blanket and fleece sheets, electric portable heater, lots shelves and hooks.
Communal areas were nice and cozy with fire in fireplaces, cute dogs hanging...More
I can't seem to leave this hostel- every time I come back through Quito I'm so excited to stay here again, always extending my stay beyond my plan. All the volunteers and kitchen/cleaning staff are incredible, so helpful and friendly. I've made a new family...More
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
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.