This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Insinlivi.
Insinlivi, Ecuador, is a small town that on the Quilotoa loop, where most people stop off for their first night on the three-day trail that many take. The hostels in Insinlivi, Ecuador, are all close together and offer a package deal for accommodation and food, as there are no restaurants about the town to cater for the people that come. Usually it involves a dinner the night you arrive and breakfast the following morning, but many of them do also have lunch options for both eating in and taking on the road with you if you are moving on to the next town the following day. Some Insinlivi, Ecuador hostels also have beer and wine to help you relax, so take some extra cash with you on the loop.
Given how popular the route is becoming in Ecuador right now, it is recommended that you book your Insinlivi, Ecuador hostel in advance, so that you don't wind up missing out, as some of the hostels in Insinlivi, Ecuador, are quite luxurious and popular.
The town itself is beautiful and has stunning scenery. Some opt to spend an additional day here hanging out and exploring the region. They offer traditional farm and community tours where you can learn about local farming, and they can even have lessons on how to milk a cow. There is also horse riding on offer and also a cheese factory tour. There are also other artisanal workshops, as well as some small craft shops that you can visit when they open for a few hours late in the afternoons.
If hanging about for an extra day and doing some of these things interests you, let your Insinlivi, Ecuador hostel know, and they should be able to organise these things for you and give you some more information. Otherwise, it's a great night's stay on the loop in a quaint little town.
Written by local enthusiast for Insinlivi hostelsGlobetrotter