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Katherine and Tarquin, the owners/creators of The Secret Garden Quito, have moved to the countryside where they have been building their dream home and hostel. It's spectacular mountain scenery, it's a beautiful traditional lodge made of mud bricks and thatched roof, it's an...
Everything went really smooth, check-in, stay, checkout, transfer to secret Garden Cotopaxi.
We traveled with a 2 year old so we appreciated the service and the simplicity. They even gave us another room because the first one was too noisy.
Fantastic relaxed friendly hostel
All volunteers extremely helpful
Beautiful setting-surrounded by stunning mountains with fabulous dark skies at night for star gazers
Our hired guide who took us up Cotopaxi was equally friendly and helpful
Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend to all travellers be it with...More
We stayed st the secret garden for 3 nights. It couldn’t have been better.
We loved our hobbit hole and our tours. The setting is amazing and all the details are incredibly well thought through. The gardens are beautiful and colorful and the llamas and...More
What a great place! Super location, amazing people and very nice activities. Also, everything is well maintained and clean. The staff is doing a great job. The only negative point is that we had to leave.
This place was amazing! We stayed for two nights/three days with the package deal in the most beautiful hobbit homes. It was so cosy and warm with an incredible view! We got to take part in a whole bunch of hikes and utilise the hot...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.