ajj28 From spending nearly two months travelling around South America, I can honestly say that Casa Beula has been my favourite hostel I have stayed in. The mum and son who run this hostel are one of the friendliest people you could meet. They are both very welcoming and do their very best to make you feel like home. The hostel is very clean and safe, and is only a 7 minute walk to the town and beach. I can definitely recommend this hostel to anyone who wishes to visit Taganga for a few days.
Calle 8a A1-43Great 81%
sebbie47 One of the cheapest hostel in Taganga, cool ambiance, kitchen, internet, facilities, camping... except that the staff will ask you 1000 COP / day / luggage... and sends a totally unfriendly guy from an agency as soon as you arrive, that always wants to sell its trips to "ciudad perdida". This man won't even let you go to the toilets, very bad feeling with this man ! On the other part, we found in this hostel an alternative guide, which has excellent tours, and is very fun (ask for KAI) !!
Carrera 4, Calle 17-21Very Good 77%
luciac27 I spent a nice week at Mojito Hostel. People are kind, the place is comfortable and quite quiet. I just found some problems at breakfast time. It is served in theory between 8 and 10 am, but it was never ready at 8. This service was slow, so if you plant to leave the hostel around 8-9 am, it is advisable not to wait for breakfast, or to prepare it by yourself.
Carrera 4 # 17b-57 (Campo de Futbol)0%
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