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1. Posted by kscotland (Budding Member 2 posts) 11y

Hi looking for some cool hostels or cheap pousadas on Morro De Sao Paulo on the second beach. Up to three people, maybe a chalet or something cool. Any help would be great!

2. Posted by urbancow (Full Member 47 posts) 11y

Just walk on the beach from place to place until you find one you like--that's what i did. There is an expensive place right where the boat docks that i think is mentioned in lonely planet--probably why it is expensive--but i would suggest finding some beach front place that will be cheaper.

I dont remember seeing any hostels. I stayed at a posada owned by this nice couple who cooked shrimp for us--but i cant remember the name. have fun.

3. Posted by pfb04 (Budding Member 8 posts) 11y

Hi,
I´ve been there few times, but Ive never seen any hotel, only pousadas. But the thing is : try to find pousadas after the 3rd beach , because the 1st and the 2nd beaches are next to the village. So the closer the pousadas are to the village, more expensive they are.
It´s easier to save money if you try to find the pousada when you get there in Morro de São Paulo, Ok?

4. Posted by pfb04 (Budding Member 8 posts) 11y

Hi,
I´ve been there few times, but Ive never seen any hotel, only pousadas. But the thing is : try to find pousadas after the 3rd beach , because the 1st and the 2nd beaches are next to the village. So the closer the pousadas are to the village, more expensive they are.
It´s easier to save money if you try to find the pousada when you get there in Morro de São Paulo, Ok?

Patricia
www.discoverbrazil.com

5. Posted by pfb04 (Budding Member 8 posts) 11y

Hi,
I´ve been there few times, but Ive never seen any hotel, only pousadas. But the thing is : try to find pousadas after the 3rd beach , because the 1st and the 2nd beaches are next to the village. So the closer the pousadas are to the village, more expensive they are.
It´s easier to save money if you try to find the pousada when you get there in Morro de São Paulo, Ok?

Patricia
www.discoverbrazil.com