Ubatuba Aluguel de Temporada

Rua Jos de Alencar, 399 - Praia do Itagua,Ubatuba,Brazil

  • Experience World-class Service at Ubatuba Aluguel de Temporada

    Offering barbecue facilities and a garden, Ubatuba Aluguel de Temporada is situated in Ubatuba, a 10-minute walk from Ubatuba Aquarium. The Praia Grande is within 1.8 km of the holiday home. The holiday home comes with a satellite TV and a living room. The holiday home also features a fully equipped kitchen with an oven, and a bathroom with a shower. The holiday home offers a terrace. Popular points of interest near Ubatuba Aluguel de Temporada include Porto Itagua Shopping, Praia do Itagua and Tenorio Beach. The nearest airport is São José dos Campos Airport, 85 km from the property.

    Amenities

    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Saigon > Mekong delta > Da Lat > Nha Trang > Hoi An > Hu > train to H Ni - 14 days

      5.0
      Reviewed 12 May 2019

      The cycling tour from Saigon (HCM) and the Mekong Delta to Hu and (with the AC sleeper train) to H Ni was an outstanding experience. It was a real surprise and went far beyond my experienced expectations. The seamless interaction between guide and driver were an astounding feat of logistics that no traveller could hope to achieve or plan. Having such reliable, punctual and knowledgeable guide eliminates burdens from the traveller who now does not have to look for roads, signs and directions and -instead- can entirely immerse in the experience that Vietnam is: cycling in the mellow heat along orchards where all the fruits and spices of the world grow, rambutans, ridiculously large jackfruit, exotic durians, and fresh pepper and be absorbed in the Intricate networks of small paths between rice paddies as far as the eye goes, cross by ferry majestic rivers that ridicule our European large rivers, tiny, tidy hamlets where fresh sugar cane juice materialises right there and then when the craving comes, road-side lunch parlours that serve fresh local foods. very comfortable hotels to spend the night, and the discovery of many things that the traveller would not so easily visit or identify, such as Caudai temples, local markets, harvest folklores, flower greenhouses, huge coffee and mulberry plantations, cricket farms (the proteins of the future) and weasel (aka crap) coffee. Each day brought its particular vistas and interesting itineraries, inviting me to take over a thousand pictures to be able to linger a bit longer in the delights that this tour procured.

      jaapv302
    • Mekong Delta 3Day 2Nights GreaTrip

      5.0
      Reviewed 08 May 2019

      We highly recommend this three days of biking in the Mekong Delta. Loc our fantastic guide took us on so many small and fascinating paths past rice paddies, fruiting crops, villages and a multitude of waterways. All we would have imagined and wanted. We hardly rode on roads being on small paths and encountered no other tourists. Great food and coffee stops too. Loc is so knowledgeable and adjusts the distances and sights according to interest and fitness. A great guide. The bikes were very well configured and specced making for easy comfortable riding.

      antsc2017
    • 3 day/2 night cycling Mekong River Delta

      5.0
      Reviewed 19 March 2019

      We loved our trip. The tour ended up being just my husband and me with a guide - Viet- and driver. The riding was scenic and included lots of short ferry trips. Overall the riding was very enjoyable. There were a few places where the pathway was too narrow for us to ride comfortably, and Viet was good about rerouting where necessary to make the ride as pleasant as possible. Our first night at Ut Trinh homestay was wonderful--great food, and our private bathroom was outdoors, which we loved. Also we got to help cook, which was really fun. On the road, children often ran alongside us shouting hello, which we also loved. I highly recommend this trip.

      1nancyg
    • Mekong River Delta

      5.0
      Reviewed 19 March 2019

      We highly recommend this tour .We enjoyed a 4 day 3 night Mekong Delta cycling trip with a guide .Cong was great .His English was good so he could interpret for us .He cared for us and style s the trip to our level of cycling experience ..which was very little ! The bikes were really good and we got more comfortable as the days went by . The food was great .Lots of fresh local cuisine .We meandered around rice paddy fields and gorgeous waterways of the Delta ,stopping for fresh sugarcane juice and coconut water .We even stopped by a local wedding where we were welcomed by the Khmer villagers and served copious amounts of rice wine . Our driver Loc was a great driver who negotiated the traffic safely and was always there when we needed him . This is the best way to see the Mekong Delta .We felt to be a part of the peoples lives .We were escorted onto a fast boat to Phnom Penh and really were cared for .Thanks Van and Kieu

      Michelle B
    • Cycling Mekong Delta 3N/4D Ho Chi Min to Phu Quoc

      5.0
      Reviewed 15 March 2019

      This was a great trip. We had a private booking for us - Mum and Dad and our kids 20yr and 16 yrs. We cycled 3 days. Day 1 was a slow start due a mix up with hotel pick up (my fault) so we did about 30 easy km. We drove out of HCM for about 2 hours before beginning. The cycling was mostly on concrete paths beside rivers and canals with small houses backing onto it. Although outside the main city it did not feel rural as we were beside houses the whole way - but it was interesting.Lots of stops on day 1 for drinks, to sample fruits and sugar cane drinks etc. We were delivered to a better than anticipated 5 star hotel on day 1. Our guide not only cycled with us but also collected us for dinner. We were keen to eat local so he sourced the restaurants and order for us - which really added to the experience. Day 2: it became clear that Cong our guide would really taylor the mix of cycling - sight seeing- pace to whatever we wanted. On day 2 we decided to cycle 50km in the morning and finish up by lunch as the forecast was for a hot afternoon. We started the morning with sightseeing at the floating markets - really good and a visit to local textile weavers. Cycled through lots of countryside and beautiful surprises like arriving at a school just on pick up time to watch the throng of motorbike pick ups for the school children and a hundred "hellos" form the kids who rarely have westerners in that area. A really special treat was a watermelon stop at Cong's grandparents home for a break. Day 3 my daughter was sick and again the flexibility of our guide was great. He re- arranged the day to have us taken to the Crane wetlands while the boys cycled there to meet us. We still enjoyed the boat ride through the wetlands and then opted for the van transfer to the final hotel. Similar to the review below there were many outstanding factors - great organisation and communication pre trip - flexible schedule and pace and length of cycling to suit. - nice bikes - good support vehicles. - good or very decent hotels - local food with a local guide to order and help us enjoy it. - great arrangements for sightseeing -our boats were aways waiting for us, everything was paid for and great commentary as we went. What could be better The daily plan was sometimes a little hard to elicit from Cong. This might be a language barrier. It would have been good to have a rough idea like "we are starting here, taking a break here, stopping to see this and then aiming for lunch at 1pm....." Even when we asked information was a little vague - but perhaps that's because things are flexible. The cycling was good. It was just right for us and I would label this as a sight seeing experience on bikes - not hard core cycling. But that was just what we wanted. It provided a unique way to get a glimpse beyond the standard tourist areas and we liked that. However it was not very rural. I had thought it would be more out in the countryside - but really we were mostly on canal paths with rural housing beside us and orcahrds fields behind the houses. That was OK 0 but different to what I had expected. However the attractions to sightsee were more that I expected - so I guess that balances. Sight seeing included the floating markets, textile weavers, fish farms, temples, rice factory, coconut candy, Crane wetlands and Memorials. There was more time in the Van than we expected as each day we drove out of the city to start and into the city to finish. The price. Similar to the comment below - it was a little pricey for Vietnam - but in the end I have to say I was happy to pay the price as it was a very good tour in a country where a lot of tourism is still emerging. So in this aspect it was very high level of service which is not easy to get outside resorts etc in Vietnam. I would definitely recommend the tour if you are looking for something like this. I also note that Vietnam Backroads also have some great full-on cycle tours if that is what you are after too. This one worked for us. We finished the tour and took a ferry to Phu Quoc for more of a resort break to finish off our holiday. A great mix. Hope this helps.

      Aussietraveller2234

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