Ubatuba Ecologic Hostel and Pousada is close to the northern beaches of Ubatuba (the best), public transport and the city center. It is an oasis of tranquility in Ubatuba, even in the high season. You will love it because of the environment, the external area, the beach of Perequê-Açu. Our space is good for couples, groups and solo adventures. We are a pousada that only has one double suite at the time, and one shared hostel room for travellers who want tranquility. Also see our Hostel ad.
The building is 11 meters high, with exit to the air, natural light, and several spaces to relax, rest or socialize. A large garden with lots of plants, cleaning and bar services. We aim to be as sustainable as possible, socially, culturally and environmentally.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests have access to various spaces such as garden, balconies, rooms, table games, musical instruments, library, bar, and we also have bike rentals, beach chairs and boards rentals on site, plus the presence of the Renata Pudo Space of physiotherapies and acupuncture.
Atención a los huéspedes
We are a couple that takes care of the space with our employees and we are world travelers too. We love traveling and know Ubatuba well, which makes us great local guides. One of us is a guide and professional photographer in Ubatuba.
Otros aspectos destacables
We have as a principle the strive for social, cultural, environmental sustainability.
We are open for events and courses.
The double suite is quiet and on an opposite side of the building from the Hostel room. It is the most private space of the Pousada.
We clean the whole environment with ecological products that respect human health, and are biodegradable.
We have an organic food garden.
We use and sell here ecological personal care products such as toothpastes, shampoos, repellent, sunscreen, all without petrochemicals.
Sou da natureza, da fotografia, do cinema, do surf, das florestas. Sou ecólogo e antropólogo, adoro conhecer pessoas diferentes.
I love nature, photography, cinema, surfing, the forests. I am an ecologist and anthropologist, and I love meeting different people.