Stuff you might want to know



What should I bring?    

A sense of adventure and a sense of humor are great starts!  We also recommend aqua socks,
sun screen and hats. Repellent with DEET (June-Oct).  We have small ice chests as well as blow
dryers and irons if needed.


How do we find you?    

We are located in town about 1 mile north of the airport.  From the airport you can either take a
transportation van (about $
8 usd per person) or rent a car.   The vans know the way. If you are
driving, head into town.  Continue down to the water, turn left, go 2 blocks to Calle Juarez, turn
left, we are one block up on the right hand side.



Can I get laundry done?    

Absolutely! Just not by us. But there is a great fluff and fold 2 block away for 80 pesos per load
(mas o menos).



Paying for Stuff:     

Credit cards are accepted on a very limited basis throughout town. We also recommend paying in
pesos for a better value.  There are
four locations in town with ATM's . The ATM's give the best
exchange rate and yes, they dispense PESOS, not dollars, yen or euros.



Car rentals:      

Hertz, Budget, Alamo, and Europcar have offices in town and at the airport.  We
HIGHLY
RECOMMEND
purchasing the maximum insurance available.  It is pricey, but priceless in the event
of an "incident."



Parking it:

We provide gated on-site parking and lots of comfortable chairs.  On-site parking is reserved for
guests driving their personally owned vehicles.  There is plenty of parking on the street in front of
the Iguana Inn for our guests driving rental cars.



Cooking:      

If you insist (after all you are on vacation), we have
refrigerators, microwaves, toasters and coffee
maker
s in each bungalow.  We also provide all the cooking utensils.



Can I drink the water?      

Our water is potable.  However, we supply purified drinking water to our guests which tastes
better and is safer to drink.


Maid Service:      

Maid service is offered on an as needed basis.




Medical Stuff:      Minor things we can usually handle with aspirin, band aids, iodine and/or tequila
as needed.  There is also a very efficient clinic in town and a doctor who makes  "Inn" calls.
Iguana
Inn
Loreto, Baja California Sur