Las Chullpas Eco Lodge

Address: Querocancha S/N, Urubamba, Sacred Valley, 084, Peru | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Querocancha S/N, Urubamba, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLas Chullpas Eco Lodge Urubamba

      Reviewed by my.vagabond.way

      Perfect Rustic Homely Hideaway

      Reviewed Jun 25, 2014
      by (13 reviews) Hobart , Australia Flag of Australia

      Rustic hotel lodge in a private setting at the end of a road. On the route of a hiking path to the Las Chullpas Inca ruins. Lovely adobe brick rooms with open fireplaces for heating. Pretty gardens and a fast flowing aqueduct provided a beautiful sound of running water. A lovely dining building and great food on offer. Very friendly manager and adorable pets - two dogs, a cat and an alpaca that follows you everywhere, A very restful, enjoyable stay.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Las Chullpas Eco Lodge Urubamba

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Urubamba

      The Serenity of the Sacred Valley

      A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 25, 2014

      The 'collectivo' cost me ten sole's (about $4.00) for an hour and a half journey through picturesque countryside to the town of Urubamba. It also cost me ten sole's for a ten minute taxi ride from the bus stop to my hotel - ??? Las Chullpas Eco Lodge was up a windy, rough dirt road to the base of a mountain where the lodge is situated. It is on a …

      Guinea Pigs - From Pen to Plate

      A travel blog entry by my.vagabond.way on Jun 26, 2014

      My 'Media Luna' tour was an interesting day of learning how the locals live, with a good part of the proceeds going directly to the families involved. It began at the bottom of the road to my lodge. I was met by the organiser and my translator. I had to pay for the taxi up the road to the village we were visiting – found this a bit odd. …

      Machu Picchu

      A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Jan 18, 2015

      1 comment

      ... especially considering how far from civilisation we were. On that note, the porters also did a truly incredible job throughout the trip. Not only did they get up earlier than us (that's saying something considering we were up at 5am every morning), but they carried all supplies (20kg each), slept together in the food tent and put up tents. The job they did was remarkable considering they had to put away all the equipment after we left, then carry it all ...

      Well Needed Rest

      A travel blog entry by marwilt on Jan 15, 2015

      27 photos

      As I said before, it was dark and rainy when we arrived at Aranwa. Our luggage had been delivered and we completely crashed. You can't imagine our delight when, the next morning we found ourselves in paradise. Aranwa does seem like a sacred place. The grounds are ...

      The Peech, A real world wonder

      A travel blog entry by curto on Dec 05, 2014

      32 photos

      ... generally we found it a little on the slow side, the Columbians however managed to post times that I would expect of someone going up the hill I must admit they too had to deal with Peruvian drivers. Now, I've been to a couple of countries, and some with terrible drivers (See Albania, Italy, Bulgaria, India ect) but I think Peruvians really are knocking on the door of shittiest drivers in the world, this was probably the most challenging thing on the roads all day.
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