Hostal Los Salares

calle Ecuador y Paraguay N07, Tupiza, 237, Bolivia | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Los Salares Tupiza

    Reviewed by amylbarbara

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    Reviewed Oct 3, 2012
    by (16 reviews) Wellington , Canada Flag of Canada

    This place is beautiful with a view over Tupiza gorgeous sun our room was clean and lovely the water was hot and a great breakfast cooked too, but best of all was the fabulous Salt Flats tour run by this hostal our driver Alturo and cook Lucy were like a family the jeep was in good condition driving was safe and the food was excellent!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hostal Los Salares Tupiza

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Tupiza


    A travel blog entry by dan_and_lauren on Aug 22, 2013

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    22nd August

    Our taxi to the bus terminal was late picking us up from our hotel but we still made it with 15 minutes to spare. When we arrived in the terminal building we were greeted by some women with panicked looks on their faces. It turns out they had put us on a different bus that was supposed to leave half an hour earlier …

    And 8 hours later someone said "charge"

    A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Jul 14, 2014

    5 photos

    ... showed up (thanks for coming). They cleared the first block without incident, but the second one was more challenging. After a couple of hours of negotiations (or from where I was standing ****** about), the whole platoon advanced and dispersed the remaining rabble of about fifty with tear gas and batons. As we passed the police were still making arrests and chasing a few of the rebels off into the country as well as searching and evacuating houses. Welcome to ...


    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 01, 2014

    11 photos

    ... canyon of the Incas we walked into but there was not much in there only a small dirty waterfall. The it was back on the horses and out of the canyon. I decided that I needed to make friends with my horse because she was a bit testy on the way in, so I patted her head and scratched her ears for a while. She behaved a lot more cooperatively on the way back. When we arrived back to the farm the guy told me the foal was her baby and when she went back in the paddock her ...


    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on May 31, 2014

    13 photos

    ... point Vicki's horse kicked Pete's, narrowly missing Pete's leg, no more moving out of line. Just over an hour later we made it to the start of a canyon and we dismounted for a walk up to a small waterfall. At the waterfall Chris climbed up to see what was on the other side, but it was just more of the same so we headed back to the horses. The ride back was through the same valley but a slightly different route, and every now and then the guide ...

    No One Ever Wins

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on May 20, 2014


    ... washing. I waited and called again and again received no response. Thinking I'd maybe tap her on the shoulder, I pushed on the gate across the doorway which then fell off its hinges and crashed on the ground. I had her attention. "Pardon me. Do you have any gasoline for sale?" "No." "None? I was told I could buy some here." "I don't have." "I have literally no fuel. I'll have to live here." "I don't have." "Right. In that case, gimme a beer." As I sat on her doorstep drinking ...