Hostal Los Salares

Address: calle Ecuador y Paraguay N07, Tupiza, 237, Bolivia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on calle Ecuador y Paraguay N07, Tupiza.
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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

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      Travel Blogs from Tupiza

      Tupiza - the hunt for a Uyuni tour

      A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Dec 16, 2014

      7 photos

      We woke early for our next bus connection to the small town of Tupiza. Outside the hostel, we quickly hailed down a taxi and made our way to the terminal. It was easy to find a bus. The vendor told us that the bus would depart at 8am. It was the locals who got very angry with the driver when he told them that the time of departure would be 8:30am …

      Spectacular scenery and geography

      A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Aug 17, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... animal hopping to its burrow. In the afternoon we stopped high at 4,8000m at a ghost town. Formerly a town for mining it was run by the Spanish using indigenous labour in the mines in the mountains now just walls and rubble. We drove on and on past impossibly beautiful scenes and as the sun set we arrived at our first night accommodation which was dorm beds and a dining hall. We're also here with some other tour groups who we were passing along the way today. We have a ...

      Minus 9 degrees!!

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jul 07, 2014

      2 photos

      ... is a tragedy as I don't seem to be able to buy them in NZ anymore! I took my stuff to the laundry and the sock monster took one as payment :( It was terrible timing as I was having them washed so I would have 2 pairs of socks for the hike; by the time I figured out I was missing one it was too late to do anything about it and I had to make do with only one pair of hiking socks for the 5 days ...

      Tupiza

      A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on May 31, 2014

      13 photos

      ... us to see almost everything. The only thing left to do was head up the hill to the Jesus monument. It's not a hard walk but as Tupiza sits at just over 3000m above sea level we all found ourselves a little out of breath by the time we reached the top. It was quite warm at the top and Lauren was feeling the effects of the altitude so we didn't stay long. Finally it was lunch time and we found a nice place that had a menu of the day for only ...

      No One Ever Wins

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on May 20, 2014

      3 comments

      ... In places, sand had been blown over the road and had created large dunes. Much of the morning had been spent pushing and revving through the sand which, at times, buried the back wheel. The first vehicle to pass was a white utility truck. It stopped when I flagged it down and inside were three men. They had no extra fuel with them, and needed some themselves, but said I could purchase some at the next pueblo, fifteen kilometres further down the road. Twenty kilometres ...