Montanero Guest House

Address: Parque Ginebra 30-B , Huaraz, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Parque Ginebra 30-B , Huaraz, is near Parque Nacional Huascaran, Archaeological Site of Chavin, Plaza de Armas, and Monumento Nacional Wilcahuain Ruin.
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  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette


  • Continental Breakfast

TripAdvisor Reviews Montanero Guest House Huaraz

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Huaraz

On Homestays, Huaraz and Happiness

A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Aug 17, 2015

12 photos

... foreigners are making go to local guides and local social-impact projects. After the climbing trip, I joined up with them to help out at one of their sites in a local indigenous community outside Huaraz. It was a wonderful few days, and my only wish is that I could have stayed longer. Traveling alone means that you are constantly meeting new people, and my group of friends changes approximately every 1-4 days. Having time with Typh and then with this group of friends ...

Alone in Huaraz

A travel blog entry by srandac2015 on Aug 17, 2015

10 comments, 4 photos

... both upset my tummy more and also in my view lead to more disorientation on my part, or I might be disoriented and dreaming!

Our guide was, not unreasonably, a little concerned by my disorientation and insisted that the next day I was back on the mule (or EM1 - Emergency Mule 1, as he was known in our little troop).

Wednesday was a more progressive walk and for me was very uncomfortable, riding a beast of any description is not ...

Day 278: Huaraz, Peru

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Apr 13, 2015

2 photos

... noticed about most of the traveling Israelis; thy all come down here with a ton of money and never experience the true culture because it's too different from their own. It's pretty sad. After lunch, I didn't some more photo updating and caught up with some family and relatives and hatted with the hostel people. I've been traveling very differently from all of them and it was a culture shock to hear all their stories. They were all really impressed and interested ...

A Female who Loves the Open Air

A travel blog entry by thegirlgoes on Apr 09, 2015

4 photos

... I quite unexpectedly found myself sitting on a bus heading North. At first, the bus followed the Peruvian coastline. There were motorcycles abandoned on the side of the road, all dark against the brightness of the ocean, a rippled mirror of light that stretched endlessly, defeating the eye and the mind. Trucks passed within inches of our bus, horns blaring merrily, a sort of trumpet call, a salutation. Eventually we began to curve inland. The Andean foothills sat in the distance. ...

A choice, to Breath or to Speak

A travel blog entry by skdude on Oct 09, 2014

Nestled at 3,300m in the valleys of the Cordillera Blanca, Huaraz stands out as a town of mountain activities, always in the shadows of the many 6,000m peaks. It was here that we found Ric************g lost friend from Chachapoyas. It took three days from jungle to mountains, with many long waits between buses. We were lucky enough to visit Trujillo again on a public holiday (almost everything was closed) and miss the last bus from the working town ...