Casa Nephila

Address: Carrera 32 # 41-23, Villavicencio, Colombia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Carrera 32 # 41-23, Villavicencio.
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Travel Blogs from Villavicencio

NYE in Villavicencio & Other Touristic Things

A travel blog entry by nicklarge1989 on Jan 08, 2013

1 comment, 24 photos


For NYE, Sebastian and his family offered for me to come to Villavicencio with them. Sebastian, his parents and I left for Villavicencio at 9:00 this morning. I had some eggs for breakfast before I left – because I had nothing else in the house. The fridge broke a couple of days ago and did not get replaced until January 3rd-a week .The drive to Villavicencio took about 3 hours- except it was probably only 100km (ish) in total. It was ...

El Plano de Villavicencio

A travel blog entry by arango on Jan 02, 2013

24 photos

... end, and for the first time in Colombia, not a mountain in everything from here flows into the Amazon river.

We made our way to the cute town of Restrepo where we walked around the town and enjoyed the lights of Christmas. We enjoyed a light snack and a few beers and some whisky. We made it back to the main market where the locals packed in for a dinner. We shared a steak plate and then headed back to ...

LLao llao llao, la la and Carlos! 16 hour journey.

A travel blog entry by pdh61 on Nov 07, 2012

4 photos

Up at 0430. TV still on poolside outside our door with the US election blaring, no one watching. At least the black guy who speaks well and is believable beat the cult flip flopper. All packed and wait poolside for the door to door bus to collect us. Bus to Cartagena 4 hrs trip with Marsol bus company along Caribbean coast to Cartagena. Met Henry at our old apartment to collect our big luggage bags and re pack for trip to Bogota. Local cab to Cartagena ...

To live the life of a Colombian cowboy

A travel blog entry by arboretto on Apr 20, 2011

22 photos

Villavicencio is the cattle capital of Colombia. When you are eating a steak in Bogota, Cartagena, Medellin or Cali, it's quite sure you are eating beef of the Llanos Orientales.
During the public holidays of Colombia Bogota empties, roads going up to Bogota are closed and the inhabitants of the capital go in huge quantities to the hot climate of the Llanos, 3 to 4 lanes wide (which can be quite adventurous!). If you plan to go to Villavicencio at a 'puente' be sure you ...


A travel blog entry by bugs1983 on Sep 21, 2008

3 comments, 2 photos

... its not so well known and why its not so touristy. Firstly it pretty hard to get too and its not advertised at all. OK too get too it , we would have to get a bus for 4hours and a boat for a further 4hours but the problem was they don't like Gringo,s . We would be traveling through dangerous parts of the Amazon so we were advised strongly not to go which of course we did not, As its way too dangerous , as in bye bye Brian dangerous . So that was not the best news ...