No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Conquistador
TripAdvisor Reviews Conquistador Arequipa
Travel Blogs from Arequipa
... it to our destination, as oasis of palms trees and greenery amongst the cactus and dust. After a quick swim in the pool we were invited to play football against the local guides. The pitch was much better than we imagined, covered in lush grass with solid posts and both ends. Goats watched on as Gringos Utd claimed a extra time winner over the locals. Collie scores a screamer to win the game ...
... laid out on tables with ammunition, not secured at all. Rhianwyn slightly bored kept wandering until she found fossils to look at causing John to comment that she is only interested in dead things. We later visited another museum with another mummy to cheer her up before rewarding ourselves for all our cultural musings with a large slice of chocolate cake. It's a 10 hour overnight bus trip to Cusco now and this time we have booked direct with the top bus company, Cruz del ...
... ask them words in Spanish and vice versa. We ended off the week with taking the kids to Dinosaur Park with all the volunteers. The trip was covered by two Dutch volunteers who fundraised at home. The younger kids almost seemed overwhelmed as we first stepped into the huge park filled with giant dinosaurs and playgrounds. Within 20 minutes or so they were all loving it. Even though we were only at the park for 3 hours every child was asleep on the 20 minute cab ride ...
... at times been the world’s largest nunnery with over one thousand residents who lived in a cloistered state with little contact with city around them. The convent was founded by a wealthy widow and built around 1579.
A thorough visit to Santa Catalina takes a good part of an afternoon to see all the chapels, living quarters, kitchens, devotional areas, ...
... as the Incas did - by slow buring. It was a pretty famous restaurant and had been on BBC world and national geographic so it was quite an experience. I also learnt that chicha – an alcoholic drink made of corn tastes horrific. I also visited an got a guided tour of the Museo Santuarios Andinos which housed the Ice Princess – a young girlscarificed on the mountaintop over 500 years ago and pretty perfectly ...