Hostel Nasca Trails Ii

Address: Fermin del Castillo n. 637, Nasca, 56, Peru | Hostel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Nasca Trails Ii

Reviewed by monkeybusiness

5 star accomodation, lovely family

Reviewed May 25, 2013
by (5 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

This hostel is one of the best hostels that we have stayed in so far. Juan the owner is so lovely and met us from the bus station. He has a lot of local knowledge and helped us to make the most of our stay here. We organised our flight over the Nazca lines here which was excellent and hassle free. The hostel is undergoing a little development at the moment but we barely noticed it and Juan told us about it as soon as we arrived. There is a lovely garden area to chill out in. It will look great when it is fully finished. Breakfast was also tasty.

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Reviewed by c044646

Great place to stay

Reviewed Apr 1, 2011
by (7 reviews) Gifu , Japan Flag of Japan

二重のドアでセキュリティも万全。シャワーもすぐにお湯が出るし、部屋もとてもきれい。中庭のハンモック(マンゴーの木の下!)が最高です。

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Nasca Trails Ii

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Nasca

Nazca - flying in a tiny plane

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on May 25, 2013

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Today we got up super early, not only to wish steph's big sister a happy birthday but also to take a flight from the smallest aircraft we have ever been in, in order to view the mystery that is the Nazca lines.

The plane only had 6 seats (2 for the captains and 4 for passengers) but it felt remarkably safe. We soared over the desert …

Flight over the Nazca lines

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Oct 05, 2014

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... get weighed, and then pay 25 soles ($8) for the airport tax. We then all sat in a waiting area and saw a documentary program in english about the lines. It was really interesting because I didn’t know too much about how they made them and why, but it was all discussed on the video before I got to see them.


I got called to go out with four french people (different from those on my van) and the five ...

The Perils Of Doing Lines In Peru.

A travel blog entry by geekabroad on Sep 26, 2014

... hereby dubbed ‘The Jackal’) and went seeking a more legitimate flight vendor.

As it was, all Nazca flights had been delayed that morning due to unsafe conditions, so there was no one who could get us in the air before 11.30am. Ben and I decided to cut our losses and leave. On the way out, The Jackal blocked our exit and told us he could get us on one of his planes… NOW. He was pitching hard and I had to admire his tenacity. Before we really knew what ...

Journey to Nasca

A travel blog entry by canalannie on Sep 13, 2014

3 comments

... was in the town centre, it was a small pretty hotel, lovely gardens and even a swimming pool, the rooms were basic but clean and suited us fine. After a quick break to freshen our selves up Lobo, our guide took us on a walking tour of the town. Nasca is a small town, around 600000 people live in the area; the town now relies on tourism for part of its income so the town has many restaurants and bars which invite the weary tourist to take part on the local fire water "Pisco ...