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


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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel Nasca Trails Ii

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Nasca

Nazca and the amazing ancient geoglyphs

A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 07, 2015

21 photos

... did get going, a pod of dolphins were playing very close to shore. The annoying American man on the bus who insisted on occasionally getting angry and talking at us did eventually go away when we reached the bus station in Nazca. Also we'd booked the bus with food arrangements; the company said they didn't know we were vegetarian. Food therefore consisted of cake and dried crackers. We've had worse.

Buses in Peru ...

Machu Picchu, Salkantay Trek

A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Dec 27, 2014

... through the Salkantay Pass (4600m and snowing at the top), but after that it was downhill for the next two days. Sadly the mist and rain meant no mountain views, but the hike up was good for the lungs. Day  3 was an easy undulating  22km along the river to Playa Laguna from where we took a mini van to our campsite at Santa Teresa. The hot springs here were a welcome respite from trekking and we enjoyed ...

The Nazca Lines and the Sand Dune Shrine

A travel blog entry by s-oldfield on Aug 25, 2014

2 photos

... aircraft tilted alternately 180 degrees right then left, I was relieved we hadn't had the time for a pre-flight meal.

Back at the hostel we engaged in a flurry of communications with Nazca tour guides, facilitated by the adorable Meribel, which resulted in us convincing someone to take us up Cerro Blanco, the world’s highest sand dune, that afternoon. We were picked up 20 minutes later by the guide and his nephew, an aspiring tour guide (although ...