Hostel Nasca Trails Ii

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

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Nasca

Nazca - flying in a tiny plane

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness on May 25, 2013

9 photos

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 …

Nazca lines

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 24, 2014

27 photos

... and you think it's just going to stick nose first into the sand when it just keeps sliding and he takes off again up and down another and another dune. At one point the driver pops over one dune and tries to go over the side and down again not relies if just how big and deep the bank was and we hit the sand, a huge spray of sand flew up from under the front wheel all over Vicki and I and then nothing. We were stuck! It was hilarious watching the driver and another guy trying to ...

Days 356 - 358: Peru; Mystery and Nature

A travel blog entry by djmorton on May 02, 2014

92 photos

... long toe nails. Nail technicians, eat your heart out! A straw roof now protects them from the sun but these graves were once covered in wood, then straw and topped with sand. Imagine the poor bugger that first walked over this hidden grave and fell in. In actual fact, they were only discovered because of a once in a blue moon flood that floated them to the surface.
It is impressive that these bodies have lasted a staggering 1800 years, through the harsh elements! It ...

Down underground and up flying high...

A travel blog entry by niblet on Apr 01, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... straight and were created without the aid of any technology. The reason for these lines are also still being debated; some think they are a sort of pre-Inca agricultural calender, others speculate that it may be an extra terrestrial mapping system, similar to crop circle theories. It may have been the mystery surrounding the lines and their increasing intregue that lead us to ignore the government warnings about the recent deaths associated with the flights over the lines and ...