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

Day 7 - Tour Day 3 - Nazca Lines, Sandboarding

A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Jun 16, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... Nazca cultures, which preceded the Incas by more than 500 years. After festering the remains of the dead we got back onto the dune buggies and made our way onto the one thing I think we were looking forward too... Sandboarding. We all caught took our dune buggies to the top of the sand dunes, while one dune buggy made it to the top quite easily, the one I was in had to take several attempts before it could get to the top, as we pulled up next to the other ...

Nazca Day 1

A travel blog entry by aaronhunt on Apr 26, 2015

... winery for a tour and the necessary taste testing. Half a dozen or so different varieties from the hard stuff to Pisco Sour. There was a wooden rocking horse there which I felt necessary to ride. On the road again to the sand dunes for some boarding. Awesome experience flying up and down the dunes in the buggy although I did end up with a nice range of scratches on my neck from the seatbelt. The boarding itself was good but nothing special. Would've ...

Nasca Culture Up Close

A travel blog entry by skjaer on Apr 24, 2015

2 comments, 93 photos

After our flight over the Nasca plain, we visited an ancient cemetery used by the Nasca people. In it, there were many mummies, primarily of women because - they believe - the men had more grave goods buried with them so were more of a target for tomb raiders. Note how long the women's hair is and how matted.

The Chauchilla cemetery is about 1,000 years old and was used for a few hundred years. It had over 200 graves, some ...