Provincia Hostal Valledupar

Address: Calle 16a 5-25, Valledupar, 200001, Colombia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Calle 16a 5-25, Valledupar.
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          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


          • Drycleaning onsite

          TripAdvisor Reviews Provincia Hostal Valledupar

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Valledupar

          The lost city - Ciudad Perdida

          A travel blog entry by spikidle on Jun 17, 2013

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          ... on our way at 6:30. Today we get to visit the lost city. It is only an hour walk there from our camp although the majority of it involves walking up 1,200 steps.

          The lost city is pretty impressive right up in the mountains and very much hidden away as you would expect for somewhere that was lost for about 400 or so years. There is not as much left building wise as say Machu Picchu so you do need to use your imagination a bit. Also less is known about many aspects of ...

          Vallenatos y Calor

          A travel blog entry by arango on Jan 08, 2013

          51 photos

          It was a really hot ride today as we got closer to the Caribbean coast. We stopped in a small town for a Paisa breakfast, beans, rice, steak, and eggs....and of course, tinto (coffee)!! More palm trees along the road, and now we could see the mountain ranges and border of Venezuela alongside. We had not made it fully back to Santa Marta yet, but it is starting to sink in that we actually accomplished it.....we made it ...

          Valledupar and around

          A travel blog entry by richie765 on Nov 27, 2011

          After spending the past weeks with Consuelo I wanted to see her hometown which is in the mountains near Valledupar. This is the southern part of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. First we went to Valledupar for a few days. You can see many indeginous people here. Many of the trees that grow in the city are mango trees.

          Then we went to the village and the farm of her family in the mountains. The car ride was so ...

          Enjoying Lunch With The Indiginous Arhuaco Indians

          A travel blog entry by amazingjourneys on Mar 15, 2011

          Valledupar Tue-Thu 15-17/3/11


          Provincia Hostel, Calle 16a No. 5-25, Tel: +57 (5) 580-0558, Web: . This is the only backpacker orientated place to stay in Valledupar and is centrally located, one block from the main Plaza Alfonso Lopez. I couldn't fault the owners (who spoke English) or a single member of their team; all were friendly and welcoming and very ...

          Indiana Jones style, six day, Jungle Treck

          A travel blog entry by jaspergreene on Oct 04, 2009

          1 comment

          ... 8220;Fock Tat”, Nigel was curious and I became excited when a giant spider as big as a hand was spotted on the rock by the water. Probably the biggest spider I have ever seen.
          We left the creek and it was about 3:00pm. We were only an hour into the trek and already I could not where a shirt while walking, it was too hot, and the friction of cotton against skin was uncomfortable. The trail began ascending a mountain. Now it was the guys turn to laugh. ...