Casa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco

Address: Los Ficus 215 , Huanchaco, Peru | Hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco

Reviewed by lastresguapas

Feeling like home

Reviewed Apr 1, 2012
by (21 reviews) , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

A family run place which was well located near the beach and the restaurants was simply great!
The lady welcomed us and gave us a clean and big bedroom with hot water for the shower.
There is a kitchen to be used as well.
We'd recommend this hostel to anyone who wants to feel at home.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Hospedaje Los Ficus de Huanchaco

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Huanchaco

One whole year

A travel blog entry by alexandruth on Oct 26, 2014

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Today was our wedding anniversary. One whole year of matrimonial bliss (ahem) since our crazy wedding in Cornwall. We spent it on a bus for 13 hours and both of us were in the foulest of moods!! We got to Huanchaco tired and hungry and wolfed down a plate of pasta before falling into a dreamless sleep. We're finally on the coast and enjoying beng at sealevel. Huanchacco is a small beach town, with quaint ...

Huanchaco and the Beach

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Aug 05, 2014

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... around the corner we were dropped off at a museum which explained the traditions of the Moche people and the structure of the Luna Temple. We were surprised to read about a ritual involving deer, this is the first time we had come across any information about deer existing in Peru. The ceramics housed in the museum are in great condition but unfortunately we were not allowed to take any pictures. For Peruvian standards it was a fantastic museum and had ...

Seas, Surf and Citadels

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 26, 2014

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... Columbian city in South America and the largest adobe (mud brick) city in the world, and was built around 850 before eventually being taken by the Incas in the late 1400s.

Sadly much of the city has been lost, either due to weather or expansion of the towns of Trujillo and Huanchaco (devastating, but happens quite often due to the quantity of ruins in South America). Currently just one palace (albeit a monstrous one) has been mostly recovered and reconstructed, which is open ...

Beach time!

A travel blog entry by maracuya on Jan 12, 2014

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... of yellow brown and there are rocks all through the shallows. It was still quite early when we got to the beach so it was not busy, we scouted out a good spot between to palms on the sand to set up our slack line. We were quickly shutdown as a local business owner informed us that it was prohibited and the police would confiscate it if they caught us, we found his reasoning flimsy but we packed up anyway and went swimming. By midday we were shocked to find ...

Ecuador to Perú

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Dec 12, 2013

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... folks is the area designated as the mercado de brujos, the witch doctors’ market where one can find medicine men and anything needed for a potent brew: whale bones, snake skins, hallucinogenic cacti, piles of aromatic herbs, etc. For us, however, we were stuck in the half mile long area of the market with nothing but shoe stores side by side. Both Noa and Eli have grown out of their shoes, so we are in dire need. We were successful as Eli replaced his keens ...

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