Hostal Don Agucho

Address: Av. Los Paredones con Av. San Carlos No. 100, Nasca, Ica 01, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Av. Los Paredones con Av. San Carlos No. 100, Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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      Travel Blogs from Nasca

      Sand Dunes and Mystery Lines

      A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Nov 05, 2014

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      ... book flights through them. We went straight to the airport however where the actually flight companies were and after going around the different desks we got a flight for $60 each and we only had to wait 15 minutes to board the plane. It was the smallest plane we have been in, seating 12 people, all with window seats, and we had heard it could be quite bumpy so had taken travel sickness pills earlier (much to our relief once the plane got going). ...

      Doing the lines

      A travel blog entry by klartman on Oct 31, 2014

      11 photos

      ... advice of my hostel, the next morning I was picked up in a mini bus and driven 15 minutes to Nasca airport. The sole reason for it's existence is to serve the numerous tourist flights over the lines. People had told me bad stories about their safety record. There are lots of competing airlines so this has pushed prices down. $80 for a 30 minute flight (less than 50 in today's money). Inevitably cost cutting occurred in terms of safety ...

      Flight over the Nazca lines

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Oct 05, 2014

      12 photos

      ... That didn’t last long after I told him he had to stay on his side. Why would someone think that’s an acceptable thing to do??


      The lines were not as prominent as I expected them to be, and it made me really happy that I took the small plane that flies at a lower altitude. If we’d gone any higher it would have been really tough to see the lines at all. We saw about a dozen of the ...

      The Perils Of Doing Lines In Peru.

      A travel blog entry by geekabroad on Sep 26, 2014

      ... the next hour.

      A man wearing a hi-vis vest directed us into a car park. He introduced himself as Carlos and escorted us into the airport. I had assumed Carlos was airport staff but it turned out that he was actually one of the Nazca flight vendors. And a shonky one at that. The brochure he gave us – with pictures of luxurious plane interiors and bit-too-happy supermodel passengers – didn’t even belong to his “company”. We slowly backed away ...

      Day 21 Nazca

      A travel blog entry by fish54 on Sep 17, 2014

      ... in the waters around the islands. The boat was good and Alan's tablets worked though he felt drowsy and had a numb mouth. Very cold on boat. Bus to Huacachina oasis. Surrounded by high sand dunes. Others went for ride on dune buggy and sand boarding down the dunes. We sat in shade and had lunch. Caught mini bus to Nazca. Stopped at tower outside of town to view some of the Nazca Lines. Dinner at hostel, because out of ...