Hotel Colomba

Address: Jiron Francisco de Zela 210, Huaraz, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Jiron Francisco de Zela 210, Huaraz, is near Parque Nacional Huascaran, Archaeological Site of Chavin, Plaza de Armas, and Monumento Nacional Wilcahuain Ruin.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Colomba Huaraz

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Huaraz

    The meaning of 42....

    A travel blog entry by srandac2015 on Aug 09, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... the roads were blocked due to traffic jams. Next time I awoke the bus was speeding along following two other coaches and constantly winding and climbing in elevation. I couldn't see anything till 0600 but I constantly felt the bus go over speed bumps. When it was light outside I noticed rolling brown hills filled with pockets of large gumtrees, so strange to see outside of Australia, and perivan women on the roadside wearing the traditional colourful dress and ...

    Trekking the Cordilleras Blancas

    A travel blog entry by davidschntorbs on Jul 21, 2015

    23 photos

    ... somehow felt like the fellowship of the Ring (Lord of the Rings) and were looking out for Orks that would run down the mountainsides every moment. That actually did not happen, but we soon arrived at a dry area that was also called the cemetary of donkeys because of the bones of donkeys lying around. A bit further ahead we came to a paradisiac river...which we could not really enjoy as Torben was attacked by millions of mosquitos (instead of the Orks). After a very dusty and ...

    The Switzerland of the South

    A travel blog entry by amcbharvey on Apr 07, 2015

    21 photos

    ... land, producing fresh fruits, corn, flowers, and allowing their pigs, donkeys, and cows to roam amungst the crop lines.

    After 24 hours of acclimation, we set out on an adventure into the Parque National Huascaran under the leadership of a local mountaineering guide, Mitchell. Dressed in Lululemon and baseball caps, we were a far cry from Mitchell's typical clients that travel to region to ice climb a glacier or trek for five days. ...

    Pastoruri Glacier tour

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Sep 29, 2014

    7 photos

    ... walk, and it was a very simple walk. There was a paved path even, so it shouldn’t have been difficult, but we were at about 5,000 meters (15,000ft), so that made it a lot harder. We took a couple of breaks on the way up to catch our breath, and near the top I started to feel the effects in my head. I was feeling light-headed, and a little dizzy, and this is the first time the altitude has ever affected me like that. ...

    The time I trekked. Huaraz Peru. Beautiful

    A travel blog entry by cracka on Sep 06, 2014

    62 photos

    ... you're in your own crazy reality and unaware of it. It's better to be aware that you're a fool... Everyone has headlights, they cut their fruit with Swiss Army knives, they have special hiking pants and I'm just here like 'derp'. Their qualifications range from telecommunications engineer, optical engineer, seven years studying to be a doctor, seven years studying psychology and law, accountants... A smart bunch. And lovely. The third day was the hardest. After ...