Hotel Las Casaurinas

Calle Sucre s/n, Nasca, Peru | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Nasca

Stepping Back Into History

A travel blog entry by kelliacurtis


... to God about the journey thus far and all that is still ahead. It was sweet time with my Savior. I then romped around town, checking out shops and the local sites. I sat and talked with the group and heard their opinions on the trip so far. It didn’t align with mine, but their opinions helped to put this trip into perspective for me.

The evening brought a unique dining experience. Some type of ...

Where's the whale?

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin


... and turning, we returned to the airfield, and very readily exited the plane.

We returned to the hostel with an Italian couple who had also been on the flight, and who were also looking a little worse for wear. We were greeted by Angela, who immediately offered us a late breakfast. Mr H and I had recovered enough to munch our way through the yummy food, but the Italian couple turned green at the thought, and retired to their room.

After our ...

On the road again

A travel blog entry by rohanfariss

Yesterday I booked a bus to Nazca. Aiko, my new german friend highly recommended seeing the lines. It wasn't in my itinerary but I could definitely fit it in. As I checked out of the hostel the receptionist gave me some tips about the taxi ride to the bus depot. No more than 15 soles. No more than 15 minutes. I went to the toilet before leaving. As I exited another man was standing by. He was going to the ...

Days 356 - 358: Peru; Mystery and Nature

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... long toe nails. Nail technicians, eat your heart out! A straw roof now protects them from the sun but these graves were once covered in wood, then straw and topped with sand. Imagine the poor bugger that first walked over this hidden grave and fell in. In actual fact, they were only discovered because of a once in a blue moon flood that floated them to the surface.
It is impressive that these bodies have lasted a staggering 1800 years, through the harsh elements! It ...

Nasca lines

A travel blog entry by kech-williams


Woke up this morning and did a. Flight over the nazca lines, is honestly one of the best things I have done in my entire life, we arrive at the airport and have to get weighed before we board onto this crazy little plane where they have to position the weight ( I.e. The hefalumps) This rather large American lady got onto the plane first then next they called Emma who didn't look to impressed, next ...


This hotel, located on Calle Sucre s/n, Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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