Killawasi Lodge

Address: Calle Caravely 408 & calle Lima S/N esquina calle Islay, Yanque, 54, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Caravely 408 & calle Lima S/N esquina calle Islay, Yanque.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsKillawasi Lodge Yanque

      Reviewed by elainehayes

      Comfortable with Valley View

      Reviewed Sep 8, 2014
      by (61 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The lodge is lovely, looking out over the valley with incredibly comfortable rooms, tea anytime and a restaurant serving great food. The staff were all helpful and friendly. We didn't take up the offer of a guided walk as we preferred to relax, enjoy the hammocks and just wander round the small town. We arranged a package with Killawasi including a guided service from Arequipa and a tour in the Colca Canyon for which we had an excellent guide, then onward service to Puno. Highly recommended and do stay 2 nights if your schedule permits.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Killawasi Lodge Yanque

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

      Travel Blogs from Yanque

      Yanque ... Colca Canyon Condors

      A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Sep 08, 2014

      1 comment, 38 photos

      We left Arequipa on a sunny clear morning, and got great views of El Misti, meaning "majestic lord" and snow covered Chachani ""dressed in white".










      After stocking up with coca goodies, we were ready for our ascent of the Andes, passing Mount Ampato (where Juanita the ice maiden was found) on …

      To Colca by Volvo

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Jan 09, 2015

      4 photos

      ... 160; We made one stop at an agricultural checkpoint near the high pass where the road forks towards Chivay to allow some of the passengers to find a toilet, a nicety wasted on many of the men who headed for the nearest fence. At the official end of the stop, however, we had one guy wandering round anxiously looking for his girlfriend. She eventually turned up ten minutes later but it transpired that there were seven other young women missing. ...

      Sitting on top of the world

      A travel blog entry by coletteandkam on Dec 17, 2014

      9 photos

      ... seen on the the trip and we should definitely take it.She didn't need much persuading and we eagerly heaved our bags into the beautiful room.
      In the afternoon we walked out of the town in search of some Inca ruins. We walked up and down the hills, through vegetable fields and across bridges, taking an abundance of pictures of the spectacular views on the way. After reaching the ruins, we continued our walk in search of some hot springs ...

      3 Day Trek Down The Colca Canyon

      A travel blog entry by mscarlton on Dec 11, 2014

      4 comments, 42 photos

      ... two was action packed and started off brilliant with some amazing German style pancakes with bananas and chocolate sauce drizzled over the top. See the picture attached for the kitchen that turned out this product for 15; simple living with serious talent. With full bellies we were ready to continue deeper into the canyon. We had one ridge to climb over, then we headed into civilization. We walked through ...

      Condors and canyon trekking in southern Peru

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Nov 26, 2014

      37 photos

      ... contain our anticipation for the hot springs, we quickly changed into our swimsuits, bought two large Arequipina beers and walked down the steep path to the river. We were greeted by our fellow trekkers and jumped into the hottest of the concrete baths right next to the river, which is were we would spend the next three hours chatting, laughing and attempting to not get devoured by sandflies. The setting was idyllic, with the flowing torrents of the river rushing past ...