Los Pinos Lodge

Address: Parque San Martin 103, Caraz, Peru | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Parque San Martin 103, Caraz.
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      Travel Blogs from Caraz

      Santa Cruz Trek

      A travel blog entry by jo_and_chris on Sep 22, 2014

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      After a hair-raising minibus ride over Portachuelo, we met our donkeys + donkey 'driver' and headed off up the valley with our newly formed Anglo/German/Belgian amateur trekking collective. With relative ease we climbed to 3950m, and camped for the evening. An incredible night's sky was witnessed, and even more beautiful views of the surrounding glaciers during sunrise the followed the next morning. Now all that stood between us and the high point of the trip was a relatively ...

      The Santa Cruz trek to Cashapampa.

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Aug 04, 2014

      22 photos

      We started off with an early morning car ride, 5 hours up into the Andes to begin our trek. The trek would see us walk for 4 days through, up and over a section of the Andes mountain range. When we booked Vicki, Chris, Lauren and I were told we were the last people because they close the group at 12 people and they had 8 etc. that turned out to be **** as there were 14 people in the car. We were lucky to get a lovely group of boys and girls between 24 and ...

      Peru Trek

      A travel blog entry by furbymacgregor on May 09, 2014

      17 photos

      To the Andes



      The next stage of our trip found us on the afternoon coach to Huaraz, the gateway to the Peruvian Andes-the Cordillera Blanca in our case. We had great seats at the front of the bus, upstairs, as we drove endlessly through all parts of sprawling Lima. After two hours we left behind its mix of high rise modernity, run down colonial gems and huge unfinished neighbourhoods of dust and red bricks.

      The ...

      Sam

      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Feb 15, 2014

      Didn't even attempt breakfast - went straight to the bus station for a bad coffee & ate the apple & custard pie I’d bought previously.

      Yungay Express bus was slow leaving the bus station, even slower leaving Chimbote (took over an hour) and slower still en route to Caraz – the bus seems to serve as a community lifeline, delivering post, newspapers and supplies but mainly seemed to be stopping for some guy with a weak bladder – plenty ...

      Parque Nacional Huascaran

      A travel blog entry by couillard on Oct 10, 2013

      11 photos

      ... out we got in at 7:00 PM. A total of 10 hours again, exhausted, sore behinds from sitting in an old minivan, no air conditioning, not even a window to crack open. Hey it could be worse, we could be working! Lol! Too tired to continue, so off to bed I go. Hope you are all well, ...