Los Aventureros

Address: Tercer Anillo interno No 600, entre Av.Beni y Av. Alemania, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Tercer Anillo interno No 600, entre Av.Beni y Av. Alemania, Santa Cruz.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLos Aventureros Santa Cruz

Reviewed by kenanddonna2005

Terrible pool (unusable), ok hostel, overpriced!

Reviewed Sep 22, 2012
by (5 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Terrible pool (unusable), terrible location, overpriced and don't go to the themed restaurant they recommend (they rip off gringos with small beers)!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Los Aventureros Santa Cruz

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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Santa Cruz - not quite what we expected

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jul 06, 2014

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We arrive in Santa Cruz to be surprised by the weather - having expected the warm and humid weather that the region is known for (and much of the reason we chose to travel here), we are greeted by cold and rain! Despite this, Santa Cruz turned out to be a lovely city, although without a huge amount to see or do.

Our first day in the city happens to be a Sunday, and as a result absolutely everything is closed. This forces us ...

Potosi, Sucre y Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by bignatiev on Mar 16, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... and the ride would be like. We soon realised that our delay was being caused by a stray dog running around the airfield which was being chased down by our flight attendant who eventually managed to coax the dog out of the airport boundary and back into the wilderness that was Santa Cruz. Finally we could walk across the airport to our plane, if you could call it that, the aircraft resembled little more than an inflated pringles can with wings and propellor engines. Judging by the ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2:extra) Posted wrong one

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 17, 2013

... masks when drilling, Christmas presents as a bonus and less miners have died. This year alone 8 have died, 1 last week from carbon monoxide but they think he might have been drunk so didn't realise it was toxic. The sad truth is that most miners will suffer from silicosis and don't live past 40. But we did meet the oldest miner there at 65 who's worked the mines for 35years. The youngest is known to be 14, however I didn't see any children working and wasn't sure if this was what the ...

Sunny sunny Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Nov 13, 2013

... And all the while it was getting HOTTER AND HOTTER on the bus. We were literally steaming by this point, could not wait to get there! Eventually after a 16 hour sweaty journey we arrived. Santa Cruz has a definite American feel, it almost looks just like Mexico really. It was so weird, because it really felt like we had arrived in a different country! We took a taxi to our hostel Jodanga, and when we arrived we were greeted by the unbelievably welcome ...

Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by kat_mc on Oct 18, 2013

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... it had crushed ice. Oh well, bowels survived that one I think. Anyway, needless to explain really why the idea of having lunch by just gesturing the number of the menu item from the picture board at Burger King was incredibly refreshingly easy. (At dinner I went out to a restaurant with one of the guys from the hostel where the menu was in two languages...) Btw for lunch the next day I managed too ordered using pictures and guessing the meaning of words (it did have ...