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Calle Juan Matta 878, Nazca, Peru

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513 Total Reviews
  • 86%Value For Money
  • 80%Security
  • 86%Location
  • 84%Staff
  • 73%Atmosphere
  • 82%Cleanliness
  • 76%Facilities

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Overall, it's a great hostel to meet other backpackers and the facilities are very good. But it's also one of the most expensive hostels I've staid at in Peru. Nevertheless, the staff was great, the pool was very nice and it's always good to have a bar and restaurant at the hostel. If I go back to Huacachina I would probably stay there again.


Friendly people and really great location. They run taxis to the airport to fly over the lines aswell. The rooftop terrace as the best bit for me. I spent ages up there in the shade during the midday heat and it was lovely.


The outside looks great. The inside is dark and musty smelling. We paid extra for an ensuite but the bedroom had an odor covered up by cleaner scent and there was no direction with how to make the showers warm. The ensuite room had no windows except into a storeroom and was lit by a bare bulb. The WiFi was good and the roof top patio was really nice. The stairs to the patio are narrow and slippery, we both slipped. All in all, below par experience.

  • 6th Jan 2016
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (1 review)


The people who run the hostel were so kind in letting us stay unti 11pm the day we checked out to wait for our night bus. They let us stay and use showers and Internet. Also helped us get a taxi at the late hour!


This is a genuine little hostel. I really liked the owner and staff were more thank kind to me and it was cheap. This is not a party hostel, but is it certainly comfortable.


Good hostel, good people willing to make your stay in Nasca as good as it can be


No lockers available, location of hostel is a few blocks from the plaza de armes down quiet roads, but felt safe generally. Staff were great, they were happy for me to change my plans despite having reserved for more nights. I organised Nasca flights with them for $70 (cheapest I could find) and they were helpful, though I wouldn't recommend the Nasca flight to anyone. Wifi signal is weak in the rooms, and toilet/bathroom are not the cleanest.


Helpful, friendly, trustworthy staff. Clean, cute little hostel. Great value for money. I booked my flight over the Nazca Lines with them, they gave a great deal for the flight with one of the best companies, Aero Paracas. I booked a tour with them to the Chauchilla Cemetery as well. I recommend this hostel.


We arrived at 5:30 in the morning and were shown straight to our beds which was so nice. The staff were really friendly and happy to help. The hostel was really clean and we enjoyed the sunny roof terrace. There are lots of restaurants nearby and the bus station can be walked to in 10 minutes. The only downside is the lack of lockers but they do have luggage storage if needed. Would stay again.


Great value hostel. Comfy bed in small sized dorms and a warm shower for a great price. The receptionist, who I think was the owner, didn't speak English but after using google translate was very helpful in telling us where to go and what to do whilst in Nazca. There's a chilled rooftop seating area and the hostel itself is a 10 minute work from the bus stations and right next to the plaza. Would definitely stay here again.


Basic place but good enough for a short stay and good value for money. Staff were nice and let people hang around until their overnight buses. Location is excellent, near the main square yet quiet. Lack of kitchen is probably main downfall.


Quiet hostel not much going on. Staff were friendly, could do with a kitchen.


Very helpful and friendly staff. Comfortable accomodation. Let me leave bags and come and go all day the day I checked out. Highly recommend.

  • 10th Oct 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


There is nowhere to lock up belongings or even a safe for valuables


Cheap rooms but expensive breakfast - skip it and buy your own! Owners were nice, let us hang around til midnight waiting for our night bus. Cool little rooftop terrace thing.


Although the staff tried hard for two days, they couldn't arrange a trip to the Nazca lines, yet when I went to a travel agency, they arranged it immediately.


It is very nice places with nice and helpfull staff. The rooms, patio and bathroom are clean and look like very nice.

  • 15th Aug 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Poland
  • Mixed Group, 25-30
  • (1 review)

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