Group Booking Terms and Conditions

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General Group Booking Terms

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  • In order to make a group reservation on it is necessary to pay a deposit. The balance is due directly to the hostel according to their payment conditions.
  • The booking deposit is non-refundable.
  • Please note that any cancellations must be notified directly to the hostel at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled arrival date, unless otherwise stated in the hostel's conditions.
  • are not responsible for changes or amendments to your reservation once it has been processed. All correspondence with regard to changes to your booking need to be dealt with directly with the hostel.
  • Cancellations for reservations must be made directly with the hostel and must conform with the individual hostels cancellation policy (see below)
  • It is your responsibility to pay the balance of your accommodation cost to the hostel in accordance with their payment conditions (see below). Failure to do so may result in your reservation being cancelled by the hostel.
  • Individual hostels may have special booking conditions relating to group stays, please read the hostel booking conditions carefully before making your reservation.

Hostel Specific Terms & Conditions

The remainder of the amount due will be charged to your credit card on arrival. Should numbers or room selection change, the per person deposit times the number of people who actually travelled will be deducted from the total accommodation charge levvied by the hostel.

Cancellation / No Show & Reduction in Numbers Policy

Cancellation possible 24hr before the day of the reservation

Any cancellations resulting from agreement to these terms and conditions under false pretences will result in loss of deposit.

Book more than 7 days in advance for Free Cancellation.
  • Nice Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
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Property Description

The most complete place to know Nazca and its millenary culture.

Nanasqa Hostel is the ideal place to rest in the desert, make friends and learn more about this enigmatic civilization.

Get your reservation with us to fly over the Nazca lines. Join us in the tours to the pyramids, the aqueducts, the energetic places and even to observe the famous Nazca mummies.

In our hostel, we have hot water 24 hours a day, also a kitchen, WiFi and private bathrooms in all rooms. We also appreciate the art, so if you dare, you can leave us a design on anywall of the place!

We are close to the Antonini museum, the central square and the biggest market in the city. Around the hostel there are a lot of small shops to buy the most necessary things.

If you really want to enjoy your stay in Nazca, we are waiting for you :)

Check in: 13h.
Check out: 11h View House Rules

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Reviews & Ratings

  • Value For Money 8.7

  • Security 8.7

  • Location 6.9

  • Staff 8.5

  • Atmosphere 7.9

  • Cleanliness 8.8

  • Facilities 8.0

Latest Reviews

  • 9.4


    25 Jan 2019
    A little further from main area but lovely rooms, staff, breakfast and a kitchen to cook!
    Australia, Female, 18-24
  • 8.9


    13 Sep 2019
    Super chill hostel and nice and helpful staff (they can also help you with your flight). Very welcoming and sweet! I would totally stay there again :)
    Switzerland, Female, 25-30
  • 8.0


    16 Jun 2019
    Nanasqa is one of the only hostels in Nazca where you can meet other travelers. The staff was friendly and the beds relatively comfortable. There are no hot showers and takes about 20 minutes to walk to town, but the walk is pleasant. I also arrived off a night bus from Arequipa and had to pay 10 soles extra just to have access to a bed (that was already available and ready). This frustrated me because I’ve been to other hostels that are much more accommodating to night travelers.
    USA, Female, 25-30
  • 7.4

    Very Good

    08 May 2019
    Pretty good hostel, far end of town. Kitchen was small, but well equipped. Slightly strange atmosphere in there, and someone practicing the saxophone. The tours seemed excessively priced, and it was more of a “hop in our car and we’ll drive you to the places”. Had to ask for the music to be turned down each night too. Other than that it was pretty good place to sleep and the staff were super friendly and willing to help.
    England, Male, 25-30
  • 7.1

    Very Good

    11 Jun 2019
    Nice place little bit of a walk to main square but still very easy
    Australia, Female, 18-24
  • 6.6


    23 Jan 2019
    Rooms are very clean, although sleeping is kinda hard as it is very bright and loud. Check in was easy and uncomplicated. However most of the staff seemed to be volunteers and not really knowing what they‘re doing. Safety is questionable: the door only opens with the key, and the lock seems kind of stuck - not really helpful in case of an earthquake or other evacuation situations. All in all okay for the price.
    Switzerland, Couple, 25-30
  • 5.7


    07 Jul 2019
    The rooms were nice, but Nanasqa is pretty far away from anything. Didn't seem like anyone else was staying there at the same time as us. I had to come downstairs at 1am to ask the two staff members hanging out in the common room to turn down their music.
    Canada, Male, 25-30
  • 5.7


    13 Jan 2019
    The hostel is quite far from the bus station. During our time here there was A German traveler who was working here and he didn't really seem to know what was going on. Would look for accommodation closer to the plaza if I came back, you're only here for the lines.
    Canada, All Male Group, 25-30
  • 5.7


    16 Dec 2018
    The location is really far away from the town. The price is as much as a hotel. The shower didn't really work very well.
    USA, Male, 25-30
  • 5.1


    15 Jul 2019
    Breakfast is a tea, bread, and marmalade. I had to see how hostel volunteers eat eggs on front of me while I was paying for a single room with a very poor breakfast. There are no stores close by.
    Colombia, Female, 41+
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  • Free Airport Transfer
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Linen Included
  • Adaptors
  • Book Exchange
  • Common Room
  • Fridge/Freezer
  • Hair Dryers
  • Hot Showers
  • Jobs Board
  • Microwave
  • Self-Catering Facilities
  • Utensils
  • 24 Hour Reception
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Airport Transfers
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Currency Exchange
  • Fax Service
  • Housekeeping
  • Internet Access
  • Late check-out
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Luggage Storage
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Wake-up calls
Food & Drink
  • Bar
  • Cafe
  • Meals Available
  • Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
  • Board Games
  • Wi-Fi