Puma Hostel is a inexpensive hostel features large clean rooms , firm beds for a good nights sleep and very comfortable is a perfect place for all backpackers so welcoming and friendly with us will feel a familiar warmth at home that will have the exclusive attention of the owners themselves Frida and Enrique who are willing to help in whatever is necessary and will do our best effort to make your stay here in Puno the highest navigable lake in the world and folklore capital of Peru your stay very special and unforgettable! **
Best of all are the attentive staff who work hard to make their guests happy
Warning: You must be very careful, because in the journey to get to the bus station will have informal people, street vendors, taxi drivers who try to divert to other hostels and excursions sell talking a lot of lies to get a commission for money. These are not guaranteed and are subject to a scam ...!Thank you! need to take the warning.
* In our hostel we organize tours to visit the islands of Lake Titicaca Uros, Taquile, Amantani and other services the price is cheap.
Our hostel is located in a safe place just minutes from the Plaza de Armas, pine park and downtown. With spacious rooms and comfortable beds and hot water 24 hours a gas: living room with cable TV, communal area for you enjoy and make new friends. We are providing full use of the kitchen including a microwave refrigerator and cutlery, we provide special pancake breakfast is available in the lounge from 6:00 to 9:30 am, Internet and PC available and free WIFI service. Terrace where you can enjoy the fantastic view of Lake Titicaca.
check in: 11:00
check out: 10:00
credit cards not accepted (only cash)
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