x The average starting price for a place to stay in Nazca is £8 per night.
fksobko During our stay in Nasca, there was a miner's strike which essentially closed all the businesses in the city and blockaded the roads into & out of Nasca. Fortunately we were at Nasca Trails Hostel - a very safe & secure famiily-run hostel with a comfortable common area & fully-stocked kitchen. The owner, Juan, and his family ensured that we were looked after and helped us to sort out bus tickets and tours during a very difficult time. The hostel location is excellent - close enough to the main square and shops, but far enough away to be peaceful. I would highly recommend Nasca Trails to anyone visiting the area. You won't be disappointed.
El acero Mz. B / Lt - 7. (3 blocks from the main square)Awesome 88%
ctran We stayed in Nazca for 1 night so this little cheap little hostel did the job. The rooms were decent but clean which is the most important thing, only thing that potentially may be an issue is the spiralling thin staircase to the upstair rooms. We had backpacks so it wasn't so much of a problem but saw some other travellers with huge suitcases struggling. The wifi here only works in the communal room but hey it gets you out of the bedroom and mingling with other travellers. The kitchen was a little grubby and unkept but so long as you're not eating off the benchtops then it shouldn't be an issue. The only annoyance we had was that evening we wanted to watch a movie but the housekeeper's son was up late watching cartoons and what sort've person would i be to ask him to stop watching so i could put a movie on?! haha The thing that makes this hostel standout is the owner. He's a little Peruvian pocket-rocket who's the friendliest chap you'll meet.
Avenida Maria Reiche 1600 0%
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