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Reviewed 9 December 2016 via mobile

The hostel is well located nearby the witches' market of La Paz. For little money you can expext WiFi and a whole bunch of other backpackers. Unfortunately because of the hostel's architecture it was quite cold at night, the shared bathrooms could have been cleaner and we got several electro-shocks from the shower.

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Reviewed 23 September 2016

I was picked up from the bus station by the manager/owner who was extremely creezy. My hostel in Huacachina (Banana's Adventure) had organized the pick up and the Nazca flight through them, so I had no idea that it was through the Inti Wasi Hostel/Loki Hostel. I was pressed (almost ordered) to go on the half day city tour which...

Thank travellingchair x
Victoria, Canada
Reviewed 18 December 2015 via mobile

This place is run by exceptionally dishonest people. Do not purchase anything from them. Do not stay here. Do not go here. I paid them $100 for a flight that cost other people in my plane $65. That was after I talked them down from $140. They pretend to sell you a ticket on aero paracas, but then put you...

Thank Darin R
Greater Perth, Australia
Reviewed 10 October 2015

Name has been changed to Loki Nazca. Though the rooms are cheap and clean, undue pressure will be put on you to go on extremely over priced tours. From all reports avoid this place especially if you are single female travellers. Do not accept an alcoholic drink from the owner. The usual deal is that you will be approached by...

Thank Aaron M
Haifa, Israel
Reviewed 8 October 2015 via mobile

My boyfriend and i recently stayed at the loki hostel in Nasca. ITS NOT PART OF THE LOKI CHAIN DONT BE CONFUSED! Although the room was clean and comfortable, the owner is a liar!! When we arrived he told us that there were only 4 other hostels in town... yea right! He tried to rip us off on a tour,...

Thank Elisheva G
Stockholm, Sweden
Reviewed 27 September 2015 via mobile

At the time I was here it was called Loki Nazca I think. I bought a flight over the Nazca lines here and got ripped off pretty bad. The people here are very dishonest and creepy. Before my flight I was talking to two men, one fat with long hair and one older which made horrible sexual jokes. I came...

2Thank Lellell1261
United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 August 2015

Myself and a friend booked a flight of the Nazca lines through our hostel in Huacachina which all seemed fine until we got to the hostel and the owner Luis tried offering us a tour. We weren't interested, even more so when he said it was 120soles. He tries to guilt trip you into saying he has a family in...

1Thank ronny694
Beachwood, Ohio
Reviewed 23 May 2015

The rooms are clean and decently priced, HOWEVER the owner will rip´you off (as stated in almost every review) any chance he gets, whether it is for a meal or a tour. Dont listen to anything they say and find somewhere else to stay.

1Thank RoamingD89
Motril, Spain
Reviewed 3 May 2014 via mobile

The owner is not only creepy but in this hostel there has been 2 very serious police investigations, check google. Specialy for female travelers, dont stay here. Terrible reputacion in nasca as i found out later. Picks up clients at bus stations with very cheap room.prices but he will ripp you off with the trips. The name of the hostel...

5Thank joseluisss30
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 31 October 2013

the owner of this place was waiting at the bus station when we came from huacachina. we were pretty much forced to get into his taxi and go to his hotel. once we arrived, he tried to force the nazca lines plane tour down our throat and wouldnt give us anytime to think about. his prices were ridiculous and told...

3Thank Murray C

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Address: calle Jose Maria Mejia B-10, Nazca, Peru
Region: Peru > Ica Region > Nazca
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“go somewhere else”
driftwoodlost, 10 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Top floor is quieter.”
SarahT355, 14 Nov 2012 | Read review
“Far from the backside, were people chat freely and noisily.”
RenatoB124, 5 Aug 2012 | Read review
“All rooms are exposed to the sun with a hallway where you see sun and stars.”
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