city centre, Jr. Aija 847, Huaraz 02001, Peru
The owner is a great guy. He can give you all the info you need to hike the Santa Cruz Trek as well as other worthy hikes in the area. Especially helpful is the info on which buses to take. When I stayed there he was still setting up in the current location. Wifi and a light breakfast were provided.
I did not stay at the hostel, but I booked the Santa Cruz trek through the hostel website. Overall, I was disappointed and would not recommend anyone to stay at the hostel or to use their services. Edgar was kind but disorganized. Because I did not receive any confirmation that the trip was set, I took the initiative to go to the hostel to search for Edgar and ask for information. He seemed to arrange the guide and donkeys on the spot. However, on the day of the trek, there were still loose ends, for example, who would carry our supplies, given that one of the girls on the trek had a severe allergy to horses/donkeys (which she had let Edgar know weeks in advance)? In the end, the trek was amazing and I was thankful for the experience, but I would have done things differently. It would have been substantially cheaper and likely more organized to book my trek at one of the good travel agencies once I arrived in Huaraz. I sent my feedback to Edgar afterwards, and hopefully, he continues to improve his business, but for now, I would find alternatives or approach with caution. FYI, the hostel is far from the Huaraz city center, unmarked, and at the time of my visit, there was no one staying there. It is not a backpacker's hub, but if you like a quiet setting in a more rural part of Huaraz, it could work for you.
Me pareció muy bueno,brinda todo los servicios incluido cocina,y sobre todo económico.
War ganz okay
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