Wild Rover Backpackers

Calle Comercio1476, La Paz, Bolivia


Enjoy a real hot power shower (24 hours a day) that are not wired to the mains, the comfiest beds in South America with winter/summer duvets, backpack lockers in your room for your security. English speaking friendly staff from all around the globe that will try and help you with all your needs, a travel agency to book all your trips and bus tickets. A real authentic Irish bar with a breakfast lunch and dinner menu, nightly drink specials and activities, TV's to watch your favourite sports and pool table. Common areas include our cosy TV. Room with all the latest DVD's, our sunny courtyard where you can enjoy your free continental breakfast and catch up on your books or just chat with fellow travellers, 24 hours a day free internet and Wi-Fi in most areas of the house.Check in is at 2pm and check out is at 1pm so if you are arriving early in the morning and you would like a bed before 2pm you will need to book for the previous day and inform us of your arrival time. So book ahead to avoid disappointment and we guarantee you a great time in La Paz.All our prices are fixed in local currency, Bolivianos. The exchange rate of U.S. dollars fluctuates daily; therefore if you want to pay in U.S. dollars we will apply the current exchange rate on the date of your departure.* Minimum age for room occupants: You must be 18 years of age or older to be able to check in.


  • 24 Hour Reception
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Bar
  • BBQ
  • Book Exchange
  • Breakfast Included
  • Cable TV
  • Cafe
  • Common Room
  • Currency Exchange
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Hot Showers
  • Jobs Board
  • Linen Included
  • Lockers
  • Luggage Storage
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Pool Table
  • Restaurant
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Tours/Travel Desk



Traveler Reviews

“Thanks for making me feel like family”

Rating: 5 Reviewed on March 10, 2018

Couldnt speak more highly of a hostel, it was easily the best one that I stayed at over my travels. Great party atmosphere and everyone did everything they could to make sure people were having a...

“Hard to leave”

Rating: 5 Reviewed on February 28, 2018

This is the best hostel i've been to for partying. Everything is clean, the beds are comfy and the staff is just incredible. There is always organised activities so you wont ever get bored. A big...

“Not to be missed!”

Rating: 5 Reviewed on February 27, 2018

This hostel is one of the best I've been to, great staff, great atmosphere and loads of decent birds. Do not miss out on the opportunity to stay here. Danny and Chris are great managers who strive to...


By air:El Alto International Airport (IATA: LPB) (ICAO: SLLP), El Alto. Its take offs take a bit longer due to the thin air. There is an airport departure tax of $23 for international flights, Bs15 for domestic flights. Most South American airlines serve El Alto Airport as well local airline. Most international flights will make a stop over in Santa Cruz to pick up or drop off passengers. American Airlines is currently the only U.S. carrier serving Bolivia, with one daily flight to Miami. From the airport, the official rate for a taxi into central La Paz is Bs 50 (about USD 6). Shared vans cost about Bs 4 (USD 0.50)The airport is located on the outskirts of the city about a forty minutes taxi ride and this should cost you about 50 Bs.We are located just three blocks from the famous Plaza Murillo and three blocks from the city’s main Avenue, El Prado.We are 5 minutes by taxi from the main bus terminal and it should not cost you more than 10 to 15 Bs.By land:From Cochabamba: 383 Km by paved roadFrom Oruro: 230 Km by paved roadFrom Desaguadero (Peruvian border): 115 Km by rubble and paved roadsFrom Tambo Quemado (Chilean border): 321 Km by rubble and paved roadsBy train:Arequipa (Perú - Guaqui - La Paz)Arica (Chile) - Charaña - La PazCalama (Chile) - Ollagüe - Uyuni - Oruro - La Paz


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