Pariwana Backpacker Hostels

Av. Larco 189, Miraflores, Lima, Peru


Pariwana Lima have blended the wisdom, living traditions and infinite bio-diversity of Peru; with the motivations, curiosities and needs of international backpackers. Here, you will experience the artistic and gastronomic energy of the modern Peruvian vibe. We offer top quality budget accommodations in superb locations, with safety, cleanliness, comfort, style and the friendliest crew.The Pariwana team opened its doors in this 1920’s building historical house. Pariwana is bringing with it a huge range of Peruvian design and arts. This ideally located house has been decorated within the range of the Peruvian-trendy movement and has been specially designed to target backpackers’ desire to experience our culture.Pariwana services that make the difference (start feeling it!):- Best locations in each destination- Funky bars with terrace in all destinations with all distillations - Common areas include classic games (pool table, ping-pong and foosball)- Daily Peruvian food (international menu also available in case you prefer to keep it homely) - Great local activities: ,es: Monday drinking games, Tuesday walking tours, Wednesday visit to the Magic Water Fountains, Thursday Pisco tour and you'll be able to learn how to make a great pisco sour and Friday soccer games against locals.- Free home-brewed coffees in Lima and fresh Mate de Coca in Cusco at all times- Arrangements for surf classes 5 minutes away from our Pariwana Lima Hostel - If you are an experience surfer or divers talk to the Pariwana partners for info (or even arrange a trip)


  • 24 Hour Reception
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Airport Transfers
  • Bar
  • BBQ
  • Bicycle Parking
  • Board games
  • Book Exchange
  • Breakfast Included
  • Cable TV
  • Cafe
  • Common Room
  • DVD's
  • Foosball table
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Games Room
  • Hairdryers
  • Hot Showers
  • Housekeeping
  • Jobs Board
  • Kitchen
  • Linen Included
  • Lockers
  • Luggage Storage
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Pool Table
  • Restaurant
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Tours/Travel Desk



Traveler Reviews

“Legendary hostel!”

Rating: 5 Reviewed on March 15, 2018

We absolutely loved staying at this hostel, one of our favourites so far. It’s quite big with an awesome courtyard communal area with games, seating, beanbags etc. there are optional activities each...

“Very nice hostel”

Rating: 5 Reviewed on March 11, 2018

The place is very nice! It is well located near the main square at Cusco. The structure of the hostel is very good and every night there is a different event that takes place and contribute to the...

“A safe accommodation for the solo female traveler!”

Rating: 4 Reviewed on February 16, 2018

A safe, well-thought-out, clean hostel in a prime location. The hostel has traditional dorms and private rooms – and while I splurged for a private room, the dorms looked clean and the occupants...


Lima’s transportation system is getting better with the 'Metropolitano', you just need a card to go around Lima and avoid the traffic. There are also buses which are a bit slow and it is hard to know which one to catch. To move around the city we recommend also taking a taxi. This service is not expensive and tipping is not necessary. Taxis don’t have a meter, and before getting in you will need to exercise your bargaining abilities. In our Lima experience section you can find a table with approximate fares from typical routes.Jumping in the messy Lima bus system might be a must-do experience – however, we don’t recommend experiencing it with your entire luggage (there could be little space for your backpacks and it might also be a little dangerous especially in the route from the airport).From the airport: Take a taxi or a shuttle, we don’t recommend taking a bus. Tell your taxi driver you have a reservation in Pariwana hostel in the Kennedy Park (Miraflores). Don’t let them fool you, with alternative hostels. The taxi fare should not exceed S/.40 (Aprox. US$13).From the bus terminals: Lima doesn’t have a central bus station. Each agency has its own terminal. Most of them have multiple stops including Downtown (called “Centro de Lima”) and also other located closer to Miraflores (there is a cluster of them located in the Javier Prado Av.). Given you should have an option on your bus stops, ask to be dropped in the closer station to Miraflores. We recommend the following bus companies: Cruz del Sur, Oltursa, Civa, Soyuz and Ormeño. Once you have arrived to the bus station, take a taxi.


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