Killa Wasi Hostel, Alausi

Dorms: $10 USD per person
Camping: $5 USD per person
Private Room + Shared Bathroom: $15 USD x person
Private Room + Private Bathroom: $20 USD x person


Dorms: $10 USD per person
Camping: $5 USD per person
Private Room + Shared Bathroom: $15 USD x person
Private Room + Private Bathroom: $20 USD x person


Killa Wasi Hostel
Based on 68 reviews
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We camp, an ideal place to find peace and connection with nature


Erika CruzErika Cruz
18:48 15 Aug 23
Very nice place, accessible to share with family and friends, recommended to spend a pleasant moment.


rosmibel mendezrosmibel mendez
18:32 16 Jun 23
A nice place, just spend one night to rest and continue. It’s simple. And they treated us very well. PS: it doesn’t have a TV. It has wifi and arriving is a hidden floor.


Louis BroodrykLouis Broodryk
16:21 16 May 23
Great hostel and campsite. Nice hot showers and a barbeque. Great service, walking distance to town. Nice garden.


cesar roserocesar rosero
17:27 07 Apr 23


M ThissenM Thissen
20:39 05 Oct 22
Nice spot for camping or just as a hostel. Just outside of town on a small farm. Close to the Nariz del diablo hike. Victor is a really nice guy and always ready to help you in any way.


Andrea MolinaAndrea Molina
14:30 25 May 22
If you want to camp or stay a a wonderful comfy and spacious place, this is the spot.Beautiful camping spot with beautiful views of the mountains surrounding Alausi. We got in touch w Victor via WhatsApp but you can just show up. Victor is super kind and attentive; camping is $5 per person per night and we had access to the kitchen, electricity, a very nice warm shower and covered area with a hammock and a big table to work/eat. We had to do some work online and the internet was very fast! There are two super cute dogs Oso and Lilly 🙂 they are very friendly and playful. We spent sometime playing with both of them.We camped under a little covered patio (though you can camp in the green areas if you want) and brought our bikes under so they could stay dry in case of rain. Victor grew up in Connecticut and is super kind and interesting; he is fully bilingual as well! He is super knowledgeable about permaculture, the town of Alausi and its surroundings; we enjoyed chatting w him. We heard he grew veggies and ended up falling in love with the pasta sauce he has for sell and his chocolate (for hot cocoa) is delicious; we bought some to bring with us.We needed to keep moving but kinda wished we could have stayed longer. It was such a cool and relaxed place.


Clem HClem H
22:40 28 Mar 21
A lovely place we’ll remember for a long time! For those seeking a more affordable option in Alausi, you will also get to be out surrounded by nature but still close to the market and right beside the trail to the Nariz. Viktor the owner is very friendly and knowledgeable, and you can also get some of his products. Great farm, great dogs, great shower, nothing more to ask for!!


Jason RiderJason Rider
23:06 08 Oct 19
My girlfriend and I camped here for a few nights and would recommend. Victor and his family helped us with things to do during the transport strikes so our time was occupied while we couldn’t move on. Veg picked from the garden and fresh eggs from the hens was available to purchase. A kitchen was available to cook with everything we required and a hot shower.



Killa Wasi Hostel, Alausi


On December 19, 2019On November 18, 2019