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Accommodation in Bolivia

Accommodation in Cochabamba


Accommodation in Cochabamba



Shared Accommodation:

Shared House
The shared house in the center of Cochabamba offers seven rooms, a fully equipped kitchen with the necessary cooking utensils and electrical appliances as well as two bathrooms, shared by the residents. There is also a washing machine and WiFi. Both kitchen and one of the bathrooms are on the ground floor, next to the office of the owner. The owners organise and conduct outdoor extreme sports activities.
The price of the room, which include daily expenses such as water, electricity, weekly cleaning of common rooms, linen and internet, varies according to size of the room. For room reservation, a deposit must be paid (one month's rent), which will be refunded when you move out.
Hostel at Plaza Colón

The Hostel is located in front of Plaza Colón in central Cochabamba. On two floors, the inn has four rooms for individuals or couples and two more beds for six and seven people with shared bathrooms. There are several areas for social gatherings and a furnished terrace with beautiful views over the city. Food can be cooked in one of the two fully equipped kitchens. Wifi is available at no cost; there laundry service at an extra charge.

Host Family:

Rooms of Average Standards with Host Families
A stay with a Bolivian family gives insight into their life and creates the opportunity to practice and expand your Spanish language skills. The rooms usually have a bed with bedside table and lamp, a storage space for clothes and a desk with chair. The family serves three meals a day (breakfast, lunch - the main meal in Bolivia, dinner), cleans the rooms and does laundry. WiFi is not available at every host family. <

Accommodation in La Paz


Accommodation in La Paz



Shared Accommodation in La Paz

The apartment is located in Sopocachi, in the city center of La Paz. The district Sopocachi is located between the historic neighborhood of La Paz and the southern part of the city (La Zona Sur). The area is a popular living, working and entertainment district. The accommodation for volunteers and interns can be reached via a steep staircase, at the end of two houses opposite each other, separated by a green courtyard. In both houses, there are a total of eight rooms for trainees, volunteers and travelers from all over the world. The view is stunning; both of La Paz and the enchanting snow-capped Illimani, which is considered to be the highest elevation of the Cordillera Real, and a symbol of La Paz. The view can be enjoyed from the front porch of the rear house; where there is seating for socializing. The room available is a single room. Depending on the size and amenities of the room, the monthly rental costs differ. In general, there is a bed, a storage space for clothes, a small table and a chair. In both houses, there is one kitchen and bathroom to be shared. There is also Internet.

Host Families in La Paz

Accommodation in La Paz is with host families, where you have a separate room of average standards. You have either a private bathroom or one shared with the family. In general, both parents work and therefore, offer breakfast only. You can use the kitchen or purchase cheap food in the city.

Accommodation in Rural Areas

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Most popular! - This is the choice of most of our participants. You live in an apartment with other participants.

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Adventurer - For simplest and cheapest deals: Accommodation of simple standard.



Accommodation in Jupapina

Right next Emma, her husband Rolando and their two children's home, are the lovingly designed volunteer houses. The houses each have several single rooms, fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms, which are shared by the residents. In addition, there are comfortable lounges. From the balconies or the terrace you have an indescribably beautiful view down on the elevations of the Andes and into the valley, where a river meanders. Volunteers provide for themselves. Basic food and hygiene products can be purchased in Jupapina and the neighboring village, Mallasa. For larger purchases, you can use public transport to reach the south of La Paz (about 20 to 30 minutes drive), where there are larger shopping centers. In the volunteer houses, there is WiFi. The Internet service is however, now and then restricted. Both in Jupapina and in Mallasa, there are also Internet cafes. Laundry can be washed by hand in a designated pool behind the family's home. There is also a washing machine; per wash cost is 25 Bolivianos (about 3 EUR) including detergent.

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Accommodation in Sapecho
You live with a host family in the village of Sapecho. Following the tradition of the indigenous pluralism the community chooses the host family for you, so we can not predict precisely which family. However, the living conditions are comparable. The default requirements are that you bring a sleeping bag. There is a mosquito net available. In the village occupied by about 100 families, there is electricity and an internet café. There are only small shops selling basic products such as oil, rice, soap, dry biscuits, etc. There is in a hospital with basic medical services in Palos Blancos, a slightly larger village (just 15 minutes by car or motorcycle from Sapecho). Also the exact amount for rent and meals is decided in every single case by the community and we cannot tell you exactly in advance. It should be around 80 Bs/night (approx. 11.60 USD) on full board.

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