Calle 16 A No 5 – 25, Centro

Price rates

€ 21.24 average price per room/bed (the price is per 1 night only)
€ 7.65 average price per Dorm/bed (the price is per 1 night only)

Info & Description

Provincia Hostel Valledupar

First Hostel in Valledupar - Colombia. Colombian Owned – A new traveler's hostel in Valledupar, in northeastern Colombia.
Provincia Hostel is a lovely, homely, backpacker hostel in the beautiful city of Valledupar, is a hostel with the warmth of home.
Provincia Hostel has five comfortable and nicely decorated private rooms with bathroom, TV, air conditioning or fan and 22 dorm beds available. Prices range from 18,000 Pesos per person for dorm beds with fan, 22,000 Pesos per person for dorm beds with air conditioning 45.000 Pesos per person in a private room or 60,000 Pesos for double occupancy in a private room with air conditioning and private bathroom.
This comfortable hostel has all the facilities you could hope for including a fully equipped self-catering kitchen with free coffee available all day, bag Storage, courtyard, some great social areas with a barbeque, hammocks, strewn garden, a sociable dining area, book exchange, free internet and WIFI connection available for guest use. There's also cable TV with a large DVD collection in the lounge area, air conditioning or fan in rooms, several bicycles free for rent and a Plenty of information is available on what to do locally and the staff will happily advise you on day trips, activities and tours from Valledupar as well as hostels and places to visit all across the country.
The hostel has become a popular stop on traveller’s itineraries not only for its friendly welcome and great facilities but as a base for exploring northern Colombia. Located in a beautiful city, this is the perfect place for relaxing. We have a wonderful, friendly, and clean hostel. The nice and quiet atmosphere will truly make you feel at home. You will find a calm, clean and inexpensive hostel.


Known as the “forest city”, Valledupar is considered the greenest city in Colombia. As the birthplace of Vallenato music, the city is representative of a unique part of the Colombian culture.
There are several activities you can do in Valledupar such as view the interesting traditions and culture of the Arhuaca people here or in their secluded town of Nabusimake. Enjoy traditional and Spanish colonial architecture; swim and dive in the cool, clean Guatapurí and Badillo rivers; bird watch and hike in the verdant Los Besotes ecopark. For indigenous crafts visit the nearby historic village of La Mina and much more...
Altitude: 169 MALS
Temperature: 28°C

•24 hour staffed office • dormitories and private rooms •free coffee •linen included •free Internet services •free Wi-Fi •TV room •cable TV •free DVD movies •patio area •BBQ •chill out in the many hammocks •laundry service •fully equipped kitchen •bag storage •book exchange •tourist information •bookings for all hostels in Colombia • free local calls •free bicycles •staff guided ecological trips (space permitting) •economical rates!

Calle 16A No 5-25, Centro
Cel: (300) 241-92-10
We are located one block from Plaza Alfonso Lopez,
Close to Santa Marta!!! (4 hrs by bus)
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  • Air conditioning
  • Parking lot
  • Security boxes / Lockers
  • Security boxes / Lockers
  • Security boxes / Lockers
  • Laundry
  • Internet access
  • Internet access
  • Bar
  • Room service
  • Rent a bike
  • Bike Rental
  • 24h reception


  • standard double bed private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • 8 bed/s mixed dorm shared Watercloset (bathroom)

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  1. Jeremy From USA On November 30, -0001

    My legs were ravages by FLEA BITES...not from the bed, but sitting at the decrepit wooden kitchen table...!! If they KNOW that's where that pack of voracious micro man-eaters is living, why don't they replace that rotting old thing posthaste...I'm just sayin'...

  2. Ben From Canada On November 30, -0001

    Honestly one of the best hostels I have ever stayed at. Two pillows on the bed, free towels, free Internet, great staff and very chilled out at atmosphere. The only thing lacking is lockers. The staff will lock your stuff away for you if you ask but it is a pain for things like an iPod.

  3. Charles N From USA On November 30, -0001

    Excellent value for money. Friendly staff. Appreciated free bicycles and Internet. Good books in English to read while in the hostel. Pleasant patio with hammocks. Walking distanct to transport to the nearby towns. I stayed 4 days, and would come back.