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We knew we have chosen the right place to stay in Puno when we were greeted by the garden of Casa Panqarani. My friend and I arrived at the Puno bus terminal at 4:30am and Edgar has insisted to come pick us up in person!...More
I agree with all the revues here. This really is an oasis in Puno. Me and my group of friends only stayed here for one night but Edgar and Consuela were absolutely amazing.
They arranged taxis to pick us up from the coach station and...More
As we entered Casa Panqarani and close the door behind us we discovered a garden with doves flying inside and the dusty and noisy streets of Puno seem to be so far away ! The rooms are clean with private bathroom and the wifi works...More
Having traveled across 3 regions of Peru over 18 days, this was the best accommodation thanks to the warm hospitality of Edgar and his wife. It felt more like a homestay with the amenities of a B&B. Edgar was by far the most helpful individual...More
This casa is really an oasis in Puno, which is not the loveliest of cities. The owner Edgar went out of his way to make our stay comfortable. He personally picked us up from the train station, booked our trip on the lake and was...More
I don't think Casa Panqarani can accommodate 19 people. But perhaps you could split the group. There is a magic B&B called Kusillo's Posada just down the road from Casa Panqarani, run by a lovely lady called Jenny. I... More
I don't think Casa Panqarani can accommodate 19 people. But perhaps you could split the group. There is a magic B&B called Kusillo's Posada just down the road from Casa Panqarani, run by a lovely lady called Jenny. I think she also has about 5 or 6 rooms. Very friendly, great accommodation and a super breakfast. And it's cheaper than Casa Panqarani.