Convenient Charm: Karikuy Lima Bed and Breakfast – Your Hub Close to the Airport!

An Introduction to our Lima Bed and Breakfast

Welcome to the newest addition to the Karikuy Tours family – our very own Lima Bed and Breakfast, strategically located just 15 minutes from Lima’s bustling airport. As we open our doors, we’re excited to offer a unique blend of convenience and local charm, perfect for travelers and volunteers seeking a genuine Lima experience. Our commitment goes beyond just a comfortable stay; we include airport transfers in the price to ensure a seamless journey from touchdown to relaxation.

We’ve laid down some new flooring at the Lima Bed and Breakfast and have begun putting the final touches on rooms that will be used to house our Volunteers this Winter in Lima. Today the construction phase ended and left a pretty big mess throughout the house. A mess that I will have to clean up by myself over the weekend.  Our volunteer Josh is traveling to Cusco and Machu Picchu over the weekend and won’t be around to help me clean up the massive amounts of sawdust lying around.

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Karikuy Lima Bed and Breakfast Renovations

Nestled in the heart of a traditional Lima neighborhood in Cercado de Lima, our Lima Bed and Breakfast is more than just a place to sleep. Each of our studio rooms comes with a private bath, promising privacy and comfort. But it’s not just about the basics here; we understand the needs of the modern traveler. That’s why we’ve equipped the Karikuy house with high-speed internet and reliable hot water, ensuring your stay is both productive and comfortable.

Step outside and you’ll find yourself immersed in the local vibe, with small convenience stores right next door for all your needs. Yet, it’s on our 4th-floor patio that the magic really happens. Here, you can soak in incredible views of northern Lima, with the bustling airport in the distance and the vast Pacific Ocean painting the horizon. It’s the perfect spot to unwind after a day of adventures or to find inspiration for your next journey.

As we gear up for 2010, our Lima Bed and Breakfast is not just opening its doors to travelers; we’re also welcoming volunteers who are looking to contribute to our Perupedia project and immerse themselves in the local culture. With laundry services available and a promise of a warm, welcoming environment, we’re not just a stopover; we’re a place where stories begin and memories are made.

New construction at the house has opened up an extra room at the Lima Bed and Breakfast which is great because I can now have 4 volunteers working at the same time. This can only help our Perupedia project grow faster and also provide more content on a regular basis for this blog. The only thing left to fix up is the kitchen although we don’t use it at all other then a work and wash space, looks like that room will wait for next season. More volunteers begin arriving next week so be sure to check out their weekly blog posts on their travels and experiences in Peru.

Renovations at the Lima Bed and Breakfast

As for me… well I’ll spend the weekend with my broom and bucket in between sending out emails to clients and taking our last entries for the Free Trip to Machu Picchu contest we are having. It’s going to be a busy weekend, but hey I’m looking forward to the next few months and getting a chance to meet and live with our volunteers, the anticipation is something that will help me get my mind off all the work I have in store the next couple of weeks for Karikuy.

New Floors at the Karikuy House

Join us at Karikuy Tours’ Lima Bed and Breakfast, where convenience meets culture, and every stay is a step into the heart of Lima.

About the Author

Founder of Karikuy, an organization in Peru that brings travelers to visit and explore the country. Julio also runs the Karikuy Volunteer program and is the editor of this blog. Julio likes to write about his adventures in Peru as well as Peruvian folklore, mysteries and secluded locations.

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