Where to sleep? Tourist Accommodation EL MIRADOR: Contact Luis Ontiveros: 3886448276 The Hospedaje La Quebrada del Mirador is located on a small hillside, located at the main entrance to the town of Valle Colorado from where a pleasant view of the valley is appreciated. La Quebrada Del Mirador, Belongs to Luis Ontiveros, this entrepreneur offers rest services, the accommodation has two rooms on a triple basis, with breakfast included, the bathroom is shared with hot water 24 hours a day, they will also have a small open kitchen for their guests. guests with the necessary utensils to enjoy a herbal tea or mate. Your host makes the visit unforgettable thanks to his hospitality and personalized attention, Luis enjoys receiving tourists a lot and will make sure that the visitor does not leave without trying the typical dishes offered in the dining rooms there. On the other hand, Luis also works with bovine leather and makes wallets, to offer and that tourists have a complete experience in their visit about everything that is produced there. Tourist Accommodation EL PARAISO: The accommodation offered by Martina Calapeña and Gregorio Flores in Valle Colorado is their private house where the visitor lives with Martina, […]
Valle Colorado, Valle Grande, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? Where to eat? Umawaka Lodging and Rural Activities – Cristian Morales +54 9 3884 80 9707 Cristian Morales is a young man from the community who inherited and is a faithful caretaker of his grandparents’ old adobe house. He is in charge of taking care of it and maintaining the main aspects of said construction. Accompanied by the stories about the ancestral culture of the local communities, you can enjoy a walk through its stubble, see its llamas and visit the archaeological site of Antigal de Calete… just a few steps away.
San Roque, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? Where to eat? Inti Wasi Ecological Lodging +54 9 3887 41 0555 Mariela Calapeña is the owner of the ecological lodge Inti Wasi (“Casa del Sol” in Quechua). His family acquired an old adobe house in the community and with effort adapted it to receive visitors. Not only have they thought of the different spaces for the enjoyment of the guests, but faithful to their commitment to Pachamama, the accommodation has solar energy for electricity supply as well as for hot water in order to care for and protect the environment. Service providers: Local hosts, rural activities and horseback riding: Diego and Hugo Paredes: +54 9 3886 82 7576 The hosts Diego and Hugo Paredes are two young people from the community who have decided to stay there and continue the rural practices of their ancestors. They offer to participate in seasonal rural activities and also horseback riding in which they can not only enjoy the beautiful landscapes of their community but also the historical development of it and its traditions.
Rodero, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Artisan workshop – artisan experience. Group of hostesses: It is made up of a group of 4 local hostesses, who sell circuits that involve the attractions of greatest interest to the community. Hostess Group Tel 3884627542 Cruz, Vilma Mariela Tel 3885213135 Luere, Teresa Margarita Tel 3884613235 Arias, Nilda Marisel Tel 3885188643 Fernandez, Claudia Esther Tel 3884758852 Where to sleep? Accommodation Las Rosas- Petrona Luere Tel 3884680394 Petrona Luere, several years ago began to work with rural community tourism, preparing her home for it. It has 3 rooms around the dining room, among which we can find 2 rooms with 2 single beds each, the other room has 1 double bed. The property has 1 shared bathroom for passengers and 1 dining room where breakfast can be served. Upstairs everything was adapted to be the family home. Accommodation- María Mamaní, Tel 3884610662 Doña María’s accommodation is located at the entrance of Santa Ana, it has quadruple rooms with private bathroom. Accommodation El Portal de las Yungas. Gabriela Apaza. Tel 3887400345 Doña Gabriela’s business is one of the businesses that have been operating in Santa Ana for some time. It has 4 rooms with shared bathroom immersed in a beautiful garden. The […]
Santa Ana, Valle Grande, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? Family Accommodation LOS BUEYES Contact: Jasmine Solís +549 3886003558. Entering Palca de Aparzo from the main street, you will find the LOS BUEYES family accommodation. Jazmín and her family will receive you and provide a restful rest in one of the comfortable rooms that they have set up to host visitors who come to Palca. They have double rooms with twin or double beds, shared bathroom with the host family, hot shower and breakfast included. They can also accompany you to tour the community’s authorized tourist circuit: BY THE RIVER TOWARDS EL MOLINO, or contact you with hosts from this or neighboring communities, so that you can learn about the wonderful attractions that El Zenta has. Family Accommodation LA PAISANA Contact Zamuel Ignacio +549 3885801255 The entrepreneur Zamuel has arranged to host those who visit Palca, a charming little cabin located on a terraced land on the outskirts of the town. It consists of a double, twin or matrimonial room, with private bathroom, shower and hot water 24 hours a day. Includes breakfast. In LA PAISANA you will enjoy the tranquility and silence of the countryside in its maximum splendor. Zamuel is also a qualified host of […]
Palca de Aparzo, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? The community of Pucara does not have authorized accommodations. The closest communities where you can find this service are Ocumazo and Cianzo. Where to eat? Family dining room: CARDÓN SOLO Contact: Exaltación Cruz +549 388 4145475 Exaltation Cruz, Doña Nena is the cordial and charming owner of this dining room, located on the side of Route 73. Always ready to serve visitors with kindness, she has built a cozy place in the courtyard of her little house where they can spend to refresh yourself with traditional drinks such as dried fruit juices, taste pastry delicacies that are the specialty of the house or have regional dishes and sandwiches for lunch. CARDÓN SOLO, has a capacity of 18 covers and serves every day of the week from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. It is suggested to make your reservation in advance.
Pucará, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? At the moment there are no lodgings enabled in the Hornocal community. If you can stay a few kilometers in the community of Cianzo. Where to eat? In the geodesic dome of the Mirador de las Serranías de Hornocal you can find sandwiches such as stuffed tortillas or empanadas. Service Providers: Agustín Zapana +549 388 5744614 René Hurtado +549 388 5725481
Hornocal, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? Rural Tourism Ocumazo Raúl Choquevilca +54 9 3885 02 8501 Where to eat? Melina Cougar +54 9 3884 61 6007 (Dining room) Palmira Martinez +54 9 3888 45 7094 (Tea House) Service providers: Daniel Argamonte +54 9 3884 80 3171 Isaac and Héctor Farfán +54 9 3885 96 1449 Andrea Flores +54 9 3884 62 2406 The associative group of hosts – producers of Ocumazo stands out for its organic fruit and vegetable production, adding value to its products through the production of sweets, nuts, cider and beer. Tasting is not enough since these proud producers of the Hidden Valley want to show you their farms, their production and all the ancestral cultural aspects linked to working with the land. Visitors can also participate in the planting in “Minga” (depending on the season) to be part of the community production of Andean food.
Ocumazo, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? Family Accommodation: PATRIA GRANDE Contact: Liberato Méndez +549 388 4479403 PATRIA GRANDE family accommodation is located at the entrance of the Cianzo community, on a terraced area from which you can contemplate the Cianzo river valley and the northern fringes of the majestic 14-colored Serranía. It is cared for by its owner, Liberato Mendes and his family. Don Liberato, offers the possibility of enjoying peaceful nights within the community, in a comfortable double or twin room, with a bathroom shared with the family and hot water 24 hours a day; a nutritious breakfast that includes infusions with aromatic herbs and ingredients from the region and entertaining talks under his barbecue, in which his stories about leaders and battles of the independence era stand out. Family Accommodation: PORTAL DEL ZENTA Contact: Adriana Hurtado +549 388 5067062 PORTAL DEL ZENTA, is located on the local road that crosses the community of Cianzo. It is an ideal place for those who like to meet people and share with other travelers. Adriana and Orlando offer the visitor the possibility of staying in a shared quadruple room, furnished with bunk beds, bathrooms with showers and hot water 24 hours a day. Its […]
Cianzo, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? Where to eat? Hosteria El Valle Sagrado Clarita and Hector Lamas Contact: +54 9 3884 63 0096 The Héctor Lamas and Clara Domínguez family is a pioneer in rural community tourism at the national level, it has been 17 years since they have opened their doors, generating enriching exchanges with tourists. It is about a family that falls in love with their charisma, vocation of service and ancestral knowledge. From his hand you can get to know the local circuits, rural activities and exquisite traditional foods.
Hornaditas, Humahuaca, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? RONQUE ESTANCIA Family Accommodation Contact: Norma Madrigal +549 388 4630927 The Madrigal family is a reference family in the community, a pioneer in tourist activity in the region, they promoted the construction of the Chorcán tourist information box. RONQUE ESTANCIA is a project of this family to share with visitors the customs and traditions of the community members in their daily lives. Norma and her family have, to receive visitors, a room of traditional construction, with stone, adobes and a gabled guaya roof. Inside it is equipped with three single beds (one bunk) and a desk, which makes it ideal for those who work while traveling. It has a shower and hot water 24 hours a day. Norma is also the host of the community and knows like no one else, the most beautiful corners and infinite stories and anecdotes of her community. Where to eat? The Chorcán community does not have authorized dining rooms. You can find this service, about 8 km away, in the neighboring community of Aparzo.
Caspalá, Valle Grande, Jujuy.
The hosts of Caspalá invite you to revalue the culture, landscapes, history through different circuits that they have available for visitors. Host Escel Figueroa tel 0388-5183051 Host Jorge Enrique Tito, tel 0388-4995679 Host Bernabe Ariel, Balcarse. Tel 0388-4595173 Host Florentino Figueroa, s / n Host Cipriano Quipildor, Tel 0388-4041569 Where to sleep? Accommodation El Amancay- Guillerma Luere. Tel 0388-4842446 Doña Guillerma’s venture is one of the first accommodations in Caspalá, the venture takes place in her family home, currently has two rooms (one triple and one double), with a shared bathroom, which is for the exclusive use of tourists. Accommodation in Pueblo Viejo- Cipriano Quipildor. Tel 0388-4041569 The venture is developed in the family home, currently has five rooms, with shared bathroom, which is for the exclusive use of tourists. As for the equipment, the rooms have bedding and towels for tourists. Don Cipriano is one of the hosts of Caspalá, rich in anecdotes, stories and culture, you will be able to enjoy a magical stay a few steps from the main square of Caspalá. Where to eat? La Verbanita- Clara Baiz Tea House. Tel 0388-4093462, Facebook: Comedor La Cutanita. It is a gastronomic venture destined to provide breakfast and […]
Caspalá, Valle Grande, Jujuy.
Where to sleep? The community of Aparzo does not have authorized accommodation. You will find this service 5 kilometers away, in the community of Palca de Aparzo. Where to eat? El Ancañoca Family Dining Room Contacts: Marcela Cuevas + 549-3884298574 and Cristian Vargas + 549-3887470210 Comedor EL ANCAÑOCA is a family dining room, run by Marcela and Cristian, a couple of young and cordial residents. It is located on a street perpendicular to Provincial Route No. 73, next to the community hall, in front of two stubble fields that in the summer are populated with peas, beans and Andean potatoes. It has a capacity of 18 covers and offers a varied menu that balances traditional dishes such as majada soup and stews with more common options such as milanesa de llama with sautéed Andean potatoes.
Aparzo, Humahuaca, Jujuy.