- 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 accommodation has hot water and breakfast service. The cultural wealth of Doña Gabi makes tourists marvel at her stories and anecdotes.
Where to eat?
- El Qhapaq Ñan Dining Room- Hugo Flores Tel 3886864040
Don Hugo Flores has a dining room in Santa Ana where he offers tourists regional meals, minutes and invites tourists to see his garden, his wife can tell them about the embroidery he makes and the rich culture of Santa Ana.
- Dining Room- Margarita Luere. Tel 3884613235
It is a gastronomic venture that is located at the entrance of the town, it offers regional meals (lunch-dinner) and fast foods for tourists who visit the town of Santa Ana and for the community in general who want to eat something authentic. Margarita is also one of the hosts of Santa Ana, her knowledge about the Qhapag Ñan leaves tourists who want to know their culture astonished.