La Albahaca Hostel

Address: Padilla 731, Tilcara, Province of Jujuy, Northern Argentina, 4624, Argentina | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Padilla 731, Tilcara.
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      Travel Blogs from Tilcara

      Quebrada de Humahuaca

      A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Oct 28, 2014

      1 comment, 130 photos

      ... our tent again for the first time in 2 months! The hostel was very chilled and the setting for our campsite was spectacular, surrounding by mountains. After a busy day driving we were hungry so headed to a very busy restaurant called La Pena de Carlitos for some local grub. We tried Tamales, which is corn leaves filled with a maize and mince mix, and Llama empanadas. Quinoa is big in northern Argentina so we enjoyed a quinoa stew with beef, potatoes and tomato ...


      A travel blog entry by sirokacol on Sep 19, 2014

      ... 2531) was amazing eye candy every turn, plus I got to see a large herd of wild llama and donkeys( always a highlight for me) we drove to a maximum altitude of 3457 over the mountains. Cachi is about 10kms from Payogasta so after booking into our hotel we drove into to Cachi for a look, it's a lovely little town Payogasta is a little off the beaten track for a lot of English speaking people so tonight's communication is interesting, we are staying at small boutique winery and it's ...

      Not just Humahuaca

      A travel blog entry by gandnclub on Oct 26, 2011

      57 photos

      ... he makes at home, sort of a stew with beef and beans.
      On to Humahuaca, another half hour north, sized like Tilcara but appropriately sleepy during siesta. Fortunately we didn't make that right turn into what looked like a wide street, because it actually is a wide staircase and we were at the top. Sometimes you sweat just thinking back on things...Anyway the afternoon sunlight was terrible for taking ...

      The Quebrada de Humuaca to Tilcara

      A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour on May 16, 2011

      64 photos

      ... loads better after a decent night’s sleep and in the morning we headed up into the hills above the town to find yet another Gargantua del Diablo (Devil’s throat) which turned out in this case to be a deep gorge with a waterfall several hundred yards upstream. It felt good to be out walking again in the open air and it was a good semi high altitude to start acclimatising at. The gorge itself was incredibly deep and ...


      A travel blog entry by jo-on-the-go on Mar 04, 2011

      32 photos

      So even though I had a bus ticket to La Quiaca and was all set to head into Bolivia, the temptation of Carnaval was too strong to resist, and the invitation from a friend to head to Tilcara sealed the deal. I swpped my bus ticket and, with Gina ...