Bodega La Rosa

Ruta 40 , Cafayate, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | Hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

Travel Blogs from Cafayate

45. Cafayate - queso with Kes

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013


On the approach, Cafayate looked amazing, and we weren't disappointed. A leafy, chilled out and warm town awaited us. On arrival, our hostel owner told us that Cafayate had it's own, even more laid back timetable from the rest of Argentina. Apparently from 1-6pm, most places close. 5 hour siesta! We expected this to mess up any plans we had...and then we realised that to make plans in Cafayate is unnecessary. ...

Christmas on the Road

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... the gear too high for the uphill road, and too low for the plain sections. After arriving in a village halfway between Tucuman and Cafayate, the driver was finally convinced to give up the broken vehicle and change buses. After a journey as exhausting as spectacular we arrived in Cafayate; we took a taxi and went to the hostel we had booked a few days before, only to find out that, apart from a couple of the usual stray dogs, the whole place seemed almost deserted and there was nobody ...

The grape escape

A travel blog entry by danarol


... were a little bit unsure what to expect as neither of us had been to a bodega before, apparently you just walk in and ask to taste the wine and most of the time it's free. It seemed a bit bizarre that you can just walk in and ask for wine without signing up for a tour or tasting session but that's exactly how it worked. We did sign up for a tour at what turned out to be our favourite bodega. While we were waiting for the tour to start we had 25 minutes to kill so rather than just ...

Finally arriving in Cafayate

A travel blog entry by graybeard


... del Valle surrounded by the peaks of the Sierra del Aconquija. (The name of the bus company that serves Cafayate is Alconquija.)

We traveled across the valley then back down the other side of the mountain out of the forest and, obviously, into the mountain's rain shadow because the terrain became very reminiscent of the American Southwest. Dry sandy desert landscape with scrub and cactus growing, surrounded ...


A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie


... br> Despite the panic-inducing climbing and the hostage situation, we were leaving Cafayate feeling very relaxed. We could definitely have spent another week here, as we left a lot unexplored (it's apparently another great wine region, and there are some bizarre landforms outside town in the Quebrada de Cafayate). But we're excited to get to the next part of our trip!

Next stop: Salta, and our eagerly-anticipated efforts at Gaucho-style horse-riding! Hilarity will surely ensue.


This hotel is located on Ruta 40 , Cafayate.
Map this hotel

Other places to stay in Cafayate