- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lunajuim El Chalten
Hotel design lacks a little inspiration, but the service makes up for it. reat location, though you're not far from anything in El Chalten. The fire is a really cosy place to sit when the wind is howling outside.
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... I definitely wasn't as experienced as the other three. I was somewhat nervous. We were picked up at 9:00 from the hostel and drove about thirty minutes out of town. We were given our horses and took off across the estancia with one of the ranchers. Well there was definitely no going slow. We galloped around and admired the beautiful valley we were riding in. There was a rainbow at one point but I couldn't get my horse to stop enough to take a picture as ...
... down, I turned around and the clouds seemed to be clearing. I kept taking pictures saying to myself that it was now a clearer view than the last picture. In the end, I took far too many pictures of the same image but I did manage to get one with an almost clear few of the spires. Overall it is a very picturesque area and well worth the stop if coming to Argentina. With that being said, be forewarned about siestas and Sunday closings. There are a few places that do cater to ...
... brought by 8 so went back to hostel had a shower then pretty much emptied my backpack albeit something to sleep in and something to wear tomorrow. I even threw in my carry cases too. Dropped that off then tried to find out about andesmar buses as they'd been quoted as the cheapest in El calafate but no joy and ended up in chalten travel asking options. Was told best to leave on an odd day go to Los Antiguos stay one night then bus leaving from there to El bolson ...
... Huge mountains of Fitz Roy overlooking the Laguna de los Tres. The clouds even parted ways. Spectacular!!!!!! Now to climb back down…..oh the knees! But it was actually not too bad. Again, I was really glad to have the hiking poles!!!
I got back to El Chalten after a quick stop along the way to see Laguna Capri - another lake with a camp site near by. I went at a pretty good pace as this route was also very flat ...
... had been worn (Matt and Nadine's panniers were ripped off every hundred metres or so here). As we descended to Lago Desierto, views of the lake with the spires of Mount Fitroy appeared before us. After pushing hard, not stopping for lunch, and throwing down nuts and fruit all day, we made it with an hour and a half to spare. Collectively, we managed plenty of falls and plenty of ripped panniers as we hurried through the tighter ...