Posada Inti Tanpu
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Posada Inti Tanpu Tilcara
Travel Blogs from Tilcara
... so colorful they seem fake: the most beautiful one, the mountain of the seven colors, looks like a giant cake of many layers and strange colors. The village itself is quite nice, and the faces of the people constantly remind you how close Bolivia is and how much you are moving away from Argentina and the European origins of its inhabitants. On the way back, chaos again: a huge traffic jam a few kilometers long, caused by the latest storm that flooded the highway with a river ...
So after an "eventful" bust trip, 4hrs later we hit Tilcara - what an awesome little town!! Really quaint, artesan little town, also in some of the most amazing surrounds.. aah, I think it really is a special little town.. we had booked into a hostel at the top of the main road, so had some awesome views over the town and the surrounding mountain ranges very pretty. But unfortunately, a bit too “hipp’ish” a hostel for my taste... Man, ...
... the biting cold. Plus a long long check by the Bolivian military letting us get out of the bus in the middle of the night to search our luggage - and confiscate a few little bags of coca leaves people were chewing - as it is usual and perfectly legal in Bolivia.
I am still grateful to my neighbour, a young Bolivian guy travelling to Buenos Aires, for sharing his blanket with me when he saw I was freezing although I had my warmest clothes ...
... I JUST made it to Humauaca in time for the game only to learn that my Hostal didn't have WiFi ...I frantically searched for a restaurant in town that had WiFi and thankfully found one! I got kicked out of the restaurant I was in just as the third period started (Because they were closing ...not because I was being unruly!) and freaked out thinking I ...
... through the lot.
Once all was packed I and others left and headed into Cafalate for breakfast.
A few of the old team left and started their journey to Tilcara and just after that I left also. Within ten miles the wonderful Argentinean scenery had begun. This was yet another mountain pass but was of a totally different nature from any of the others. This was not quite a mountain range but more like massive walls of sandstone coming out from the ground. ...