La Rioja: Adobe House Inn

La Rioja.
Bajo Jagüé.
Development of an accommodation to provide services for excursions to Laguna Blanca Provincial reserve and to the High Mountains.
Install a lodging of up to 13 rooms in an adobe house to be restored, that currently counts with 570 covered square meters and 120 semi covered square meters.
Bajo Jagüé is the last locality with services on the way to laguna Brava, after traversing De Troya Gorge. Visitants can appreciate the local production and experience the life style of one of the most isolated localities of the province.
Laguna Brava Provincial Reserve is the second most important tourism attraction of the province after Talampaya National Park. Of outstanding landscape and biological beauty, it can be part of a future network of high mountain shelters in the North Region of the Andes Mountain Chain for expeditions and journeys.
Associated to the High Andes Natural Route, it covers a region of about 1,200 Km at the foot of the highest and most impressive peaks of the Mountain Chain. It is an ideal area for those practicing adventure tourism. It invites to climb mountains and traverse inhospitable and scarcely populated areas with astonishing landscapes.
Accommodation.
Local, regional, and national tourists.
USD 50,000 – 100,000.
No information available.
Nature and adventure tourism, especially high mountain activities; four-wheel drive trips; hiking.
Vinchina; Bajo Jagüé; Laguna Brava; Talampaya National Park; Ischigualasto Provincial Park.
Consolidate nature and adventure tourism and to strengthen emerging destinations in the province of La Rioja.

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