La Rioja: Cuevas De Perez High Mountain Shelter

La Rioja.
Famatina.
To restore the former mining refuge and the disused mountain shelter.
This lodging serves as base for those carrying out climbing trips on four-wheel drive vehicles and other modalities to stations 8 and 9 of La Mejicana Mine, as well as to the hills of Famatina mountain range system, like Viuda Negra and General Belgrano.
Dorms are proposed for expeditions; facilities for the equipment of service suppliers; gastronomy and restrooms.
The excursion to La Mejicana Mine is an important tourism hub attraction for both national and foreign demand in the province.
Famatina is an emerging tourism destination that is characterized by its agricultural activity; for mining and for tourism. Famatina mountain range system stands out, being one of the most important natural and historic-cultural attractions of the province. It is an area of great geological; mining; archeological; historical and environmental value; ideal for activities in contact with nature, as well as history as it counts with La Mejicana Mine.
It is associated to the Deserts and Volcanoes Natural Route, with memorable landscapes, with deserts; volcano fields; raging rivers through impressive canyons and dunes among the great attractions of the region that include national and provincial parks, archeological and paleontological sites and part of the emblematic National Route 40.
Tourism accommodation – Mining tourism.
Aimed to local, national and foreign tourists.
USD 500,000 to 600,000 (5 dorms)
The province promotes the development of accommodation investments in this area as part of the productive corridor that it fosters as a tourism attraction.
Nature tourism; adventure tourism related to La Mejicana Mine; trips on four-wheel drive vehicles; hiking; and altitude trekking.
Chilecito; City of La Rioja and Nonogasta.
Consolidate nature tourism and to strengthen emerging destinations in the province of La Rioja.

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La Rioja: Cuevas De Perez High Mountain Shelter

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