La Rioja: El Condado Inn

La Rioja.
El Yeso Gorge – Castelli.
Lodging development in a strategic area to carry out adventure activities and trips on four-wheel drive vehicles.
Restructure an old school that is currently in disuse, owned by the province and under municipal tutelage into a lodging.
It is situated at the entrance point to El Yeso Gorge, route that connects with the two most important tourism attractions of the province: Talampaya National Park and Laguna Blanca Provincial Reserve.
The Gorge is an attraction that is requested for its nature and its trips on four-wheel drive vehicles, as Rally Dakar crossed through it. The environment is also ideal for nature tourism activities.
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, between Seismiles in Catamarca and Las Leñas Valley in Mendoza. 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.
Tourism accommodation.
Local; regional and national tourists.
No information available.
The land and building are owned by the province. The management is municipal. They must define the award modality.
Nature tourism; adventure tourism; cultural tourism.
Laguna Brava Provincial Reserve; Chilecito, Talampaya National Park; Los Colorados Reserve.
Consolidate nature tourism and strengthen emerging destinations in the province of La Rioja

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La Rioja: El Condado Inn

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