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Inkas Vivientes. Stay with a family

Stanza privata in agriturismo - Host: Daniel
16 ospiti15 camere da letto33 letti9 bagni condivisi
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[NON PROFIT & SUSTAINABLE] The families of "Inkas Vivientes" welcome you to be part of the family for one night or several days. If you want you can learn about weaving, tradicional medicine or help on the farm.

The price is for the night. We offer 3 meals a day. Breakfast S/. 15.00, Lunch S/. 20.00, DinnerS/. 20.00. We have vegetarian food options. If you want to join meals, please pay directly to the family.

Lo spazio
We have 50 member families. We will put you in a house of one family. More than just a stay, it is a real experience and a total immersion in the Quechua culture.

Every family is different. If you wish to eath together with them or help them cooking, just tell them. Most will say yes :-)

Accesso per gli ospiti
As we have a multitude of accommodations, it is difficult to say in advance exactly what you will have access to. But what we can guarantee to you is that you will have your own room, access to the garden and you will of course be able to walk around the community. There are also many opportunities for hiking in the mountains.

Altre cose da tenere a mente
We will give you the name of your family one day before per Whatsapp. So please write us your number.

Our vision of tourism: Tourism is and will remain our secondary activity. We are mainly a agricultural community. By allowing tourists to come to the area, we improve our daily lives, which allows us, for example, to pay for classes for our children or to buy food that doesn't grow in this altitude. We don't want mass tourism, we only accept a small number of visitors a year. Our goal is to protect and perpetuate our traditions and culture.

Other information : Can be cold during the night. We advice you to take warm clothings and torch light for the night.

There are families which just speaks Quechua and just a little Spanish.
[NON PROFIT & SUSTAINABLE] The families of "Inkas Vivientes" welcome you to be part of the family for one night or several days. If you want you can learn about weaving, tradicional medicine or help on the farm.

The price is for the night. We offer 3 meals a day. Breakfast S/. 15.00, Lunch S/. 20.00, DinnerS/. 20.00. We have vegetarian food options. If you want to join meals, please pay directly to the fa…
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Sistemazione per la notte

Camera da letto 1
4 letti singoli
Camera da letto 2
1 letto matrimoniale
Camera da letto 3
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 4
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 5
3 letti singoli
Camera da letto 6
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 7
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 8
1 letto matrimoniale
Camera da letto 9
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 10
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 11
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 12
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 13
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 14
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 15
2 letti singoli

Servizi

Essenziali
Colazione
Camera da letto con serratura
Ingresso privato
Parcheggio gratuito in strada
Parcheggio gratuito incluso
Non disponibile: Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio
Non disponibile: Allarme antincendio

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Ollantaytambo, Cuzco, Perù

The neighbourhood is a Quechua community. Nestled in the mountains, the village is made up of picturesque little houses crossed by a river. The inhabitants live in harmony with their environment and far from the stress of big cities. The landscape is exceptional and you will meet many animals: alpaca, llama, pig, cow, cat, dog, hamster,... However, it is a little isolated and there is only one small shop.
The neighbourhood is a Quechua community. Nestled in the mountains, the village is made up of picturesque little houses crossed by a river. The inhabitants live in harmony with their environment and far from th…

Ospitato da Daniel

Membro dal giorno luglio 2018
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As you will be welcomed by a family, they will be your "guide" during your stay. You will be able to accompany her in their daily tasks: weaving, agricultural work, traditional medicine,... If you wish to enjoy the tranquility of the village and its authentic atmosphere, you are free to do as you please.
As you will be welcomed by a family, they will be your "guide" during your stay. You will be able to accompany her in their daily tasks: weaving, agricultural work, traditional med…
  • Lingue: English, Español
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Regole della casa
Check-in: Dopo le ore 12:00
Check-out: 11:00
È consentito portare animali domestici
È consentito fumare
Salute e sicurezza
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