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Giramundo Hostel offers budget accommodations in Humahuaca, only 1312 feet from San Martin Square. With an artistic style, this lively hostel offers its guests free WiFi access and a daily breakfast. Friendly and helpful staff (if you speak Spanish) Good location and nice rooftop terrace.
Located in Humahuaca, Hostel La Humahuacasa provides a shared lounge and free WiFi. The property has a 24-hour front desk, a shared kitchen and currency exchange for guests. The hostel was very very nice! If was clean, beds were comfortable, breakfast very good (I love the pan!), friendly staff and warm water in the shower! :) Highly recommended!
El Sol Hostel de Humahuaca is located 2625 feet from the bus station. There are shared kitchen facilities and a daily breakfast is offered. Wi-Fi is free. The hostel is located at a very edge of the town, about 10 minutes walk from the bus station. The area is very quiet, which we liked a lot. The room was very comfortable, hot water in the shower, very good breakfast included (tea/coffee, fresh orange juice, dulce de leche, butter, jam, different kinds of bread and biscuits).
Located in Humahuaca, 28 miles from Tilcara, La Chakana Humahuaca - Dpto. 1 has a garden and free WiFi. There's a private bathroom with bidet and a hairdryer in each unit, along with free toiletries. Clean, comfortable and well run property run by a friendly couple
Only 656 feet from Humahuaca’s commercial area, Inti Sayana has practical rooms with private bathrooms. A daily breakfast is provided and the main bus station is 656 feet away. The place was very clean, breakfast top so far, host was just great and helped a lot. English spoken so very easy bed warm and comfortable. Best kitchen so far.
Located in Humahuaca, 28 mi from Tilcara, CASA DE PIEDRA provides a garden and free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. CASA DE PIEDRA offers a terrace. The lady who runs the house is very nice and accommodating. Our bus was delayed from the border and we got in extremely late. She was able to meet us and accommodate a late breakfast and checkout. The beds, room and bathroom are very comfortable and warm. Water is warm and house is very clean and beautiful. Definately stay here.
Humahuaca is a must if you are in Jujuy. Don't just pass by, stay there for a while! Go to the mountains, enjoy life in this lovely town and learn more about the culture in the museum of the "Patrimonio Cultural Intangible"!
A very interesting small town with lots of history and period charm. The local people are very friendly and helpful. There are a lot of small B&Bs, hostels, hostelerias. The many market stalls and small businesses were selling what looked like mass-produced tourist items; we did not find any real 'crafts people' there, but were not in shopping mode, either.
We traveled to Humahuaca to see the 14 colores yet we were unable to do that because of the bad weather... anyhow, the village is very small and one day there is enough. The best food we had was at the hostel La Puerta Verde that had various vegetarian options to choose from.
Sadly, I only arrived in the evening and spent one night there. I used the late afternoon to go to the viewpoint of El Hornocal, it's amazing! It's quite a long way there (~22km up the mountain) but it definitely pays off. In the evening, the traditional folklore festival took place in front of the monument of independency. It was just gorgeous! Local artists performing typical music. I wish I had more time to see the city itself and the museums.
It is not so easy to discribe. We also went to Purmamarca and Tilcara. In comparison to these towns Humahuaca is the most authentic place in respect to the dayly life on the streets! The inhabitants are - with proof - very proud of their history and what their ancestors have reached for "pais Argentina" to reach liberty from occupation. The monumento della indepencia is worth to be bisited and the old town is nice, especially in the evening. Several restaurants offer tourist but some also local food. The landscape arround is fantastic and excursionsvon all directions can be conducted. Humahuaca is a very good location to stay for a few days if one wants to explore the northern Jujuy region.
Humahuaca is a nice place to stay for a few days to explore the surrrounding area. There are plantyful of restaurants offered local cursines, the best one is Artiso Bar that have good live folk music every evening and good food.