- Check-in time 14:00
- Check-out time 12:00
Visit Turismo Comunitario Salasaka to strengthen the Salasaka's indigenous culture and care the environment.
We have a guest house and a hostel. The guest house construction is mixed with modern and traditional architecture, it has a comfy bedroom for 5 people, a kitchen with warm chimney, a beautiful place to sit to enjoy meals, two big bathrooms with hot and cool water, gorgeous yard and a deeply garden. The hostel is constructed based on the traditional architecture its capacity is 25 people, with 11 rooms, private and shared bathrooms with hot and cool water, and it offers restaurant service. These two lodging services are qualified as tourist class hostels. Huasalata or Salasaka or the lodging establishments are surrounded by waterfalls and the most magic mountains and volcanoes. So, passengers can enjoy Baños de Agua Santa which offers amazing waterfalls and thermal waters and they can observe the Tungurahua active volcano since 1999. Also, they can hike to the Cotopaxi volcano or to the Chimborazo mountain which is the highest Ecuadorian mountain. Or, passengers can enter to the Amazon region in order to appreciate the natural jungle paradise.
Getting to know the NGO, Touristic tours, trail activities, walk to visit principle holly sites and hike to the near mountains.
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If you are coming from the north (Quito, Cotopaxi) or from the South Guayaquil or Chimborazo, or from the Amazonian region you need to take a taxi or public bus to the Comunidad Huasalata which is settled at north of Salasaka’s town, near/before to La Parroquia El Rosario, it is 7 minutes by car or bus, or 45 minutes walking. The guest house and the hostel and the project work place are settled in Comunidad Huasalata’s principle avenue entrance, next to the Asequia Albornos bridge. The reference is casa de eugenio espejo, “el cieguito”.
When visitors are in the community Huasalata or in Salasaka they can be part of the sustainable agriculture program with one of the project family; they can have traditional medicine ritual experience with local Yachak; they can join to traditional clothing making process; they can do pics with endemic leaves and flower petals then they can take as souvenirs; they are going to learn, watch, and dance at the traditional celebration (Inti Raymi); and they will taste succulent local food prepared with the fresh vegetables from the gardens. Also, they can have trail activities, walk to visit principle holly sites and hike to the near mountains. And, they can enjoy many other activities.
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