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Pasaje 35 km 17, San Salvador de Jujuy Y4604IFA Argentina
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#1 of 50 in San Salvador de Jujuy
Aldea Luna is a Private Natural Reserve, settled in the Argentinian Northwest, in the Biosphere Reserve of the Yungas.We have more than 15 km of trails to treck and 2 very nice cabins to stay. We receive visitors and volunteers!!!!
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Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Walking tours
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
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Bath / shower
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Mountain view
City view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, German


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Marcelo P wrote a review Mar 2020
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Wonderful place l. Joy, sense of community and love with nature. Eli, Martin and Anna are a beatiful family and let us confortable and greateful. It was a great time spending my vacation days with them.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled
norascharbach wrote a review Mar 2018
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I spend my first weeks in Argentina at Aldea Luna. When I left this place, to go on traveling, it felt like leaving home again. I felt so welcome from beginning on.. the family is so friendly, open minded and warm by heart. The place is just beautiful and you can really escape from the busy life and take rest. I loved the work as a volunteer.. helping out in the kitchen or in the garden. I will definitely come back if I have the opportunity!
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Travelled
thekirkmachine wrote a review Sep 2017
Alameda, California1 contribution
My wife and I stayed with Martin and Elisabeth and volunteered in their beautiful Aldea Luna Reserve for 5 weeks last year. When we left it was an emotional parting. We were traveling through South America for a year and after a few months in Patagonia, we had to come back and visit Aldea Luna again and stay for another week before saying goodbye again. It's hard to imagine that you'll find a more loving, thoughtful and good natured group of people. The location is remote and beautiful up in the mountains outside San Salvador de Jujuy. It's a peaceful place where you split your time between your volunteer hours, and time to explore the natural habitat, hike, explore and have some unplugged time to reflect, write read and enjoy yourself. You can study Spanish with Elisabeth in the afternoon and Aldea Luna is a great place for anyone wanting to improve their Spanish. Martin and Elisabeth love speaking in Spanish with volunteers who speak Spanish as a second language. The work varies from planting and harvesting vegetables to construction, landscaping, repairs, cooking and lots more. There is a sense of family and community at Aldea Luna that imbued all of my time there. Elisabeth and Martin welcome each volunteer with so much love and appreciation. We shared meals together, worked together and once a week or so had a great party where Martin might DJ and play some great tunes. Don't miss out. If you have a chance to spend some time at Aldea Luna, do yourself a favor and check it out.
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Date of stay: October 2016Trip type: Travelled
Paul wrote a review Jun 2017
Switzerland3 contributions1 helpful vote
Aldea Luna is a small paradise in the middle of the jungle. Not only is the family super kind and nice, but the place is simply amazing. It is very authentic and simple which makes it a true experience in a trip. The work is nice and not too hard, you ve got the afternoon for yourself, to wander around the beautiful nature or just hang out with the many travelers in the house. I have stayed there one month and met so many amazing people. Elizabeth and Martin I want to give you a big thank you (and a big hug) for welcoming with such warmth in your family. I hope the dogs are doing well and that Gringa grew up well :) Take good care, love
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Date of stay: July 2016
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louiseut wrote a review Feb 2017
Thisted, Denmark1 contribution1 helpful vote
My honest opinion about the place: Many good things, and some not so good. I will start with the bad stuff. I didn't feel that people were treated egualy. - I felt that argentinians came in first priority in front of other people, in many ways - The tasks weren't equal: some people had to do the hard jobs every day, when other people could choose more independently. That is not fair in my opinion. The full time volunteers worked all day, from early in the morning until late in the evening, with only one break of 1,5 - 2 hours in the afternoon. If I asked or said anything about these things, there would come a big conflict out of it. Not much room for constructive critisism. I founded it pretty expensive to live there, as a "half time volunteer" compared to the hours we worked in a day (compared to other places in workaway and woofing) Besides this, the food was really nice, and it is a really beautiful place with a lot of possibilities for hiking. I really liked that there was space for healing: For example if you had a blister on your foot, you would get a task for the day, where the foot could breath and the blister could heal. They worried and cared about us, and wanted to make sure that you could work in the shadow if it was hot, and they made sure that we caried frutes and water when we went on hikes. It was nice that you could choose for yourself how many days you wanted to be there. (The price is higher per day, if you stay less than a week though) And generally there was a really good feeling of togetherness and good vibes between the volunteers. I wish that the place could be run in a little bit of a different way, but overall it was a good experience to live and work in Aldea Luna.
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Date of stay: December 2016Trip type: Travelled
ArgentinaNorthern ArgentinaProvince of JujuySan Salvador de Jujuy
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Frequently Asked Questions about Reserva Natural Aldea Luna
What are some of the property amenities at Reserva Natural Aldea Luna?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Reserva Natural Aldea Luna?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Reserva Natural Aldea Luna?
Conveniently located restaurants include Los Nogales Truchas Del Norte, El Refugio, and Los Sauces.
Does Reserva Natural Aldea Luna have airport transportation?
Yes, Reserva Natural Aldea Luna offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Reserva Natural Aldea Luna?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and German.
Does Reserva Natural Aldea Luna have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the city view available here.