In the middle of a landscape, which has been painted with a range of colors wisely combined by nature, here you will find the Hotel Tayka del Desierto – in the heart of the Siloli Desert (4.600m above sea level). It is located in a place called “Ojo de Perdiz“, named after a natural spring which was found in its proximity and now supplies the water to the hotel.

In harmony with the Andean landscape, this hotel opens its doors to welcome visitors from all over the world, offering the opportunity to get to know one of the most beautiful places in South America: The Eduardo Abaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve located at an altitude between 4,200 m (13,800 ft) and 5,400 m (17,700 ft) in Bolivia, it extends over an area of 714,745 hectares (1,766,170 acres) and includes the Laguna Colorada National Wildlife Sanctuary. Categorized under IUCN Category IV, it is primarily for the protection of birds that inhabit the different lagoons in the reserve. The reserve protects part of the Central Andean dry puna (oligothermic) ecoregion. The reserve’s major attractions are erupting volcanoes, hot springs, geysers, lakes, fumaroles, mountains and its three endemic species of flamingos in particular.

The Arbol de Piedra is a volcanic rock formation in the Desierto Siloli in Bolivia.

Due to its strategic location, this hotel is the key for a incomparable transition of this region and its natural attractions.