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Tacuarembo, Uruguay
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Reviewed November 23, 2017

We had an absolutely fantastic 5 night stay with Maria and Pedro. It has been a few weeks since our stay and I still feel a little home sick for Yvytu Itaty!! I am not sure whether I can fully explain how much we loved...More

Thank Cecilia C
Reviewed September 26, 2017

I visited Yvytu Itaty in February 2017. There were three of us. Before going, I read about it at 'Hostel Trail' and elsewhere online. This is what they advertised: " ...everything is homemade and all the work is done by hand, or using horses and...More

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Reviewed August 26, 2017

Great unforgettable moment, an authentic dive into the life of gaucho. Far from tourist scams, Nahir and Pedro welcome you with ease in their estancia, where you really participate in the life of gaucho.

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Reviewed May 22, 2016

This really was the experience of a lifetime, spending days on a remote cattle farm, horseback riding amongst the sheep and cows with the owner and his dog. Eating local food made from scratch and just chilling and chilling. Mind you, be prepared for a...More

1  Thank marieke245
Reviewed March 23, 2016

It took a bit of convincing my other half that it was going to be worth the 1 hour car journey from Tacuarembo on top of the 4 1/2 hour coach journey to Tacuarembo from Montevideo with a 2-year old in order to visit Yvutu...More

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