This is a lodge set up by three local communities. It is in the remote altiplano on the border with Chile and with Sajama volcano overshadowing the area, The lodge rooms are quite basic but the position of the lodges makes up for this. When the sun sets, it is really very cold, especially without double glazed windows and central heating. The water was cold and so apart my husband in a hardy moment, we didn't venture into the shower. I was there with my husband and daughter. We had a triple room, but ended up with myself and my husband in one bed keeping each other warm and our daughter in in another bed with 6 blankets on top of her. We also slept in our thermals and clothes. if you are going in the winter, take plenty of clothing with you. The food was lovely and the cooks were happy to pop some pop corn for our daughter. Washed everything down with coca tea, to help with the headaches we were getting from the high altitude. Definitely the place to stay if you come to Sajama National Park.