The most scenic place to stay is Yumani – high on the ridge – where guesthouses are growing faster than coca production. Cha’llapampa and Cha’lla have basic options. Hotels often close or shut down for weeks on end, so plan on being flexible. If camping, it’s best to ask permission from the local authority and then set up away from villages, avoiding cultivated land (a nominal payment of B$20 should be offered). With no cars and no roads, and just a wild series of walking paths, it can be difficult to find the hotel you are looking for. Ask around, and try to see a few before settling.