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Lonely Planet review
Pedro and Nahir Clariget's unpretentious ranch-style home, 50km southwest of Tacuarembó, offers a first-hand look at real gaucho life. Guests are invited to accompany Pedro and his friendly cattle dogs around the 636-hectare working estancia on horseback, participate in daily estancia routines and sip mate on the patio at sunset in anticipation of Nahir’s tasty home cooking.
Call in advance for driving directions or to arrange pickup at Tacuarembó’s bus station (UR$1300 roundtrip for a group of any size).
Our independent authors have visited Yvytu Itaty and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Tacuarembó.
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