Wind your way through forested gorges and lush valleys to Tafí del Valle on this half-day tour from Tucumán. Admire the Jesuit architecture and alpine scenery of the town at 2,000 meters above sea level, then visit nearby landmarks like the Los Sosa River Gorge, La Angostura Dam and the Los Menhires archaeological site.
Keep your eyes fixed firmly on the scenery rather than the road on a day trip to the Calchaquíes Valley, home to some of Argentina’s aboriginal communities, that saves you the hassle of car hire. Overcome the language barrier and delve deeper into local culture in Tafí del Valle, a mountain-surrounded city with a rich history.
We cross Yerba Buena road to the Rinconada, to begin the ascent through the exuberant Jungle of Yungas to Villa Nougués, built between hills and ravines. A few kilometers further on are Loma Bola and San Javier with Cristo Redentor. Finally we arrive at La Cascada, where we will make a mini trekking through the Yunga. Then Raco and El Siambón await us with their monastery of Benedictine monks.
Don’t let limited time stop you seeing the best of the Calchaquíes Valley—cover more top attractions in less time on a day trip that includes stops at Tafí del Valle, the Quilmes ruins, El Mollar archeological site, and more. Letting someone else drive lets you enjoy the scenery, while your guide puts ancient ruins into context.
Opt for an activity-packed tour of the Calchaquíes Valley on a day trip that covers far more attractions than typical tours. Skip the stress of driving and navigating as you're transported via Ruta 307 between top sights such as the Quilmes Ruins, Angostura Dam, and Cafayate, where you'll have the chance to indulge in Argentinian wine.
This tour through southern Tucuman invites tourists to visit some of the most thriving cities in the province and to immerse themselves in the history of villages that grow year after year and retain their distinctive seals.
A tour to see the historic center of Salta with its Cathedral, Cabildo, San Francisco Church, San Bernardo convent, monument to Güemes, San Bernardo hill, the summer village of San Lorenzo and the artisan market.
Catamarca, a province that is located 1,151 kilometers from Buenos Aires and sits about 500 meters above sea level. It is a beautiful province that combines beautiful natural landscapes with a wide variety of artistic and cultural attractions.
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