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Tolar Grande 3 days / 1 night

Saltando en el Salar de Arizaro

Let’s travel to the heart of the Puna (Northwestern Argentina high-altitude desert) and visit one of its smallest andean towns, a tiny oasis born from the mining industry and train workers. This three days tour will allow you to enjoy both the local’s kindness and the mindblowing landscapes such as El Desierto del Diablo (The Devil’s Desert), the amazing Ojos de Mar, the sand dunes, the impressive Arizaro salt flats and the mysterious Arita cone.

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Tour to Cafayate

Cafayate

The Cafayate area is famous for its vineyards, for their excellent wines (the best grape is the Torrontés type) and its wineries.
It is one of the most important cities inside of the tour to the calchaqui Valleys.

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Tour to Cachi

Cachi

Cachi is a small, beautiful village located northwest of the Calchaquí Valleys. It rests on the eastern side of the "Nevado de Cachi", a massive 6720 meters high mountain. It is bordered by the Calchaquí river whichs is born not far from there, on the top of the "Nevado de Acay", another massive mountain reaching 5950 meters above sea level.

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Puna & Salt Flats

Puna & Salt Flats

Also known as the “Trip to Altitude”.  This trip combines two excursions into one large trip: first, a journey to San Antonio de los Cobres.  Second, a visit to an small part of the “Quebrada de Humahuaca” (quebrada is a deep mountain valley or ravine), visiting the village of Purmamarca  and its “Mountain of 7 Colours”, after passing through the Great Salt Flats.

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Tour to Humahuaca Canyon

Humahuaca Gorge

The Humahuaca Canyon is a region rich in history and traditions. This area has been used as road and settlement over ten thousand years, and today still retains architectural and archaeological sites that are testimony to its long history and a population that keeps ancient customs.

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Salta City Tour

Salta City Tour

Today the city has grown considerably, but keeps intact the colonial spirit in many of its most important monuments and houses, making it the best city in Argentina which has preserved its architectural legacy.

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2 Days Tour Round to the Calchaqui Valley

Valles Calchaquies

The Calchaquí Valleys are a system of valleys and mountains that extend across the provinces of Catamarca, Tucuman and Salta, until near the border with Bolivia, which are surrounded by high peaks, as the Nevado de Cachi, with 6,700 meters above sea level.

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2 Days Tour to Iruya

Iruya

This magical place will forever remain in the memory of the visitor. Arriving in this isolated little village in the middle of the mountains is a true adventure. Iruya was founded in 1753 and is placed on the side of a hill. This is a town full of steep, pebble stone streets and buildings that appear to have been frozen in time and take you 200 years into the past. Iruya’s church is one of the oldest and most famous in the North and should not be missed.

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San Antonio de los Cobres

San Antonio de los Cobres

San Antonio de los Cobres is a typical village in the region of the Puna Salteña, with low houses, mostly built with mud blocks (adobe). Its name derives from the large amount of copper deposits of which exist near the village.

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