A visit to the destination enshrined as Natural and Cultural Heritage of Humanity (UNESCO) crossing the homonymous ravine, discovering exceptional landscapes, towns and cultures. The change that occurs in the vegetation as you ascend is notorious.
A high altitude walk that takes us to see the most visited salt flat in the North of Argentina, passing through the most picturesque towns in the area. Delight your adventurous spirit with the most striking landscapes of the
Tour to the wine-producing center of the province, cradle of the Torrontés varietal, visiting the Quebrada de las Conchas, which originated in the Tertiary Era, 70 million years ago and separates the Lerma Valley from the Calchaquí Valley.
The magical little town of Cachi, located at the foot of the snow-capped mountain of the same name, is characterized by its colonial-style facades, with mansions set on the edge of narrow, cobbled streets.