City of origin / Buenos Aires / Iguazú: Catamaran sailing in Alto Paraná
Puerto Iguazu, Bertoni Port
Catamaran sailing in Alto Paraná
Unforgettable trips aboard the Catamaran, a new way to enjoy the magic of the waters, by the river Iguazú and Paraná. Departing from Puerto Iguazú (Argentina) towards Puerto Bertoni (Paraguay). We can also enjoy a Latin music show.
Iguazu: Waterfalls from the Argentine side. Great adventure in the Argentine Falls
Argentine Side Waterfalls, Salto Dos Hermanas, San Martín Falls
Waterfalls from the Argentine side
There are two circuits to cover: in the upper circuit you will have access to the panoramic views of the falls and the delta of the river Iguazú formed by a set of leafy islands (low difficulty, no stairs). The falls Dos Hermanas, Bossetti and El Chico will be visited until arriving at San Martín Island.
The lower circuit is a set of footbridges strategically designed to facilitate the most diverse views of the falls and an intimate encounter with the waterfalls and corners of the jungle. (High difficulty, with stairs)
After visiting both circuits, we start our way back to the hotel.
Great adventure in the Argentine Falls
The Great Adventure combines the essence of the Iguazú National Park: the jungle and the waterfalls in a single tour.
Departing from the operational center or from the visitors center, you enter the jungle through the narrow Yacaratiá trail in units designed for this particular environment. Bilingual guides (Spanish/English) will help interpret the natural and cultural riches of the place.
This vehicle tour ends at the Puerto Macuco jungle base. After descending 100 meters we will reach the pier where we will board the boats towards the area of waterfalls enjoying the plentiful rapids, up to the base of the Salto Tres Mosqueteros watching the set of Brazilian and Argentinean waterfalls, with the Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat) crowning the view.
Afterwards, the incomparable Salto San Martín is reached, second in size and the largest that a boat can approach.
Iguazú / Salta: Free day
Salta: Skirting the Train to the Clouds
Quebrada del Toro, El Toro Viaduct, Santa Rosa de Tastil, San Antonio de los Cobres
Skirting the Train to the Clouds
Taking a parallel route to the railway tracks of the Train of the Clouds, through the Quebrada del Toro, the landscape transitions between thick vegetation and the appearance of the first cardones.
During the trip you can observe the outstanding maneuvers of the Train of the Clouds, such as the Viaduct El Toro, the zig-zags of the Alisal and Chorrillo, and getting to know places like El Candado, El Gólgota, Alfarcito, among others.
We will visit the pre-Inca city of Santa Rosa de Tastil, one of the most important cities in whose ruins houses, burial sites and streets are perfectly distinguishable.
We continue by the Finca La Encrucijada, to begin the ascent to the Cuesta del Muñano and to ascend in Abra Blanca until arriving at 4080 MASL. Next, we will arrive in San Antonio de los Cobres, the main city of the Department of the Andes.
Salta: Quebrada de Humahuaca (Quebrada de Humahuaca)
Purmamarca, Cerro de los Siete Colores (Hill of the Seven Colors), Tilcara, Humahuaca, Quebrada de Humahuaca (Quebrada de Humahuaca), San Salvador de Jujuy
Quebrada de Humahuaca (Quebrada de Humahuaca)
A trip through the creek declared World Heritage, where the landscape and colors of the hills are combined with the equally colorful cultures that inhabit this area.
The experience, based on the social contact and the knowledge of the ancestral, begins with the arrival to the village of Purmamarca to observe the Cerro de los Siete Colores (Hill of Seven Colors), the Church and the Handicraft Market of the square.
We go through the Posta de Hornillos, continuing towards the village of Tilcara to visit the Pucará. Then continue to Huacalera, pass of the Tropic of Capricorn, from where you can see the colors of the hill called the Pollera de la Colla. You will also visit the Church of Uquía, where the paintings of the Harquebusier Angels are found (an important vestige in the area of the Cuzco school).
Then comes Humahuaca, with its important Cathedral and the Independence Monument (El Indio) by sculptor Soto Avendaño. After lunch we start again to observe from the route the Paleta del Pintor (Painter's Palette) that frames the town of Maimara.
Upon arrival in San Salvador de Jujuy you will visit the Hall of the Flag and the Cathedral Church, with its characteristic pulpit carved in wood and laminated in gold, and the statues of Lola Mora.
Salta / Buenos Aires / City of origin: Free day
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