- Price from:
- 160 ARS /person
- +54 387 4215625
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- Location Start:
- your Salta hotel
- Location Finish:
- your Salta Hotel
- Start time:
- 07.30 pm
- We Speak:
- Russian, German, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, French, English
Last updated: 04/06/2009
Colours - Wine - and more...
First, we go to the Lerma Valley (where Saltenian Tobacco is grown) until we reach the rail station of Alemanía; then, we go to the unique Las Conchas Gorge which has several geological formations created by wind and rain erosion and which received different names such as La Garganta del Diablo (The Devil's Throat), El Anfiteatro (The Amphitheatre), El Sapo (The Frog), El Fraile (The Friar), Los Castillos (The Castles), Las Ventanas (The Windows) and other.
When we reach Cafayate, we visit some wine cellars, where you will learn about how grapevines are grown, the making of wines and you will be able to taste excellent wines. Then we have lunch, take a stroll around the town and, in the afternoon, we come back to Salta, doing several photo stops.
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- We are a Travel Agency located in the city of Salta, whose members are tourism professionals who have devoted their lives to their careers.
Our main goal is to transform a simple tour into a Personal Experience, where quality and kindness are our top priorities.
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