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Experience historic sites, stunning scenery and sample exquisite Argentinian wine.
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six nights accommodation, meals as indicated, sightseeing as specified, services of a local English speaking guide and transportation.
Culture & Heritage
The northwest of Argentina is an area of spectacular scenery, from deep canyons to snow-capped mountains, multi-coloured deserts to semi-tropical forests. It is also one of the few places in Argentina where you can view pre-Columbian and Incan sites and artefacts. Visit the main sites of the historic city of Tucuman and discover the colourful Indian villages of Salta.
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Arrive in Tucuman and this afternoon enjoy a city tour of this historic city, seeing the main sites.
Travel to Cafayate by road and enjoy the stunning scenery of the valley and visit Tafi del Valle, Menhires and Quilmes Ruins. The entrance to the Valley of Tafi is simply breathtaking. In its centre rests the dam 'La Angostura'. (B)
Visit a winery, famous for its production of Torrontes. After lunch, travel to Salta through the Quebrada de las Conchas (the Shells' Gorge) and the Lerma Valley. (B)(L)
The morning is at leisure. This afternoon tour the city of Salta and surrounding area. (B)
Today visit picturesque Humahuaca Gorge, stopping along the way to visit colourful Indian villages. (B)
Today is at your leisure. (B)
Transfer to the airport. (B)
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5 Days / 4 Nights
Discover the fruity and tasty wine of Argentina on this 5 day tour through Salta and Cafayate.
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