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Full Day Tour to Cachi from Salta
"As the tour to Cafayate the group will take the Province Route Nº 68 where you will travel through Cerrillos La Merced and El Carril and from there you'll move to the P.R. Nº33. During this circuit you will discover the amazing landscape of the Gorge of Escoipe and “Los Laureles”. Then you will begin through the well-known “Cuesta del Obispo” (Bishop Slope) which is a winding road surrounded by breathtaking rock formations and naturals walls. In this part of the tour
From $50.00
 
Day Trip to Cachi and Calchaquí Valleys from Salta
"The trip begins in the Lerma Valley through El Carril continuing to Chicoana. You'll enter the Quebrada de los Laureles (The Laurel´s Gorge) and travel soon to the Quebrada de Escoipe (Escoipe Gorge). Afterwards you'll arrive at the Maray entering Cuesta del Obispo (The Bishop´s Cliff) road with abundant curves where it is possible to enjoy a panoramic view of the Enchanted Valley and other amazing landscapes. At Piedra del Molino (The Mill`s Stone) you'll reach 3.384 meters above the sea level the highest spot in your trip. Soon you'll cross Los Cardones National Park by the straight line of Tin-Tin (ancient Inca´s road). Arriving to Cachi
From $44.00
 
Underground Rivers and Mountain Trekking Tour from Salta
"Start your day with a pickup from your central Salta hotel at 8:00am. While en route cross part of the Lerma Valley in a 4x4 vehicle. Climb 3348 meters up the Obispo Slope as well. The slope lies along the famed Route 40 and is affectionately referred to as ""Bishop Slope"". Afterwards you will head down a perfectly straight line through Los Cardones National Park known as the Tin Tin Straight. The construction of the straight began during the period of the Incas and was finished at a later date. Next follow the granaries Devil's Bridge where the river plunges Calchaquí by underground caves. There
From $232.00
 
 
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