Talampaya National Park

General Features Considered as one of the most important tourist sites in Argentina, the Talampaya National Park is not only for its scientific value, but for its unique scenic beauty. Historically it was created as a Provincial Park in 1975 and then as a National Park in 1997. Its 215,000 hectares of surface protect bothRead More

Chaya: Tradiction and Culture

The Chaya is the long-awaited party for each Rioja, where you can not miss the water, flour, basil, friendship, sharing every February, a rite that endures of the ancestors who celebrated the end of the harvest. Year after year this tradition grows even more, which stands out for its unique essence in the country.

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Laguna Brava

The Laguna Brava Provincial Reserve located in the Andes mountain range in the province of La Rioja, is one of the most spectacular places in the country, due to the richness and multicolored beauty that is combined with history, flora and fauna of Puno, located at 4,300 meters above sea level, in the Puna region.Read More

La Mejicana

In the heart of Cerro Famatina one of the historical sites considered one of the most important in the world is located. In the height of mining in Argentina between 1900 and 1930, an air transport system called Cable Carril was built, a project executed by a German company. This system allowed to transport mineralsRead More