Explore the Quebrada de Humahuaca, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that boasts beautiful landscapes rich in Andean culture and more than 10,000 thousand years of history, trailing back to the earliest first hunter-gatherers
Go rafting on Juramento River, with easy Level III rapids, taking in the stunning scenes of Juramento Canyon, with 65-million-year-old canyon walls that have yielded fossils and even dinosaur footprints
Discover Cafayate, the most important town in the Calchaquies Valley, and well known for its wines, especially the white grape Torrontés
See the dramatic horseshoe shaped falls of Iguassu and the lush Ibera Marshlands
Spend a fascinating day learning about the sport of kings, polo and even participate in a mini match
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