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This is one of the must-do sites around Malargue. You need to book your tour the day before, and pre-pay part of it, at the tourist info centre in town. The road is paved most of the way, only the last 8 km are not...More
I strongly recommend this visit. It's a great experience.
Take good sneakers, long pants and a light jacket. Don't take anything with you (like a bag, glasses or keys - you can leave the car keys with the forest rangers when you check in). You...More
If you are in Malargüe you have to visit Caverna de las Brujas! It's an absolutely extraordinary place, where no light and no sound whatsoever enter from the external world. It's just you and and the magical, dark cavernous environment, full of amazing stalactites and...More
A chance to experience the total dark and silence (except for water dripping). My initial lack of confidence evaporated as we progressed through the tour using hard hats and head lamps. The rock formations are fine but if you have visited caves that have been...More
It is a cave that has enabled tourism travel approximately 100 yards. You have to go with guides and be very cautious and not suffer confinement of enclosed spaces. There are no stalactites and stalagmites that nature resulted in many hundreds of years.
We went from Malargue to Caverna de las Brujas in a Regular Tour programmed for one of the 4 Tour operators that already work in Malargue. The guide was very good and he help us in all the route to Caverna de las Brujas. You...More