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These ruins are relatively unknown and are very well preserved and set in beautiful surrounds. The site is a small pukara similar to the Quilmes ruins and was an important strategic point for protecting the mountain pass from Tafi del Valle before...more
After about an hour drive from Cachi on road 33, the scenery is great, with numerous cactus against a backdrop of snow capped mountains.
If you are lucky, you may see guanaco llamas around the San Obispo pass.
We drove up from Salta into this national Park and the change in scenery as you drive up into the valley and then the climb up into the park changes rather quickly, from lush green to dry cactus country. I was quite happy to be...More
We drove through the park on our way from Cache to Salta. This is an amazing, huge high altitude national park - didn't have a lot of time but stopped to check out the cactus a few areas. Don't get many of these in Australia....More
We travelled though this park during Jan 2018 and the weather during this time was hot and we loved it. The scenery and the cacti around this park is something else. We have not seen this many cacti in one area ever, some very old,...More
This park is amazing. It had stunning vistas, cactus too numerous to count and occasional wildlife; we saw a pair of condors high in the sky. It’s nice to have a guide drive you so you can devote your full attention to the scenery.
This part of the province of Salta is quite desertic. The soil, mostly in hues of pink, suggests high iron and aluminum content. Strange gologic formations stud the scenery and different types of cacti, many reminiscent of sahuaro cactus, populate the plains. It is surprising...More
We departed the Sala de Payogasta Hotel at 9 AM on the nicely paved road driving eastward 32km to reach the signed entrance to this park. There were long vistas in all directions with wild flowers up close and mountains in the distance, so opportune...More
What a treat to come across this absolutely gorgeous park, a landscape of massive cacti nestled within a stunning backdrop of rock formations. We came upon it late in the day with dramatic light and were transfixed.