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Discover the fruity and tasty wine of Argentina on this 5 day tour through Salta and Cafayate.
Destinations > Argentina > Northern Wine Route
four nights accommodation, meals as indicated, sightseeing as specified, services of a local English speaking guide and transportation.
Culture & Heritage
Argentina’s northwest region is a region of incredible natural beauty and cultural contrasts where Indian folklore, traditions and art mix with the Spanish cultural heritage. It’s also home to the highest vineyards in the world. Experience a city tour of colonial Salta, visit the Wine Museum of James Turrell and learn about the characteristics of local wines from a professional sommelier while touring the wineries.
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Highest vineyards in the world
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Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel. This afternoon experience a city tour of Salta and its surroundings.
Depart to the Calchaqui Valley, climb through the Cuesta del Obispo and mill stone to 3620m. Visit the Wine Museum of James Turell before returning to Cafayate. (B)(L)
Visit the winery and Colome vineyards located at 2400m altitude, producer of red Cabernet-Malbec wines, a fruity wine of very good colour. Also visit the Wine Museum of James Turell before returning to Cafayate. (B)
Visit two main vineyards from the east of Cafayate well known as the best in the valley, El Esteco and El Porvenir de los Andes. Be guided by a professional sommelier who will explain the differences and characteristics of the wines whilst touring the wineries. (B)
Return to Salta. (B)
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10 Days / 9 Nights
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12 Days / 11 Nights
Argentina is full of traditional, historical and natural wonders just waiting to be discovered on this comprehensive journey.
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