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A desert with huge red walls that get lost at the horizon. Rocks being molded by nature for million years. The land inhabited by the oldest dinosaurs.
In La Rioja, an impressive water mirror that has become paradise for birdwatchers. A precious scenario to admire nature in all its splendor.
A journey exploring La Rioja’s Hills, among low hills and giant rocks, heading towards the best site in Argentina por condors watching.
Between the silver of the olive plantations and the land’s ochre, an excellent golf course suitable for majestic shots in the middle of the woods.
The province of the imposing Talampaya National Park also presents an enotourist circuit to discover the test and flavor of an authentic Argentine variety: the Torrontés.
One of the best kept secrets of the Argentine extended geography. At 18,000 ft above sea level, a crater surrounded by ice stalactites with an incredible turquoise water heart.
A road that crosses historic towns and multi-color lands: Talampaya National Park and Laguna Brava; olive groves, vineyards and walnuts.