Cafayate (Spanish pronunciation: [kafaˈʒate]) is a town located at the central zone of the Valles Calchaquíes in the province of Salta, Argentina. It sits 1,683 metres (5,522 ft) above mean sea level, at a distance of 189 kilometres (117 mi) from Salta City and 1,329 kilometres (826 mi) from Buenos Aires. It has about 12,000 inhabitants (2001 census [INDEC]).
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5 based on 2 reviews
wonderful road to visit in the morning or at around 5pm it takes around 3 hours to visit all the spots (anfiteatro, gargenta de diablo,las ventanas,
4.5 based on 592 reviews
A beautiful rock formation, there was a man playing the quena and it sounded great. Is a fast kind of trip, in and out; we stayed a few minutes listening to the live music. Is worth the time visiting plus the road offers fantastic views.
4.5 based on 870 reviews
All along route 68, there are incredibly stunning rock formations, many named by the locals or visitors, with names that remind you of people, andimals or plants. La garganta del Diablo (or Devil's Throat), is, as you might imaginne, an impressive narroing of the road, with sheer walls rising to the sku on both sides fo the road. Whether this was the result of tectonic plates being pushed towars the sky, or the work of running water over millions of years, remains to be determined. it is a beautiful sight, though.
4.5 based on 360 reviews
We had a lovely walk here. We took our hire car to the entrance to save time, but you can also walk or cycle from town. At the start of the trail you are met by several local guides offering their services; we decided to go it alone to save money and for more of a challenge! Most of the way the trail was easy enough to find - we just followed the footprints really. The only difficult parts are where you have to climb over rocks or cross the river. A couple of times we had to turn round and try a different way! But if you just follow the canyon up you can't go too wrong. The hike was really fun - more like scrambling or rock climbing in places! Don't try it in flip flops. Gorgeous scenery. We didn't make it as far as the last waterfall as we ran out of time and had to turn round (had to get back to Cafayate by the afternoon). We saw several small ones and the first of the final three though. The last part looked the most challenging to find the correct route - it was all over rocks so no obvious footprints. There were a few other people doing it with guides, so if you got stuck you could always just wait and follow them though!
4.5 based on 236 reviews
We drove our rental car 5 km southwest from our Cómodo Apartamento. The upward slopping sandy road ends at the mountain foot providing great long valley views. Their well tended garden lawn provides an excellent spot to relax before/after their 70 Ap four wine tasting. Lovely afternoon visit.
4.5 based on 891 reviews
For the price ($60 Argentinian), it is certainly worth a visit. It describes in utmost poetic terms the ingredients that make wine so special: the earth, water, climate, and the hands of people that make wine. It is a pleasant museum, no earthshaking information, in fact pretty simple. But again for the price certainly worth visiting.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
My friend and I arrived in a taxi with no reservation and were met by a friendly lady willing to do a tour immediately. Lucky us! She was well informed and spoke with perfect english. The winery is small so the tour didnt take too...MoreThanks for your visit and for your comments! Looking forward to see you again in Domingo Molina!
4 based on 166 reviews
This church makes a good photo back drop from the plaza- inside is typical of a Catholic church, except this one is not nearly as over the top ornate as you will see in Salta, not a bad thing, rather refreshing.
4 based on 196 reviews
We had a short and informative private tour with the junior (a young and energetic woman) winemaker. Followed by a tasting. Book in advance!
4 based on 495 reviews
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