HUMAHUACA + IRUYA – 2 DAYS 1 NIGHT
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeCharming, Classic, Family-friendly, Food - Wine, Quiet, Romantic, Rural, Trekking, Trendy
Activity Level Leisurely
Group Size Medium Group
The tour begins with the arrival to the Pueblito de Purmamarca to observe the Hill of the Seven Colors, the Church and the Craft Market on the square. Pass through the Posta de Hornillos, continuing towards the town of Tilcara where you visit the Pucará and continue to Huacalera, step of the Tropic of Capricorn, from where you can see the colors of the hill called the Pollera de la Colla. Visit to the Church of Uquía, where there are the paintings of the Arcabuceros Angels (important vestige in the area of the Cuzqueña school). Arrival in Humahuaca with its important Cathedral and the Monument to Independence (El Indio) by the sculptor Soto Avendaño. Passing through the village of Iturbe and the Abra del Cóndor (3900 masl), arriving at the mouth of a small ravine where this small town, Iruya, of pre-Hispanic origin is located. The night is spent there and the next day the return to the city of Salta is undertaken in the afternoon. Does not include accommodation.
-Regular tour departs on Thursday and Sunday, pick up time around 07.00 to 07.30pm.
-Private tour departure schedule is coordinated previously with the passenger depending on their availability.
- Pick up and Drop Off at your hotel;
- English Speaking guide.