Caverna de Las Brujas, Malargue

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Explore the dark caves ofthe city when you take a tour through Caverna de Las Brujas. The caves cover an area of 4.5 square km (2.8 square mi), although only the front few hundred meters are open to tourists. To enter the caves, you must have a guide who will provide you with helmets and lights. Expect to witness spectacular limestone formations like stalactites, stalagmites, water galleries, and huge, echoing halls. As you explore under ground, watch for the spiders and springtails that have made the caverns their home. Bats and mice also sometimes reside in the caves. For Caverna de Las Brujas and beyond, use our Malargue trip planning site to get the most from your Malargue vacation.
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  • The reality is that sites like witches cavern show us the ephemeral nature of our passage through the world. The tour is perfectly suitable and very fun for guys, in my case the child is 7 years old and could make the walk without problems. We must coordinate in the direction of Malargue tourism day and time of the visit. There is paid $230 wholesale and retail $115. The cave can be reached with conventional vehicle without difficulty. At the cave of the Brujas Ranger post paid to the Guide, which is assigned by tourism in Malargüe, $150 wholesale and $120 retail. If you are near the place, or pace for a few days, it is a trip not to be missed.
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  • If you went to Malargue and didn't know the cavern, something very important you missed. Amazing place formed by nature for many years. If you go, look, respetalo and enjoy it.
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  • I strongly recommend this visit. It's a great experience. Take good sneakers, long pants and a light jacket. Don't take anything with you (like a bag, glasses or keys - you can leave the car keys with...  more »
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  • The best visit. Thousands of stalactites, stalagmites, Mantles, history, explore a cave with all those nooks and crannies that tell you the story of thousands of years. I never saw anything like. The super recommend
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  • Is exclusive, excellent guide, the guys (q enter according to age and height) enjoyed it to the fullest. It should have at least some physical state.
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  • Excellent. It exceeds any expectation imaginable. It is worthwhile to know this place
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  • It's beautiful!!! You're inside mountain on a tour of approx. 2 hours but without need for water and there is no be fovia to darkness... (most with lanterns).
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  • Excellent tour! Impressive caves, I loved it!
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