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. Put Caverna de Las Brujas into our Malargue trip itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Activity to enjoy even with children. It is an unmissable walk where you can learn much of caves. The guide that we had was excellent. To get requires a car, since fail means of transport to the place. He is accessed by route and then road gravel. Tickets are purchased at the Ministry of tourism in Malargüe, so do not go direct to the place. A part in the Secretariat and part is paid guide before the excursion. Wear clothes warm since inside the cave long cold. We were outside with muscular and in sweater and jacket.
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  • It is a place to not let go. This was our second visit, after almost 20 years. It is very interesting to appreciate what is in places like this, which can be accessed in a few places in the world.
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  • You have to book time at the Tourist Office on Route 40. Located approximately 80 km from Malargue towards the South by route 40, at the junction being Bardas Blancas 8 km are made by a gravel road. The tour lasts two hours in the depths of the cave. It is surprising what you see, incredible formations, stalactites and stalagmites. Deep darkness. You should go with comfortable clothes, good shoes and willing to get dirty. Not recommended for claustrophobic or those in very poor physical condition. The guides are excellent.
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  • Cave of the Brujas is the pocket of limestone of largest known up to the present in Argentina. It is an area of great beauty, where the water has dug deep underground galleries, carving various unique forms of stalactites, stalagmites, columns, veils, coral formations... You can visit out entrance to the reserve at the tourist office. If they roam the area are that it is very good
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  • Unemployment. Months programming a trip to Mendoza that included many cities and activities to be carried out. One week before arriving to Malargue we called to book the visit to the witches cavern and got an appointment, all very cordial. Two days before the visit call us by phone to let know us that the visit was canceled by the guides stop. Unfortunately one goes on vacation to relax, unwind and forget even momentarily of family problems, the country or everyday life, but reality hits you in the head when these things happen. I do not put a star because the girls who called the office of tourism in Malargüe were very friendly and tried to find me several times already while in the mountain, not always had signal in the cell.
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  • It is an amazing place! It is located in MalargÜe Mendoza. It is monitored by guides, and is a place full of adventures and tourist activities. It is highly recommended to visit it!
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  • Beautiful natural area. Completely care. A single booking
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  • Beauty! Many thanks to Mari that guide us told many stories of the place! an unforgettable experience!
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