Safari to the Clouds, Salta
(4.5/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Ascend high up into picturesque mountain ranges and valleys of northwestern Argentina with Safari to the Clouds. This day-long truck tour starts at the crack of dawn and lasts until the evening for an adventure that climbs over 2,000 m (6,561 ft). A specially equipped truck brings you through lush wetland forest, arid desert, the charming village of Purnamarca, and finally to the foot of the scenic Mount of Seven Colors. Don't worry about bringing snacks: your trip includes meals, as well as wine and cheese. Add Safari to the Clouds and other attractions to your Salta trip itinerary using our Salta travel itinerary maker.
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  • First I want to clarify that the truck does not exist. Use it on photo but it is not real. However, that does not dull the Grand Tour. Detail: they include breakfast, but is given two hours after ascending to the combi. You must be 6.20 in the Agency. Take that into account. Our guide was John and genius, super attentive, willing to explain everything. And the driver Mauricio, super attentive also prepared. We returned with much mist, literalmnete not seen anything and the managed perfectly. Walk along the path of the train to the clouds, it is really beautiful. The barbarian lunch, breakfast tmb. As he warns, it is a long trip. They spend much time in the combi. Wear collar to rest. To finish the tour, they allow you a native wine, delicious bite. All in charge of the Guide! And already on the end, coffee / you and invoices. Throughout the trip, there is available water water-gas con etc. You reach the city at about 2230. Super recommended
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  • Excellent care and John the Guide and driver Dante very good attention. Very compliant. Punctuality in departure and meet as promised.
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  • A full day's walk from Salta to Purmamarca. The company Tastil was extremely responsible with timetables, bus structure, and there was even a treat at the end of the day: a picnic with cheeses and Torrontés grape wine (typical of the region) for passengers (the Guide and the driver, responsibly, don't drink). The Guide Juan was a baby, with an enviable cultural baggage and exuded a love of land, in addition to master with mastery the English. As the region itself, there are no words to describe the greatness of nature. I was amazed and I have something to say: BRAZILIANS go to NORTHERN ARGENTINA!!! Everything is beautiful, prices are affordable, the people are hospitable and honest. Congratulations congratulations Tastil Jumps.
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