Ruta de los Seismiles, Tinogasta

(4.9/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
Take the scenic route along Ruta de los Seismiles, a long and winding road through picturesque quasi-desert landscape. You'll pass mountain ranges in all manner of colors, sparse vegetation, and unusual wildlife in natural habitat. Tackle the 200 km (124 mi) stretch in your own car or with a guided tour; the latter option makes the trip come alive with information and stories on the area. Animals frequently spotted along the route include groups of pink flamingoes, guanaca, and wild donkeys. To visit Ruta de los Seismiles on your trip to Tinogasta, use our Tinogasta holiday planner.
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  • Very good scenery and very quiet, ideal to spend the whole day, taking pictures, see native animals and unwind.
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  • We had an open day. The route 60 impeccable, little traffic. The pasisaje that change km to km took a little migration: advice for those with children, parents should appear 2 on the ID of the child or take birth. Very exciting to the pass, 4760 msnm, but disappointed to find the sign that we hoped to photograph shot by the side of the road (as we say a policeman then, 2 years ago). Very cute ride to fill are those eyes of mountain. There is a cave of thermal water at a short distance from the stop where migration, where is also has very good view of San Franciso and Incahuasi is made.
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  • Did the ride of ida to Chile and to the return of the country neighboring. Imposing volcanoes invite you to admire them
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  • Fantastic location, good quality care recommend
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