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Hornocal: Full-Day Tour to the Hill of Seven Colors

1. Hornocal: Full-Day Tour to the Hill of Seven Colors

The adventure begins at approximately 7:00 AM with pickup from centrally-located hotels in Salta. Guests outside the city center may also choose to meet the group at the Tiamar Tarev Agency Office in central Salta.   Travel in the comfort of an air-conditioned van and enjoy the beautiful scenery along the National Route 9 on the way to Jujuy province where we visit the Quebrada de Humahuaca, a narrow mountain valley declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003. Stop in Purmamarca and admire the Hill of Seven Colors and its striking red and orange hues before exploring the main square and local craft stands. Continuing along Route 9, we reach the town of Humahuaca, located at 2,939 meters above sea level. Wander down to the Church of La Candelaria and visit the Independence Monument before enjoying free time for lunch. After lunch, enjoy 45 minutes of free time to explore Hornocal and its Hill of Fourteen Colors. Return along Route 9 to Salta City.

Salta: Andes Mountain Half or Full Day Trekking Tour

2. Salta: Andes Mountain Half or Full Day Trekking Tour

Start your day of nature exploration with a convenient pickup from your centrally-located hotel in Salta to be transferred to the beginning of your trail. The half-day option offers you a moderate-level 3-hour hike. Arrive at the ravine to climb paths that border the river, and gradually ascend on its slopes to reach different panoramic viewpoints, where you’ll get beautiful views of the city of Salta. Enjoy the vegetation of the yungas with epiphytic plants, climbers, and other spices typical of this biome.   If you choose the full day option, your hike will be 7 hours long at a more difficult level. Climb up the trails of La Quebrada to reach the mountains of Eastern Cordillera. Along the way, you’ll see imposing trees such as Ceibos, Nogales, Laureles, Cedars, Cebiles, Arrayanes, and Alders, among many others. You’ll pass lush ferns, epiphytic plans, and climbers characteristic of this biome. Catch amazing views of the Lerma Valley and Eastern Cordillera, reaching a height of almost 2400 meters. Enjoy a picnic lunchbox that includes water and fruit.

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What people are saying about Salta

Very nice trip. In the begining little bit difficult, because you need to climb up to the hill, but then the view are amazing. The local guide was perfect, even he did not speak english very good, we understand majority what he want to tell us.