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New! Stargazing in the Atacama

Trip Length 13 days

From $7,995

  • Witness turquoise lakes, pure white salt beaches, flocks of pink flamingos, and spectacular stargazing under the clearest skies in the world
  • Experience the flavors of Argentina and Chile, from Buenos Aires street food, to world-renowned wineries, to a desert barbeque under the stars
  • Enjoy unique accommodations, including colonial hotels, elegant resorts, and luxury lodges and camps in captivating natural settings

Indulge all your senses on a remarkable South American adventure. Feast your eyes on the colorful art and architecture created by indigenous tribes and Spanish conquistadors, and magnificent landscapes shaped by nature’s hand. Savor delicious cuisines and wines. Listen to the lively music of life in Buenos Aires—the Paris of South America—and the mystical stillness of a desert where rainfall has never been recorded. Float in a serene lagoon and bask in the glow of a bonfire beneath galaxies of stars in a desert oasis. Along the way, relax in lodgings as beautiful as the scenery surrounding them, including Adventur Camp—South America’s first luxury nomad camp, inspired by the European aristocracy’s glamorous expeditionary camps in Africa and India.

Day 1: Arrive in Buenos Aires

Welcome to Buenos Aires! After being greeted at the airport, we'll transfer you to the hotel. Our exploration of the city begins in Plaza San Martin, where we'll meet expert naturalist guide Stella Frango for a guided tour on the Forgotten Language of Trees. Trees offered natural shelter in the pampas, and provided both food and medicine to natives—who learned to interact with them and live a life of harmony. We'll discover the many ways native and exotic trees, such as Timbo and Ceibo, can be used and enjoy legendary tales. Plaza San Martin is also an important location in Buenos Aires and we'll learn about its history.

  • Accommodation:Alvear Art Hotel

Day 2: Tour Buenos Aires’ parks, plazas, and porteños

Today we take an exclusive tour of Buenos Aires, led by a scholar from the university, who uses four parks and plazas of Buenos Aires (Plaza de Mayo, Parque Lezama and La Boca, Plaza San Martin and Recoleta) to introduce visitors to Argentina, its history, its contrasts, its contradictions and the characteristic psychology of the “porteños”, the inhabitants of Buenos Aires.

We then dive into the city’s street food scene, tasting our way through San Telmo to discover three of Argentina’s favourite delicacies. With the help of our passionate gourmet guide, Alejandro Frango, you’ll sample empanadas, a typical pastry from Argentina; choripan, an irresistible chorizo sandwich; and Argentina’s take on pizza. To finish off we’ll have a delicious dessert: Argentina’s own version of Italian gelato. After 3pm, you’re free to enjoy the rest of the day on your own.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Alvear Art Hotel

Day 3: Journey to Salta and Cafayate, a haven for wine lovers

Transfer to the airport to catch a flight to Salta City (3,758'). Upon arrival we’ll have a full day expedition to Cafayate (5,522'), home to the only true native varietal of Argentine wine: the fruity Torrontes. The journey begins on a tree-lined two-lane road, passing through peaceful towns along the way. Then the landscape starts to change; trees become scarce and the mountains can be seen in the distance. Here we enter the Quebrada de Cafayate (Cafayate Ravine), where the cliffs and crags come in every color: brick red, pale orange, yellow, white, green, slate blue and rich purple. These impressive geological formations were produced by the wind erosion on the colorful sedimentation of sandstone over the past 60 million years.

We finally reach Cafayate the most important city in the Calchaqui valleys, and a small village for wine lovers.

(Driving time: 3 hours, with an extra hour to stop en route for photo opportunities and short hikes)

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Viñas de Cafayate Wine Resort

Day 4: Enjoy the wines of Cafayate

Today is dedicated to learning about another purple colour of Argentina: the wines of Cafayate. Our visit starts with the Wine Museum, a good introduction to the area, then continue with a visit to some of the most prestigious wineries in the area:  El Esteco (formerly Bodega La Rosa, one of the most iconic wineries in the area) and then Piatelli, an example of the new vineyards that have arrived in the Northwest.

Piatelli is renowned for its Premium Reserve Malbec, which Wine Spectator raved is “a striking, slightly smoky wine with a deep burgundy hue, (its) fruity bouquet delights the senses and warms the palate with notes of blackberries, blueberries, and lavender.” Here we enjoy wonderful wines with cheese while watching the spectacular sunset!

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Viñas de Cafayate Wine Resort

Day 5: Head to historical Molinos and Cachi

We'll depart from Cafayate in the morning and drive along one of most interesting roads in the northwest. Mythical Route 40 traverses a canyon—locally known as Arrow´s Canyon—with unique rock formations. Enjoy lunch in the quaint village of Molinos. From Molinos, we will drive two hours to the ancient town of Cachi (7,545'). Its restored colonial church is a national historical monument and its local archaeology museum is considered one of the best of its kind in Argentina. In fact, the town itself is widely considered a national historical monument.

On the way, we stop to visit local artists who will share the secrets of making a well-crafted poncho. The artists from Seclantas are perhaps the most famous for producing the beautiful red ponchos that are the emblem of Salta Province.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:La Merced del Alto

Day 6: Explore Obispo Pass, the Enchanted Valley, and Salta

In the morning, we explore the charms of Cachi. After lunch, we drive into the mountains, where sightings of condors, eagles and guanacos are common. The road twists, turns, doubles back, ascends and descends through this mystical oil painting landscape, eventually leading to the Valle Encantado (Enchanted Valley). The valley is a vast expanse of verdant green pastures. Finally, we head north to Salta. Skirting the tobacco fields at the city`s edge, we'll reach the city, our final destination of the day, for a well-earned rest and re-cap on this incredible adventure so far.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Design Suites

Day 7: Experience Salta's rich colonial heritage

Today is a leisurely day to enjoy Salta and its rich colonial heritage. Founded in 1582, Salta is one of the oldest cities to be established in Argentina by the Spanish conquistadors. Despite a population exceeding 500,000, much of the city remains unspoiled. The Central Square surrounded by the Cabildo (formerly the Town Hall), the Archbishop’s Palace and Cathedral; San Francisco´s Church and San Bernardo´s Church and convent are all well worth visiting. A trip to the craft market, set in an old mansion, offers an excellent chance to view and buy the native artisans´ work. After lunch, explore the city on your own, followed by dinner at a local folk restaurant with live music.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Design Suites

Day 8: Discover Quebrada de Humahuaca

This morning, we'll transfer to the Humahuaca Canyon. The Quebrada de Humahuaca is an imposing yet engaging Andean gorge of multi-layered, rust-coloured mountains and ancient settlements. Many people suggest that this is one of Argentina’s most distinctively South American natural and cultural experiences.

Our first stop, Purmamarca (7,550'), is well loved for its location, sitting at the foot of the Seven Colored Mountain, though best seen from a hill on the edge of the village. The mountain is the ideal backdrop for this enchanted village, also known for its excellent local markets, ideal for picking up handicrafts. We'll then head to explore Tilcara. The endearing red streets and iconic setting make this village a regular favorite for visitors to the region. Within walking distance from the town of Tilarca is the Pucará, a restored pre-Columbian fort, offering spectacular views of the valley. Here we will visit the Museo Arqueologico, which houses a diverse collection of local native artifacts.

We return to Purmamarca for lunch and an easy hike to Los Colorados, an impressive formation.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Hotel Manantial del Silencio

Day 9: Cross into Chile and arrive at San Pedro de Atacama

Welcome to Chile! Upon arrival, a driver and guide will pick you up at the Calama airport and escort you to San Pedro de Atacama. The town of San Pedro reflects an Indigenous-Spanish cultural heritage and is surrounded by pukarás and archaeological highlights. Once at the natural oasis and town of Atacama, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

In the afternoon, we visit the Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley). From atop a giant sand dune, you can see spectacular, colorful views of the valley, the distant ring of volcanoes, rippling Cordillera de la Sal and surreal lunar landscapes. The Valle de la Luna is named after its moon-like landforms eroded by eons of floods and wind.

 

  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tierra Atacama

Day 10: See flamingoes and float in a lagoon

After a buffet breakfast, we'll go to the Atacama salt flat to get a glimpse of the flamingos before continuing to La Laguna Cejar for a marvelous and unforgettable bath in a salt water lagoon! We then return to San Pedro for lunch a check-in at our hotel. Tierra Atacama is built on the site of the old cattle corral, where the drovers who brought cattle from Argentina to the Port of Antofagasta stopped to feed and rest their animals after the tough crossing of the Andes.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tierra Atacama

Days 11-12: Experience the Atacama Desert

For the next two days we'll explore the dramatic landscape of the Atacama Desert, through a variety of fully guided activity options offered through the Tierra Atacama. Explorations include: the Tatio Geysers; Altiplanic Lagoons; Atacama Salt Flats and many more. This is an experience like no other!

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tierra Atacama

Day 13: Fly to Santiago

Today, we transfer to the airport for flight to Santiago, where you connect with your international flight home.

Apr 09 - 21, 2018

Sep 01 - 13, 2018

Oct 30, 2018 - Nov 11, 2018

pricing

$7,995 per person (8 – 12 members)
$1,500 single supplement 
$450 internal air (subject to change)

 

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Alvear Art Hotel — Buenos Aires

The Alvear Art Hotel is a progressive hotel, centrally located in the heart of Buenos Ares. The hotel was created as a hub for world travelers, giving them an opportunity to experience the sophistication of the commercial and cultural aspects of the city. The hotel prides itself in the preservation of natural resources and sustainable practices, making an effort to evoke “eco-consciousness” amongst the local peoples and travelers alike—and its modern amenities are first rate.

Design Suites — Salta

Design Suites is a 4-star hotel right in the heart of Salta’s historic district. It features a wine bar and award-winning restaurant, wet and dry saunas, a gym and massage room, a heated rooftop pool, and even an art gallery. The comfortable guest rooms offer chic, modern décor and panoramic views of the city and mountains. When you feel like exploring colonial Salta, its amazing museums, churches, restaurants, and cafes are just a few minutes’ walk away.

Hotel Manantial del Silencio — Pumamarca

Hotel Manantial is so peaceful you may think you’ve entered a monastery rather than a hotel. But tranquility is only part of this hotel’s gentle charms. Red clay cliffs tower above the hotel and pet lamas roam the gardens. Like our other hotels on this South American adventure, Manantial features wonderful food in its charming restaurant.

La Merced del Alto — Cachi

The elegant La Merced Del Alto Hotel is a refreshing sanctuary after a long day’s activities. The white-washed, convent-like exterior belies the luxuries you’ll experience inside. The outdoor swimming pool and terrace offer incredible views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The restaurant features delicious international cuisine and wines made at the hotel’s own vineyard. Relax in front of the fireplace in the bar/lounge, and if time allows, indulge in a soak in the spa tub or a revitalizing massage.

Tierra Atacama — San Pedro de Atacama

The Tierra Atacama Hotel and Spa is one of Chile’s premier boutique hotels. Located near San Pedro de Atacama, the picturesque setting makes for spectacular views during the day and at night. During the day, enjoy breathtaking views of the Atacama Desert. At night, the sky comes alive allowing for spectacular stargazing in the Chilean outback. Sitting keenly on the desert floor, this beautifully constructed luxury outpost is known for its organic architecture, brilliantly created by some of Chiles most creative architects. After a day of activity, enjoy first class hospitality with comfortable modern rooms, soothing spa treatments and delicious food-all part of the Tierra Atacama’s “Adventure Spa” philosophy.

Viñas de Cafayate Wine Resort — Cafayate

The Viñas de Cafayate is a tremendously well-respected wine resort located in the east Andes, a two-hour flight from Buenos Aires. Situated just two miles from the town of Cafayate’s main square, the hotel sits inside a magnificent vineyard complete with a stunning mountainous backdrop. Travelers can enjoy the hotel’s regional gourmet restaurant, which serves delicious local dishes, in addition to a beautiful courtyard and a serene indoor library, perfect for relaxing and recharging after a long day. The combination of luxurious accommodations and a wide variety of activities in this beautiful setting makes it easy to understand why many travelers enjoy the Vinas de Cafayate, and return year on year.

  • Witness turquoise lakes, pure white salt beaches, flocks of pink flamingos, and spectacular stargazing under the clearest skies in the world
  • Experience the flavors of Argentina and Chile, from Buenos Aires street food, to world-renowned wineries, to a desert barbeque under the stars
  • Enjoy unique accommodations, including colonial hotels, elegant resorts, and luxury lodges and camps in captivating natural settings

Indulge all your senses on a remarkable South American adventure. Feast your eyes on the colorful art and architecture created by indigenous tribes and Spanish conquistadors, and magnificent landscapes shaped by nature’s hand. Savor delicious cuisines and wines. Listen to the lively music of life in Buenos Aires—the Paris of South America—and the mystical stillness of a desert where rainfall has never been recorded. Float in a serene lagoon and bask in the glow of a bonfire beneath galaxies of stars in a desert oasis. Along the way, relax in lodgings as beautiful as the scenery surrounding them, including Adventur Camp—South America’s first luxury nomad camp, inspired by the European aristocracy’s glamorous expeditionary camps in Africa and India.

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Buenos Aires

Welcome to Buenos Aires! After being greeted at the airport, we'll transfer you to the hotel. Our exploration of the city begins in Plaza San Martin, where we'll meet expert naturalist guide Stella Frango for a guided tour on the Forgotten Language of Trees. Trees offered natural shelter in the pampas, and provided both food and medicine to natives—who learned to interact with them and live a life of harmony. We'll discover the many ways native and exotic trees, such as Timbo and Ceibo, can be used and enjoy legendary tales. Plaza San Martin is also an important location in Buenos Aires and we'll learn about its history.

  • Accommodation:Alvear Art Hotel

Day 2: Tour Buenos Aires’ parks, plazas, and porteños

Today we take an exclusive tour of Buenos Aires, led by a scholar from the university, who uses four parks and plazas of Buenos Aires (Plaza de Mayo, Parque Lezama and La Boca, Plaza San Martin and Recoleta) to introduce visitors to Argentina, its history, its contrasts, its contradictions and the characteristic psychology of the “porteños”, the inhabitants of Buenos Aires.

We then dive into the city’s street food scene, tasting our way through San Telmo to discover three of Argentina’s favourite delicacies. With the help of our passionate gourmet guide, Alejandro Frango, you’ll sample empanadas, a typical pastry from Argentina; choripan, an irresistible chorizo sandwich; and Argentina’s take on pizza. To finish off we’ll have a delicious dessert: Argentina’s own version of Italian gelato. After 3pm, you’re free to enjoy the rest of the day on your own.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Alvear Art Hotel

Day 3: Journey to Salta and Cafayate, a haven for wine lovers

Transfer to the airport to catch a flight to Salta City (3,758'). Upon arrival we’ll have a full day expedition to Cafayate (5,522'), home to the only true native varietal of Argentine wine: the fruity Torrontes. The journey begins on a tree-lined two-lane road, passing through peaceful towns along the way. Then the landscape starts to change; trees become scarce and the mountains can be seen in the distance. Here we enter the Quebrada de Cafayate (Cafayate Ravine), where the cliffs and crags come in every color: brick red, pale orange, yellow, white, green, slate blue and rich purple. These impressive geological formations were produced by the wind erosion on the colorful sedimentation of sandstone over the past 60 million years.

We finally reach Cafayate the most important city in the Calchaqui valleys, and a small village for wine lovers.

(Driving time: 3 hours, with an extra hour to stop en route for photo opportunities and short hikes)

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Viñas de Cafayate Wine Resort

Day 4: Enjoy the wines of Cafayate

Today is dedicated to learning about another purple colour of Argentina: the wines of Cafayate. Our visit starts with the Wine Museum, a good introduction to the area, then continue with a visit to some of the most prestigious wineries in the area:  El Esteco (formerly Bodega La Rosa, one of the most iconic wineries in the area) and then Piatelli, an example of the new vineyards that have arrived in the Northwest.

Piatelli is renowned for its Premium Reserve Malbec, which Wine Spectator raved is “a striking, slightly smoky wine with a deep burgundy hue, (its) fruity bouquet delights the senses and warms the palate with notes of blackberries, blueberries, and lavender.” Here we enjoy wonderful wines with cheese while watching the spectacular sunset!

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Viñas de Cafayate Wine Resort

Day 5: Head to historical Molinos and Cachi

We'll depart from Cafayate in the morning and drive along one of most interesting roads in the northwest. Mythical Route 40 traverses a canyon—locally known as Arrow´s Canyon—with unique rock formations. Enjoy lunch in the quaint village of Molinos. From Molinos, we will drive two hours to the ancient town of Cachi (7,545'). Its restored colonial church is a national historical monument and its local archaeology museum is considered one of the best of its kind in Argentina. In fact, the town itself is widely considered a national historical monument.

On the way, we stop to visit local artists who will share the secrets of making a well-crafted poncho. The artists from Seclantas are perhaps the most famous for producing the beautiful red ponchos that are the emblem of Salta Province.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:La Merced del Alto

Day 6: Explore Obispo Pass, the Enchanted Valley, and Salta

In the morning, we explore the charms of Cachi. After lunch, we drive into the mountains, where sightings of condors, eagles and guanacos are common. The road twists, turns, doubles back, ascends and descends through this mystical oil painting landscape, eventually leading to the Valle Encantado (Enchanted Valley). The valley is a vast expanse of verdant green pastures. Finally, we head north to Salta. Skirting the tobacco fields at the city`s edge, we'll reach the city, our final destination of the day, for a well-earned rest and re-cap on this incredible adventure so far.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Design Suites

Day 7: Experience Salta's rich colonial heritage

Today is a leisurely day to enjoy Salta and its rich colonial heritage. Founded in 1582, Salta is one of the oldest cities to be established in Argentina by the Spanish conquistadors. Despite a population exceeding 500,000, much of the city remains unspoiled. The Central Square surrounded by the Cabildo (formerly the Town Hall), the Archbishop’s Palace and Cathedral; San Francisco´s Church and San Bernardo´s Church and convent are all well worth visiting. A trip to the craft market, set in an old mansion, offers an excellent chance to view and buy the native artisans´ work. After lunch, explore the city on your own, followed by dinner at a local folk restaurant with live music.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Design Suites

Day 8: Discover Quebrada de Humahuaca

This morning, we'll transfer to the Humahuaca Canyon. The Quebrada de Humahuaca is an imposing yet engaging Andean gorge of multi-layered, rust-coloured mountains and ancient settlements. Many people suggest that this is one of Argentina’s most distinctively South American natural and cultural experiences.

Our first stop, Purmamarca (7,550'), is well loved for its location, sitting at the foot of the Seven Colored Mountain, though best seen from a hill on the edge of the village. The mountain is the ideal backdrop for this enchanted village, also known for its excellent local markets, ideal for picking up handicrafts. We'll then head to explore Tilcara. The endearing red streets and iconic setting make this village a regular favorite for visitors to the region. Within walking distance from the town of Tilarca is the Pucará, a restored pre-Columbian fort, offering spectacular views of the valley. Here we will visit the Museo Arqueologico, which houses a diverse collection of local native artifacts.

We return to Purmamarca for lunch and an easy hike to Los Colorados, an impressive formation.

  • Breakfast/Lunch
  • Accommodation:Hotel Manantial del Silencio

Day 9: Cross into Chile and arrive at San Pedro de Atacama

Welcome to Chile! Upon arrival, a driver and guide will pick you up at the Calama airport and escort you to San Pedro de Atacama. The town of San Pedro reflects an Indigenous-Spanish cultural heritage and is surrounded by pukarás and archaeological highlights. Once at the natural oasis and town of Atacama, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

In the afternoon, we visit the Valle de la Luna (Moon Valley). From atop a giant sand dune, you can see spectacular, colorful views of the valley, the distant ring of volcanoes, rippling Cordillera de la Sal and surreal lunar landscapes. The Valle de la Luna is named after its moon-like landforms eroded by eons of floods and wind.

 

  • Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tierra Atacama

Day 10: See flamingoes and float in a lagoon

After a buffet breakfast, we'll go to the Atacama salt flat to get a glimpse of the flamingos before continuing to La Laguna Cejar for a marvelous and unforgettable bath in a salt water lagoon! We then return to San Pedro for lunch a check-in at our hotel. Tierra Atacama is built on the site of the old cattle corral, where the drovers who brought cattle from Argentina to the Port of Antofagasta stopped to feed and rest their animals after the tough crossing of the Andes.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tierra Atacama

Days 11-12: Experience the Atacama Desert

For the next two days we'll explore the dramatic landscape of the Atacama Desert, through a variety of fully guided activity options offered through the Tierra Atacama. Explorations include: the Tatio Geysers; Altiplanic Lagoons; Atacama Salt Flats and many more. This is an experience like no other!

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accommodation:Tierra Atacama

Day 13: Fly to Santiago

Today, we transfer to the airport for flight to Santiago, where you connect with your international flight home.

lodgings

Alvear Art Hotel — Buenos Aires

The Alvear Art Hotel is a progressive hotel, centrally located in the heart of Buenos Ares. The hotel was created as a hub for world travelers, giving them an opportunity to experience the sophistication of the commercial and cultural aspects of the city. The hotel prides itself in the preservation of natural resources and sustainable practices, making an effort to evoke “eco-consciousness” amongst the local peoples and travelers alike—and its modern amenities are first rate.

Design Suites — Salta

Design Suites is a 4-star hotel right in the heart of Salta’s historic district. It features a wine bar and award-winning restaurant, wet and dry saunas, a gym and massage room, a heated rooftop pool, and even an art gallery. The comfortable guest rooms offer chic, modern décor and panoramic views of the city and mountains. When you feel like exploring colonial Salta, its amazing museums, churches, restaurants, and cafes are just a few minutes’ walk away.

Hotel Manantial del Silencio — Pumamarca

Hotel Manantial is so peaceful you may think you’ve entered a monastery rather than a hotel. But tranquility is only part of this hotel’s gentle charms. Red clay cliffs tower above the hotel and pet lamas roam the gardens. Like our other hotels on this South American adventure, Manantial features wonderful food in its charming restaurant.

La Merced del Alto — Cachi

The elegant La Merced Del Alto Hotel is a refreshing sanctuary after a long day’s activities. The white-washed, convent-like exterior belies the luxuries you’ll experience inside. The outdoor swimming pool and terrace offer incredible views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The restaurant features delicious international cuisine and wines made at the hotel’s own vineyard. Relax in front of the fireplace in the bar/lounge, and if time allows, indulge in a soak in the spa tub or a revitalizing massage.

Tierra Atacama — San Pedro de Atacama

The Tierra Atacama Hotel and Spa is one of Chile’s premier boutique hotels. Located near San Pedro de Atacama, the picturesque setting makes for spectacular views during the day and at night. During the day, enjoy breathtaking views of the Atacama Desert. At night, the sky comes alive allowing for spectacular stargazing in the Chilean outback. Sitting keenly on the desert floor, this beautifully constructed luxury outpost is known for its organic architecture, brilliantly created by some of Chiles most creative architects. After a day of activity, enjoy first class hospitality with comfortable modern rooms, soothing spa treatments and delicious food-all part of the Tierra Atacama’s “Adventure Spa” philosophy.

Viñas de Cafayate Wine Resort — Cafayate

The Viñas de Cafayate is a tremendously well-respected wine resort located in the east Andes, a two-hour flight from Buenos Aires. Situated just two miles from the town of Cafayate’s main square, the hotel sits inside a magnificent vineyard complete with a stunning mountainous backdrop. Travelers can enjoy the hotel’s regional gourmet restaurant, which serves delicious local dishes, in addition to a beautiful courtyard and a serene indoor library, perfect for relaxing and recharging after a long day. The combination of luxurious accommodations and a wide variety of activities in this beautiful setting makes it easy to understand why many travelers enjoy the Vinas de Cafayate, and return year on year.

Dates and Pricing

Apr 09 - 21, 2018

Sep 01 - 13, 2018

Oct 30, 2018 - Nov 11, 2018

pricing

$7,995 per person (8 – 12 members)
$1,500 single supplement 
$450 internal air (subject to change)

 

Activity Level Easy to Moderate
Trip Length 13 days

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