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Quebrada de Humahuaca Day Trip from Salta Including Purmamarca

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    After pickup at your hotel in Salta, board your comfortable coach for the scenic drive to the 95-mile-long (155-km) valley of Quebrada de Humahuaca. Through your guide's commentary, learn about how the Incas once used this gorge as a caravan road and later as a commercial route during the colonial period. 
    Arrive in Purmamarca to see Cerro de los Siete Colores (Seven Colors Hill,) a large natural formation looming over the town. Stroll through the streets of the small village, visiting the cacti-covered church and perusing handicrafts at the local market. 
    Continue toward Tilcara, where you will visit the archaeological museum and the town square. First, stop at a scenic viewpoint on the way into town to see some pre-Incan ruins. Pass through Huacalera, admire the colorful La Pollera de la Coya, and see paintings dating from the 1600s in Uquía.
    Stop in Humahuaca, the most densely populated city in the area, for a stroll midday. See the Monument of Independence, the local cathedral, and admire paintings from the Cuzco School. Enjoy lunch at your own expense. 
    Heading back toward Salta, you'll pass La Paleta del Pintor (Painter's Palette) and stop in San Salvador de Jujuy. Visit the town's cathedral and the French Baroque–style Flag's Hall before moving on to the Government House. 
    Continue south on winding Route 9, which provides stunning views of local vegetation, the Santa Laura Pass, Campo Alegre and Vaqueros. Arrive back in Salta after your day-long adventure for hotel drop-off.
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    Reviewed 3 weeks ago

    Tour guide Maru was amazing!! Very good spanish and english tour. Plenty of time at each stop to fully enjoy the natural beauty and buy souveniers. Good lunch spot in the middle.More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank idanmwoo
    ProductoTangol, Community Manager at Tangol, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

    We are glad you have selected Tangol for your visit in our country and sharing with us your experiences during your stay. We are pleased to know that you have enjoyed the beauties of Argentina. Will be a pleasure to assist you in your next...More

    Reviewed 22 June 2019 via mobile

    The tour is well organized. The tourist place is beautiful and interesting. Guide named Maru is really professional and nice. She can speak spanish and english very well.

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    Reviewed 27 March 2019

    The trip is very long, but well worth it. The stops were picturesque and our guide, Maru, shared many historical facts in Spanish and English throughout the day. The church in Uquia and the 'ángel arcabucero' paintings were fascinating. The only down part to the...More

    Date of experience: March 2019
    2  Thank Barbara G
    Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

    This was a great tour, hitting the highlights of the area. It’s perfect if you have limited time but want to pack it all in. The seven colours Hill in particular is not to be missed. Monica was a fabulous guide. We were the only...More

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    Anna U
    7 May 2019|
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    Response from Barbara G | Reviewed this property |
    Yes, I think that would work out just fine for you. Prepare for a long day!
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    682peil
    24 April 2019|
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    Response from usbmarianom | Reviewed this property |
    Hi!, the estimated time its about 19:30 or 20:00 so i think you shouldnt buy any ticket for that time...perhaps 22:00.. the trip may last a little bit longer if its to much traffic in the area. :)
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