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Laguna Brava

Argentina
+54 9 3825 40-9879
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Just breathtaking

It is a lovely place!! The scenery is breathtaking and the silence of implacable nature is amazing... read more

Reviewed 29 December 2014
Glendiglendi
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Lucena- Spain
via mobile
Fabulous !!

This is a must do when you are in the area. It is a long day, about 8 hours and you can only do it... read more

Reviewed 23 November 2014
ljlp55
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Victoria, BC Canada
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29 Dec 2014
“Just breathtaking”
23 Nov 2014
“Fabulous !!”
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Reviewed 29 December 2014 via mobile

It is a lovely place!! The scenery is breathtaking and the silence of implacable nature is amazing. There is local fauna easy to see and enjoy and the cold wind and environment after hot days in lower La Rioja turns out a refreshing break. You...More

2  Thank Glendiglendi
Reviewed 23 November 2014

This is a must do when you are in the area. It is a long day, about 8 hours and you can only do it on a tour or in a convoy. We went with Runacay Tours because they speak English and will do a...More

Thank ljlp55
Reviewed 25 November 2012

Today I tried to drive to the Laguna Brava but I was stopped on de road at Jague (after driving 100 km from Villa Union). I was not allowed to continue unless I took a guide with me. I guess it is one of those...More

1  Thank Marc447
Reviewed 5 May 2012

It's really a hidden gem of the Andes in northwest Agentina. This wetland listed on RAMSAR is the home to Andean and James' flamingos, vicuña, guanaco and other fauna. Amazing landscapes and colors of Andes along the winding road to Laguna Brava.

4  Thank wowneverstoptravel
Reviewed 29 February 2012

great place to visit. Went with teenagerf and a 6 year son. They all loved it. its a long day, take it easy in the hights as the air gets thin. Will return to make to the Inca Crater another 3000ft higher.

Thank Caicapo
Reviewed 21 January 2012

This is probably one of the most amazing spots in the country! The road there from Vinchina is incredible and arriving at this body of water with pink flamingos, guanacos and vicuñas, and foxes at 4600m above sea level is just astounding. We hired our...More

2  Thank rocamdour
Reviewed 12 January 2012

After visiting the national parks, Ischigualasto and Talampaya, we, 2 couples, decided to make the 24. of December to something special and planned a trip to Laguna Brava. It is a salt lake in 4.400 meters altitude and the whole trip - getting there, experiencing...More

9  Thank Vennekilde
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