- National Park Quebrada del Condorito (Condor´s Gorge).
- Geologic site Los Terrones & Ongamira Valley
DAY BY DAY
Day 1. Arrive in Cordoba, the hidden gem of Argentina.
Upon arrival transfer to Hotel Azur Real. After check in we start the walking city tour visting the Jesuit Block (UNESCO SITE). Night at Hotel Azur Real.
Day 2. NP Condor´s Gorge (Quebrada del Condorito)
After breakfast, we leave behind the hectic city of Córdoba and we go straight to a more peaceful and relaxing place. We take national route 20 and after 1 hour dirve we arrive at the entrance on National Park Quebrada (gorge) del Condorito (condor).
This national park protects 370 sq km of stunning rocky grasslands across the Pampa de Achala in the Sierras Grandes. The area, particularly the gorge itself, is an important condor nesting site and flight training ground for fledgling condors. A 9km hike (two to three hours) from the park entrance at La Pampilla leads to North Balcony, a clifftop where you can view the massive birds circling on the thermals rising up the gorge.
In the middle of that wonderfull views, we will enjoy a gourmet picnic specialy prepared with the best local products
Drive back to Cordoba.
Night at Hotel Azur Real
Day 3. Cordoba to La Cumbre
After breakfast we leave Córdoba north direction Punilla valley till reach the Sauce Caves in La Falda. This place is one of the most impressive geological sites in the country. The cave has aprox 1000 meters long and we will explore just a little by going inside it to have a very close view of all formations.
The mysterious underground world is just there waiting to be discovered by you.
Night at Patios de la Cumbre Hotel.
Day 4: Los Terrones and Ongamira Valley
After breakfast we head to Los Terrones Park: Once there we will hike amid towering sandstone rock formations as we take in waterfalls and lush foliage and look out for condors flying overhead.
After a gourmet picnic lunch (included) we continue our excursion to Ongamira Valley. Healing energy points, sightings of strange lights linked to extraterrestrial activity and ancient tales of indigenous tribes make Ongamira one of Argentina’s most mysterious valleys. Though spiritual seekers from around the world flock to this enchanting spot in the north of Córdoba’s Sierras Chicas, 25km from Capilla del Monte, it remains steeped in secrecy. Lack of cell-phone coverage adds to the otherworldly mystique. Dotted with red sandstone formations and verdant green pastures where horses roam free, the valley – named after chief Onga – was once home to Comechingones, an indigenous tribe who lived here about 200 BC and used grottos carved out of sandstone as homes and ritual sites.
Night at Patios de la Cumbre.
Day 5. La Cumbre
Enjoy the day at your own pace.
Night at Patios de la Cumbre
Day 6. La Cumbre to next destination
Private transfer to airport to take your next flight.