Must Do’s

You can not go unless you have these iconic experiences. Find out here everything you definitely must do.

The city of San Juan is located on the Valley of Tulum, surrounded by mountain ranges and desert lands. Strategic point to cover the main attractions of the homonymous province, is one of the most modern in the country.

A province full of natural attractions, and the ideal setting to practice non-conventional sports.

Located in San Juan, is a place where nature has been working for over 220 million years. A landscape that is out of this world, and which has become a World Heritage Site.

Deserted ancient land of dinosaurs, Argentina's second wine-producing province, San Juan, celebrates life with varietal flavors such as Malbec, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Torrontes, among others.

An oasis of green waters that offer action in Cuyo lands. With more than 300 days a year of winds over 20 knots, the Cuesta del Viento reservoir - in Rodeo, about 200 km from the city of San Juan - is one of the best places in the world for windsurfing.

Calingasta has the privilege of holding paradisiacal places such as El Leoncito National Park, a large protected natural area that has one of the most amazing skies in the world.

To the side of Route 40 in the north of San Juan, is an eighteenth-century villa, a bird sanctuary and an open-air classroom from where you may learn more about the history of the Earth.

This is a classic for climbing in Argentina. An adventure to reach higher than the condors.

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