Train to the Clouds (Tren a las Nubes) Tours
Train to the Clouds, one of the world's highest railways, takes you on a scenic 269-mile (434-kilometer) journey with views of colorful rock formations. The train ascendes 13,842 feet (4,220 meters), passing through 21 tunnels and crossing 29 bridges and 13 viaducts. The climax comes as La Polvorilla viaduct spans a massive desert canyon.
Address: Balcarce 1105, Salta, Argentina
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Experience the Argentine Andes with this all-day railway adventure. Select your preference for a combination bus and train or train-only tour and embark on your journey. Learn about the region from a informative guide, stop for a complimentary breakfast in the mountain village of Alfarcito, and admire landmarks like Termas de Pompeya and the elegant trestle bridge, La Polvorilla Viaduct.
Taking safety measures
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Gear/equipment sanitized between use
Venture into the little-known region, the Altiplano on this private 3-day tour. Your group of no more than 3 will explore magical landscapes, humongous volcano's, and small towns with a private driver/guide. Travel by private vehicle and visit Salar de Arizaro, Cono de Arita, and Ojos del Mar.
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