Hotel Iruya

Av. San Martin S/N, Salta, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, Argentina | 3 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Salta

    Don't go into Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by kildala on Sep 10, 2014

    1 photo

    I travel very light. A small backpack with a waist cinch. All my belongings are rolled and put into Ziploc bags. Nothing gets wet and it’s easy to see what you want and also for any border and airport search.

    I was warned do not go into Bolivia …
    “From Salta Argentina go to Chile first and go to La Paz, do not go straight through from here the crossing is really bad.”
    I tried to do that route but the buses ...

    When Things Go Wrong!...and other tales of woe!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on May 01, 2014

    15 photos

    ... formerly of Inca origin,the people are darker skinned and their facial bone structure is more rounded and square,the mood is different too,the people walk with a heavier burden on their shoulders as opposed to the more confident upbeat step of Buenos Aries,this far up North there is a perception that they are last on the list of the Governments tax spend and the graffiti is full of anti government rhetoric.


    It is very difficult to talk about Argentina ...

    Breathless in Salta, literally

    A travel blog entry by cherub94 on Mar 06, 2014

    6 photos

    When you tell someone here that you are going to the province of Salta, they all say 'oh how wonderful, how beautiful!' and they are right. The real Argentina is shown here in Salta, with the gauchos (Argentine cowboys), the tobacco fields meeting the forest-covered mountains and the amazing, best- i've-ever-tasted empanadas! Touching the countries of Bolivia and Chile and next to the Argentine province of Jujuy (pronounced ...

    Day 92 - Salta - Safari to the Clouds

    A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Nov 06, 2013

    14 photos

    Bit of an odd day today. Ended up doing the longest tour ever and it wasn't really worth it. We had booked to do a tour called 'The Safari to the Clouds' and although it was going to be a really long day (06:15am to 09:30pm), the reviews were really good and you are meant to see some spectacular scenery. Our group of 17 people was made up of 11 Spanish speakers and 6 English speakers. This was the first problem as the poor guide ...

    Back to the Mountains

    A travel blog entry by graybeard on Oct 22, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... something you see. And Argentina is certainly not even close to a third-world country but, even so, there are still remnants of that life.

    The people in the area let their animals graze freely in the valley which is fairly narrow. I guess they don't wander too far because usually there was nobody in sight keeping an eye on them. I got some pictures of a llama herd.

    When we crossed the mountain pass before ...