Hotel Boutique Tampu

Avenida Guemes s/n, Cachi, Province of Salta, Northern Argentina, 4417, Argentina | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Cachi

A Really Rough Road to Cachi

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on Feb 22, 2014

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... of Angastorca at a little hole in the in the wall to share a cheese and ham sandwich and a beer. The beer we ordered turned out to be a Negro, yuck. I hated it Eldon enjoyed.

We saw several saguaro cacti again today. The Argentines call them cardon, but they look just like the tall cactus in Arizona.

Once we got to lower more fertile ground we saw several fields of red peppers, corn, alfalfa and onions. It must ...

Steak, wine and we feel fine

A travel blog entry by danarol on Nov 14, 2013

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... pretty town thanks to its unique back drop but a bit over touristy with an abundance of market stalls selling the usual alpaca wool jumpers and other South American textiles, we've simply seen too much of this to be interested anymore, the only thing that made the stalls different to those in Peru and Bolivia were the Mate cups. We crossed the Tropic of Capricorn where we stopped to take some photos, it is my star sign after all, and then stopped for lunch in ...

Too much Salta

A travel blog entry by jackbuesnel on Jun 11, 2013

... Argentinian couple we met at the hostel and some English girls we bumped into in town. All good fun, don't remember much. Bus was booked to San Pedro de Aticama at 1am, paid the extra night. Checked out of the hotel etc. Got to bus station, bus was cancelled. ****. Next one not for 2 days, blizzards on the border. So we had go kill 2 days in Salta. Zzzzz. Get me out of here! 2 days eventually pass, bus cancelled again. **** this, change of plans. Next stop ...

Salta- Always have passion in your life

A travel blog entry by travellerlp on Nov 11, 2012

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... meats and of course, the gigantic bags of coca leaves. As I walked down another colonial looking street, I arrived at a red and gold painted church-the symbol of Salta city. Down the street another church which still functioned as a closed convent. There was a woman delivering watermelons for the nuns to eat! Next I visited the Teleferico to see Salta city. By this point, I was so drained and exhausted I couldn't fully appreciate the waterfall display and ...

The hard road to Cachi

A travel blog entry by peterandvivien on May 07, 2012

22 photos

We set off at 8am to Cachi as we were told it was a four hour journey. We drove south out of the city and after a while turned west and up a valley. The road went through a narrow gorge and over a rickety bridge then wound its way up a valley and up and up and eventually over a pass. We lost count of the number of hairpin bends and spectacular views.

The summit revealed a wonderful panorama of snow clad hills to the west, whilst the foreground was spotted ...


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