Volunteering for spider monkeys at ONCA in the jungle.
It took us nothing else than 2 days to reach this tiny village lost in the middle of a national park! We stayed here 4nights, walking around, dipping in natural thermal baths and saving a baby llama!
12000m² of salt flats! The immensity and beauty of the place is just incredible. We spend a while walking around, taking photos and admiring the place.
Embarking on a tour with Mario across South Lipez. Going from lakes to lagoons to canyons. Just beautiful.
In the middle of the driest place on earth, a backpackers town were we get friendly with Hentzel from Slavia and John from Germany. Going out looking at the stars, fixing the world and partying until morning!
We also cycle the Luna valley 🥵 and admired the carnaval 👯
After discovering the loop north of Salta, (and after a short night in the salt desert), we head south to Cachi! The camping is very chilled and the town super cute. Here we stay a few nights, doing more wine tasting and having fun with a group of 18 years old artist students.
After a nice weekend, we leave the little town with 3people in the back! The petrol station has no electricity and we have to wait two hours before leaving! After dropping our hitchhikers near Salta, we head towards our next stop: Cafayate. There a flash flood starts and we get stuck another 2hours in the river created by the rain 🙈
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Salta isn't a very interesting town at all... It's surrounding however are just incredible! The north loop took us 4days, but we could have spent a all month exploring the area. Cactus, colourful mountains, tiny villages, desert of salt... It's the highlight of Argentina for us!
Quelle merveille que ces chutes de plusieurs centaines de mètres !! Une région tropicale à la frontière avec le Brésil et le Paraguay. Nous restons un peu à l'écart du village chez Patricia (Pato pour les intimes). Les ruelles pavées de notre quartier et ces petites maisons nous permettent de côtoyer d'un peu plus prêt la vie des habitants de la région.On adore.Read more