We adventured to Horco Molle where we explored the Experimental Reserve of UNT – a tapir breeding and conservation program. The Anta, or Tapir, is Argentina’s biggest native land mammal who plays an important role in sustaining forests by eating vegetation and seeds before relocating them through their droppings! This reserve spans 200 hectares for all your nature-loving needs; from training future biologists with wildlife management & conservation lessons to exploring untouched wilderness.
Journey to the charming and exclusive Villa Nougués, a former summer destination of Tucumán’s political and intellectual elite. Experience its stunning European-style architecture while taking in views of Yerba Buena’s exhuberant jungle from atop the hills and ravines. Explore on foot or by mountain bike or horseback for an unforgettable experience! Don’t miss out on paragliding at nearby Loma Bola for breathtaking one-of-a kind vistas sure to delight any adventurous spirit!
Embark on an exciting journey up north, along the RP340 to discover San Javier – a village tucked away in the Sierra Mountains at 1200 meters high. Feast your eyes upon its breathtaking vistas that overlooks not just one but two cities! Take note of expansive fields of sugar cane and chimneys puffing smoke from mills hard at work as you traverse this unknown territory. To culminate your tour de force we bring you next to Christ The Redeemer; created by local artist Juan Carlos Iramain who’s eternal resting place is now his very own creation.