Another of the must-see attractions of this destination is the Museo de la Pachamama (Museum of the Pachamama). It is characterised for showing the ancestral customs and traditions of the Diaguita – Calchaquí culture. It was inaugurated in 1998 and has an extension of about 10,000 square metres. It has four rooms exhibiting ethnology, geology, tapestries and a sculpture courtyard.
It is worth mentioning that due to the soil and climate of Amaicha, it is an ideal place for the development of wine making activities. In line with this, they have the first community winery in South America, the third in the world, and its name is Los Amaichas. It is highly recommended to visit it, as you can connect with the history and culture of this native people, as well as learn about the winemaking process.
On the other hand, if you want to enjoy a blue water mirror, in this town you will find among the mountains of the Calchaquí Valley, the Los Zazos Dam, which is fed by the Amaicha River and is in charge of supplying the population with drinking and irrigation water. This valley is located 6 km from the main square of the city.
Regarding accommodation, from Argentina Pura we can arrange it at La Aventura, a family-run lodge. It has an unbeatable location, buffet breakfast, wifi and all the comforts for you to spend wonderful days in a unique place.
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Another option if you prefer to connect with nature in depth and enjoy the adventure, Amaicha offers the Los Algarrobos campsite, for example. Do not hesitate to contact us for advice on the best alternative for your holidays.
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