Witness the majestic alliance of citrus plantings, lakes, local architecture and mountains. These sights give free rein to imagination of the time of the conquests and of the development of the Argentinian North. Visit the original landscapes where the first local tribes lived.
Depart from San Miguel de Tucumán at 8am or 3pm, and head north through lemon plantations, up until the Cadillal dyke.
There, we will have an overview of the famous dam and its amphitheater, hydroelectric plant and Loro river. Head West through the dense and wild jungle, where we will admire its imposing Saladillo viaduct, a delicate work of art from the XIXth century (length of 330m, height of 25m) made entirely of bricks.
We will go through Raco, a village appreciated by Argentinians in summer and during weekends. We will follow the road until the Cristo Rey convent, a benedictine monastery famous for its home-made sweets, pure honey and different honey-based products.
Go back to San Miguel de Tucumán for a sightseeing tour of the Casino, the San Martin theater, the regional seat of government and the main city square.
Service features: Personalized excursion in a vintage convertible car: Ford A Phaeton from 1929. We will drive about 130 km, in 5 hours. The tour beginning at 8am or 3:00pm and it's available the whole year long with a private and multilingual guide: English, French, Spanish. Additional booklet with further information about the ride. Tea/Picnic service. Range of teas, served in the Argentinian tradition with some regional products. A glass of champagne at the end of the tour is also included. Exclusive certificate of participation to the excursion in a vintage car.