Things to Do in Cachi

Top Things to Do in Cachi

Things to Do in Cachi

Top Attractions in Cachi

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What travelers are saying

  • Maureen S
    Darwin, Australia753 contributions
    We were on a tour from Salta to Cachi with a small group of travellers with a very informative guide who told us that the height of the cactus above the ground is the same height under the ground. Never knew much about the cactus except they are very prickly. Some of the cacti were so tall that I felt very small beside them.
    Well worth a visit with 2 notice boards providing a little information.
    Written 27 April 2020
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  • Jenna
    464 contributions
    Cachi is really a small town. It doesn’t have much tourists too. I thought it would be nice to stay for a day as it was very quite. It was beautiful with the mountains surrounding it
    Written 2 March 2020
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  • Max B
    2 contributions
    We watched the FIFA world cup final here! Lovely food, great wines, friendly team. A memorable experience
    Written 19 December 2022
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  • Maureen S
    Darwin, Australia753 contributions
    Friendly greeting by the staff member, wandered around the lovely courtyard and then into the museum. We browsed along the shelves admiring the many old pottery items, local to the area. Well worth a visit.
    Written 27 April 2020
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  • Deborah T
    Chicago, IL1,126 contributions
    This church is one of the finest examples of colonial architecture in the Calchaquí Valley. It is a small Spanish church that was built in the mid 1700s. Cactus wood was used in the vaulted ceiling and even the confessional. There are three bells on the upper facade of the church. It was declared a National Historic Monument in 1945.
    Written 28 March 2019
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  • GlobetrottingSwede
    Paris, France3,164 contributions
    Nice drive on a sunny day: great views over thousands of cactus with snow capped mountains in the background.

    You may think you are in Arizona!
    Written 23 December 2018
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  • PCHasselgreen
    Bergen, Norway63 contributions
    Though the camera in no way could capture the strange rock formations and scenery, you will find that you are constantly seeing things you want to take a picture of. What a marvellous and diverse piece of land this area is!!
    Written 24 December 2016
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  • Colesterol
    Tigre, Argentina419 contributions
    If you like altitude wine, wines from El Molino de Cachi are the ones to try.
    Malbec, Sirah and Merlot are sold in wine stores downtown Cachi, as well as in Salta City.
    Incredibly low priced, so excellent quality/price ratio.
    Grown at 2400 m altitude, the grapes give a wine that needs some decanting and oxygenation prior to getting its full flavour.
    If you are lucky, you may be able to get a tour at the winery, which unfortunately no longer operates as a hotel.
    If you are not, touring the dirt roads of "Cachi Adentro" is a treat. Drive with care, since you may find shepherds with their goats crossing the roads or kids playing without paying attention to sporadic traffic.
    Written 8 January 2014
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  • jolandastrik
    Dusseldorf47 contributions
    We booked a 3-hour Cachi tour. Tour guide Ernesto picked us up at our hotel in a very spacious SUV, exactly on time. During the afternoon he showed us places we would have never found alone. They also explain very well all the best of Cachi. They provided us also for FREE with cold water, which we forgot to bring. This tour is a perfect way to learn about Cachi. Many photostops also during the trip, which is great.
    Written 2 April 2023
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Cachi Attractions Information

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