Tours in San Salvador de Jujuy

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San Salvador de Jujuy Tours

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  • David B
    Royal Tunbridge Wells, UK91 contributions
    Martin and Martin were our guides to take us to the Salinas Grandes, we left early but had to return to Salta to collect other members of the group who had been left behind. Martin (the main guide) was fantastic at giving me a personal explanation of what would happen and where we would be going in perfect English as I was the only non-spanish speaker. We stopped to see a panoramic view of the hills outside of Purmamarca but the view could have been better if we'd been able to see past a car park. However the Salinas Grandes did not disappoint at all. Martin even lent me 300 pesos in order to gain entry to the main sands (which was totally worth the entry fee) On the way back we stopped in Purmamarca where we had lunch and the town was celebrating Carnival which was amazing to see the local culture up close!
    The day was very good and could have been even better with a better view of the coloured hills.
    Written 10 March 2022
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  • Patricio G
    2 contributions
    AMAZING PLACES!!! we travel arround Salta and jujuy, it is such a lovely place, culture and people amazing.
    went with family and friends and this Nordic company took us averywhere. They are very professionals and have exellente guides and buses!
    Written 4 March 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Robyn H
    1 contribution
    This was meant to be an English speaking tour ... the translator did her best but the Spanish speaking guide was a bully and intimidated everyone. She was not helpful ... did not point out toilets or that it was a requirement to pay for some facilities... she completely ignored the English speaking guests....and insulted them by calling them children .... we were required to pay for 350 per person for Tilcara when our paperwork states the entrance fee is included. Where did this money go ? She talked non stop and and was overwhelming ... very disappointing trip .... not to mention the condition of the bus .... it was so uncomfortable, swayed and bounced heavily all over the road ...First driver was very poor ... 2nd driver was much better but the bus was very poor... air conditioning was freezing with guests very cold ... mentioned to guide but she did not care. She could speak English but preferred not to understand ... as I said Bus trip from hell... BEWARE
    Written 29 January 2020
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  • LeonPeek
    Seoul, South Korea6 contributions
    The mountains were absolutely beautiful and breathtaking. I would love to go back. However, if it is cloudy, the colors will not show. The tour included other places. The bus broke down on the way back snd we were delayed a couple hours. I was disappointed that Nordic didn’t do anything for us. The original ad showed we got snacks and a couple admissions paid, but it included no admissions and the snd CJ was a small cookie.
    Written 12 March 2020
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  • Lew D
    New York City, NY25 contributions
    Each of the three day trips had excellent guides (kudos to Pamela, my translator to Cafayate) who were full of information about the history and sights en route to and in the areas visited. Each day, we drove through spectacular scenery and saw how the people of Salta and Jujuy Provinces live and work from the winery in Cafayate, to the markets of Purmamarca and Humahuaca and to the salt flats at Salinas Grandes. These lives and lifestyles are not what one experiences if one visits Buenos Aires only. Each of these trips was about 12-13 hours long, but well worth the time and at an excellent price. Nordic Travel even picked me up at a downtown private residence, a fact I appreciated.
    Written 27 January 2020
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  • Camila E
    Turdera, Argentina2 contributions
    How can I describe the amazing landscapes that Jujuy has. I had the opportunity to visit "Las Salinas" in 2019. It was a long and hard road but it definitely worth it. I went with my family and some friends that live in San Salvador de Jujuy, since we are in love with their province they have been our tourist guides. I would strongly recommend a Coke tea time with nothing but oxygen to accompany if you don't want feel your stomach like a washing machine during the trip. It needs to be undestood that your the final destination is 4000 metres above the sea level,approximately. Another thing that you should take with you are some sunglasses because the environment is covered in salt, which is white in color and bounces off the sun's rays in a way that will disturb your eyesight. Las Salinas are just a quearter part of the beauties that this Argentinian place has.
    Written 14 June 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Cav_on_tour_13
    Houston, TX209 contributions
    Let's start with the bad. We booked 2 trips. Salinas Grandes and Train to the Clouds. Both were good with the former being the better. The bad was we paid, we were given a reception and told what time we were due to depart. No further info was provided . We went on the the Salinas trip first. By chance I texted Nordic to confirm the time for the train trip and they said we needed a voucher. Late that night we had to make a special trip to the shop for that voucher. If I had not texted them we would have missed the trip. Pure chance saved us. I will never use Nordic again. The Salinas trip was great, s good guide was provided with a ton of information given during the bus ride. I suggest you do not use the Purma restaurant that they suggest you eat at. Poor food. Poor service and overpriced for what you get.
    Written 7 September 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Jason F
    13 contributions
    Our 7-day tour through northwest Argentina with Nick and Poncho Tours was fantastic. I had been communicating with Nick for a year in planning our trip, and he was quite responsive and communicative the whole time. Nick's wife, Alicia, also helped coordinate some of the planning, and joined us for Easter weekend in Tilcara.

    Nick is organized, helpful, and allows for options during the trip. His vehicle is new, comfortable, and it worked for driving 7 days in. His knowledge base of the local customs and cultures, as well as the landscape features, is unbeatable, and this helped us to really know what it was that we were seeing as we saw it. We felt comfortable and taken care of by Nick, and knew things would be in order and "as advertised."

    We appreciate our wonderful experience driving through this very unique and historied part of Argentina. I'm glad I chose Poncho Tours to take us.
    Written 3 May 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Camila E
    Turdera, Argentina2 contributions
    How can I describe the amazing landscapes that Jujuy has. I had the opportunity to visit "Las Salinas" in 2019. It was a long and hard road but it definitely worth it. I went with my family and some friends that live in San Salvador de Jujuy, since we are in love with their province they have been our tourist guides. I would strongly recommend a Coke tea time with nothing but oxygen to accompany if you don't want feel your stomach like a washing machine during the trip. It needs to be undestood that your the final destination is 4000 metres above the sea level,approximately. Another thing that you should take with you are some sunglasses because the environment is covered in salt, which is white in color and bounces off the sun's rays in a way that will disturb your eyesight. Las Salinas are just a quearter part of the beauties that this Argentinian place has.
    Written 14 June 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.