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The place is enchanting. It humbles you to be surrounded by the rock's walls. In addition, there is usually a musician playing local music, that adds to the visit. At the entrance, local vendors of native jewelry at reasonable prices.
Amphitheatre or devils throat? Amphitheater is better, but most people stop at both. A few stalls line it, and a musician was there. It was beautiful and impressive. Worth a quick 5 min stop from salta to Cafayate. We came in our own car and...More
We stopped here on the way back to Salta from Cafayate and were blown away by it. There was a native flute player and a man with a guitar taking turns playing in the amphitheater that has perfect acoustics. Stop by and talk to the...More
As others have said, this is a short walk to an impressive geological formation. When we were there, two parrots were calling to each other and creating their own amplified music for the space. It would have been cool to hear flutes, but perhaps they...More