Calilegua National Park and nearby towns offer a wide range of activities,  with varying degrees of difficulty. The tours relate to ecotourism and active tourism, but the area offers a strong cultural imprint and you may visit several towns where the local contact is a highly valued experience for those interested in ethnic diversity and the discovery of local cultures.
Here we detail some of the trips to make during your visit to Calilegua:

+ Walk the paths of the park. Remember to notify the rangers.
Difficulty: varied
+ National Park Tours Calilegua (must hire guides authorized by the National Park Maintenance. The tours are offered in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese with and without transfers.
Degree of difficulty: low
+ Full-day excursion organized by bicycle from Libertador.
Difficulty: medium – high
+ Hot Springs of  the Jordan River. It is highly advisable to hire a guide.
Degree of difficulty: medium – high. Full day.
+ Cascada San Francisco. It is highly advisable to hire a guide.
Difficulty level: medium, half-day excursion
+ Descent from San Francisco to Libertador to bike the scenic route passing the Yungas. You can do this with your own or rented equipment.
Degree of difficulty: High – full day
+ Climbing High Calilegua (ascent to the village on horseback and on foot).
Degree of difficulty: high – more than a day
+ Specific day birdwatching programs and instructional courses on the recognition and bird photography.
Degree of difficulty: low – half-day excursions
+ Voyage from the Yungas to the Quebrada and vice versa. (From the forest  to the desert)
Difficulty level: very high – more than three days
+ Visit the town of Ledesma, visit the visitor center of Ingenio Ledesma SA.
For the whole family. Half day
* It is advisable to provide for more than three days to get an overview of the area. If you plan to travel around the region, a week is not enough!
* Always hire qualified guides for the walks. While it is possible to travel individually, trails in the National Park without major difficulties, a tour will give a clearer picture and wider spectrum to help you understand the area.
* Always hire local guides outside the park. It is important to avoid moving individually and remember that a tour guide is highly desirable for reasons of personal safety. Remember that the Yungas are forest areas where it is necessary to avoid risk.
* Always, consider obtaining supplies of drinking water for both planning trips and camping.
* Bring insect repellent, especially if visiting the area during the rainy season (December to March). Sleeved shirts and long pants are best to avoid being bitten.
* Check that the batteries in their cameras are loaded, as beautiful landscapes await you.
For all inquiries contact info@calilegua.com
To contact the National Park Maintenance: calilegua@apn.gov.ar
For lodging in some local residents houses and more information, we invite you to visit www.productoyungas.org.ar
We invite you for an adventure! Visit the Yungas!

Un pensamiento en “Excursions

  1. Anne-Sophie Gervais

    Hola !

    Queríamos hacer el trekking desde el parque hacia la quebrada de Huamaca. Podrían darnos mas informaciones y recomendaciones ? Por ejemplo, cuanto tiempo demora el trekking ? Es posible hacerlos sin guía ? Por que tenemos bastante experiencia.

    Muchas gracias !

Deja un comentario

Tu dirección de correo electrónico no será publicada. Los campos necesarios están marcados *

Puedes usar las siguientes etiquetas y atributos HTML: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>