The tour offers a variety of colors and relief. Early in the morning, along the Mendoza river, get majestic views of the mountain Cordon del Plata and the Dike Potrerillos colossal hydraulic power generation and distribution of water for irrigation. Our next visit will be Uspallata, pre-Hispanic settlement of Aboriginal Huarpes and the southernmost point of the Inca Empire, how far the Camino del Inca from Peru. Attractions: The Vaults of Uspallata, historic adobe buildings, where the chaplain Fray Luis Beltrán, used to cast cannons and guns. Subsequent visits to the villages of Picheuta, Polvaredas, Punta de Vacas and Los Penitentes ski resort. Leisure for the use of chair lift which allows us to enjoy panoramic views.
Later, find the edge of our tour, the Puente del Inca, architectural natural thermal water springs.
Continuing our course and 2750 masl, the viewpoint of Cerro Aconcagua and the American colossus of 6959 meters. Following the international route to reach our final destination, the Villa Las Cuevas, European style located at 3200 masl.
Between The Caves and the international tunnel, is the route that allows up to Cristo Redentor Monument (summer only and subject to weather condicinoes), located at 4200 meters, which symbolizes the union between Argentina and Chile.