Salta, Argentina



Conservation & Adventure

The Re-awakened Past


Condor Valley is the gateway to a secret world where the past meets the present, where a wild and bio-diverse landscape meets productive and abundant farmland, and adventure is blended with a rich culture and history of exploration. Located only 2 hours southeast from the city of Salta, Condor Valley is an adventure destination of rugged elegance for present day explorers. Find out more


About Condor Valley

In the Northwest Argentine province of Salta lies the hidden Estancias: La Bodega and the adjoining, El Tipal. These properties encompass the 10,500 foot Mt. Creston and border six miles of the Juramento River, the River of the Oath. Together they make up our long-term conservation stewardship of the 70,000 acres known as La Valle de Condor or Condor Valley.


what you’ll see

A Richer Experience

Imagine sitting around a campfire beneath the stars, savoring a glass of wine from a nearby vineyard while a traditional Argentinian asado sizzles on the grill, relaxing after a day of horsebacking through the high Andes mountainsides, rivers and waterfalls alongside a modern-day Gaucho legend, swapping tales about the condors and wild cats that were sighted only hours earlier.

This unique experience immerses you into the wilderness, landscape, and sacred culture of the conservatory alongside wildlife experts, scientists, and other guest guides.


horseback rides




vineyard tours


cultural immersion


cattle drives




visiting researchers


rustic accomodations




food and wine


authentic asado


... and much more

what you get to do

A New Angle on Salta



What's Included

  • Fully Inclusive Condor Valley adventure

  • Cultural Tour of the surrounding Salta Valley and High Andes

  • Exceptional wildlife viewing including condors, toucans, parrots, armadillo, anteaters, wild cats, guanacos, the magical taruca, and our donkey Raúl.

  • Rustic lodging in a 150-year-old colonial style villa.

  • Delicious, fresh, traditional meals, including experiencing local cuisine and wine from our vineyards. All meals and snacks included while at Condor Valley.

  • Horseback riding on Condor Valley.

  • Hiking, white-water rafting and zip-lining.

  • Traditional Argentine Asado under the stars.

  • All transportation throughout the Salta Province.

  • A cultural immersion with the Pekarek Family.

Flights and travel to and from Argentina are not included. See our refund policy

Adventure Value

  • From $1,100 USD per person

  • Some come solo and some bring family. By the end of the trip, everyone's family.

  • Indicate party size during checkout.


"Our goal is to inspire a regenerative model of conservation to help create long term sustainability for Argentina's magnificent cultural and natural heritage."

- Hank Bannister, Condor Valley Founder

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Condor Valley hosts 14 Adventure Tourism World Summit delegates.


Where You'll Stay

The Accomodations


Basecamp Chicoana - Located in the small community of Chicoana, our 19th century Spanish Colonial style Inn serves as "home base" for day activities and adventures in the area.  The Loft, situated on the central hill in the main valley of the ranch, has two main bedrooms for couples as well as one large bunk room. The Cabana Teru Teru is a historic adobe puesto, recently rebuilt with materials sourced directly from the Condor Valley.


The Loft at Condor Valley


Basecamp Chicoana


The Cabana Teru Teru




The Pulperia

Start to finish, I was overwhelmed by this place and these people. I could not have asked for a more authentic experience, and would unquestionably recommend Condor Valley to anyone. It is truly unforgettable.
— Margaret Kim


where you’re headed

The Journey


Join us and get to know our history, our native settlements, dwellings, colorful clothing and of course all our friendly inhabitants. Guided by the Pekarek Family, we’ll take you on a tour of the Calchaqui Valley, passing through the otherworldly colorful rockscapes of the Quebrada de Cafayate, up to the famous weavers in the high Andean town of Sanclatas and back to the city of Salta. You’ll travail Condor Valley on horseback, allowing for a more intimate experience in learning about the environment of the Salta region and an opportunity to observe our Gaucho companions in action.


The adventure of a
lifetime awaits.