What You’ll Love


Wildlife & Experiences

Where You’ll Stay

Private Guided Adventure


Located in the province of Salta, Argentina, Condor Valley is a luxury tourism destination with both subtropical and high Andean landscapes. While the heart of the province is located in the tropical zone and has a generally warm climate, there are marked variations owing to the variation in altitudes.

The preserved ecology, variations in elevation and diverse microclimates make Salta a premier destination for wildlife viewing. Its vast territory is home to 65% of all Argentine bird species, with 657 species of the 1,000 that live in the country being found in Salta. 




There are two international airports in Buenos Aires. Ezeiza International Airport (EZE), formally known as Ministro Pistarini International Airport, the country's largest international airport and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airfield (AEP). Flying into EZE will require an airport transfer.

All flights to the Salta Province leave from Aeroparque. Aeroparque is an international airport located in Palermo neighborhood convenient to some of the best parts to stay in Buenos Aires. While there are no direct flights to Aeroparque from the United States, the location makes getting in and out of Buenos Aires and getting to Salta much easier. We will arrange transportation for you from the airport to Condor Valley.


Mountains  Elevation ranges from 930 m to 3,480 m

Mountains  6 species of high-Andean cats

Mountains  Home to the magical and endangered Taruka

Mountains  Over 200 species of birds

Elevation ranges from 930 m to 3,480 m 6 species of high Andean cats Home to the magical and endangered Taruka
Over 200 species of birds
7 miles of private river access, featuring Class 3 rapids 60 acres of malbec, cabernet, tannat and torrentes vineyards 200 acres of productive agriculture, orchards, and cattle 2,000 year old cave paintings of the Calchaqui tribe