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Caverna de las Brujas and Manqui Malal Waterfall make a perfect combination for an exceptional day.
77 km from the city of Malargüe is the Caverna de las Brujas (Witches' Cavern). It is located on the slope of the Moncol hill at 1830 meters above sea level. In its more than 5,000 m of route we will be able to find speleothems like stalactites and stalagmites of the most diverse forms, dimensions and colors. Stalactites are needle-shaped elements that hang from the ceilings of the cavities. And the stalagmites are similar to the first ones but are formed from the floors. There are also the columns, which are the union of stalactites and stalagmites. The veils are formations similar to curtains.
33 Km. from the city of MalargüeWe will visit a waterfall of about 30 meters: the Manqui Malal waterfall (Manqui = Condor, Malal = Barda). During the walk we will discover marine fossils and we will know the famous Bardas or Malales that give the name to the Department, besides knowing part of the flora and fauna of the place. In this place there is a small restaurant with all the services where you can enjoy the regional gastronomy.
At the end of the visit in Caverna de las Brujas and Manqui Malal Waterfall we start our return trip.
At the indicated time our guide will pick you up at the hotel and we will leave for the Cavern of the Witches and the Casacada Manqui Malal to enjoy the morning in this historic reserve.
Depending on weather and road conditions, the minimum duration of this adventure is 6 hours. In the Caverna de Las Brujas the tour is approximately 200 m., and lasts between 1:15 hs to 2:00 hs depending on the group. After or before visiting the Cavern we will visit the waterfalls of Manqui Malal (private park), in this place there is a restaurant to enjoy a good lunch with regional gastronomy or an afternoon snack.
At the appointed time we will return to the hotel to end this adventure.