| The region of Cuyo contains the Provinces of Mendoza, San Luis, San Juan and La Rioja. It has a varied topography, surrounded by sites of historical interest, which maintain countless memories of San Martin's epic. The urban centers are a conjunction of antiquity and modernity. Narrow streets, low buildings, museums, monuments, churches and convents make contrast with dynamic commercial centers.
Agrotourism in ancient wineries and vineyards enables visitors to get to know the multiple flavors and aromas used in the production of excellent wines known worldwide.
Also, paleontologist tourism is another alternative at the Ischigualasto Provincial Natural Park , where the Valle de la Luna (valley of the moon) is located: a must for its wild landscape and its historical richness.
Winter sports are displayed in the cold mountain slopes in the Las Leñas and Los Penitentes Valleys , ski resorts that attract skiers from all round the world.
The area of the Aconcagua and Tupungato and the plentiful rivers coming from the Andes are ideal for adventure travel and high mountain sports. Photographic safaris, mountain biking, paragliding, hiking, horse-riding, rafting and 4x4 riding are some of the activities visitors can participate in, as well as the practice of nautical sports and sport fishing in dams and reservoirs. Numerous hot springs with remarkable therapeutic properties complete the tourist offer of this area