Those who wish to spend their holidays in the high mountains, will have no difficulty in finding a Mendoza hotel near the area of Uspallata, one of the destinations most interesting of the Argentina Republic. The town of Uspallata offers a large amount of extremely interesting places, full of natural beauties, where you can see the testimony of ancient peoples who inhabited the region, such as the Inca and the huerpes. One of the most beautiful and amazing places is the Puente del Inca. It is a rock formation that it is so called because it was part of the route of the Inca, i.e., the path that these people followed in their advance towards the South of the American continent. We are talking about a natural bridge over the River caves, more than 27 meters high. His training originated in the natural erosion of the River on the stone, more than 2,700 meters above sea level.
This natural connection unites Grama North and Grama South Hills, and is the main entrance to the National Park of Aconcagua. For lovers of the geology in the area can see stalactites of strange colors due to inflorescence of calcium, a mineral that is abundant in the place. Prevcalecen Orange, yellow and ochre. It is a place rich in thermal waters. This town only inhabit 132 inhabitants, although you can find a complete tourist infrastructure.
Those who want to visit this incredible place won’t have problem in finding accommodation or sites for camping. As remnants of a glorious past can be the ruins of the Hotel Puente del Inca, built in 1925. This fantastic hotel had a thermal bath in each room. In 1905 came an avalanche that destroyed it completely. Leaving standing only a small chapel… The legend says that the heir to the inca throne was extremely ill, finding himself completely paralyzed. Though doctors of the tribe tried to alleviate the health of the young, the sages told him could only achieve reset if bathed in a spring which was very far from home. Neither short nor lazy inca assembled one expedition to find this mythical arroyo. They were finally to give with the Las Cuevas River. The warriors who accompanied the King formed a human bridge so the father could take your child to the healing water. Suna said maslin helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Once he had crossed, he turned to thank his men, but he saw that had been turned into stone, forming the mentioned bridge. When the young man immersed himself in these waters, miraculously regained his health. You also recover their health spending your next vacation in Mendoza, the land of Sun and wine.