CABRA CORRAL DAM
This artificial dam and lake is 68 kilometres away from Salta. Surrounded by hills, it covers an area of 250 square kilometres.
People practise sailing, waterskiing, kayak, banana-floating, jet-skiing, bungeejumping, puenting, tirolesa and water sliding.
White-water rafting can be practised in the Juramento rapids all year round. One can also explore some caves with paintings on their walls, track down dinosaurs’ trails and observe algae fossils. One can also explore some caves with paintings on their walls and trekking and horse-riding are highly recommended.
Not far from the Dam there is a place called Guachipas. Two hours away the village, in Las Juntas, painted caves can be visit. There paintings were made between the 900 and the 1470.
CAMPO ALEGRE DAM
Artificial lake, originally destined for potable water and irrigation. Located around 30 km way of Salta city , you can arrive trough a cornice way next to Vaqueros city, and passing the entrance of the Caldera city towards the Northeast. It was casting and returned to fill, apt for the fishing from the coast, their waters are little deep reason why they are only appropriate for navigation to candle, in category smaller (pampero-optimist, etc.) only, and to avoid the contamination, the motor boats are prohibited.