Known as “The Beautiful” it offers endless options for landscapes: vivid colours of its arid soils, extended salt pans, jungles with exuberant vegetation and the legacy of its original inhabitants. In this province, adventure
is easily found in trekking, horse riding, zip line crossing, rappel or bungee-jumping over the Cabra Corral Dam, rafting, paragliding at the Cuesta del Obispo – these are just a few. You can go to San Antonio de los Cobres on the Train to the Clouds passing by at an altitude of more than 4,000 m.
Cafayate, famous for its internationally awarded wines and for the highest vineyards in the world (1,700 to 3,000 m above sea level) is a taste experience.
The Quebrada de las Conchas is a winding route filled with gorges of mysterious shapes and colours appearing behind every curve.
Visit Salta Official website: www.turismosalta.gov.ar
This province is in the far north of Argentina. A land of multiple colours, it is comprised of four regions, one of which, known as “Valles Cálidos” (Hot Valleys) is the sugar cane area. The entire province has unique attractions, amazing landscapes and a huge variety of activities that are available throughout the year. The Puna has desolated
but spectacular natural sceneries that include its famous huge salt pans and the Quebrada de Humahuaca (UNESCO World Heritage) featuring the picturesque towns of Tilcara, Purmamarca and Humahuaca – it is a trip for preColumbian art. Tourists cannot miss its exquisite typically Andean regional dishes and its fabrics knitted with the finest llama wool.
Visit Jujuy Official Website www.turismo.jujuy.gov.ar