Jujuy , Salta and Tucum??n , an option to travel and discover the wonderful scenery we have in Argentina. To escape the cold shaking , hundreds of tourists take refuge in the beautiful northern landscapes. Jujuy , Salta and Tucuman offer a tour of gorges, valleys and forests which, added to the warmth of its people, we will have an unforgettable stay .
Jujuy is divided into four regions , by their geographical and cultural features, which give visitors the opportunity to experience four unique and different experiences in one province .
First is the Quebrada de Humahuaca , declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO . This land is rich in history and traditions, many of which date back to pre-Columbian times . Those who will enjoy traveling on its colorful festivals , exquisite wines and foods and purchase fabrics made with fine wool flame .
Persist in the important pre-Hispanic customs such as community celebrations where all the people involved : celebrations, misachicos devout worship of the dead , living nativity scenes , Easter as well as the cult of Pachamama.
Secondly , stands La Puna , with its desolate and spectacular scenery reminiscent of the lunar surface and include vast salt flats .
The third region is dominated by the valleys , these places are a constant attraction for the traveler , the lush vegetation and crystal clear river with multiple pools , attract hundreds of people who come to camp and enjoy the lakes and dam.
In this sector , the faithful witness of the historical past of Jujuy, you can visit museums, with testimony and relics of a unique historical and cultural value .
Finally , we find the Yungas forests are high, with a network of trails and courses offered temporary streams penetrate want access to and from the dark paths to experience nature .
Cities to be missed in northwestern Argentina
This small village at the foot of the imposing Cerro de los Siete Colores , is of pre-Hispanic origin and has been declared a National Historic Site. Its picturesque urban layout was done around the main church and its surroundings is installed a fair where local products are offered .
In this city you can visit the small council and the Church into which are ornaments and paintings by ancient Indians.
It is named after the name of the tribe that inhabited it . Their houses stand out as adobe , earth and straw kneaded . It is a resort tour and in high season, it assumes a role of stay and resort center of national tourism. It also has museums with handicraft centers , restaurants, cafeterias , mechanical service and accommodation facilities to accommodate visitors .
It is called the Archaeological Capital of the province because it has the Pucara , its main attraction, archaeological site considered as the most important of the ancient peoples of the region .
It is the largest and most populous indigenous Quebrada de Humahuaca. Its main feature is the cobbled streets lit by wrought iron lanterns . His appearance evokes Village colonial times , and the walls of many of the houses are made of adobe .
The Regional Folk Museum is a mirror of the traditions and customs of the region, with a sample project where the collection of musical instruments and costumes of the famous Carnival of Humahuaca.