Salta – Argentina Tourism
Full of colors and contrasts, with Inca’s reminiscences and adobe houses that seem to be an extension of the earth, the Northwest is considered one of the most complete attractions of Argentina. It’s divided in four main geographic sub-regions, which are very different and can be explored in many different ways:The Yungas (local jungle), the Valleys, the Quebradas (Gorges), and the famous Puna (Altiplano).
We offer personalized, tailor-made trips, and these are some of the samples for great travel ideas in the Northwest of Argentina. These are flexible itineraries, which can be adapted according to your wishes and preferences:
Buenos Aires, Salta & The Northwest of Argentina: Combine Argentina’s busy capital with the beauties of the Northwest: Cachi, Cafayate, Iruya, Purmamarca, San Antonio de los Cobres, Salta – Argentina Tourism.
Moon Valley & the NorthwestExplore the undiscovered path between Salta and La Rioja; Cachi, Cafayate, Iruya, Purmamarca, San Antonio de los Cobres, Moon Valley, andTalampaya. Salta – Argentina tourism.
Salta & The Northwest of Argentina:Visit the main highlights of the Northwest in a unique way. Cachi, Cafayate, Iruya, Purmamarca, San Antonio de los Cobres, Salta – Argentina tourism.
Argentina, Bolivia & Galapagos Buenos Aires, Iguazu, Salta – Argentina tourism; Bolivia & Ecuador.
Right at the border with Chile and Bolivia, the provinces of Salta, Jujuy and Tucumán are blessed with an immense variety of landscapes: the arid Puna with its Llamas and the Salt fields (Salinas Grandes); Cachi with its Cactus; Quebrada de Humahuaca with the indigenous communities and the magnificent Hill of Seven Colors; the Valles Calchaquíes with Cafayate, and many other hidden pearls that enrich the souls of those who visit them.
Culture plays also an intense role in the region, where the first colonial settlements were founded, and where the strong indigenous footprints mark the present through distinct celebrations, music festivals and rituals.
There are many ways to enjoy these destinations: through a journey to the past visiting ruins, churches and settlements; through outdoor activities like trekking, hiking, mountaineering, sailing, horse riding, bungee jumping or 4×4 crossings; or by simply taking part in the everyday life of its inhabitants.