Salta & Jujuy - The North

The Argentine Northwest is mainly conformed by the provinces of Salta and Jujuy. It offers landscapes full of contrast for travelers to enjoy, from high mountains to salt flats and valleys with native vegetation. People from all around the world are attracted by the colorful hills and the Train to the Clouds, in addition to other attractions. 

This region lets us connect with the Andean culture in every small town through the gastronomy and the markets. From Salta we can access to bike through vineyards, hike with llamas along the surreal Salinas Grandes, trek to remote archeological sites, dance to lively folk music, ride horses through stunning canyons and many more unique experiences.

Excellent altitude wines are produced in this region as well, especially in the zone of Cafayate. Beautiful altitude wineries and vineyards offer programs to spend the day and pair their wines with local cuisine. 

Salta & Jujuy - The North
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Salta & Jujuy - The North



With a pleasant climate all year round and some incredible Andean landscapes nearby, Salta is the biggest spot for tourism in the Northwest of Argentina for good reason. To visit this beautiful colonial town is to experience a slower paced, rural vibe. Time stands still in certain parts of the city with its cobblestone streets and Spanish architecture. Commonly referred to as Salta la Linda (which means “the Pretty”), this town provides visitors the opportunity to experience Quechan and Andean culture and try regional foods, like the best empanadas in the country, as they claim.


The Salinas Grandes make up one of the most outstanding tourist spots in northern Argentina, being the third largest salt flat in South America with its more than 12 thousand hectares. With its crystal white, this immense and shimmering desert is located 4000 meters high and is millions of years old. When you arrive, you do not only hear the wild fauna that lives in this region but also the enthusiasm of the visitors as they watch their reflection in the clear water pools, from where workers extract the salt that is then sold.


Cafayate is a small town which sits right in the middle of the vineyards. It is so close to them, that there are wineries in the town itself, and it only takes a 15-minute walk from the main plaza to get to them. Although Malbec is an Argentine classic, Cafayate is actually famous for its white Torrontes, which is perfect in the heat. In comparison to other wine making regions of the country, wineries in Cafayate are smaller, with a familiar vibe that invites to have a glass and not only learn about the wines but also to have a picnic in between the vines. Both horseback riding and cycling can be done to tour around different wineries.


While traveling through the Andean north of Argentina, visitors are surprised by the varied landscapes, full of colors. Salta and Jujuy are the gateways to the most famous attractions in this region. Among them, we cannot fail to mention the Quebrada de Humahuaca, the Cerro de los 7 Colores and the Serranías del Hornocal (also known as the hill of the 14 colors). There is no person who is not impacted by the vastness and the natural rainbow that these lands have. You have to see it with your own eyes!

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