Salta & Jujuy: North of Argentina Reading Time: 18 minutes I’ve been dreaming of seeing the north of Argentina for years, and now I’m finally here. It was definitely a bit of a challenge finding solid information, however, so I want to lay it out here to hopefully help anyone else looking to head north … More SALTA & JUJUY: Tips for Traveling the North of Argentina
Reading Time: 8 minutes La Quebrada de las Señoritas was by far the biggest surprise for me in Jujuy, and it is now one of my favorite places in the entire province. Everyone knows about the Cerro de los Siete Colores in Purmamarca. Everyone knows about the Serrania del Hornocal in Humahuaca. But, nobody talks … More LA QUEBRADA DE LAS SEÑORITAS
Most visitors to Purmamarca come for El Cerro de Los Siete Colores (Seven Colored Mountain), and for good reason. This mountain range is absolutely stunning! Everywhere you turn, it feels like the perfect photo opportunity. In short, this place is magical. Whether you come for just one day to Purmamarca or stay a few days, … More EL CERRO DE LOS SIETE COLORES
Purmamarca may be a small town that most people come to visit for one day to see the Cerro de los Siete Colores, but there is definitely more to it than that. If you have a chance, stay a couple days and soak it all in. So what is there to do, you ask? You … More PURMAMARCA: What To Do
Supposedly the Serrania del Hornocal has 14 different colors in the mountain range, however, according to our guide, people have counted up to 32, as more colors are revealed after it rains. This incredible colorful mountain range is found just 27km from the desert town of Humahuaca, in Argentina’s Jujuy province, and 4,761 meters (15,620 ft) … More SERRANIA DEL HORNOCAL
Tilcara is not a big town, but it definitely has all the conveniences of one: Supermarkets, hotels, hostels, Western Union (Yayy), restaurants, cafes, etc. I was only here for a day, but it seems like a fantastic place to make as a base for a few days. Tilcara is only a 35 minute (120 pesos … More Tilcara & La Garganta del Diablo
Reading time: 8 minutes The Salinas Grandes in Argentina sit right on the border between the Jujuy and Salta Provinces. They are the fourth largest salt flats in the world (Uyuni in Bolivia is the largest), and they are absolutely stunning. And, surprisingly easy and affordable to get to! The closest town to the Salinas … More SALINAS GRANDES: Getting there, prices, etc.