Category: Argentina

El Chaltén – Patagonia Argentina

El Chaltén is considered to be the trekking capital of Argentina. This charming village is surrounded by lakes, lagoons, mountains and glaciers allowing for a wide spectrum of outdoor activities. Unguided hikes are common as the trails are free, well marked and easily accessible.

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Buenos Aires – Argentina

Buenos Aires is considered to be one of the most elegant and sophisticated cities in South America. Located on the shore of the Río de la Plata, it is a huge metropolis with a core of majestic architectural glories, wonderful museums, modern art galleries and numerous theatres. Don´t leave without having a Tango experience!

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La Quiaca – Argentina

La Quiaca is the last stop before entering Bolivia. It’s a small village about 190 km from Humahuaca at 3,442 m.a.s.l. It’s next to the Bolivian border, connecting via an international bridge. You will be attracted by the way people live, the characteristic clothing of the women and men, and the active trade in local products.

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Iruya – Argentina

From the town of Humahuaca (3hrs away by bus), take the 66km rough but amazing drive to this beautiful village wedged on a hillside. The road reaches over 4000m at one point at Abra del Condor. Then, it drops steeply into Quebrada de Iruya with, once again, tremendously astounding views. Iruya stands out in this landscape, 2780 metres above sea level, clinging from a plateau into the river ravine.

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Rodeo – Argentina

Rodeo, located 195km from San Juan city, is a colourful town surrounded by a spectacular mountain range, fruit plantations and irrigated lands. It has sunny weather most of the year with very little rain. To the east of Rodeo stands the Cuesta del Viento Dam and Reservoir, with beach resorts, accommodation and kite & windsurf schools by its shores.

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Esquel – Patagonia Argentina

Located about 300 km south of Bariloche, Esquel is a breezy town in a fertile valley, with a mountain backdrop. It attracts tourists year round, as it is the base for visiting Los Alerces National Park, La Hoya ski resort and the starting point for the famous La Trochita train.

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San Salvador de Jujuy – Argentina

Situated at an altitude of 1,260 metres above sea level, this is the highest provincial capital in Argentina. With an impressive location surrounded by fertile scenery, the city sits in a natural bowl with the fabulous multi-colored gorge of Quebrada de Humahuaca to the north.

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