Jujuy is the northernmost province of Argentina and stands out for the diversity of colors that can be enjoyed not only in its landscapes, but also in the fabrics and crafts that the communities make.
The Quebrada de Humahuaca, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, integrates charming towns and unique features such as Purmamarca, with the Cerro de los Siete Colores; Tilcara, with its famous Pucará, and Maimará with the famous Palette of the Painter.
Jujuy also houses one of the seven wonders of Argentina, the Salinas Grandes. Known as the northern white desert, it is one of the largest salt flats in Latin America.
- World Heritage Sites by Unesco: Quebrada de Humahuaca.
- Recommended protected areas: Calilegua National Park.
- Acknowledgments: The Purmamarca Municipal Commission was distinguished by the Environmental Management Guidelines (2016) of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports of the Nation.