Northern Argentina is a region dominated by a unique landscape diversity and extraordinary cultural wealth. The aridity of the puna, the yungas and the hills of incredible colors are characteristic landscapes of this region of the country.
The North brings us closer to the legacy of the original and pre-Columbian peoples, materialized in ancient ruins, forts of the Inca period, colonial chapels, cathedrals and basilicas. It is also a representative sample of geological expressions of the Earth, such as the majestic Talampaya National Park in the province of La Rioja, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Argentina.
The North is a land of hills, ravines and valleys of multiple colors, finding its maximum expression in the Quebrada de Humahuaca , also considered a World Heritage Site.