Los Glaciares National Park
Exceptional destination in Patagonia with access to mighty glaciers from the towns of El Calafate and El Chaltén.
National Park in the Patagonian steppe, protecting a petrified forest of large Araucaria trees from the Jurassic period.
One of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders, in the subtropical forest of Misiones, at the border between Argentina and Brazil.
The wetland located in the province of Corrientes, Northeast Argentina, is one of the best destinations in Latin America for wildlife observation.
The highlight of the Museo de Arqueología de Alta Montaña are the mummies of three children, sacrificed in the Inca period on the Llullaillaco volcano (6739 m), with over 100 burial offerings.
San Francisco, Salta
The Franciscan temple of Salta, with its emblematic bell tower and intense terracotta colors, constitutes a whole cultural complex with a museum of sacred art, library and archive.
Pucará de Tilcara
High-altitude settlement of the Tilcaras from the 13th cent., expanded later by the Inca. Best known archaeological site in Northwest Argentina.
The village at the foot of the Cerro de los Siete Colores is considered as one of the most beautiful and emblematic places of NW Argentina.
Quebrada de las Conchas
The nature reserve with bizarre rock formations along the river of the same name is one of the most spectacular landscapes in northwestern Argentina.
The city in the heart of the Valles Calchaquíes in the NW province of Salta is the center of one of the most beautiful and famous wine regions of Argentina.
El Shincal de Quimivil
Located in Catamarca province, it is one of the most important archaeological sites built by the Inca in northwestern Argentina.
Nature reserve at an altitude of 4,230 m, surrounded by peaks over 6,000 m high. Breathtaking scenery; flamingos, vicuñas, etc.; old muleteer's shelters.
The provincial park in San Juan fascinates visitors and scientists alike with its moon-like landscape and fossils from the Triassic Period.