In the districts of northern Argentina (NOA), and more specifically in the Provinces of Salta and Jujuy, Carnival is celebrated during February and March as a traditional festival in which everyone takes part.
For years, the attraction has consisted not only in tasting its varietals, but also in learning about the secrets of winemaking. The circuit includes towns, sceneries and glasses, of course.
The Cabra Corral Dam is a favorite spot among the people from Salta when they want to enjoy the weekend. Anything goes there: fishing, bungee jumping, rafting, looking for native footprints and much more.
The Juramento River is not just another river. Its course is part of the longest hydrological basin in our country. The
This celebration is to be witnessed in order to grasp its real sense. Who was Güemes? Why have the people of Salta loved him so much for so long? Who were and still are his gauchos?
One of the stretches of National Route 40 reaches 4,895 meters over sea level. Along this road, we discovered the beauty of the puna on a 4x4 vehicle.
In the city, regional food favors the typical ingredients of northern Argentina, cooked and presented in accordance with family recipes from Salta.
Beautiful Salta turns on its lights when the nigh falls. Each corner renovates its charm when the Moon is out. The main square, its cafés, Balcarce Street and the magic of the casino. The night is an invitation.
The Province of Salta boasts a mild climate and the perfect charms to be chosen as a tourist destination. In addition to its natural beauties, the diversity of its denizens dazzles whoever comes along...
There are always new alternatives to see beautiful Salta. In this case, a novel option is Bus Turístico Salta, which takes visitors down the most beautiful city in northern Argentina.
Like every year on June 17th, tribute is paid to General Juan Martin Miguel de Güemes, a liberator who aided the National Army accompanied by his gauchos.
Great temperature extremes, scarce water and colorful mountains delight visitors. However, their presence is an icon whenever the Argentinian North is mentioned.
Every Saturday, Tres Cerritos neighborhood welcomes a mass pilgrimage that has worshipped the so-called Virgen del Cerro (Virgin of the Hill) for over two decades now.
This is a new tour, a must from now on. The possibility of watching a museum and a winery at the same time deserves a visit. One of a kind.
Birdwatching, as well as wildlife mapping, are ideal activities to get deep into the rainforest in Salta. Unique moments that may only be repeated through a photograph.
An old Argentinian project invites visitors to climb to the highest mountains defying the natural slopes with the comfort of a noble means of transportation. NOT WORKING AT THE MOMENT.
San Antonio de los Cobres, one of the highest points in the Argentinian puna, is known for the famous Train to the Clouds. But, what happens when the train does not pull in? Does the town have a life of its own?
Exciting and amusing, the safari to the clouds goes through the ravines and the Puna, some mythical nooks in the North. Not to be missed.
The new Museo de Arqueología de Alta Montaña (High Country Archeology Museum) displays an invaluable archeological find discovered in the summits of the Llullaillaco Volcano.
In addition to the classic empanadas, humitas and tamales, you can taste and choose excellent international cuisine proposals unceremoniously.
Very close to the city center, the Mount San Bernardo resort offers magnificent views of the city of Salta and its outskirts. Ideal to visit by car, climb by cable car or simply on foot.
A horseback ride along the trails of this villa in Salta gives us beautiful panoramic views of the nearby valleys and ravines.
La Casona del Molino (the mill house) is the nook where all friends, guitars and bombos of Salta meet to enjoy a true peña, the expression of our costumes.
Amusing and exciting, canopy tour at the Juramento River Canyon invites visitors to explore its beautiful sceneries from the air.
From the old cabildo, the Historical Museum of the North in Salta keeps real treasures of the native culture and from colonial times.
Leaving from the capital of Salta, visitors may tour around one of the most impressive circuits in the Republic of Argentina as they visit the legendary Calchaquí Valleys.
Since 1880, the legendary Hotel Termas de Rosario de la Frontera in Salta has offered a privileged site to recover beauty and health.
We visited the Coronel Moldes country house, which has a private tobacco museum, ritual element of the Amerindian culture and present representative of the productive activity of the area.
On its shores, General Belgrano sworn loyalty to the Asamblea General Constituyente. Its name is a witness of history and its rapids invite visitors to enjoy the beauty of the landscape.