Farallón de Cabrería

The Farallón de Cabrería is located in the Santa Catalina Department, in the province of Jujuy, on the border with Bolivia. The Puna jujeña, at more than 3500 meters above sea level, is the destination of this trip, where the unfathomable walls dazzle with its natural beauty, almost inhospitable, of pre-Columbian and ancestral history.

Spectacular little-known landscapes

Northern Argentina is a special place, not only for its magical reddish and ochre landscapes, but also for its deep-rooted traditions. The Farallón at the entrance to the village Cabrería, almost 100 meters high and reddish, amazes in the immensity of the Puno landscape. Vertical red cliffs welcome the hamlet on the border, an old mining town, where the walls become a soft hill mimicked with the houses. In Cabrería the rural culture is lived while the flames roam and graze at will throughout the region.

As in other places of the Puna, the invitation is open to know the rural activities and the consecrated traditions of the peoples most rooted in their roots.

The Quebrada de Humahuaca region is provided with public transport. Beyond the city of Humahuaca the means are more scarce, so you will have to rent a 4x4 carresort to a travel agency to visit the northern border.

Autor Miriam Coronel Fotografo Welcomeargentina

How to get hereHow to get here: Take National Route 40, from La Quiaca by gravel road. Passing La Ciénaga and Cieneguillas, take Provincial Route 64 to the west. El Farallón de Cabrería is almost reaching the northwest limit of the province, 92 kilometers from La Quiaca.
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