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A tour among the high summits and arid or sub-tropical valleys of the Northwest of Argentina will allow the visitor, to look closely into the country’s pre-Columbian history. In the midst of the majestic beauty of this natural environment, ancient colonial villages remain unspoiled by the modern society and are the scene of popular festivities, during which one can yield to the pleasure of tasting local homespun cuisine. Salta’s province, site of a battle for independence, is the starting point for our north-western tours. We will be travelling through the “Quebrada de Humahuaca” and its fascinating Calchaqui Valleys. Jujuy province, proud of its pre Columbian and colonial cultural heritage charms us with its enchanting and colourful village. There is also Tucumán, the Republic’s Garden, the symbol of Argentina’s freedom. From Santiago del Estero to Tucumán; passing through Río Hondo´s Thermal baths; from San Fernando del Valle in Catamarca to the ruins of the Quilmes natives; from Purmamarca to La Quiaca, gateway to Bolivia; the Northwest will undoubtedly satisfy even the most demanding.

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