The Quebrada de Humahuaca valley lies to the north of the province and is about 155 km (96 mi) long. It is a UNESCO world heritage site bordered by the Altiplano and sub-Andean hills. It is also home to Pucará de Tilcará, an archeological site of pre-Andean ruins that lies on a nearby hill.
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How to get there
Fly in from Buenos Aires or arrange land transport such as long distance buses from other national and international destinations
Best time to visit
The warm months are best, however, during January and February there is a lot of rainfall. Therefore, the ideal months are October, November, late March and April
Climate in Jujuy is warm and temperate and varies according to the region and season. The rainiest months are during the summer between December and March, and average high temperatures in this season are 27°C, in the winter, average lows are 4°C
Enjoy spectacular mountain climbing programs in the north of Argentina and discover the awe-inspiring peaks of Jujuy. This vibrant and colorful province is renowned for its Andean mountains, unique vegetation, and local indigenous culture. Some of the top places to explore include the Quebrada de Humahuaca, the Cerro de Los Siete Colores, Tilcara, Purmamarca, and Calilegua National Park, among others. Wild and authentic, Jujuy is a place you will never forget, and ideal for short multi-day mountain climbing adventures for all levels
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