Uncommon places to visit in Argentina
The Quebrada de Humahuaca Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003, it is located in the Jujuy region. In this magical place, the mountains rise in an impressive way showing their color changes at different times of the day, it is also known as "the mountain of seven colors".
An impressive distinctive feature makes the province of Jujuy a mandatory stop. In this place there is also a small town called Purmamarca that, in the indigenous language, means "red town", its houses are made of adobe, and it is located between these mountains.
Further south, we find Payunia, a land that is rarely visited but just as impressive. You can only go to this place with experts in the territory given its complex path. It is also called The Black Desert, a characteristic given by the volcanoes that existed in the place thousands of years ago.
Campo de Piedra Pumice is a landscape carved by the winds of the Andes that turned it today into a wonderful work of pumice stone. Currently, this land covers about 25 kilometers where it is fascinating with its rocky structure, a natural formation that in 2014 was declared a Magic Place of Argentina.
Known as "The train to the clouds", it has become today a tourist attraction and a unique experience to travel on it. This railway starts its way from Salta which ends at the stop known as the La Polvorilla Viaduct. During your trip, you can appreciate a mountainous landscape provided by the Andes Mountains.
The well-known Mount Fitz Roy, rises between the glaciers to provide an unparalleled view. Amazing and imposing, it is located in the Southern Patagonian Ice Fields. Those who visit it will not escape the amazement generated by a majestic white and blue view.
We definitely cannot stop talking about Bariloche, one of the stops par excellence for locals and tourists. This wonderful postcard is located in Lake Nahuel Huapi, and represents a must-see destination for those who decide to visit Argentina.
Sea of salt in Jujuy located on the limits of the Jujuy and Salta regions, with an altitude of more than 3,000 meters above sea level, is Salinas Grandes. This sea of pure salt is listed as one of the largest in the world.