Jujuy is the northernmost province of Argentina, bordering Chile and Bolivia. The Quebrada de Humahuaca houses small villages that have recently been declared World Heritage by the UNESCO. Its surroundings offer the possibility to immerse yourself in the culture and legacy of the local populations, brought here centuries ago by their Incan ancestors at the height of their expansion from Peru towards the South.
Our native guide will gladly take you to those villages and share his traditions with you. Travelling with Argentina Activa means you are not merely a visitor, but rather have the opportunity to experience the traditions: have lunch with an Andean family, participate in a local festival or ceremony to the “Pachamama”, or Mother Earth in native language.