Pucará is a reconstructed pre-Columbian fortification 1km south of Tilcara's center. Although the site was undoubtedly used earlier, the ruins date from the 11th to 15th centuries. Successive renovations have taken too many liberties to make the site historically relevant. The views you get from the location are great, though… Pucara, Tilcara, Jujuy, Argentina
The Quebrada de Humahuaca is located in the northern part of the province Jujuy and next to the border with Bolivia. It’s a harsh but vivid landscape, a network of dry yet river-scoured canyons overlooked by mountains with sedimentary strata that have been eroded into spectacular scalloped formations revealing a spectrum of colors in undulating waves. The palette of this World Heritage–listed valley changes constantly, from shades of creamy white to rich, deep reds – Yala, Quebrada Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina
Maimará, is a small town in the core of the Humahuaca Ravine. The little village may not be as well-known as Purmamarca, Tilcara and Humahuaca but it’s definitely worth a visit because of the colorful surrounding mountains named “The Painter's Palette”. Another thing that catches people’s attention passing by on Route 9 is the cemetery. What is curious about this cemetery is that it lies around a hill, populating its round summit with crosses, small vaults and even indefinite sculptures - Maimará, Jujuy, Argentina
Just behind the small village of Purmamarca is a very colourful hill: the hill of the seven colours. Due to the iron in the earth, it displays lovely pastel colours. A circular route around the hill reveals an impressive landscape with mountains, rough peaks, and cracks – Purmamarca, Jujuy, Argentina
Just off the RN 7, the highway from Uspallata to the high mountain pass crossing between Argentina and Chile you pass Puenta del Inca, a naturally occurring stone bridge once used by the Huarpes, Inca and other people to cross the Rio de las Cuevas to reach the Pacific Ocean. The place has been known for its hot spring waters, rich in salts, peroxide of iron and algae. These waters are said to have curative properties for stress, nervous disorders and rheumatism. In the 1920’s a luxury spa hotel was built there and the most prominent personalities of that time went because of the healing properties of the water. The building was destroyed by a landslide in 1965, and today the place looks a little bit like a dump - Puente del Inca, Mendoza, Argentina
Vicunas are the wild ancestor of the domesticated alpaca which are found in the Andes’ grassy plains – Tatio Geysers, Atacama Desert, Argentina
Crossing the world’s longest continental mountain range and second highest mountain range next to the Himalayas on the Paso Internacional Los Libertadores. A few minutes after our passports were stamped at the Argentina-Chile border crossing, this insane view was presented to us - Los Andes, Valparaiso Region, Chile
Vignette from our Andes crossing on the Paso Internacional Los Libertadores from Mendoza, Argentina to Santiago, Chile...
The Vineyards of Mendoza and the Andes under a dramatic sky - The Vines Resort & Spa, Tunuyan, Mendoza, Argentina
View from Hotel Madero on Puerto Madero early morning. Puerto Madero is Buenos Aires’ newest and shiniest barrio. It is home to lofty skyscrapers and regenerated brick warehouses that have been converted into some of the city's most exclusive lofts, offices, hotels and restaurants - Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina- Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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