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Warm climates in Argentina

If you are one of those who prefer heat, we tell you what are the areas you want to visit.

Climas cálidos en Argentina

In our country there are climates for all tastes: if you prefer heat, we tell you what are the areas you want to visit.

The warm climate, in Argentina, acts on the north and northeast of the country, where three varieties are distinguished:  the subtropical climate without dry season, subtropical with dry season and subtropical mountain.  

 Subtropical without dry season 

The subtropical climate without dry season is characterized by high temperatures and abundant rainfall during all seasons of the year. It is presented in the northern area of Entre Ríos, in the easternmost section of the Chaco region and in the cities of Corrientes and Misiones. It occupies mostly what is known as the Litoral area. There, the average temperatures range from 27 °C in January, the hottest month, to 14 °C in July, the coldest month. Annual rainfall exceeds 1000 mm, distributed regularly in different seasons.

If you are a fan of tropical warmth and you are also a romantic who likes the sounds of rain, this is your climate. You can enjoy it touring the missionary jungle, watching toucans, monkeys and yaguaretés. Without moving from Misiones you can go to  Iguazu National Park  and marvel at the falls or hop on a kayak to tour the rivers that flow there.

You can also tour  the Iberá Esteros  , in Corrientes, aboard a canoe or Horseback! You can enjoy this water mirror that boasts the most varied aquatic biodiversity in the region.

To finish touring this humid and tropical area is a must-see summer walk the Gualeguaychú Carnival in Entre Rios. If you are not in a fiesta you can enjoy the El Palmar National Park, with its intense green islands surrounded by calm waters and, of course, palm trees. If your plan is to relax, the province has a large circuit of thermal parks to get rid of any tension.

Any plan you choose we recommend that you do not forget to put in the bag a pilot and repellent.

 Subtropical with dry season 

The subtropical climate with dry season is found in the western zone of Formosa and Chaco, in the eastern region of Tucumán, in northwestern Santa Fe and in most of Santiago del Estero.At these sites, rainfall decreases considerably and is around 500 mm per year, concentrated mainly in the second half of the year. The temperatures are high, although with a large daily thermal oscillation. This causes the maximum in the warm months in the day to reach 48° and at night it drops about 15 or 20 degrees.

In this area we have various proposals to enjoy the warm climate, but without the rains of the coast. In Formosa we can visit the Riacho Teuquito Nature Reserve and the Formosa Nature Reserve. Two places where we can go into the mountain to find anteaters, tau carretas or horpinchos. If what you are looking for is to live

experience of getting close to indigenous cultures, the province has a circuit that covers the artisanal production of the Wichi, Qom and Pilagá communities.

In this warm region without rain, we can also enjoy the Rio Hondo Hot Springs. Located in Santiago del Estero. Since we are in that province it is recommended to go through the center to enjoy its folkloric peñas and typical dishes. Next to Santiago del Estero, in Tucumán we can take the opportunity to tour the circuit Las Yungas where the jewel is  the El Cadillal dam . A meek water dam with an unbeatable, warm but pleasant climate.

 Subtropical Serrano 

Finally, in the regions that are located most northwest, near the mountainous areas, the climate becomes subtropical serrania, with cooler temperatures and higher level of precipitations. this climate occurs in the strip to the west of the province of Jujuy, the center of Salta and Tucumán.

This subtropical mountain climate zone offers us mainly mountain tourism. In Salta we can visit the three National Parks where the rainforest coexists with the rugged landscape of height. It also has a  Wine Route  where you can tour vineyards and taste the specialties of each winery. However the absolute vedette of this province are the Salinas Grande, where a vast white horizon of salt marvel us with its beauty. This imposing landscape is shared with the province of Jujuy. Another province worth discovering, with its Quebrada de Humahuaca and the Tilcara and Purmamarca circuit. In short, a region that deserves to be visited from end to end.

Any variant of the warm weather you choose visit in the country do not forget to wear a hat and sunscreen.

Publication Date: 16/05/2018

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