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If there is something that Argentina is not missing are places to enjoy the outdoors and adventure. There are some destinations that are ideal to visit in winter , since in summer the weather with intense heat is not the most advisable. We leave you 4 destinations that you can not miss in the cold season.
It is a small village of only 7000 inhabitants, surrounded by an incredible landscape that invites you to adventure. Trekking around almost unexplored places and discover the archaeological richness of this beautiful destination in Salta .
Antofagasta de la Sierra ( Catamarca )
Antofagasta is the largest town in the catamarqueña Puna. In addition to being an oasis of adobe houses and crops in the middle of the desert, it is also the perfect base for various adventures. From there it is possible to start the climb to Galán volcano or visit the Laguna Blanca and the salt flats of Antofalla and El Hombre Muerto.
Iberá Esteros ( Corrientes )
The Iberá Esteros make up the second largest wetland in the world. There live 500 species of vertebrates and 350 birds. For nature lovers it is a perfect destination with many activities such as wildlife watching by boat, trekking through the jungle that borders the estuos, bird watching and trekking along the Trail de los Monos.
Tafí del Valle (Tucumán)
Tafí del Valle offers us the possibility to know the two opposite sides of the Aconquija , the mountain range that exceeds 5000 meters in height. This cord, which divides the provinces of Tucumán and Catamarca , generates two completely different climates on each side. Recommended activities are the yungas crossing and climbing and sighting condors in the Cumbre Calchaquíes Provincial Reserve.
Publication Date: 09/06/2019
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