Featuring unique cultural attractions, and surrounded by
the Andes Mountains and characteristic wildlife,
Jujuy dazzles with its diversity of landscapes.

Volcanoes, salt lakes and forests are some of the landscapes offered by this province to enjoy nature, cultural and community-based rural tourism.

La Quebrada de Humahuaca, declared a World Heritage, expresses the historical and cultural legacy marked by the influence of the Inca and Spanish peoples. The Salinas Grandes offer a true white salt desert, and the Yungas Forest is the area with the greatest landscape diversity with a variety of wildlife and flora.

Its capital is San Salvador de Jujuy, whose streets and monuments commemorate the heroic deed of the Jujuy Exodus. It is famous for its architecture, the statues of Lola Mora and a culture related to patron saint festivals, the cult of Pachamama and the carnival.



Northern Region


San Salvador de Jujuy

Average annual temperature

18° C


673,307 inhabitants

Administrative division

27 municipalities. The main cities are San Salvador de Jujuy, Humahuaca, Libertador General San Martín, La Quiaca, Palpalá, El Carmen, and San Pedro de Jujuy

River Regime

2,655 mm per year

Surface area

53,219 Km²


Subtropical with a dry season


Puna (high plateau), High Andes, High Andes, Yungas Forest, plains

Why invest in Jujuy?


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Province Jujuy

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