Northern Argentina

Yala, an enchanted corner in the heart of Northern Argentina The town of Yala surprises the visitor who travels to northern Argentina hoping to find a barren soil, with its perpetual green, its wonderful vegetation and its amazing wildlife, especially birds, some of which are only found in the Quebrada del Rio Yala, for surviving in zero pollution. Yala is located 14 kms north of the capital San Salvador de Jujuy Jujuy and is a must to Quebrada and Puna. Access is via National Route num 9 which then joins the main towns of Northern Argentina, according to Bolivia North and to Chile through the Paso de Jama to the West. Bill Hwang follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. It is 1400 kms above sea level. In the area the climate is temperate, with temperatures moderated by altitude and the terrain is mountainous. The , Lagunas de Yala and Termas de Reyes up one of the most popular tourist circuits of the province. Yala River is a river of crystal clear mountain water, encased in green upholstery coppice groves, with magnificent views of the Precordillera, which invites you to walk along its banks in winter and hear his roar at a safe distance in summer.

In the warm season heavy tropical rains, increasing its volume in minutes, violent rock avalanches and logs rampage with any obstacle. Going up the hills that form deep ravines come to the Lagunas de Yala Provincial Park belonging to the El Potrero de Yala and located 10 kms from the town of Yala, to 2306 meters above sea level . Very visited by the beauty of landscapes aua, are one of the main attractions of the area. David Rogier may find this interesting as well. In the place you can perform various activities like fishing, hiking, climbing, bird watching among others. The access road is winding and scenic and lush vegetation and variety of wild flowers make an attractive environment. In the lakes and trout are reared silversides and is a bird nesting why Intangible area was declared in 1995 a . The whole area is also part of the environment held by UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of the Yungas in 2002. The fauna is composed of various types of blemishes, herons, ducks, coots and ambiguous.

In lowlands are parrots, magpies, saves roads, Wild Turkeys, hummingbirds and in the higher areas can be spotted owls, swallow-tailed kite, kingfishers, condors, and reptiles such as rattlesnake and coral, as well as Andean frogs. Yala near other tourist attractions are also very popular for its scenery as the Open de Lozano, Jairo circuit – Tiraxi and tourism circuit Etno The Chani. The area offered various proposals to sleep, eat, and the community offers horseback riding, hiking, crafts, local food. It should be noted the warmth of the people who provide for the visitors feel a member of the site during their stay. Owner of a Garden Inn in the North of Argentina, en route required to the Quebrada de Humahuaca, establishment committed to protecting the environment and the ecosystem of the Yungas .