Jujuy Province is in the Andean Northwest region of Argentina. The region has always been a crossroads for economic, social and cultural communication. It has been populated for 10,000 years, since the settlement of the first hunter-gatherers, which is evidenced by substantial prehistoric remains.
This province has stunning nature – staggering mountains and desert, sprinkled with cacti. A drive or bus ride through the region's highways will bring you past beautiful mountain views, and a couple of towns in the region (Humahuaca and Purmamarca) are known for their distinctive colorful mountains.