The journey consists of five days and four nights through the argentinean northwest, the “Puna Jujeña” in the province of Jujuy exactly.
“La puna” is located between 11.000 and 12.700 feet above sea level and has a very dry weather: the average temperature during the day is of 68°F and in winter nights it can reach 23°F. Strong winds are usual during the day and the humidity level is 15%-40%.
Where are we traveling to?
Breathe, walk and move slowly, do not agitate and drink water in order to stay hydrated during all the day. Due to the dry weather we recommend you to take sun screen, chap stick and moisturizing cream with you.
The journey begins and ends at the airport of Jujuy. Passengers must get there on their own.
Recommended type of clothing
Warm clothes (thermal socks, t-shirts and pants, gloves, scarves, warm jackets), comfortable trousers, sneakers for trekking, slippers for the nights, laced boots, hats and caps. As the weather in “la Puna” is changeable we suggest you to take not only warm but also cool clothing (short trousers and short-sleeved t-shirts for example).
Which days does the trip take place?
You can choose journeys of 1, 2, 3 4 or 5 days. The most amazing journey lasts five days and four nights: it starts on Wednesdays and ends on Sundays. The passengers must be in Jujuy airport on Wednesday morning and will be returning to Jujuy airport on Sunday afternoon..
If the passengers are already traveling inside Jujuy, they can join the tour in Humahuaca in Thursdays’ mornings.
We accept the responsibility for passengers when they arrive at Jujuy’s airport and ends when they are taken back to it.
We do not recommend people with high blood pressure, asthmatic or with lung or heart problems to participate in this journey. We suggest you to do an echocardiogram and ask a doctor if you are physically capable of walking in the mentioned heights. At the journey’s beginning, each passenger must sign an agreement that certifies that they are healthy to do this kind of trip and exempts us from any responsibility for their health.
We count with special activities for people with arthritis and arthrosis.
Only argentinean pesos are accepted. If you have Dollars, Euros or any other currency you can change your money to pesos in the airport of Buenos Aires.
Places we visit have little connectivity with internet and cell phone signal is transitory.
ID, Passport or international diver’s license.
Travel insurance and medical cover for foreigners.