Meetings in the Northern Region
Although Tucumán is the smallest province of Argentina, with 22,524 km2 (8,696.56 mi²), it offers a diversity of landscapes: plains and mountains, dry and humid weather, jungles and forests, big trees and rivers, modern cities and vestiges of its native inhabitants.
There are a lot of protected natural areas, as well as almost virgin jungles and woodlands. The main tourist attractions include: San Pedro de Colalao, La Cocha, Cerro San Javier, Ruins of the Quilmes Tribe, Pucara de la Ciudacita, Simoca (especially attractive due to its big fair), the lake coast Río Hondo, the Escaba dam, El Mollar, the Los Menhires park, the de los Sosa Ravine, Tafí del Valle, El Siambón, the snow-capped hill of the Aconquija, Colalao del Valle and Amaicha del Valle, among others.
San Miguel de Tucumán, to the north of the province, is the provincial capital and one of the oldest cities of the country.
You can discover this province by enjoying adventure, business or recreational tourism. There are many activities to do before, during and after an event: trekking, horse rides, rappel, photographic safari, climbing, among others.
Autonomous Tourism Body of Tucumán
Phone: +54381 – 4311472/4223742/ 4222199.