Our last stop in Argentina was Iguazu Falls, in the northeast corner of Argentina along the border with Brazil and just a few miles from the border of Paraguay. At 1.7 miles wide Iguazu is one of the widest in the world. It is actually a collection of hundreds of smaller waterfalls along the Iguazu river.
Salta, Argentina - known for its nightlife, shopping, Inca mummies and Argentinian steak. We stayed for three days to check out the city and try some of the steak!
Our next stop was Cafayate, Argentina in Argentina's wine country. Surrounded with at least a dozen wineries and lots of scenic desert canyons and gorges that rival those in New Mexico, Cafayate turned out to be our favorite city in Northern Argentina.
We entered Argentina from Bolivia and visited a string of small northern mountain towns, Humahuaca, Iruya, Ticara, Maimara and Purmamarca. We crossed the border at Villazon, Bolivia into the La Quiaca Argentina on July 20, 2014.