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A property of 4290 Has in the southern part of the mountainous forestall region in the eastern area of Los Andes, in a zone which is the buffer of the Biosphere Reserve: “Yungas”, in Jujuy Province, ARGENTINA (22º08´S, 65º30´O).

It limits with its core area, the Provincial Park Potrero de Yala. It is located at 60 km of International Airport H. Guzmán and at 30 km of San Salvador de Jujuy City.


The Finca Potrero de Yala, located in Yala River valley, it occupies an area of 4290 Ha, and contains the hydrographical basin of that river, which waterhead is located at 3600 MASL, inside the property where there are many waterfalls with a special beauty.

The Finca is located inside the tourist circuit that joins the Complejo Termal de Reyes (Reyes Thermal Complex) with the Potrero de Yala Provincial Park,where the homonimous Lagunar Complex is located and holds the lagoons Desaguadero, Comedero, Rodeo y  Noque. The access to this Tourist Circuit can obtained from Jujuy  Cty by National Route Nº 9, and access can be reached by localities of Reyes or Yala.


From Reyes Locality the access to the Reyes Thermal Complex can be obtained by Provincial Route Nº4, paved in a track of 15 km. From there, to reach the Finca there are 7km on the consolidated Provincial Route Nº4.


The Provincial Route Nº4 goes through the Finca, being an excellent via of access that allows a fast location of the land.


On the valley hillside, the vegetation extends from the base of the hill, at 1600 MASL, up to summits that reach 3600 MASL. Regarding Flora & Fauna features we have to mention that they match to what is known as mountain jungle/forest and the basal area of a pasture of high heights.

The special weather conditions establish the existence of a series of vegetation belts or floors that can be well distinguished one from the other. A Montana Jungle is defined this way, and it occupies the hills of the valley, which is normally covered by clouds during summer and the beginning of fall.


The deciduous trees are predominant. They form the forest that is called the Montano Forest, with the Creole Walnut Tree. Three different types of forest can be found: “Pino del Cerro” “Alisos” and “Queñoas”. The Pino del Cerro is the only one conifer in the Argentine Northwest. The Aliso, which reaches up to Canada, is located in steep slopes. The Queñoa is a little three with a twisted trunck that can be found up to 3000 m. of height over rock walls. It can reach up to 6 m. Over the Montanos Forests we find the high Pastures all made of grasses and other herbs that bloom on the rainy season which gives the landscape an incomparable beauty.


The most representative species are the eagle, the Alisero parrot and a crowd of hummingbirds. To them, it can be added the common southern lapwing, the white heron, common white swifts, partridge, owls, neotropic cormorants and dot-winged crake (Porzana spiloptera). Lagoon small duck, Creamy-bellied thrush, common blackbird and water blackbird, woodpecker, falcon, Southern crested caracara, vulture, sparrowhawk, urraca, Andean sparrow, Andean condor, goldfinch, misto, hooded siskin, double-collared seedeater, etc. All of these birds open the door for birdwatching which has been so popular this time.

Between mammals we can find collar peccary, red brocket, hare, South American raccoon, scrubland fox, Geoffroy's cat, skunk, weasel and small ferret. Also, in the high pasture we can find a native deer, taruca or north Andean deer, which is in danger of extinction.

Many species of mammals live exclusively over the threes as squarrels which runs over the truncks looking for fruits and seeds. The invertebrate fauna has not been studied a lot, but is very wide and rich. 

  • Bird watching

  • Trekking

  • Horse Riding

  • Mountain bike

  • Sport Fishing

  • Flora & Fauna Watching