Calilegua National Park

The National Park Calilegua is a 76,300 -acre reserve in the Argentine province of Jujuy with a subtropical cloud forest on the eastern slope of the Andes. The national park was founded in 1979 located in the extreme northwest of the country and was established to preserve the biodiversity of the Yungas ecosystem. For the wildlife of the park includes about 500 species of birds; representing 50 percent of all bird species in Argentina. Among the mammals that can be found in the National Park, including jaguar, puma and ocelot.

Near the park are the places Libertador General San Martín and Calilegua.