Argentina’s largest national park is Los Glaciares, while its oldest is Iguazu.
Argentina is widely known as a football nation. It has its capital in Buenos Aires which is also the largest city. There is no official language in the country, but Guarani, Qom, and Mocovi are the recognized regional languages. The country has a unitary presidential system of governance led by President Mauricio Macri. The country’s education system is highly ranked globally with a free education system in all levels. The country is highly urbanized with over 92% of the population living in the urban areas. Subtropical plants dominate the Northern parts of Argentina. The fauna includes reptiles, caiman species and all the big cats. There are 33 national parks in Argentina with 7% of the country being made up of protected areas. This article discusses the largest national parks in Argentina.