Argentina is a truly immense country. With its fertile pampas plains in the center, southern Patagonian magic extending to the Tierra del Fuego…
When you’re in Patagonia, cruising the fjords or trekking the pampas, hiking up mountains or boating through channels, it can take time to sink into silence.
A vast and remote region spanning 402,000 square miles that’s shared between Argentina and Chile, Patagonia is naturally divided by the Andes, though most of it — 90% — is Argentinian.
Photos, highlights, and drive-lapse video show you what we saw during our South American road trip in Bolivia and Argentina in March 2019.
20 things to do in Argentina, from desert to glaciers, north to south, here are amazing places to visit starting in Buenos Aires.
The must do hike in Los Glaciares National Park is the one to the Fitz Roy Towers. It’s 20 km return with 610-750 m of elevation gain depending on where you start…
Following in the footsteps of explorers Fitzroy and Darwin, adventurer Leon McCarron finds both treasures and trouble along Argentina’s Atlantic coast.
Looking down, I saw what resembled a mossy carpet, its tight weave separated only by the muddy Paraná River, snaking its way through the vast stretch of jungle.
Source: The Mighty Iguazú