From the Niagara to the Rhine, few natural formations fascinate and inspire like waterfalls can. Possessing a unique combination of power and grace, waterfalls represent the delicate balance that brings beauty to our world. They are life in motion and that is embodied in the Iguazu Falls.
Patagonia conjures up images of snow-tipped mountains, glaciers, endless grasslands – of pure, untamed nature. As such it attracts vast crowds of outdoor enthusiasts and, correspondingly, prices are among the highest in Chile and Argentina.
Argentina’s National Parks Provide An Ideal Way To Experience The Country’s Great Diversity Of Landscapes And Climates; PR Newswire
Argentina is a treasure trove of natural attractions. The country’s wide-open spaces unveil a great diversity of landscapes, geological formations, and climates ranging from subtropical in the north to sub-Antarctic in the far south.
Some natural wonders seem too extraordinary to be real, but their colors and shapes occur naturally — no photo-editing software necessary.
Road Trip Driving Route in Argentina & Chile in January, February, and March 2020; Trans-Americas Journey
The writer’s road trip in the Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego regions of Argentina and Chile included many miles on the road and on the trails in January, February, and March 2020.
Spend just over week exploring Buenos Aires, Mendoza and the Iguazú Falls with Evening Standard’s ultimate guide…
Source: How to spend a week in Argentina
More and more travelers have been discovering Argentina. It offers everything from exciting cities with thriving nightlife to charming historic villages, wine country, abundant wildlife and spectacular diverse terrain, including soaring mountain peaks and breathtaking coastlines. A vast country with so much to do, it can be hard to decide what to put on your itinerary, but these top tourist attractions are sure to be highlights on any Argentine trip.
Top things to do in Argentina, including tango in Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, an adventure to Cordoba, glacier hiking and many more Argentina activity ideas…
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.
Things to do in Argentina | 20 Places To Visit For A Whirlwind Trip; Christina Pfeiffer; Travel 2 Next
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…
Looking down, Samai Haider 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
Coasts, glaciers, mountains, lakes, rivers, fjords, rain forests, two distinct cultures and a wide range of activities—Patagonia has something for everyone.
Everything you need to know about visiting the Perito Moreno glacier in El Calafate, Argentinian Patagonia. Tips for getting there, the best tours, and how to avoid crowds.