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Parks and Reserves in Argentina

Valdes Peninsula

Located along the Atlantic coast of Argentina is the Valdes Peninsula, an important national reserve listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The peninsula is a popular hangout for marine wildlife like sea lions, seals, and whales because of its calm waters compared to the open sea. The peninsula is also inhabited by nearly 200 bird species all in all making this a great stop for nature lovers from all over the world.

 

Poreto Moreno Glacier
This important, natural tourist destination is a great spot to join in on a tour. You will have the chance to see great plant and animal life as well the main attraction: the huge Poreto Moreno Glacier rising tens of meters out of the water. This spot will amaze even the most traveled tourists.

 

El Chaltén
Located within the Los Glaciares National Park and surrounded by mountains, this destination is most popular for its vast number of treks and climbing spots available to visitors. There are a few restaurants and accommodations as well as campgrounds for those interested in spending the night in the wilderness.

 

Tierra del Fuego National Park
Located on the island of Tierra del Fuego, this national park comes complete waterfalls, glaciers, and beautiful forest scenery and is sure to be a pleasing stop for hikers and nature lovers. There are also nearly 100 species of birds for gazers to enjoy.

 

Aconcagua
This peak is the highest mountain in all of the Americas and is a popular climbing destination. Aconcagua is one of the famous Seven Summits and has all of the climbing accommodations such as elaborate base camps as well as exciting scenery.