Itineraries: The main attraction of the park are its hot springs. In Copahue are domesticated, they put at the service of health. But in Las Maquinitas, the Amphitheatre and the volcano crater, destination rides and guided walks, wild look in all its splendor. Also reach the border pillar Step Copahue 2013 mts., Where the Mapuche Chilean valley Trapa Trapa arrive daily to sell their crafts.
Exceptional features, it is one of the country's thermal havens Copahue Provincial Park, located northwest of the province of Neuquén, Patagonia Argentina, meets two criteria proposed for the assessment of outstanding universal value and to be declared a World Natural Heritage by the United Nations Organization. On the one hand, represent natural phenomena or areas of exceptional natural beauty
1.- Gualeguaychú Carnival The Carnival of the Country. As in previous years, during the next 2014 Summer months, on Saturdays (from January 4th to March 1st, and this Summer will also include March 2nd and 3rd -Sunday and Monday-), the city of Gualeguaychú will dress up to present one of the most expected shows in the area: the Gualeguaychu 2014 Carnival, which summons thousands of enthusiasts
As in previous years, during the next 2014 Summer months, on Saturdays (from January 4th to March 1st, and this Summer will also include March 2nd and 3rd -Sunday and Monday-), the city of Gualeguaychú will dress up to present one of the most expected shows in the area: the Gualeguaychu 2014 Carnival, which summons thousands of enthusiasts that enjoy the brightness, the joy, the thrill and the
Surrounding environment, Lagoons and wing are located in the Capital Department, to 2.306msnm In total there are six access but this will only enable them to three bodies of water that are in high amid lush greenery and looks like a mirage in the mountains, a dream. They are known as: The Noques, Alizar, The Trough, Drainage, Rodeo, Long. The thick vegetation and flowers form in an attractive
1.- Progressive disappearance of missionary fauna. The fauna of the province of Misiones, notable for its wonderful variety, was highly assaulted: one by the irrational and uncontrolled hunting of species with economic value (for their fur or leather), on the other removing the forest as natural... More » 2.- Andresito Provincial Park great exponent of the missionary nature. Among extensive
The fauna of the province of Misiones, notable for its wonderful variety, was highly assaulted: one by the irrational and uncontrolled hunting of species with economic value (for their fur or leather), on the other removing the forest as natural habitat, which significantly decreased the chances of survival of the species. As a result several species at virtual extinction was implemented to
Among extensive plantations of yerba mate blend with the forest vegetation, Andresito is a quiet town in the Province of Misiones which is located 60 miles from Niagara Falls, in the Department of General Belgrano. Combining natural landscapes with activities for everyone but always retain the native environment, ecotourism is positioned as one of the best ways to immerse yourself in this
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1.- Teyú Cuaré Provincial Park (Misiones), inspirational writer Horacio Quiroga. Teyú Cuaré Provincial Park (in Guarani: Teju lizard kuaré, cave, ie: Cave lizard) is a protected area of Argentina province of Misiones. It covers a coastal area on the Paraná River located in the department of San Ignacio. It has an area of 78 ha. The place has inspired the Uruguayan writer Horacio Quiroga, who
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