The diving experience is ideal for travelers looking to add a fee of adventure on your trip to Argentina. There are two environments for the practice of this activity: the Atlantic coast, perfect for its clear waters and abundant marine wildlife and areas of natural or artificial lakes (reservoirs) as seen in the map. This is one of the most complete sensations that the human being can feel.
Argentina offers a variety of possibilities for adventure activities given its geography: glaciers, volcanoes, deserts, rivers, mountains. From the top of the mountains to the flat plains; from the dense green forests and mountains to deserts and pale white of the salt; from the waters of seas, rivers and lakes to the extreme drought of barreales; citadina from modernity to the lost villages and
Do you like the idea of camping but want the comfort of a hotel? The solution is "glamping". A new global trend that combines "glamor" and "camping". A new term is cast in the terminology nit: glamping. The concept - the union of glamor and camping - is made for those who do not support sunrise in a tent to incandescent temperatures; Restform absent and the consequent pain; rumpled due to
Lago Argentino is a lake in the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, Argentina, at 50°2′S 72°4′W. It is the biggest freshwater lake in Argentina, with a surface area of 1,466 km2 (566 sq mi) (maximum width: 20 mi (32 km)). It has an average depth of 150 m (492 ft), and a maximum depth of 500 m (1,640 ft). The lake lies within the Los Glaciares National Park, in a landscape with numerous
Cami Lake (also called Fagnano Lake, Spanish: Lago Fagnano or Lago Cami) is a lake located on the main island of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, and shared by Argentina and Chile. Fagnano Lake, from north to south, in its Chilean part The 645 km² lake runs east-west for about 98 kilometres, of which 72.5 km (606 km²) belong to the Argentine Tierra del Fuego Province, and only 13.5 km (39 km²
The Southern Patagonian Ice Field (Spanish: Hielos Continentales or Campo de Hielo Sur), located at the Southern Patagonic Andes between Argentina and Chile, is the world's second largest contiguous extrapolar ice field. It is the bigger of two remnant parts of the Patagonian Ice Sheet, which covered all of southern Chile during the Last glacial period, locally called the Llanquihue glaciation.
Lake Musters and Lake Colhué Huapi (45°25′S 69°11′W, 260 m) form the terminal stage of the Senguerr river endorheic basin, located in the patagonic central region of Argentina in the south of Chubut province. Closest populated area is Sarmiento, a 8,000 inhabitant former Welsh immigrants colony. The lakes gave their names to the Mustersan and Colhuehuapian South American Land Mammal Ages.
1.- Las Pampas and Buenos Aires. From the buzzing federal capital to the flat treeless plains this eastern region of Argentina which encompasses Buenos Aires and The Pampas is jam packed with things to do and is definitely worth a good chunk of your time. Whilst exploring this region you will stumble across some of Argentina's most popular urban destinations; Buenos Aires and Cordoba which
From the buzzing federal capital to the flat treeless plains this eastern region of Argentina which encompasses Buenos Aires and The Pampas is jam packed with things to do and is definitely worth a good chunk of your time. Whilst exploring this region you will stumble across some of Argentina's most popular urban destinations; Buenos Aires and Cordoba which offer a sumptuous mixture of laid back
Argentina offers a rich variety of outdoor activities and environments, from the subtropical rainforests in the north to the subarctic coast of Tierra del Fuego in the south Argentina maintains a number of national parks, natural reserves, national monuments and provincial parks. The country has a long-standing and enlightened tradition of setting aside and protecting national and state parks.
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