• Visit Perito Moreno glacier, Los Glaciares National Park

The largest national park in Argentina, Los Glacieres was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981 and is part of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, which feeds an impressive 48 glaciers. One of the most visited areas in Argentina, the biggest draw here is the Perito Moreno glacier, a mammoth ice sheet which covers a staggering 250km2 (96 miles2) and runs for 30km (18.6 miles), making it the third biggest freshwater reserve on the planet. 

  • Visit Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego (Land of Fire)

In the land of fire exists the city at the end of the world: Ushuaia. Famous for being the planet’s southernmost city, Ushuaia is often the last port of call for people on their Patagonian mission, whether travelers who have ticked all the boxes or adventurers who have come to discover the secrets of this far-flung corner of the world. Ushuaia encompasses many of the region’s defining traits: remote, enchanting, inimitable.

  • Whale watching in Puerto Madryn

The Southern Right Whale is one of the most majestic beasts you can see in Argentina, and the ideal place to do this is from the Patagonian town of Puerto Madryn. The sheltered waters of the Golfo Nuevo bay provide the perfect breeding ground for these incredible mammals who come here to mate between June and December, which is the best time to visit.

  • Penguins in Punta Tombo

Penguins are some of Argentina’s friendliest inhabitants, and nowhere is it better to see them than on the peninsula of Punta Tombo. This stretch of gravel and sand covered land is home to the largest colony of Magellanic penguins in South America, with over a million and a half of them arriving to breed every year.

  • Bariloche and the Seven Lakes

Bariloche is an Alpine dream located in the breathtaking lake district of Argentine Patagonia. Famous for its chocolate, skiing, and of course, the lakes, Bariloche is a must-visit on any trip to Patagonia. Rent a car and explore the region at your own pace, stopping, if you dare, to swim in any of the glacial lakes that abound.

  • El Chalten

One of the best places in all of Patagonia is El Chalten. Whether you are looking to do simple day hikes, longer treks, sample amazing food and beverages or party in an absolutely stunning natural location, the tiny village of El Chalten has something for everyone. Spend a few days and discover the wealth of trails, waterfalls, forests and lakes the area has to offer. You won’t be disappointed.

 
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