Natural Wonders to Explore During Your Argentina Tour

Argentina spans across a vast land of the continent’s southern part. As a result, the South American country is rich in panoramic diversity ranging from its imposing Andes mountains, resplendent glaciers to sparkling ice field nestled in the in the Andean-Patagonian region, verdant Pampas grassland and many more. Argentina tours are designed to introduce the nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts to an exciting, immersive and unforgettable travel experience.

What to see and do in Argentina? Truly speaking, it is never easy to make a list as the country’s famously majestic landscape has so much to offer even for the most experienced backpackers. And yes, the country is a hotspot for the adventure lovers as well. Here are top four must-visit spots during your Argentina travel.

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu falls, spanning across 2.7 kilometers, feature a series of 275 gorgeous waterfalls located on the river Iguazu. The falls are a marvel in themselves but the adjoining Argentine-Brazilian rain forestsrich in exotic wildlife has enhanced their grace and glamour manifolds. With many cat walks constructed in the area, the travellers get a wonderful chance to feast their eyes on the natural splendour from a close quarter. The place reportedly receives more than one million of footfalls every year. It is one of the big draws for the Argentina-bound travellers.

Parque Patricios

Nestled at the heart of Buenos Aires, the capital city of the country, the place has a rich historical and cultural heritage. It has been named after Parque de los Patricios, an iconic park that along with other beautiful parks adds to the splendour of the place, fondly called the green lungs of Buenos Aires.

The southern border of the neighbourhood – a home to Tomás ADucó Stadium– has been declared a protected heritage site since 2007. Many legendary football players have played here. If you are in luck, you can catch a sight of some of them undergoing training at the stadium.

Los Glaciares National Park

The national park, positioned near the Chilean border, makes the best spot to admire the magnetic power of the country’s natural beauty. It is where you will see the Perito Moreno Glacier, the third largest freshwater glacier of the world. The 30-km long ice formation is open for travellers’ visits. Guided ice trekking tours are conducted for one to five hours to help the tourists explore the beauty of the majestic glacier; it will nourish the spirit of adventure that people like you are madly crazy about.