Argentina and its natural wonders

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The giant South American nation of Argentina occupies much of the south of the American continent; as is, its natural wonders they change from the pampas grasslands where beef cattle usually graze, to the mountains of the Andes and the glaciers.

There is a gigantic variety when it comes to landscapes and there is no lack of places to go and things to look at.

Argentina will undoubtedly give you one, an enveloping path that can please the most expert travelers, with several of the natural wonders that make Argentina a must for any traveler.

The Cerro de los Siete Colores we can locate it in the north of Argentina.

This great creation was created by nature from a set of elements, such as red clay, white lime rock, violet lead, green copper oxide and yellow sulfur.

These colors are shown in lines across the hill and we must see them to believe.

The town of El Chalten, it is a den for those wishing to go hiking and climbing in phenomenal landscapes.

If you want an amazing view, wake up early in the morning before the sun rises and you will see the first rays of the day lighting the amazing mountain range that rises above the town.

Many people go to be able to look at the amazing Fitz Roy peak, but few see it in all its glory, with pink tones at the beginning of the day.

An empirically phenomenal skill.

There are plenty glaciers in this part of Argentina, but the vast majority is given less attention than Perito Moreno.

This is especially the inaccessibility of others and the infrastructure that has been established to allow tourists to enjoy this amazing ice field.

An amazing and highly visited ice field, measuring colossal 30 km long, 5 km wide and 60 m elevation, this glacier advances continuously, up to 2 m per day.

You can grab a boat ride that approaches the glacier, the walkways provide amazing views.

From there you will be able to see so many shades of blue flashing under the sun that will leave you breathless.

This protected area supports a wonderful diversity of unique birds and mammals, it is the second largest wetland in the world.

Located in the northeast of Argentina, in the province of Corrientes, this beautiful area is often overlooked in the nearby Iguazu National Park, but it is worth a visit.

A land filled with surrealist rock formations, dinosaur remains and the glow of red sunsets that cross the desert valley.

For millennia, water and climate have exposed a large portion of fossils from the Triassic period that can be seen in the park museum.

The canyon houses different forms, carved in soft red sandstone, clay and volcanic ash.

Created in 1934, it is the oldest and one of the Argentine national parks Most visited.

In this park is the deepest lake in this country, the Nahuel Huapi Lake, a splendid glacial remnant more than 100 km long.

Nahuel Huapi, one of the main destinations of winter sports, is a well-known place for hiking and boating, thanks to the magnificent slopes that surround the southern shores of the nearby lake of Bariloche.

It can be said that it is one of the most amazing views of the planet, Iguazu Falls They are even higher than Niagara Falls and twice as wide, which makes them one of the most amazing natural views.

Not only do they offer amazing visual dexterity, the power and noise of the falls, a chain of hundreds of waterfalls of almost 3 km long, they are amazing.

They are on the border with Brazil and can be easily accessed on a short flight from Buenos Aires, which makes them a known adventure.

There are few places on Earth as isolated and picturesque as the area of ​​Patagonia and you can spend hours walking or driving without knowing anyone.

Patagonia offers rugged landscapes, as well as numerous meadows, lakes and penguins.

There is nothing like penguins to bring a smile to people's faces.

In Punta Tombo there are more than a million Magellanic penguins that come to nest each summer.

Further down on the coast, you will also be able to find them in the Puerto San Julián and in Ushuaia, where many people leave for cruises to Antarctica.

When looking at the penguins in their natural habitat, remember to keep a good distance, especially if they are nervously protecting their young.

The town of The Bag is in the shadow of the mountains of Piltriquitron of Argentina.

It is especially a place to relax and estimate the famous handicraft market, the city is given to many backpackers who seek to escape the commercialism of nearby Bariloche and savor natural and vegetarian foods, in addition to an excellent craft beer, jams, sweets and honey of local crops.

In its last 3 decades, El Bolsón was known as an ecological municipality.

Just outside of the city there are some perfect, simple access tours that will take you through some of the most glorious scenery in this country.

The rows of poplars give a Mediterranean appearance to local farms, the vast majority of which grow fruits and hops.

The Península Valdés, denominated like Patrimony of the Humanity by UNESCO, it has more or less 400 km of coast and extends by 100 km towards the South Atlantic Ocean.

It is also the natural home of the southern elephant seal, the killer whale, the southern sea lion, the Magellanic penguin and many other marine and terrestrial animals, including 181 recorded bird varieties.

Both the government and private tours offered in this part of Argentina become an educational foray to preserve the natural variety of Patagonia.

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