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Buenos Aires - Nature

title: Talampaya La Rioja Argentina

Talampaya, La Rioja Argentina

Mornings in Talampaya ought to be taken advantage of for a hike or a ride on the bicycle, since the weather is hot and in the noon would not be the best idea to explore. Talampaya’s name is from a Quechua term meaning “Dry Riverbed of the Tala”, according to the Tala tree that once grew there. The rocks are immense and red, beautifully designed by nature. It is an archeological area and considered to be an open air museum.

title: Avistaje Pinguinos Punta Tombo Chubut Argentina

Avistaje Pinguinos - Punta Tombo, Chubut Argentina

In Punta Tombo, the Magellanic penguins come to lay their eggs on the sand. Creating nests and watching their offspring until they grow. Both female and male penguins work together; occasionally one of them would go to the beach to catch fish so they would eat. However, in late September the penguins would leave to find a new home in Patagonia.

title: Parque Provincial Ischigualasto San Juan Argentina

Parque Provincial Ischigualasto, San Juan Argentina

Argentina has many peculiarities that have traveled the world by word of mouth with the people who have visited the country. The outgoing personality of its people, who are friendly, fun and effusive; the typical cuisine which includes asado, mate, region

title: Banado de la Estrella Formosa Argentina

Bañado de la Estrella, Formosa Argentina

Argentina has many peculiarities that have traveled the world by word of mouth with the people who have visited the country. The outgoing personality of its people, who are friendly, fun and effusive; the typical cuisine which includes asado, mate, region

title: Parque Provincial Ischigualasto San Juan Argentina

Parque Provincial Ischigualasto, San Juan Argentina

Ischigualasto Provincial Park is a historical site. Some of the most ancient dinosaurs had survived there. It is the place for people with interest in ancient mammals. The fossils of the Rhynchosaurs and cynodonts are found in the valley of the moon. The place is great for exploring and learning more about ancient beasts dating back around 230 million years ago. It can only be visited by vehicle; it is a desert valley amid two ranges of high mountains.

title: Parque Nacional Los Glaciares Santa Cruz Argentina

Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, Santa Cruz Argentina

In 1981 Parque Nacional Los Glaciares was declared world heritage by the UNESCO. It is the second largest ice park in Argentina. The name of the national park is a reference to the giant ice cap in the Andes. This immense location attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world, but more essentially it draws scientists engaged in glaciology and climate studies. Backpackers are not allowed to campfire within the park, a stove is obligatory for cooking.

title: Mocona Misiones Argentina

Moconá, Misiones Argentina

Green fields everywhere you look, enormous trees covering the waterfall. That is Mocona. The jungle belongs to one of the most important subtropical forests of South America. The falls of Monoca are the longest in the world, almost 3 kilometers long and 15 meters high with the river below. It will truly leave you speechless.

title: Salinas Grandes Jujuy Argentina

Salinas Grandes, Jujuy Argentina

In the Northwest of Argentina, is located the Salinas Grandes. An amazing location filled with salt flats that at sight looks like pure white snow. But do not be fooled it is salt! Tourists enjoy walking on them, discovering them some would say it really makes them feel like they are in a different world. You will find salt pools within the salt ...

title: Parques Nacionales Cataratas del Iguazu Misiones Argentina

Parques Nacionales Cataratas del Iguazú, Misiones Argentina

The Iguazú National Park is one of the rarest environmental beauties in Argentina. The park is located within the Alto Paraná Atlantic forests ecoregion; this heavenly place was inhabited 10,000 years ago by hunter-gatherers of the Eldoradense culture. Several endangered spices are now living in the Iguazú such as the jaguar, jaguarundi, South American Tapir, ...

title: Mocona Misiones Argentina

Moconá, Misiones Argentina

Argentina has many peculiarities that have traveled the world by word of mouth with the people who have visited the country. The outgoing personality of its people, who are friendly, fun and effusive; the typical cuisine which includes asado, mate, region

title: Observacion de Aves Argentina

Observacion de Aves Argentina

Bird watching in Argentina is an experience of a lifetime! You can find distinctive spices of birds that will truly amaze you. The earth creepers brush runners, cachalots, and gallitos and much more some have come across over 308 different spices. Inspecting them in the blue sky, not just flying but also dancing and making round turns they are gorgeous!