The Valdes Peninsula and its many attractions

Whale Watching in Valdés Peninsula

The Valdes Peninsula in Patagonia, which covers approximately, 3625 km², is characterized by a barren, flat landscape covered with numerous shrubs. The climate varies greatly depending on the season; in winter it is usually below 5 °C, but in summer, it gets very hot, reaching up to 45 °C. The peninsula offers a variety of […]

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Cities in Patagonia

Cities in Patagonia

If you are considering visiting Patagonia, there are some cities that you cannot miss. Currently, a lot of them have something that makes them worth a visit if you want to make the very best of your travel. Best cities in Patagonia As we have already mentioned, here you have the 7 best cities that […]

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National parks in Argentina

Argentina has 35 national parks with a huge range of climates, terrains, and experiences. Here are just a few of the most notable examples, but there are many more. Want to know more about the National parks in Argentina? Los Glaciares National Park and Perito Moreno Los Glaciares is the largest National Park in Argentina. […]

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How to get to Patagonia

Flying is fastest Getting around when you are there. Getting to Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, or the ‘End of the World’ Getting around in Tierra del Fuego Don’t underestimate the immensity of Patagonia. It covers a massive 673,000 square kilometres, and features a huge diversity of landscapes. It is a natural wonder with endless sites […]

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The Petrified Forest of Jaramillo National Park, Argentina

The Petrification process What to see nearby Practical tips for visiting Planning your trip Getting there Nearby destinations to visit (relatively speaking) Most national parks exist to protect forests, flora, and fauna. Jaramillo National Park is different. It exists to protect a fossilized – or petrified – forest, one that existed 175–170 million years ago. […]

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Glaciers in Argentina: A veritable treasure

Glaciers in Argentina

Glaciers in Argentina are spread over a length of about 3500 kilometers in the west of the country, more specifically in the Andes, and are spread over 12 provinces of the country. 90% of the earth’s freshwater is found in glacier areas, and after Antarctica and Greenland comes the “Los Glaciares” region, which is partly […]

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When is the best time to go to Patagonia?

The Patagonia region covers 1,060,631 km² and is located in the southern part of South America. It extends across the countries of Argentina and Chile and is incredibly scenic. Patagonia is one of the most sought-after destinations in the world for many travel-loving tourists. Since the climate varies greatly throughout the year, you should ask […]

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Discover the most popular food in Argentina

Argentina popular foods

The gastronomy of a country is a good opportunity to understand and learn about the local culture. In Argentina, the local cuisine has been influenced, among other things, by the various migrations of Spaniards and Italians who emigrated to Argentina in several waves of immigration.  Argentine cuisine is not just made up of THE Argentine […]

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The Atacama Desert in Chile 

The Atacama Desert in Chile 

The Atacama Desert is possibly the oldest desert, and it is known as the driest non-polar place on earth: This is because the Atacama Desert has been extremely dry for at least 3 million years. Research by a group of British scientists has shown that some river beds have been dry for as much as […]

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The Deserts of South America

desert in south america

The deserts of South America are full of life and spectacular sites. Martian landscapes, petrified forests, magnificent vivid colors and formations, cave paintings, spouting geysers, hot springs, saltwater lagoons, and some of the most remarkable night skies on the planet. And, of course, flamingos. The Atacama Desert, northern Chile The most famous desert in South […]

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