PATAGONIA
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At the southern most tip of the country you will find the gem called Patagonia. It is one of the few places in the world with coasts on both the Atlantic and the Pacific and thus has become a fairly popular destination for those who wish to visit this one-of-a-kind destination.
Marked by some wild topography, Patagonia is also home to portions of the pampas. The gauchos (Argentine cowboys) became legend in this region and their spirit is still celebrated today. Patagonia is also marked by breathtaking scenery, crystalline lakes, and some of the most unique wildlife in the region.
  • TIERRA DEL FUEGO

    This is the absolute southern most point of the Americas—many come here for that reason alone. It truly encompasses everything from snowy mountain ranges to vast plains to bustling ports. Visitors here can even experience a dog sledding tour.

  • PENINSULA VALDES

    A distinctive wildlife sanctuary located on the eastern coastline, Peninsula Valdes truly is home to some amazing animals. Visitors have gotten close to Magellanic penguins; you may also see orcas, elephant seals and sea lions.

  • THE LAKE DISTRICT

    Toward the northern section of Patagonia, you will encounter what is known as the Lake District. Bariloche is the area’s main hub and features something of a European flair. The outdoors though is what the Lake District is all about bringing tourists in for skiing, rafting, hiking and horseback riding among other activities.

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