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    The Top National Parks to Visit in Argentina

    Argentina is the eighth biggest country in the world and within its 2,780,400 square kilometers exists magnificent bio and geographical diversity. The National Parks Administration is the agency that preserves and manages these areas, a total of 33 protected spaces that occupy almost 4% of the total Argentinian territory. Visiting some of these natural wilderness areas is a must for any traveler looking for a special experience. Here are the Read more
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    Tips for Planning the Perfect Bariloche Vacation

    When planning a trip to Bariloche you will indeed be looking forward to soaking up some of the greatest mountain vistas Argentina has to offer. Leave the city to explore the lakes and mountain trails of the Nahuel Huapi National Park set deep in the famous region of Bariloche. There is a generous assortment of things to do here including kayaking, hiking and camping. As the winter months approach, the hikers are slowly replaced by those Read more
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    Patagonia’s Must-See Creatures

    By now, it's no secret that Patagonia is a fascinating region extending across Argentina and Chile. Its know for its sheer beauty and wide diversity in landscape, wildlife, and intrepid adventures. Animal lovers are particularly intrigued by the region due to the huge variety of flora and fauna that call Patagonia home. It’s especially exciting to see the several species of animals here that live almost exclusively in South Read more
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    Best Travel Apps When You Don’t Have Wi-Fi

    Though purists may say nothing can replace a printed topographic map, the world’s leading smartphone apps are getting close. Technology is making it easier than ever to get lost in an adventure without getting lost in the wilderness, and there are plenty of ways to enjoy these benefits even when you’ve ventured to signal-free zones. Try one of these useful apps on your next remote mountain trek, camping trip, or deep-sea dive to stay Read more
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    Quick and Easy Argentine Locro Recipe

    Chances are, if you have visited Argentina, you've tasted the dish known as Locro. But what exactly is it? Well, it's a hot and hearty white corn based soup that Argentines celebrate as a national dish. It's delicious and perfect for cold weather as the temperatures start to drop. The soup is also unique because it carries on the legacy of ancient Incan dining concepts, which is interesting considering the fact that much of Argentine cuisine Read more
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    Where To Ski in Argentina

    In-the-know travelers and locals alike know that Argentina's terrain is incredibly diverse. It’s home to glaciers, waterfalls, mountains, wetlands, deserts, salt flats, ocean, wine country and so much more! What's great about this is that that there is never a shortage of things to do herein Argentina - no matter time of year it is.  Although some people dream the winter - we actually look forward to it year-round. Why's that? Because Read more
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    What To Do In El Chalten

    In our opinion, El Chalten is one of the most stunning attractions in South America, so we don't blame you if it's been toward the top of your bucket list! If you've been planning a trip, you have most likely already researched a bit about this popular trekking and sightseeing destination. Each year, El Chalten attracts visitors from all over the world for it's incredible glaciers, sparking lakes, rushing rivers and lush forests. But despite Read more
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    National Mountain Climbing Day

    It seems like there's a "National Day" for virtually everything these days. While some seem a bit silly (like...National Don't Cry Over Spilled Milk Day on February 11), but some we can definitely get behind. One such example is actually right around the corner. August 1 marks National Mountain Climbing Day. It was established in honor of Bobby Matthews and his friend Josh Madigan, who successfully climbed the 46 high peaks of New York Read more
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    Family-Friendly Destinations in Patagonia

    There’s no doubt Patagonia’s mighty Andes excite and attract thrill-seeking adventurers around the world. The most physically fit and bravest climbers and trekkers have throughout time sought out the But they might seem intimidating to less experienced or younger explorers. But, no need to worry! There are many more pleasant routes and trails that will still leave the whole family in awe without making you feel exhausted or overwhelmed. Read more
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    Happy National Friendship Day!

    While the idea of celebrating our friends is a universally accepted idea, we take it very seriously here in Argentina! The first International Friend Day was originally celebrated on the first Sunday of July, but over time, it eventually moved later in the month. Today, many different countries around the world celebrate the day on various dates and have their own traditions to honor the special day. In Argentina, however, its origins and Read more
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    Wildlife You Will Discover in Ibera

    Attention wildlife lovers! If it isn't already on your radar, you need to add Ibera to your travel bucket list. We recently published a blog post detailing why 2017 is the year to visit Ibera (you can check it out here) and the diverse list of wildlife that call the wetlands home was on the top reasons why. In Ibera, visitors have the opportunity to come face-to-face with more than 60 types of animals including caimans, capybaras, swamp Read more
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    How to Spend 24 Hours in Buenos Aires

    With a combination of Latin flair, European influence, elegant boulevards and gritty backstreets, Argentina’s capital city is worth more than 24 hours of your time - but we know that isn't always the case. Whether you find yourself in town for a short stay, during a layover, or squeezing in a little "bleisure" travel, we're here to share some recommendations and explain how to spend 24 hours in Buenos Aires. Of course, our local travel Read more