Take a look at the Natural Wonders of Argentina

Argentina is a huge country with a unique blend of endless natural and man-made attractions. Indeed, it is blessed with a wide variety of natural bounty, which has made it a favourite destination with travellers visiting South America. Discover Argentine landscape of frozen glaciers, sky-scraping mountain peaks, peaceful vineyards, breathtaking waterfalls, thick forests and harsh deserts. Let’s explore some of the most popular natural wonders of this country so that you don’t miss these in your next visit to Argentina.

Iguazú Falls

 Iguazú Fallsby Ross HuggettCC BY

Iguazú Falls by Ross Huggett CC BY

Iguazú Falls is undoubtedly the crown jewel of the natural wonders of Argentina. The falls is located close to the Argentine borders of Paraguay and Brazil. The Iguazú Falls is part of the Iguazú National Park on the Argentine side and is considered to be one of the biggest waterfalls in the world, much taller and wider than Niagara Falls of the USA. Travellers can enjoy thrilling and awe-inspiring views of the falls and surrounding forests from a network of well-maintained walkways, observation decks and viewing platforms.

Ushuaia

Ushuaia is known as the southernmost city in the world and is nestled between the southern Andes and the Beagle Channel. It is a popular base for adventures of land and sea into the region called the End of the World, which includes Antarctica cruises and glacier explorations. Travellers can enjoy some fantastic winter sports and spot rare and exotic wildlife.

Perito Moreno Glacier

Explore the huge Perito Moreno Glacier, a part of the Los Glaciares National Park. Nature lovers can observe beautiful sights from the well-maintained viewing platforms and trails. Most travellers opt for boat tours to explore the glacier. Some lucky travellers have even been able to witness large pieces of ice breaking from the glaciers! Be adventurous enough to explore the glacier on a foot or just take a helicopter flight – the choice is yours!

Ibera Wetlands

Explore Argentina’s Ibera Wetlands, which are considered to be the world’s second-largest wetlands. It is an ecological preserve, which houses numerous native South American animals including anacondas, armadillos, caimans, capybaras, howler monkeys and over 350 rare species of birds. Travellers can discover the gems of Ibera Wetlands by hiking, horseback riding or by kayaking.

Bariloche

Do you want to visit Switzerland in Argentina? Then, head straight for San Carlos de Bariloche. The city is located on the foothills of the Andes and seems to reflect Swiss-based landscapes, atmosphere and chocolate shops. Bariloche is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and pristine lakes. Apart from sightseeing, travellers can enjoy outdoor activities including skiing, water sports, trekking, cycling, rafting and climbing.

Are these natural wonders incentives enough to book flights to Argentina? These are just a few of the many more spectacular natural wonders that adorn the country. Travel to the amazing country to explore these natural wonders and its rich culture and much more.