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Buenos Aires, Argentina

Places of Interest

Region Buenos Aires

Tigre is only 30 minutes away from the City of Buenos Aires, the access gate to the Paraná Delta, a privileged place to enjoy the river, islands, nature, sports, entertainment, relaxation and adventure. Great for watersports, meetings, or just to enjoy nature.

Region Cordoba

The Jesuit Missions and Estancias were declared UNESCO World Heritage Site, they are located to the north of Córdoba. Visitors can find scattered Jesuit chapels and estates from the 17th and 18th century, where the Catholic Order used to organize labor activities for the natives during Colonial times.

Region Cuyo

Talampaya National Park was declared UNESCO Natural Heritage Site. It is a natural reserve of native flora and fauna with great paleontological and archaeological richness. It has a wide variety of geological formations originated in the Precambrian era and up to the Quaternary period. It is considered a real sample of Andean and sub‑Andean environments.

Region Litoral

Iguazú National Park recently chosen as one of the Seven Wonders of the World for their natural splendor and amazing vegetation, it offers over 400 waterfalls surrounded with the amazing subtropical rainforest of the region.

Region Norte

The Humahuaca Ravine was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the first Cultural Landscape of Humanity in South America, with a famous colorful mountain landscape, each color result of a different layer of sediments deposited over the last 600 million years.

Region Patagonia

Los Glaciares National Park, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where it is possible to sail in the Argentino Lake, the biggest of the country and third of South America, discover the marvelous Perito Moreno Glacier and walk on it with special equipment.