Patagonia Argentina is a pristine part of the world rich with natural wonders with the towering Andes Mountains to the west with lakes, fjords, and glaciers, and deserts, tablelands, and steppes to the east leading to the Southern Atlantic Ocean.
A diverse range of fauna, including protected species, inhabits this region. The Andean Condor dominates the skies over the mountain range, guanacos and rheas wander through the steppes. Magellanic penguins and elephant seals line the shores of the Atlantic, and southern right whales make the coastal waters their home during the breeding season.
The region offers adventures of all types, particularly trekking, glacier hiking and visits, wildlife watching, fly fishing, mountain biking, four-wheel driving, and horseback riding.
Some notable places in Patagonia, Argentina, include Los Glaciares National Park, World Heritage Listed by UNESCO, the Perito Moreno glacier, the Valdes Peninsula, Tierra del Fuego to the south, and Bariloche with its dense alpine forest, lakes, rivers, and ski slopes.