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Argentina Wildlife Adventure

Argentina Wildlife Adventure

Overview

Program duration: 13 days

Argentina’s diverse terrain provides the perfect destination for viewing a variety of ecosystems and wildlife, from penguins, anteaters and the ever elusive jaguar. The country has a long history of preservation which can be seen with the many number of national parks and reserves. Begin your trip in the icy south where you will spot magellanic penguins and giant elephant seals at Perito Moreno Glacier Park.

To warm up, head to the tropical northern region with a trip to the famous Iguazu Falls and Ibera Marshes.The marshes are home to a variety of wildlife including; tapir, jaguar, marsh deer, caiman, a multitude of birds, capybaras, and anteaters. Before you head home, take in the sights of Argentina’s cultural center, Buenos Aires, and enjoy guided tours or simply relax with a glass of malbec!

 

Photo Credit: Wildland Adventures

Country Fast Facts

Country Fast Facts

Argentina

Flag  Flag_of_Argentina.svg
Continent: South America
Official Language(s) Spanish
Capital: Buenos Aires
Population 43,417,000 (2015 estimate)
Climate(s) Desert (Warm/Cold), Semi-arid (Warm/Cold), Mediterranean, Oceanic (Warm/Temperate/Cool), Tundra, Humid Subtropical
Major Airport(s): Ezeiza International Airport (EZE), Malvinas Argentinas International Airport (USH)
Economic Driver(s): Agriculture, Industry, Tourism, Energy, Foreign Trade/Investment.

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