Parque Provincial Aconcagua
The Parque Provincial Aconcagua, which is home to the 6,962m Cerro Aconcagua and a popular climbing location, is the most well-known park in the area.
This Theatre reached 100 years old in 2008 and is revered for both the acoustics and the artistic merit of its architecture.
It is a famous excursion and you'll get stunning views of Cerro Campanario, Lake Nahuel Huapi, and the Llao Llao peninsula.
Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego
The park, which covers 68,909 hectares, is the only one in Argentina with a combination of marine, woodland, and mountain habitats that shapes the sea coast and lakes.
It was completed in 1943, and the intriguing water storage tower atop Stella Maris hill is still operational today. Despite having 194 steps and an 88m height, it only has 2 floors.
Garganta Del Diablo
The famed Iguaz waterfalls are the centrepiece of a genuinely wonderful site, and the Garganta Del Diablo is their headliner. It is situated on the Iguazu River, which divides Argentina from Brazil.
Perito Moreno Glacier
Because of the breathtaking vista it provides, the Perito Moreno glacier is regarded as the eighth wonder of the world.
The Beagle Channel is a stunning, serene stretch of water that is the ideal starting and finishing point for an adventure to Antarctica.
Delta El Tigre
It is significantly cooler than Buenos Aires and has houses constructed on the delta that can only be reached by boat.
Cuesta Del Obispo
One of the well-known locations for stunning rock formations, natural barriers, and treks is the Cuesta del Obispo.