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Argentina

Thanks to its sheer size – it is the second largest country in South America – Argentina unites extreme landscape experiences with the contemplative depth of its wide-open spaces.

Its majestic geographical advance opens from the west with the impressive rugged peaks of the Andes, perfect for hiking, and moves more gently towards the Atlantic with the rolling landscape of the Pampas – Latin America’s “Far West” that occupies the heart of the country – and on to the surprising subtropical plains of the Gran Chaco.

Pushing to the south, Argentina takes on the face of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego: remote areas of steppes, valleys, glaciers, and plateaus, and the realm of harsh contrasts and completely untouched natural beauty.

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Argentina

Thanks to its sheer size – it is the second largest country in South America – Argentina unites extreme landscape experiences with the contemplative depth of its wide-open spaces.

Its majestic geographical advance opens from the west with the impressive rugged peaks of the Andes, perfect for hiking, and moves more gently towards the Atlantic with the rolling landscape of the Pampas – Latin America’s “Far West” that occupies the heart of the country – and on to the surprising subtropical plains of the Gran Chaco.

Pushing to the south, Argentina takes on the face of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego: remote areas of steppes, valleys, glaciers, and plateaus, and the realm of harsh contrasts and completely untouched natural beauty.