I ts natural wonders enjoy a well-deserved fame which, through stories, postcards or the social media, reach thousands of travelers across the planet.
The word “diversity” probably summarizes what visitors will discover throughout the territory: lakes, mountains, deserts, glaciers, as well as a unique view from the very end of the world.
Argentina is home to destinations that have been listed as UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, such as the Peninsula Valdes marine sanctuary, the Iguazu National Park, Los Glaciares National Park, and the most recently listed (2017) Los Alerces National Park in Chubut.
In our post today, however, we will be taking a look at Argentina’s seven natural wonders, which were chosen by popular vote out of 28 spots preselected by experts. For such pre selection the criteria was based on 7 different attributes: exceptional scenic beauty, geological originality, singularity/relevance, biodiversity/heterogeneity, sustainability, accessibility and potentiality.