Travel to Argentina
Topic: Argentina Travel
TOP Ten destinations for Argentina, "I must be there" places in Argentina ......
Argentina is a wonderful country, with a diversity of nature and culture
that's hard to picture in our minds. Hence, a brief insight of the top then
locations in our beautiful country.
Starting at the northernmost location in our journey, the Quebrada de
Humahuaca World Cultural Landscape by the UNESCO in July 2nd 2003 is a
vividly colored landscape surrounded by culture and exuding history.
Humahuaca, Tilcara and Maimara are three gorgeous towns within the Quebrada,
but one of the most beautiful villages is Purmamarca, an indigenous village
in front of the Cerro de los Siete Colores (Seven-colors Mountain), each
color being a natural sediment of various geological ages. This breathtaking
pathway through nature and the history of Argentina as a land of indigenous
groups, Spaniards and Europeans.
Towards the eastern Atlantic coastline, there's an other natural marvel:
Iguazu Falls. The most impressive waterfalls within South America. Being
part of the natural borderline between Argentina And Brazil this monument to
Nature's edginess. The feel of deep nature and the rain forest rising from
the rich red soils has no comparison, all tuned by the singing of exotic
Bordering the Atlantic coastline we would arrive to Buenos Aries, Argentina'
s capital city. The famous port area through which hundreds of thousands of
immigrants entered the new Republic filled with expectations and hopes, with
their strong hands ready to work their way through life. Nowadays this
cosmopolite city beholds all sorts of magic and dreams in it's food, drinks,
dances. However big and wonderful this city is, all around the urban area we
'll find natural paradises such as Martin Garcia Island, populated by all
sort of trees and beauties, beholding one of Argentina's most interesting
The road takes us down south, bordering the Atlantic reaching Puerto Madryn
and it's outstanding sea fauna and one of the most spectacular natural
shows: Austral wails giving birth and reproducing. Further south into the
Patagonia area, we'll be stopping at the Glaciers National Park and the
Perito Moreno glacier, a spectacular monument of ice and history. And in
spite of the fact the coldness and iciness of the landscape, the adrenaline
rush provided by that energetic pole runs through your body. Heading down
still, we'll arrive to the southernmost point in the earth: Ushuahia. It's
beauty and mystery inspired Jules Verne into one of his best lines ever. It'
s magic and venturous corners behold ancient stories about the voyagers who
crossed from the Atlantic to the Pacific though Magellan straight.
We'll follow those travelers into the pacific as we head up to Neuquen
province, and more specifically Villa La Angostura, an unspoiled natural
paradise located in Nahuel Huapi National Park. Surrounded by virgin forests
and mountains, crystal clear lakes this small town is heavenly organized by
the friendly towners, an other great example of Argentinean hospitality
blending with a paradise like location.
Further north, Mendoza. Wonderful land of rich wines and delightful treats
to our pallet. Rising from the bottom skirt of the Andes mountains Mendoza
bewitches it's visitors into it's secrets. and a few courageous challenge
Mendoza's nature as they face the Aconcagua mountain trying to unveil it's
Further up north following the Andes, the San Juan province of rich wines
and beauty of culture opens up into an altitude desert and naturally crafted
beautiful Moon Valley. This is the last stop of our journey, of this
imaginary journey into the greatness of Nature and Argentina. A journey the
reader who's soon to be facing must judge to it's true features and may be
agree with me that when facing such precious monuments to beauty and life,
words don't always make justice to the energy felt and a life long
inspiration of love for living the best way we can.Email Bob Frassinetti.The Buenos Aires Art
Bob Frassinetti. Copyright 2005. Roberto Dario Frassinetti.
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Updated: Wednesday, 20 April 2005 4:33 PM