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Argentinian Patagonia is a region of the country which covers the southern part of the continent, towards Antarctica. Its main town is Ushuaia, although there are other important towns such as Neuquén, Bariloche, Comodoro Rivadavia, General Roca or Puerto Madryn, amongst others. Its name was given by the Portuguese explorer Fernando de Magallanes, who called the natives Patagones. Nowadays, the region is divided into five provinces which are home to marvels such as the Andes, Los Glaciares National Park, the Perito Moreno glacier , and Mount Fitz Roy.
Visiting Argentinian Patagonia
“The organisation which included tours, transfers and internal flights was excellent. Local tour companies were spot on with communication and we had friendly English speaking tour guides throughout. We knew the trip would be 'full-on' to fit in everything scheduled but it was just fantastic and worth the effort.”
“‘Stunning locations and great to explore so much in such a short space of time.’
“‘The hotel in Rio was excellent and in an amazing position. The airport pickups were all waiting for us on arrival and the pickups and guides for the tours were all punctual, friendly and informative.’
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