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Argentina: Combining Low-Key Travel And Untamed Nature

By Ben Pate

South America is often disregarded as a travel destination, and this unfortunate stigma leaves many people missing out. The truth is that South America has some of the most unique cultures, unmatched biodiversity, and untouched natural landscapes that make it one of the Earth’s last gems of nature. And due to the currency exchange, traveling to South American can be an unbelievably affordable vacation. World famous resorts line beautiful beaches, and some of the best parties on the globe are held in South America. So if you’re looking for anything ranging from colorful festivals or a relaxing vacation lounging on the beach, renew your outdated passport and take a few minutes to look into some destinations in South America.

With the nickname as “The End of the World,” Argentina is located on the very southern end of South America. It’s this extreme location that attracts visitors searching for adventure. The tip of Argentina is only 200 miles from the glacial frontiers of Antarctica. However, the weather of Argentina is definitely not like that of Antarctica. The weather is perfect for both basking on the beach and climbing the mountains. And when you combine its unique cultures and extreme location, you get an incredibly rich history that still lives on today.

Argentina in South America is leading the world in eco-tourism. Huge masses of people looking to discover the wildness that Argentina holds flock to the untamed beaches, jagged white-tipped mountains, and the rugged terrain of Patagonia. If you get tired of the city life, all you have to do is just go right outside the city, where you can see wild animals and untouched natural landscapes first hand. However, Argentina isn’t all about the picturesque landscapes. Buenos Aires, the largest city in Argentina, makes for an exciting and amazingly inexpensive way to see Argentina. Other popular cities include Cordoba, Rosario, and Mendoza.

The nightlife in Buenos Aires rivals that of any other city in the world but with a dash of Latin flavor. As the tango capital of the world, this dangerous and seductive dance makes itself known everywhere, from street corners to flashy steak houses. While Buenos Aires still holds all the attractions that are omnipresent in most major cities – casinos, bars, clubs, resorts – it still retains its connection through nature. As a cheaper and more adventurous alternative to the famous cities that hold reputations as tourist towns, Buenos Aires still remains relatively low-key on the vacation radar, and all you need is your pasports to get there.

If you are someone who lives for adventure, definitely check out what Argentina has to offer. Get away from the overly advertised, tourist-ridden types of vacation that you might be all too familiar with, and take a chance with Argentina. You’ll be glad you did. Distinctive cultures and beautiful natural sites make Argentina the perfect spot for a special family adventure.

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