Calafate (Patagonia). It owes its reputation to be the nearest town and therefore, gateway to Los Glaciares National Park (with places of great tourist importance as the Perito Moreno Glacier or the Fitz Roy).
In Calafate we conducted a tour browsing glaciers. The main attraction is sailing among icebergs / icebergs of different sizes and admire the colors, ranging from pure white to sapphire blue.
Our next destination was Trelew, Peninsula Valdes in a wildlife reserve declared by UNESCO Natural Heritage Site in 1999.
We passed Puerto Madryn (Peninsula Valdes), stay San Lorenzo, Puerto Pyramids, to reach Punta Norte and Caleta Valdes, who is an exceptional colony of elephant seals, and is also a common feeding area orcas.
After the flights that led us to Iguazu, we stayed at the Hotel Das Cataratas, the only hotel located within the Iguazu National Park in Brazil, allows guests to enjoy exclusive access to the stunning waterfalls before the park opens its doors. There we make an excursion by boat under the falls enjoying the waves they produce, a unique way to view them more closely. Who wanted could also see the waterfalls bird’s eye view with a helicopter tour.