With clean air and wide expanses of land dominated by stunning lakes, mountains and glaciers, the Patagonia region defies the imagination. As early as 1830, British naturalist Charles Darwin was curious about Patagonia and embarked a ship called Beagle to travel through this remote territory with prehistoric remains.
Extending from La Pampa to the famous End of the World, the region is home to several protected natural areas and is the cradle of a wide diversity of marine species, where you can see colonies of seals and elephant seals, Magellan penguins, dolphins, dolphins and the iconic Franca Austral Whale. , declared a National Natural Monument.
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