Los Glaciares National Park
Glaciers National Park covers an area of around 600.000 hectares. It is located in the Patagonia’s province of Santa Cruz. It has 47 glaciers, being Perito Moreno the most impressive - 5 km. long and about 80 meters high.
Only 5 miles (8 km) from El Calafate you will find this important archaeological site where the first cave paintings in the province were discovered. These paintings have been partly recreated to be better appreciated.
Navigating on Brazo Rico on Lake Argentino
Appreciate the icebergs coming from Moreno Glacier, which drift towards the south extreme of Canal de los Tempanos. The boat travels at a discretional distance from the glacier wall, so that you can contemplate the breakings and enjoy the wonderful blue tones of the ice. Only from this perspective it is possible to appreciate the real dimensions of this huge mass of ice.