Argentina

Pampas (South America)

The Pampas are a natural region of vast fertile lowland plains in South America that extend from the Atlantic Ocean to the Andes Mountains. These flat, fertile plains are a grassland biome that can be divided into three distinct ecoregions: the Uruguayan Savanna, the Humid Pampas and the Semiarid Pampas.

Patagonia (South America)

Patagonia is a distinct geographical region at the base of South America, spanning the lower sections of Argentina and Chile. Known for its arid plains, breathtaking mountain vistas, and bountiful, diverse wildlife, Patagonia is an exciting lure for eco-tourists and outdoor sports enthusiasts.

Predelta National Park and Delta del Paraná Biosphere Reserve (Argentina)

The Delta del Paraná Biosphere Reserve is a coastal freshwater delta of the Paraná River located just north of Buenos Aires, while the Predelta National Park is located in the Argentine Mesopotamia, at the beginning of the delta. It is an area rich in biodiversity including species that find their southernmost limit of distribution.

Qhapaq Ñan, Andean Road System (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru)

Qhapaq Ñan is an extensive Inca communication, trade and defense network of roads, covering more than 18,000 miles through one of the world’s most extreme geographical terrains. The road links the snow-capped peaks of the Andes to the coast, running through hot rain forests, fertile valleys and absolute deserts.