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“The bio diverse park, known for its more than 200 glaciers, includes mountains, lakes and woods, a large portion of the Andes practically under ice and snow to the west, and the arid Patagonian steppe to the east.”
“I also enjoyed the drive into the national park from El Calafate - the landscape is beautiful, the road journey is incredible and as we had a private driver we were fortunate enough to stop for some photos by the...”
“... by boat But both sections ( Upsalla north and Spegazzini south) are interesting on their own, and the strong blue from ice blocks with varied forms on the way up the glaciers front are Nature fabulous deeds”
“We visited different glaciers in the park and passed many icebergs.”
“... spend far from the National Park and all this iceberg-mania then this is the trip to go! Short but full of interesting things to see: Wild animals, breathtaking landscapes, unbelievable view and colors of nature.”
“This tour had it all, great nature experience, wonderful photo opportunities and an experienced and fun guide.”