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National Parks From Iguazu Falls to Tierra del Fuego, Argentina maintains a number of national parks (PN), natural reserves (RN or AN), provincial or regional parks (PP) and national monuments (NM). Most of the better known ones are in Patagonia, but a visitor to many of the areas within the country is sure to find a regional national park. The parks have an impressive variety of eco-environments, topography, flora and fauna, archaeological and palaeontologic importance and climates. A number of parks are on UNESCO's World Heritage List for natural values. Enjoy our photos of many of the national parks. Visitors enjoy fishing, trekking, rafting, horse-riding, mountain biking and photographic safaris and other recreational activities. Most parks have camping areas, some with hot showers and toilet facilities, and/or basic shelters called refugios, meant for trekkers and climbers. Traveling south from the northeastern corner of Argentina, through the provinces of Chaco, Corrientes, Entre Rios, Formosa and Misiones, enjoy: PN Chaco PN Iguaz photo. Iguazu National Park was named a UNESCO heritage site in 1984.

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