Argentina offers a rich variety of outdoor activities and environments, from the subtropical rainforests in the north to the subarctic coast of Tierra del Fuego in the south Argentina maintains a number of national parks, natural reserves, national monuments and provincial parks.
The country has a long-standing and enlightened tradition of setting aside and protecting national and state parks. Patagonia, encompassing the steppes and mountains of the continent's south, is a vast natural wonderland but a visitor to many of the areas within the country is sure to find a regional national park.
Some of these parks are on UNESCO's World Heritage List for natural values.
Tourist visiting the national parks can enjoy fishing, trekking, rafting, horse-riding, mountain biking and photographic safaris and other recreational activities.
It is important to say that there are serveral provincial and local parks, reserves and monuments.
Species that have been declared National Monuments:
Huemul, Southern Right Whale, Yaguarete and Taruca.
Enjoying Tierra del Fuego National Park
Fishing in Lanín National Park