Tourism: they raffle stays to visit the 7 Argentine Wonders

“There are seven tourist destinations, seven places with unique and incomparable landscapes, spectacular scenery, important for the biodiversity they harbor and the sustainability of their management”expressed from Visit7Mar.

The selection of the 7 Wonders of Argentina arose from a contest organized by the foundation New 7 Wonderswhere more than a million Argentines participated in the vote to elect them.

After overcoming several elimination stages, they were finally chosen:

  • Mina Clavero River (Cordoba),
  • Salinas Grandes (Jujuy),
  • Perito Moreno Glacier (Santa Cruz),
  • Talampaya National Park (La Rioja),
  • Missionary Jungle (Missions),
  • Nahuel Huapi National Park (Río Negro and Neuquén) and
  • Bathed The Star (Formosa).

As part of the celebration for the third anniversary, next May 14 the 7 Natural Wonders of Argentina will be promoted in the different activities that will be carried out in “The Night of Tourism”In Buenos Aires city.

These activities will begin at 11:30 a.m. on May 13 and will be attended by officials and tourist authorities from the different provinces. Meanwhile, for the 14th, guided tours of Buenos Aires, live shows and circuits of Tanguera Culture, among other events, were organized.

The contest that crowned the 7 natural emblems of Argentina

The 7 Argentine Wonders were consecrated on May 7, 2019. The most voted destinations were selected, among 28 finalists from 18 provinces, in a contest organized by the New 7 Wonders Foundation, and which sought to inspire and raise awareness about the conservation of natural emblems.

The final election was voted through the web and text messages and more than a million people participated.

The 7 Argentine Wonders, unique and natural destinations, are:

Salinas Grandes, in Jujuy

It is the second largest salt flat in South America and has more than 12 thousand hectares. It is about 30 centimeters thick.

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Perito Moreno Glacier, in Santa Cruz

It is located on Lake Argentino and is one of the most important in the country. It is visited by tourists from all over the world for its accessibility and its particularity: it is one of the only glaciers that is not receding.

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Talampaya National Park, in La Rioja

This landscape is the product of the erosion produced by the wind in the area and is surrounded by a river.

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Missionary Jungle, in Misiones

Valleys, rivers, lush subtropical vegetation and even mountains, which reach 800 m in height, give shape to a rainy and humid forest that occupies more than 35% of the missionary territory. It is one of the most biodiverse ecoregions on the planet.

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Mina Clavero River, in Cordoba

Its source in the Pampa de Achala is the product of the confluence of streams and streams that make it fresh, crystal clear and torrential. Its cold waters, mineralized thanks to the rock corridor, are famous for being curative.

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Nahuel Huapi National Park, in Neuquén and Río Negro

It is the oldest national park in the country and it is home to humid and cold forests, eternal snow on its most iconic hills and a wide variety of lakes, streams and rivers.

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Bathed La Estrella, in Formosa

It is the second largest wetland in Argentina. Located north of the town of Las Lomitas, it is flooded most of the year by the rains and the overflow of the Pilcomayo River. The 400,000 hectares (300 kilometers long and 10 to 20 km wide) of the Bañado make it the third in terms of area in the Southern Cone.

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