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Torres del Paine & Los Glaciares National Parks

With its jaw-dropping granite pillars, electric blue lakes, surging rivers, emerald forests, and vast steppe, this almost 700 square mile park is often considered South America's finest national park. Since 1978, Torres del Paine has been part of UNESCO's Biosphere Reserve system, with incredibly diverse landscapes, flora, and fauna, including guanacos, rheas (similar to ostriches), gray foxes, Andean condors, and more.

Los Glaciares National Park stretches across 2,800 square miles of spectacular subpolar forest and steppe, making it Argentina’s largest national park. Deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this crown jewel includes a giant Andean ice cap that feeds 47 glaciers, as well as the country’s largest lake - Lago Argentino.