Argentina Waterfalls (South America)
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Argentina waterfalls exist in the country's diverse range of climatic regions - from the tropical jungles of the north to the temperate mountains in the south. Its most famous waterfall Iguazú Falls
is also shared with Brazil. There are numerous waterfalls to be found in the wild subtropical jungles of the country's north. However, there also waterfalls to be found in the alpine regions of Patagonia and the majestic mountains of the south. One such waterfall we visited amongst such regal scenery was Chorrillo del Salto
There's much to be seen in this large country (the 8th largest in the world), which is rich in nature, culture, and history. So far, we've only been to the Iguazú Falls area and the Patagonia area. However, we anticipate seeing waterfalls in other regions of the country such as the Patagonian Lakes District, Tierra del Fuego, and more.
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