Last stop in Argentina – La Patagonia

August 15, 2011 § Leave a comment

La Patagonia or also know as ” La Tierra de Fuego.” The land of  La Patagonia was habituated by indian 10, 00 years ago. They said tha European discover this land on 1520 . It’s also mention that you can still find fossils, painting and more in the caverns of the land. I always have wonder where the weird name of La Patagonia comes from . The story also say that most of the historians have name this land because of the giant size of the natives however there is also the theory that Fernando de Magallanes was inspired by a novel he was reading names , ”  Primaleón,” where the main character was a Patagón giant.

This beautiful Lands are shared by two countries , cover 300,00 miles which nearly the third part of the country   Argentina and in the other side cover 340,00 km 2 which literally is half of the country of  Chile. La Patagonia is right and the bottom of South America in the Atlantic ocean and is the closest point to the Antarctica. The best season to visit la Patagonia is on summer which run between December and March. At this beautiful land full of relaxation there is so many things to do. You will be able to find the most breathtaking views right at the end of the world.  One of the activities that you might experience is fishing because of the great number of fishes is the area.  There is an amazing fauna and flora that you will be able to found from penguins , whales and dolphins and mountains and lakes mix to make this place just amazing.  There is one place you can  not miss in your trip to South America which is right at the end of the world.


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