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Tourism in Argentina: five beautiful forests ideal for walking and disconnecting from the routine

Tourism in Argentina: five beautiful forests ideal for walking and disconnecting from the routine

A great idea to combat the stress of the daily routine is rest and enjoy one of the many beautiful forestswith stunning views, that we have in our country. Therefore, at Ámbito Financiero we bring you five places full of nature to relax and forget for a moment about obligations and pressures.

San Lorenzo ravine

It is located west of Villa San Lorenzo, at the foot of the precordillera or eastern mountain range in the Capital Department of the province of Salta, in the north of the country. It is a good destination for its landscapes, its ravines, its hills, thousands of greens and good locationnear the city of Salta.

It is an ideal place for sports such as trail running and outdoor activities or adventure tourism such as cycling and horseback riding or trips in all-terrain vehicles. In addition, you can see a large number of different birds.

On the other hand, ascending the ravine of the homonymous hill, you reach to the San Lorenzo viewpoint. Easily accessible and permission should not be requested for access. From this panoramic point, you can see the entire town, the city of Salta and the entire Lerma valley.

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The Carved Forest Open Air Museum

The forest It is located 13 kilometers from the center of El Bolsón, Río Negro. Artistically, given that there are many wooden worksto the Carved Forest is added – almost with the same importance – the natural beauty of landscapes and fauna that is easy to observe, such as the black woodpecker that, fortunately, has not interfered with the works until now.

On the other hand, on the way to walk along it you can stop at the different viewpoints to admire the snow-capped peaks of the Lindo, Hielo and Azul hills, and several rivers.

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Los Arrayanes National Park

It is a national park located in the Department of Los Lagos, in the province of Neuquén. It occupies the Quetrihué peninsula, on the northern shore of Lake Nahuel Huapi.

The avian fauna is rich, and also includes aquatic species.such as the imperial cormorant, which nests on neighboring islands, and the gray-headed goose, as forest inhabitants such as the chucao, several species of woodpeckers and the pintail.

Next to the water is also the strongly protected Patagonian river wolf: the huillín. Forest species are difficult to spot due to their elusive behavior; They include the mountain monkey – which, despite its name, is not a primate, but a small marsupial -, the red fox, the huiña cat, and one of the smallest artiodactyls, the pudú.

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Energy Forest

Enjoy a unique experience, in a special place in Miramar (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Stories, myths, secrets… and much more that you can learn about during your visit! A special forest, full of surprising stories, that For years it has attracted the attention of the world for its supernatural characteristics…

You can enjoy alone, as a couple, with family or friends, guided or accompanied by our tour guide of the same Energy Forest. If you go, You will be able to see how to place two branches together, in a t-shape, and see how incredibly they do not come apart…

Without any support and thus check the magnetic force of the place. It will be just the beginning of endless sensations and stories that will begin to unfold among the eucalyptus and pine trees.

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Peralta Ramos Forest

It is a residential neighborhood and a forest reserve of the city of Mar del Plata, in the province of Buenos Aires. This semi-rubanized forest reserve has 450 hectares and is located 11 kilometers south of the city. It borders the neighborhoods Punta Mogotes to the northeast, Faro Norte to the east, Alfar to the southeast, San Jacinto to the south, Santa Rosa to the southwest and Jardín de Peralta Ramos to the northwest.

The origins of the forest date back to 1862, when the lands were purchased by Patricio Peralta Ramos, a merchant and rancher who founded the city of Mar del Plata. Many years later, a 60-hectare property was divided up and the buildings began to be seen among the trees. A variety of conifers were incorporated into the forestation that enhanced the attractiveness of its original mountains.

Among the existing vegetation there are different pines, eucalyptus, oaks, magnolias, jasmines, among many others. Among the fauna, There are about 115 species of birds and some mammals such as hares, mice, guinea pigs, weasels and skunks.

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