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Recommendations to travel to El Calafate
Required documentation:
Those who visit this region from Argentina or any of its bordering countries, should only carry the Document with which they move normally. That is, you will not be required to have a passport. And more in link >>>
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Visit Colonia from Buenos Aires
Traveling to Colonia from #BuenosAires
Only 50 kilometers of the river separates Colonia de Buenos Aires, which makes the capital of Colombia a favorite destination for Argentine tourists and one of the main access routes to the country. The most common and fastest way to travel from Buenos Aires to Colonia is by boat. Read more in link >>>

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Unforgettable experiences in Iguazú Falls
Iguazu Falls are one of the natural wonders of the world. One of the inescapable rides to be done in Argentina and Brazil. In fact, the border between the two countries crosses the Devil’s Throat, the horseshoe where the largest flow of water falls, and the place where nature provides one of the most impressive spectacles on a planetary scale. Read more in link >>>
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Adventure tourism with kids in Iguazu Falls
Excursions in Iguazu falls. The water rides
There is only one river-contact walkway suitable for all ages: the Ecological or Floating Walk from the Garganta del Diablo station. It is a very smooth and silent slide of 2.5 kilometers, in rowing boats, through the islands of the Upper Iguazú, to Puerto Tres Marias. From there you will walk back to Cataratas del Train station. Read more in link >>>

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Adventure tourism with kids in Iguazu Falls
Excursions in Iguazu falls. The water rides
There is only one river-contact walkway suitable for all ages: the Ecological or Floating Walk from the Garganta del Diablo station. It is a very smooth and silent slide of 2.5 kilometers, in rowing boats, through the islands of the Upper Iguazú, to Puerto Tres Marias. From there you will walk back to Cataratas del Train station. Read more in link >>>
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Visiting Iguazu Falls With Children
At first glance, the coati sells an image of tenderness, plush sympathetic and supporting actor in any animation of #Disney. What they do not all know is that it is a consummate liar, willing to do anything to swipe the bag of chips to the distracted tourist (also takes passports and keys of the car). Read more in link >>>
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