Los Glaciares National Park is located in the province of Santa Cruz, Argentina.
It was designated as a National Park in 1937 and is the largest National Park in Argentina with an area of 7240 square kilometers.
Most remarkable of this national park, without a doubt are its ice fields that is approximately 30 of the surface of the park.
Other natural attractions include the Upsala Glacier, Mount Fitz Roy.
Among the flora that stands out are the Lengas and El Calafate.
The fauna in this national park is varied, but we can find huemules, pumas, guanacos and foxes among others.
The National Park of Glaciers, was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1981