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Argentine Patagonia see + do
Patagonia is an adventurer's dream. It serves up large doses of outdoor grandeur, most of it unspoiled and unpopulated. But one of the causes of such splendid isolation is also a curse: Getting around isn't easy. Only the main highways are paved, and it's almost impossible to fly between cities without landing in Buenos Aires. The absence of topographical maps for Argentine Patagonia is also a problem; we recommend you hire a local guide if you're planning to stray off the beaten track (for specific advice, see the Fact Sheet). Go to our Chilean Patagonia guide to view Patagonia See+Do options across the border.