Like little boats, strangely shaped salt crystals sometimes float on salt lakes or in saltworks: hopper halite or fleur de sel.
At perhaps the most spectacular waterfalls on earth (Argentina/Brazil)
A valley steeped in history with brightly coloured mountains, colonial towns and pre-colonial ruins in northwest Argentina
Colourful canyons, pretty colonial towns and cacti in the triangle between Salta, Cachi and Cafayate (Argentina)
Bizarre rocks and the oldest dinosaurs in the world (Argentina)
At the highest mountain in the Andes (Argentina) — and the highest outside Asia.
Two months on the southern tip of South America
Petrified trunks of Cretaceous palms and conifers in the Patagonian steppe (Argentina)
Lonely wilderness, Patagonia as you imagine it: The scarcely visited national park in Argentina offers impressive views and solitude and the third highest mountain in Patagonia towers above the steppe as a wall of ice and rock
Early history in a beautiful gorge (Patagonia, Argentina)
Hikes at the “End of the World”: Views, bays and bogs in Tierra del Fuego National Park (Tierra del Fuego, Argentina)
A walk on perhaps the most fascinating glacier in the world in Los Glaciales National Park (Patagonia, Argentina)
Hunting for the best light at the most beautiful vantage points at the foot of the famous granite mountains in Patagonia (Argentina)
Hikes in the hinterland of the “Argentinian Saint Moritz” (Nahuel Huapi Traverse and Cirquito Chico)