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Pampas

Pampas covers around 290,000 square miles and stretches over several Argentinian provinces, a large proportion of Uruguay and the southernmost state of Brazil. The mild and fairly wet climate makes these flat plains perfect for Argentina’s agriculture. Large amounts of cereal crops and vegetables are produced every year.

The rich, fertile lowlands of Argentina attract an unusual kind of wildlife due to its unique terrains. There are animals in Pampas that you would struggle to find elsewhere. Pampas deer are commonly seen roaming around, as are the Pampas fox and white-eared opossum.

The Pampas is a highly regarded area among Argentinians due to the prosperity and diversity it has brought into the country. Visitors can appreciate the plains as well. The long, well-nourished grass and vast openness make for quite a remarkable sight. Not only are you offered a glimpse into nature in its purest form with greenery and abundant wildlife, but a look back at Argentina’s history is also provided. The legendary Gauchos originated in the Pampas.

Enjoy a stay in one of the many ranches available in the Pampas area and get involved in all the activities a typical ranch has to offer. Ride horses, herd cattle and wear the traditional Gaucho outfit with pride! At the end of the day, dig into a tasty barbeque around the fire. Sip wine and relax as you see in the night.

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