Visiting the Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentina's deep south will mean watching one of the planet's unique natural events.
Knowing a few critical pieces of information will give you both a sense of appreciation for what you're looking at, and will also impress people you're traveling with or bystanders who might overhear you to blur these interesting facts on their own.
If you wait for a while, you’ll likely witness vast chunks of the ice mass fracture off and crash into the water, creating a massive, reverberating roar. There are walking paths that allow you to check out the glacier from a few different vantage points, as well as a boat that takes you on a 45-minute trip around the base. There are also trekking tours that take you out to walk on parts of the glacier itself, surrounded by the beautiful Patagonian scenery of forests and mountains.
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