Perito Moreno National Park Entrance and Registration | Tourist Attraction

Argentina

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This is the park entry and registration office. Free entrance and camping in the national park. You’re required to register as you enter the park though. Rangers are very knowledgeable and helpful providing info about the park, hikes and places to camp. Clean restrooms. We were told that the wifi was for the working staff only.

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Ok this is maybe not the must stunning place in South America but it was one of those we enjoyed the most
It remembers us some National Park in US where everything is Free, well made and clean
It s so quiet you can spend two days without seing anybody.
Rangers were really friendly
We really felt in love specially after two months in Chili where you have to pay for walking half miles
Bring lot of gasoline and food if you really want to enjoy this special place on the earth
After 3 days we have to go out

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Amazing park, which we loved alot and only a hand full of tourists in the whole park. HOWEVER, make sure you bring enough fuel. From Gob. Gregores to NP Perito Moreno to the next available petrol station at Bajo Caracoles we needed fuel for 475km (and we only stayed one night in the park). At Baja Caracoles you cannot be sure to get fuel, we managed to get the last 27l of super on that day. To Perito Moreno (town) it‘s another 135km from Baja Caracoles, so plan ahead.

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this park is absolutely stunning if you're going to come here please give yourself plenty of time to explore bring plenty of food I stayed for 2 nights and ran out of food I wish I could of stayed another 2 nights there is no else in the park it gets around 1500 visitors a year

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This park is so incredible. We were very fortunate to have a few days for a side trip here (and enough gas), and it has turned out to be the highlight of our Patagonia vacation. Stunningly beautiful, remote, friendly staff, comfortable free lodgings. It’s everything you could ask for. Do remember to gas up in Gregores or Caracoles, but you definitely cannot miss this park, especially if you want to get away from the tour groups.

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Looks like amazing place to stay at least few days, but we do recommend to pick different part of the year. Middle of April, and it’s snowing and zero degrees outside. Ranger helped us, he explain where we can go, and provided a map of the park.

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indeed a great park! we saw a puma on the road!

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Very nice Ranger, easy to understand and very helpful ! The parc is free and almost empty because it’s complicated to reach, the campings are free, the trek are nice, views are wonderful and the wildlife... WOW ! So much ostrich, guanacos, foxes, condor, rabbit.. in the first day, we saw all the animals on the list ! Again,it’s really complicated to reach and the 90km (not 70 as written up) from the R40 are still on a dusty road (~2h).
Excellent idea to come there after all the touristics points before.. (if you’re heading to the north !)

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Very friendly rangers informed us about this amazing national park. There are two campsites and five little refugios, all free. You do have to register upon arrival and inform the rangers about your plans. Apparently you're able to reserve the refugios online. We didn't know this, unfortunatly, and many of the refugios are booked at the moment because of New Year's Eve. As the park is not very touristic, I suppose they would probably be available other times of the year, even last minute.

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Great Park! Nice Blue Blue Lakes and Glaciers. A nice break from touristy parts of Patagonia.

Make sure you haul 500km worth of gas on you way here because to go from gas station to the end of park to gas station is already 440km and there are side roads to explore all over.

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This is the park entry and registration office. You’re required to register as you enter the park. The rangers are very knowledgeable and helpful providing info about the park, hikes and places to camp. Clean restrooms We were told that the wifi was for the working staff only.

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Great ranger, very good knowledge of the area. Gave our children one activity book each. Great games and info on the park in them. They also have activities in the station including books on birds, flora and stamps of animals prints. You can borrow a bag during your stay. Great fun when it was raining too much.

Thanks to the precious coment we came here. What a great np, well woth the 2h drive with our big rig!

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We love the park. Worth the detour. The hike to Laguna Pescado offers spectacular views and you feel in complete solitude.

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amazing park with some nice treks. wifi works well.

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@ park entry ranger station free WiFi. Also WiFi @ camping El Rincon - but under repair at our visit.
At El Rincon is an concrete platform as car mounting pit for works under the car!

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