Huge and wild spaces, windswept and intensely bright, Patagonia has never known the massive human intervention except in small towns scattered in its territory. About 900 thousand square kilometers of steppe plains with panoramic views of the Andes far south of the world, with a population density of only 2 inhabitants per square km.
The region can be divided into two main areas: the western side, where the long mountain range of the Andes with lakes, glaciers and forests and the eastern side, characterized by vast semi-desert plateaus that come to the Atlantic Ocean. Patagonia is also part of the Argentine province of Tierra del Fuego, the closest to the Antarctic Circle.
In this unique area live some uniques species of animals and therefore protected: is the case of the Andean condor, the Magellanic penguins, the guanasco and Patagonian fox.