Argentina is a land of breath-taking beauty. Blessed with waterfalls, glaciers and grasslands, Argentina can feel like three parts of the world rolled into one. While nothing beats travelling to the country and experiencing it first-hand, armchair travellers can also experience Argentina through Street View on Google Maps.
As announced on the Google Maps official blog, the company has reportedly added a section of Argentina's national parks to its Street View gallery. Through the gallery, users can navigate across iconic areas of interest including many of the waterfalls at the Iguazu National Park, which incidentally happen to be among the New7Wonders of Nature.
Users can also experience the wonders of Argentina's Los Glaciares National Park. The ice here is reported to be over 30 km in length and it is one of the 48 glaciers fed by the world's third-largest reserve of fresh water, the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.
The Street View experiences take users across trails, down rivers and up to the foot of waterfalls and can be enjoyed through Google Maps' website, and via the Google Maps Android and iPhone apps.