Within the framework of the second Youth Week, young people from all over the country will be able to enter for free in all National Parks, including the Iguazú National Park, where the Iguazú Falls are located, the Wonder of Nature that Argentina shares with Brazil.


From September 16 to 23, young people between 16 and 29 years old will be able to enter all the National Parks located throughout the country for free, including Nahuel Huapi, Talampaya and Los Glaciares, three of the Natural 7 Wonders of Argentina.


To access the benefit, those interested must first register in a form launched by the national government. The authorities announced that excursions will also be raffled among all registered, among which are a vehicular excursion to the Talampaya Canyon in the Talampaya National Park; a Great Adventure excursion to the Iguazú National Park; and a navigation to the Arrayanes Forest in the Nahuel Huapi / Los Arrayanes National Park.