Argentina has exceptional natural beauty and is comprised of a diverse territory of mountains, plateaus and plains each with its own climatic variations. There are several climatic and landscape regions. Esquel Outfitters operates its fly fishing guide service in the Patagonia, a place that we believe provides the best trout fishing in the world
It stands out for its tropical climate, its colorful mountains, the Puna high plateau, the gorges, the valleys and the characteristic settlement patterns that make up the history of this land.
2. GRAN CHACO
Primarily forestal area with forests of subtropical climate, swampy lands and ponds.
In the northern part the subtropical climate prevails whereas, in the south the climatic conditions are more temperate.. It is rich in flora and fauna. Its territory consists of slopes, ponds and swampy lands cut through by important rivers.
With its mountainous characteristics (The Aconcagua lies here), it has an arid temperate climate. However, man, through artificial irrigation, has turned it into an ideal land for the viticulture and viniculture.
5. CENTRAL SIERRAS
The central sierras of Córdoba and San Luis offer a quite benign dry temperate climate. They posses numerous rivers and artificial water mirrors.
6. HUMID PAMPA
The Pampa with its temperate climate possesses the most productive lands of the country (and one of the best ones in the world) for agriculture and cattle breeding. Its plain landscape is broken by the Tandil and Ventania Sierras. The East is characterized by the vast populated beaches of the Atlantic coast.
The Patagonia is the largest region with the coldest climate (especially in the southern part). The west consists mainly of a mountainous landscape peppered with spectacular woods, lakes and glaciers. The center offers sterile plateaus and the east vast beaches with spectacular and unique colonies of marine animals. The southern extreme of this region makes up the southernmost point of the world.