Parque Nacional El Palmar, Colon

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National Park
Wander among engendered yatay palm trees at Parque Nacional El Palmar, which protects native plant life from the encroaching threat of human development. The national park serves as a sanctuary for Argentina's remaining palm savannah and the hundreds of species of animals who call it home. Keep an eye out for foxes, woodpeckers, and large, flightless nandus, which roam the park freely. Pitch a tent at the national park's large, serviced campground, to enjoy a night under the stars. Put Parque Nacional El Palmar and other Colon attractions into our Colon trip builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • The title says it all, maybe because we went at a time that the majority of the trails were closed... walked in auto everywhere where podia, only had an open restaurant, there was no horses where said horseback riding, the wild animal only we saw are Capybaras and a turtle (maybe coincidence, can happen...) get bored...
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  • Located on route 14 to 40 kms from Colon.realmente dazzles both in its flora and its fauna.a the evening out the puppy lobitos (don't give them food) 5 there are background River Uruguay and beautiful camping
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  • It is a very interesting site to explore different points of attraction. You can take walks through the different points and move by car from one to another. The ruins of an old quarry, the different viewpoints and trails "in Gallery" animals crossing the roads. Very good.
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  • Nice National Park...!
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  • By please circular sooo slowly with the car to not step on any animal. They are accustomed to the audience and they cross the road quiet without even looking
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  • Very nice place, I really surprised the quantity and exsuberancia of the Palm trees. A luxury. It is curious to see capybara and foxes as if they were pets. That occurs because most give them food from the car. In season, it is very crowded. Carry extra money because the entrance is per person and is not so cheap. They could work much more with the baths, the s women spend it badly. By waiting and cleaning. Brings you all the day through. Ideal ride bikes. I would go back...
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  • The landscape more different that you can find in Argentina, is ideal for visit pass route. Making only a few kilometres you can enjoy of foxes, Capybaras and a variety of colorful birds.
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  • the first time I went was 17 years old and was in camp with the secondary... and I loved it! I went back to go 16 years later and it was love at second sight!
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