Entrance Fees for National Parks in Argentina


Argentina boasts 32 National Parks and countless more natural reserves and protected areas. The country’s vast natural beauty is closely protected through the establishment of these parks, whose entrance fees are used for their conservation. Some of the highlights of Argentina’s parks include the spectacular glaciers in Patagonia (such as Perito Moreno and Viedma) and the famous Iguazu Falls in the Northeastern corner of the country.

A view over the Iguazu waterfalls in the Iguazu National Park

Iguazu is one of the most popular National Parks in Argentina / Credit: Daytours4u

Argentina4u offers many tours that visit the National Parks in Argentina. The entrance fees to the parks are not included in the price of the tours due to Argentine regulations which require visitors to pay the fees on arrival to the park.

Below you will find a list of prices for the National Parks, valid for 2015. There is a separate tariff for foreigners and for Mercosur residents (Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil and Venezuela). All parks in Argentina should be paid in cash, in Argentine pesos. You can use your credit card when paying the entrance fee to the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls.

Prices are in Argentine pesos unless otherwise indicated.

Tierra del Fuego National Park
ARS 350ARS 350
Los Glaciares National Park
El Calafate
ARS 500ARS 500
Torres del Paine National Park
Torres del Paine, Chile
27 USD27 USD
Punta Tombo Natural Reserve
Puerto Madryn
ARS 130ARS 130
Peninsula Valdes Natural Reserve
Puerto Madryn
ARS 330ARS 330
Nahuel Huapi National Park
ARS 250ARS 250
Los Arrayanes National Park
ARS 250
ARS 250
Lago Puelo National Park
El Bolson
ARS 250


ARS 250
Villavicencio Natural Reserve
ARS 165ARS 165
Iguazú National Park
ARS 400ARS 500
Iguaçu National Park
R$ 50R$ 63


Be sure to add some of these incredible National Parks in Argentina to your travel itinerary in South America!

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