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Laguna Brava, La Rioja, Argentina
South America

La reserva provincial Laguna Blanca tiene el objetivo de proteger a la Vicuña. Pero hay mucho más para descubrir en este impactante lugar: salares, estepas herbáceas, cielos diáfanos, sol intenso, perfecto silencio. Todo ello reunido en una franja de 50 kms de ancho, paralela al límite con Chile y camino al próximo Paso Internacional de Pircas Negras.

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