Lago Belgrano, Perito Moreno National Park, Patagonia, Argentina
Photograph by José Fernández
Belgrano Lake is located in the Perito Moreno National Park, the least visited Park in Argentina, with less than 2,000 visitors per year, as a result of it isolation and harsh weather.
The park is in the west of the huge Santa Cruz province, bordering Chile and the Andes mountain range, and surrounded by the immense Patagonian Steppe.
Inside the park everything is really wild, with minimal structures, just a couple of estancias, the park rangers buildings and some free camping areas.
There is a lot of wildlife including Guanacos, Choique (Rhea), Puma, Fox and lot of birds. Coming out of the tent in the morning and meeting a heard of Guanacos was an incredible feeling!