Due to its large size, Argentina is a South American country able to include many different natural terrains including mountains, grasslands, and glaciers. The tallest mountain in the southern hemisphere is found in Argentina, Aconcagua, and is almost 23,000 feet tall. Perhaps one of the most visited natural sites in Argentina is the Perito Moreno Glacier. This massive block of ice covers more than 97 square miles and seems to reflect a pale blue in the light of day. The country also boasts a beautiful set of waterfalls known as the Igaussu Falls, and the section known as Devil’s Throat is considered to be the most astounding of the 275 total falls. The highest point of the falls is 269 feet up, and the cascading water can nearly surround a visitor at certain spots. There is also an archipelago south off of the coast which has a wide variety of wildlife.