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When visiting Argentine Patagonia, you should definitely pay a visit to the town El Calafate. Situated in Santa Cruz province, it got its name after a little bush called el calafate Berberis buxifolia which is very common all over Patagonia. It has yellow flowers and sweet dark blue berries.
But El Calafate has much more to offer than just the famous expensive glacier. And many of these things you can get for free, if you know how. The main street of the town is where all the vibrant life of El Calafate is situated. Very picturesque, full of cafes, restaurants, ice cream and souvenir shops. A must see to fall in love with El Calafate town. Just 7 km from El Calafate, these archeological sites are full of cave drawings from some 4, years AC. You can get there walking from El Calafate, by car, with a travel agency or hitchhiking.
We walked around Lago Argentino on the way there and hitchhiked on the way back to the town. There is an entrance fee of 50 pesos argentinos and you get a guide who will explain you more about the history of the place.
Or there are some caves on the right side of the entrance which are for free but it says it is prohibited to go there. But no one will say anything to you if you do. Those caves are also nice, just with no cave drawings inside. I highly recommend you to walk to the caves as on the way you will see weird things, such as big bones of unknown animals, a lot of funky bushes, owls and many other birds from close.
The entrance fee is 25 pesos, you can walk around the lake it takes around 1 h and see 80 species of birds from close. A small canyon on the river, less than 1 hour walking from the centre.