Dino Family Adventure in Argentina
iVisa | Updated on Nov 16, 2018

Take the whole family on a vacation South America and get the lowdown on the Argentina Visa Fee for each of your loved ones.

Skip the confusion and head over to our site. Let us assist you in the ultimate family trip with expedited services. For a small service fee, we can have those visas back in about 1-2 business days. Plus, no physical paperwork is required! Find out more at /. After checking out our site and paying the Argentina Visa Fee, now it’s time to figure out where to go with the kiddos.

Argentina's Dinosaurs

Sure, there are plenty of theme parks and beaches the kids would go wild for. But how about seeing dinosaurs? Ok, not quite Jurassic Park where a power glitch would make you and the family dino snacks. A much safer facility is in the small city of Chubut, Argentina. It’s called Museo Paleontologico Egidio Feruglio, or the Museum of Paleontology. Inside, you and the entire family can wander through exhibits and on hand displays of climatic history of Patagonia. Findings dating back over 100,000 years explain how South America came to be where it is and how natural landmarks emerged.

The Mesozoic is one of the most popular attractions. Why? Dinosaurs of course! Take a seat inside the comfy theater room and learn about the Dinosaurs. When you are finished, be sure to check out the view into the preparation laboratory, where scientists work diligently everyday cleaning fossils and researching our ancient predecessors. Depending on what time of year you drop in, the kids can witness a travelling exhibition called “Dinosaurs of Patagonia”. Be mesmerized at these colossal beasts which once roamed where you are currently standing.

Be sure to check the website for current open times as they do tend to change. Getting to the museum is a bit of a stretch. If you are wanting to visit from Buenos Aires, you are looking at almost a 900 mile drive. It would be better hop on a plane and land in Trelew. From there, a taxi ride is only 10 minutes. Course, if you are closer to the area, we are sure the kids may enjoy a scenic drive. There is a country road, which takes you the back way into the museum and makes for beautiful farmland photography. This is a fun filled family trip, especially if you are planning to see penguins in Punta Tombo. From there, it’s about an hour drive. Monstrous Dinosaurs and adorable, happy-feet penguins? The kids are going to be having the time of their life! We are sure you will have a fabulous time as well. Don’t have to be a kid to soak in the excitement!

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