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Cheapest Flights to Santa Cruz, Argentina

Taking holidays and short city breaks is now easier than ever before with cheap flights to Santa Cruz on We’ll help you search, book and save on Santa Cruz flights with a huge selection of airfares across hundreds of airlines. Keep reading to learn what you can see and do after booking one of our Santa Cruz flight deals.

The climate of Santa Cruz is highly influenced by Pacific Ocean. Much of the region is dry. The mean temperatures of the region are relatively cold due to the cold Falkland Current. The province is relatively cloudy and the prevalent wind directions are from the northwest, southwest, and west.

The province of Santa Cruz is served by Santa Cruz Airport. It is a military and public airport located in Puerto Santa Cruz.

Places of interest in Santa Cruz

Located in the southern part of Argentina, Santa Cruz is a province bordering Chubut province to the north, an Atlantic coast on its east, and Chile to its west and south. It is the second largest province in the country. The native people of this province are known as Tehuelches. With glaciers, lakes, and several other element of natural exquisiteness, Santa Cruz offers nature lovers ideal spots to relish the fascinating beauty of nature.

  • Parque Nacional Los Glaciares: Positioned in the southwest of Santa Cruz on the border with Chile, Parque Nacional Los Glaciares is spread in the area known as Austral Andes in Argentina. Boasting spectacular natural beauty, the park constitutes a wonder for nature lovers. The park was declared as UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1981. The name of the park refers to the glaciers that are developed on the ice caps. The park highlights a landscape of woods, lakes, and mountains, incorporating a remarkable portion of Andes. the place is a wonderful travel destination for photography freaks as well.
  • Lake Viedma: Lake Viedma is a fascinating lake formed by the Viedma Glacier in Glaciers National Park. Stretched in a surface area of around 270,000 acres, the lake is among the largest glacially-formed lakes in Santa Cruz. The lake has desert shoreline and there are no large cities positioned on the banks of the lake.
  • Perito Moreno: Perito Moreno is a magnificent glacier located at a distance of around 80 kilometers from R11. The road is comprehensively paved. The spot is a wonderful place to visit for nature lovers.