Lakes in Argentina

56 Lakes in Argentina

Lake Buenos AiresArgentina,Chile

General Carrera Lake, also known as Lake Buenos Aires, is a large lake on the border of Argentina and Chile, mostly famous for its amazing vibrant blue and grey ... Read more

Argentino Lake (Lago Argentino) is Argentina’s biggest freshwater lake. Located in the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, it has a surface area of 1,466 sq km and a maximum ... Read more

Nahuel Huapi Lake (in Spanish: Lago Nahuel Huapí) is a lake in northern Patagonia, Argentina, located between the Río Negro and Neuquén provinces, in the ... Read more

Cami LakeArgentina,Chile

Cami Lake, also known by the name of Fagnano Lake, is located on the main island of the Tierra del Fuego Archipelago, between Argentina and ... Read more

Quick Facts: Lake Gutierrez is a moraine-dammed lake lake in Rio Negro, Argentina. Lake Gutierrez has a surface area of 17 km2 (6 square miles), and reaches a maximum depth of 111 meters, ... Read more

Quick Facts: Urugua-I Reservoir is located in Parana, Argentina. Urugua-I Reservoir has a surface area of 89 km2 (35 square miles), and has a maximum depth of 69 meters, or 227 feet. The ... Read more

Quick Facts: O'Higgins/San Martin Lake is located in Santa Cruz Province, Argentina,Chile. O'Higgins/San Martin Lake has a surface area of 1,013 km2 (392 square miles), and its maximum ... Read more

Quick Facts: Cochrane/Pueyrredon Lake is located in Aisen, Argentina,Chile. Cochrane/Pueyrredon Lake has a surface area of 325 km2 (126 square miles), and has a maximum depth of 460 ... Read more

Lake ViedmaArgentina

Quick Facts: Lake Viedma is a periglacial lake lake in Santa Cruz, Argentina. Lake Viedma has a surface area of 1,090 km2 (421 square miles), and its maximum depth is 304 meters, or 998 ... Read more

Traful LakeArgentina

Quick Facts: Traful Lake is a freshwater lake lake in Neuquen, Argentina. Traful Lake has a surface area of 76 km2 (30 square miles), and its maximum depth is 300 meters, or 985 feet. ... Read more