Two qualified and bilingual persons were hired to attend the National Park’s visitor’s center.
The largest influx of tourists to Los Glaciares Zona Norte National Park occurs between the months of November and March. The Visitor Center receives more than 800 people per day. From the Association, we seek to provide support by reinforcing the staff, both in the dissemination of information about the place and the correct transit in the protected area, as well as in the prevention of accidents. Our collaboration in the Visitor Center allows the Rangers to be freed from the activity of informing, thus favoring; that they can focus on specific tasks such as they are; periodic monitoring in the area of public use of the National Park, tours in remote areas, repairing trails, preventing fires, among many others. We also plan to make temporary contracts for specific jobs on trails, directed by the Brigade de Sendas del Parque Nacional. The personnel to be hired must be a resident of the town of El Chaltén and have experience in the work requested.