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LUGGAGE STORAGE EL CALAFATE
Are you searching for a reliable luggage storage option in El Calafate? The guarantee of the safety and care of your luggage is one of the most important factors in having a wonderful trip. Radical Storage understands your needs and offers storage services that cater to all of your storage concerns, such as safety, affordability, and convenience. You can leave your bags any time at our luggage storage facilities in several locations across the remarkable city of Calafate.
24/7 LUGGAGE STORAGE SERVICE
Radical Storage has been helping its valuable clients by providing them luggage storage services they can always rely on, no matter where they are in the world. You can download our mobile application and easily book our affordable services 24/7. Our well-trained and friendly team is always there to assist you with the booking and tracking of your luggage. Moreover, by storing your luggage with Radical Storage, you get insurance of up to $3,000 for each of your bags.
EL CALAFATE, ARGENTINA
El Calafate, is a city in Argentina in southern Patagonia. It is located on the southern shore of Lake Argentino. El Calafate is an important tourist destination, being the starting point for visiting several points of interest in Los Glaciares National Park, including the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the most visited glaciers in the world, Cerro Chaltén and Cerro Torre. Drop off your bags with us, and start exploring!
EL CALAFATE GLACIARES
Perito Moreno is the most famous glacier in the world, if you are travelling in El Calafate you must see it. The particularity of Perito Moreno is that it is a glacier in continuous and rapid movement. This continental glacier is the third largest freshwater reserve in the world. You can enjoy trekking and other fun activities there. You can then visit the Glaciarum. It is a small interactive museum that tells about the glaciology, geology and geodynamics of Patagonian glaciers and the effects of global warming.