HISTORY OF EL CALAFATE
The first inhabitants of this area were the Indians known as the aonikenk which were known under the name of Kehek Aike, that is to say, deposit of artifacts and human assets.
After that, during the twentieth century it became an important area of the transportaton of wool, which were carried in carts from carriages in the area. Thus, it was founded in 1927.
But it was not until the creation of Los Glaciares National Park, between 1943 and 1946, which further cemented the city and made it one of the most important tourist spots in the Patagonia of Argentina.