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About Argentina

: Stretching to the very south of the continent, Argentina is a country where football fanaticism meets European chic in the beautiful streets of Buenos Aires, the home of tango. To the south lies the immense landscapes of Patagonia where some of the world’s best trekking, both on and alongside glaciers, will lure the adventure-seeker while Ushuaia stands as the launching point for expeditions into Tierra del Fuego and beyond. Coincide your visit with the whale migration along the Peninsula Valdes or witness colonies of penguins at Punta Tombo. For wine-lovers, the stunning Mendoza wine region to the north of the capital is famed for its Malbecs and a tour of its vineyards is a ‘must’. Visit the estancias of Argentina’s back country which still beat to the gaucho’s drum. Explore the beautiful scenery around Salto, Cafayate and Jujuy or experience the thunderous waters of amazing Iguazu Falls.

Argentina Tour Packages for 2019 - 2020

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Passion in the Patagonia

Crown your wedding traveling to the most romantic region of Argentina, the Patagonia. Stand in awe at the Perito Moreno Glacier, discover the landscapes along the trails of El Chaltén, and get seduced by the charm of Buenos Aires.  

itinerary: Buenos Aires - El Calafate - El Chalten - El Calafate
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Santiago to Buenos Aires

Lose your breath with the most extraordinary landscapes of Chile and Argentina. Discover Buenos Aires and Santiago, embark on a journey to the Atacama Desert, the wild geology of Salta, and Mendoza's wineries. 

itinerary: Santiago - Valparaiso - Santiago - Atacama - Altiplanic Lakes - Salta - Cafayate - Humahuaca - Mendoza - Buenos Aires

Self Drive in Northern Argentina

Discover the marvelous landscapes of Northern Argentina at your own pace. Fly to Salta City and drive across Salta, Jujuy and Tucumán provinces, stopping at wineries, ancient ruins and stunning viewpoints. 

itinerary: Salta - Cachi - Cafayate - Tafí del Valle - Purmamarca - Humahuaca - Iruya - Tilcara

Cooking Argentinean Classics

Indulge in the savory cuisine of Argentina as you discover the charming Buenos Aires and Mendoza. Discover the secrets of steaks, practice your skills in superb cooking classes, and a visit to one of Argentina's top wineries: Norton. 

itinerary: Buenos Aires - Mendoza - Buenos Aires

North Argentina at Glance

Visit the three must-see destination in northern Argentina. Experience the vibrant Buenos Aires, soak in Mendoza, the country's wine capital, and let the impressive Iguazu Falls blow your mind. 

itinerary: Buenos Aires - Mendoza - Iguazú - Buenos Aires

Argentinean Love Story

Start this new chapter of your lives touring the most breathtaking landscapes of Argentina, from the awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, to the majestic Perito Moreno Glacier, to the very end of the world: Ushuaia. 

itinerary: Buenos Aires - Iguazu Falls - El Calafate - Ushuaia - Buenos Aires

Argentina Luxury Honeymoon

Let this honeymoon be an unforgettable experience: indulge in the fine wines of Mendoza, the rich heritage of Buenos Aires, the stunning glaciers of the Patagonia, and the fascinating wildlife of Península del Valdés. 

itinerary: Buenos Aires - Mendoza - El Calafate - Puerto Madryn - Buenos Aires
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Romance in South America

Seal your love visiting the best of Brazil and Argentina. Laze away on the beaches of Rio, discover the tropical paradise of Buzios, witness the majestic Iguazu Falls, and feel the nostalgia of Buenos Aires. 

itinerary: Rio De Janeiro - Buzios - Iguazu Falls - Buenos Aires

Northern Argentina Gastronomy

Embark on a journey to Northern Argentina to explore the surreal rock formations around Salta, stay with a local family, and feast on the hearty creole cuisine of the region.

itinerary: Salta - Cafayate - Purmamarca - Humahuaca - Salta

Highlights of Argentina

Fall in love with the eclectic vibe and rich architecture of Buenos Aires, cruise a dreamy landscape of towering ice formations in the Perito Moreno glacier, and feel the refreshing breeze of the massive Iguazu Falls. 

itinerary: Buenos Aires - El Calafate - Buenos Aires - Iguazú - Buenos Aires

Classic North Argentina

Fall in love with the birthplace of Tango visiting Buenos Aires, the impressive Iguazu Falls, the geological wonders of Salta, and sample the finest Malbec wines in Mendoza.

itinerary: Buenos Aires - Mendoza - Salta - Cafayate - Humahuaca - Purmamarca - Iguazu - Buenos Aires

Andean Vineyards Journey

Discover the very best grapes and wines of Argentina. Visit Mendoza and tour its exclusive bodegas and taste its superb wines, then travel to Salta and make a visit to Cafayate to sample the rare Torrontes wine. 

itinerary: Mendoza - Valle De Uco - Salta - Cafayate - Mendoza

Mendoza Wine Connoisseurs

Indulge in the most exclusive wines and hearty cuisine of the Mendoza region. Travel to traditional wineries to unveil their best kept secrets, and feast on world-class restaurants of celebrated chefs. 

itinerary: Mendoza

Argentina Patagonia Adventure

Circle the Argentinean Patagonia in an unforgettable adventure. Discover tango in Buenos Aires, spot whales in Puerto Madryn, penguins in Tierra del Fuego, and lose your breath with the massive Perito Moreno Glacier. 

itinerary: Buenos Aires - Puerto Madryn - Ushuaia - El Calafate - Bariloche - Buenos Aires
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Mountain Lakes of the Andes

A week full of culture and sublime landscapes in Chile and Argentina. Soak in the colorful Buenos Aires and the elegant Santiago, and sail across high altitude lakes from Bariloche to Puerto Varas. 

itinerary: Buenos Aires - Bariloche - Puerto Varas - Santiago

Argentina Travel Guide

Country Guide

From wine to wilderness - discovering the diverse destinations of Argentina

Stretching along the Atlantic at the base of South America is far more than just meat, milonga and football madness. It is home to some of the world’s most dramatic landscapes.

Travel Guide

Top 3 treks of Los Glaciares National Park from El Chaltén

Named after the giant Andean ice cap which feeds its iconic glaciers, Los Glaciares National Park is one of Argentina’s most impressive wild places.

Travel Guide

Top 5 wine regions of Argentina to visit, taste and savour

From the high-altitude whites produced around Salta to the cool-climate reds of northern Patagonia, here are five regions to spend a day or few sampling fine Argentinian wine.

Travel Tips

5 Tips: how to take unique pictures of famous landmarks

Here are five tips to help you get creative and produce some compelling images the next time you stumble across a landmark that has been photographed millions of times.

Argentina Top Destinations

Devil's Throat From Helicopter, Iguazu Falls, Argentina

Iguazu Falls

The 80 metre high cascades of Iguazu are simply breathtaking. Immerse yourself in the spray at Garganta del Diablo, venture to the base of the falls at Isla San Martin, or cross over to the Brazilian side of the falls for a stunning panorama of this natural wonder.

Vineyards With Grapes, Mendoza, Argentina


While the city of Mendoza is home to excellent galleries and museums, the real reason to come to this region near the Chilean border is for the famed malbecs. Mendoza is Argentina’s most revered wine growing region, with magnificent Andes-backed vineyards and fine produce on offer.

Perito Moreno Glacier, Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina

Los Glaciares National Park

Situated within the wild landscapes of Patagonia, Los Glaciares National Park is an outdoor-enthusiast’s dream. It home to one of the world’s most famous glaciers, the glistening Perito Moreno, and there is fantastic trekking beneath the lofty peaks of Mount Fitzroy from the cosy tourist hub of El Chaltén.

Right Whale, Peninsula Valdes, Argentina

Peninsula Valdes

Peninsula Valdes on the eastern Patagonian coast is an important wildlife haven, serving as a refuge for colonies of sea lions, as well as elephant seals. If you’re lucky, you might spot southern right whales and orcas in the offshore waters, or the Argentinian endemic guinea pig-like mara.

Lake Nahuel Huapi, view from Victoria Island, Bariloche, Argentina


Located in the beautiful Rio Negro Province, San Carlos de Bariloche is surrounded by densely forested slopes and mountain lakes where spectacular treks await. Take the historic steam train into the Patagonian steppe, visit the trails of Nahuel Huapi National Park, and sample the locally produced ice cream and chocolate.

Lapataia Bay, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

Tierra del Fuego National Park

Accessed by the aptly named Fin del Mundo, or ‘End of the World’, train, Tierra del Fuego National Park is a dramatic protected area off Argentina’s far south coast. It is home to dramatic glacial-carved landscapes, ancient lenga and guindo forests, and a diverse array of native wildlife.

Argentina Top Cities

La BocaLa Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires

From the streets of San Telmo where tango resonates from bars to the artistic colour of La Boca, Buenos Aires is a captivating mix of diverse neighbourhoods and one of South America’s most vibrant cities. Wander Plaza de Mayo, flanked by elegant architecture, and feast at some of Argentina’s best restaurants.

Basilica San Francisco, Salta, Argentina


Not only is it surrounded by spectacular landscapes, but the northern city of Salta is a worthy destination in itself. Rich in history, it is home to beautiful architecture, impressive museums, and monuments celebration the country’s greatest heroes. Its lively Mercado Artesanal is also an ideal place to stock up on traditional handicrafts.

Ushuaia, Argentina


Ushuaia is famed as the world’s southernmost city, surrounded by the stunning landscapes of Tierra del Fuego (‘Land of Fire’). Cruise or kayak the Beagle Channel where whales, dolphins and penguin colonies can be spotted, or take in the magnificent vistas across the city from the Glacier Martial.

Almirante Brown Square, Mar del Plata, Argentina

Mar del Plata

Set along the Atlantic Coast, Mar del Plata is Argentina’s premier beach resort, or balneario, where both locals and foreigners come for sun, surf and sand. Relax on its endless stretches of beach by day and party ’til the early hours at night.

Sagrado Corazon Church, Cordoba, Argentina


Set in the midst of the Pampas, Córdoba is Argentina’s second largest city and a vibrant cultural melting-pot. Its streets are lined with impressive colonial architecture whose grandeur and history is juxtaposed against an emerging, yet progressive, arts and music scene.

Argentinean Unique Experiences

Submarine, Ischigualasto Natural Park, Argentina

Visit the moonscape of Parque Provincial Ischigualasto

Featuring spectacular rock formations unlike anywhere else, visit the UNESCO World Heritage listed Parque Provincial Ischigualasto and discover why it has been dubbed the ‘Valley of the Moon’.

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Learn to dance the Argentinian tango

Tango is danced the world over but has its origins in Argentina, so there is no better place to take your first steps than at its heart in Buenos Aires.

Vineyards with Andes, Cafayate, Argentina

Explore the northern wine regions of Calchaquí and Cafayate

White-wine lovers shouldn’t miss a vineyard tour through the Calchaquí and Cafayate regions of northern Argentina, famed for their distinctive Torrontes and the stunning landscapes of Quebrada De Las Conchas, best explored along Route 68.

Perito Moreno Glacier Trekking, Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina

Walk on a glacier at Perito Moreno

Equipped with crampons and ice sticks, experience up-close the fascinating environment of Perito Moreno on a mini-hike across this world-famous glacier.

Gauchos, Argentina

Experience the gaucho culture of the Pampas

The Pampas is a vast region of grassy plains where the unique Argentinian gaucho culture has its roots. Join these cattle-rearing cowboys for an insight into their lifestyle.

Best time to visit Argentina

With a diverse range of landscapes and latitudes, the best time to visit Argentina varies, although the high season generally coincides with the Summer months of December to February.

Buenos Aires. Temperatures are ideal in the capital during both Autumn (Mar-May) and Spring (Sep-Nov), with jacaranda trees igniting the streets during the latter.

Wine regions. The Autumn months of March and April are the best time to visit both Mendoza and the wine regions in the north, coinciding with the wine harvests.

Andean ski resorts. If you are coming to ski then the winter months of June through to August offer the best conditions, although July can get very busy.

Iguazu Falls. For high water levels and lots of spray, visit during the wet season from December to March, or if you want clear blue skies and access to all of the trails surrounding the falls, then visit during the dry period from April to June.

Coast, Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. The coast and far south are at their best from December through to February, but also at their busiest. Visit during November or March if you want to avoid both the crowds and the Winter cold.

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Festivals in Argentina

Gaucho National Day Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina

San Antonio de Areco Gaucho Festival

Every November the town of San Antonio de Areco holds its annual Gaucho Festival when cowboys from across the country descend for a weeklong celebration including a fair, a meat-lover’s criolla barbecue, and a rodeo known as the jineteada gaucha.

Tango Street-Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires Tango Festival

Each year Argentina’s capital ignites with its annual Tango Festival, drawing dancers from across the country and around the world for classes, milonga parties, and impressive performances. It runs for more than two weeks and is held at venues all across the city where tango was born.

Carnival Dancer, Argentina

Gualeguaychu Carnival Festival

Rivalling the carnival parades of Rio de Janeiro, the Gualeguaychu Carnival takes to the streets during January and February. Each Saturday shows are presented on the carnival runway or corsódromo by groups known as comparsas in a celebration of music, dance and elaborate costumes.

Tilcara Carnival Festival

Also held in January and February each year is the Tilcara Carnival, a blend of religious devotion and popular belief. Devotees believe their souls are taken possession by the devil during the frenzy of masked celebrations and parades, before being buried within a hole at the end of the carnival, in preparation for the next year.

Argentinean Gastronomy

The meat-heavy diet for which Argentina is famed draws not only on the country’s indigenous influences and ingredients, but also those brought by Spanish and Italian immigrants. While beef features heavily and cannot be overlooked, the Argentines also have a love for their own distinctive caffeine-fix, yerba mate, and a (very) sweet tooth to top it all off.

Yerba Mate Tea, Typical Argentina Food

Yerba Mate

Yerba mate is as much a social as culinary tradition in Argentina, with the cultivation of the plant originating in pre-European indigenous populations and the caffeine-rich ‘tea’ drunk across the country today.

Asado-In the ground, Typical Argentina Food


Originating with Argentina’s cowboys, the asado or barbecue is one of the country’s most authentic eating experiences, including a vast assortment of meat, topped with a tangy green salsa known as chimichurri.

Roll Meat, Typical Argentina Food


While matambre itself is a thin cut of beef flank, Argentina is famed for its matambre relleno, with vegetables and hard-boiled eggs rolled together with the meat, boiled and then roasted.

Choripan-Chorizo Hot Dog with Chimichurri Sauce, Typical Argentina Food


Combine a chorizo sausage with two slices of crusty bread, top with a traditional chimichurri sauce, and there you have choripán - a gaucho snack that has become a firm Argentinian city favourite.

Dulce de Leche, Typical Argentina Food

Dulce de Leche

Making appearances in everything from ice-cream to alfajores biscuits, dulce de leche is a thick caramel sauce made from condensed milk and an essential try for every sweet tooth.

Shopping in Argentina

Unlike many of its surrounding South American countries, known for their traditional handicrafts, the shopping experience in Argentina draws more on its European influences. From the streets of Buenos Aires to the rural heartlands, the products available are a reflection of not only the country’s vibrant cultural roots, but also its long-established industries.

Wine Bottles, Argentina


It’s no secret that Argentina produces some of South America’s best wine and when purchasing involves touring magnificent vineyards, backed by the spectacular Andes, the shopping experience is all part of the fun.

Bandoneon Shoes Black Hat, Tango Symbols

Tango Products

As the home of tango, Argentina is also the best place to purchase tango clothes, shoes and music. There are plenty of shops dedicated to this sensual art form, particularly in Buenos Aires, and the quality is second to none.

In Rosario, Traditional Leather Gaucho Belts and Cinchs, Argentina


It makes sense that in a country known for its beef that the leather products are also renowned. Buenos Aires has plenty of places where you can purchase high quality leather goods, ranging from jackets and gloves to handbags.

San Telmo Market, Antique Copper Cookware, Buenos Aires, Argentina


For antique hunters after a one-of-a-kind historic treasure, the cobblestone streets of San Telmo in Buenos Aires are home to antique stores that are great to rummage through, as well as a few quirky boutiques.

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