7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTS
Discover the charm of Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires and visit Perito Moreno Galcier, one of the largest and the only advancing glacier in the world.
10 DAYS / 9 NIGHTS
Experience the best of Argentina on this trip covering graceful cities, thundering waterfalls, and crackling glaciers.
6 DAYS / 5 NIGHTS
See Argentina’s best as you explore the wonders of Buenos Aires and admire the towering Iguazu Falls.
4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS
Discover one of the world’s most beloved cities. Buenos Aires is vibrant, rich in culture, and architecturally pleasing.
7 DAYS / 6 NIGHTS
Travel to Peru on this group journey of her key sites staying in good value accommodation with English speaking guides.
One of the world’s most beloved cities, Buenos Aires is vibrant, rich in culture, and architecturally pleasing. The combination of European sophistication and Latin soul with the contrast of old and new, Buenos Aires exudes an allure unlike many of her contemporaries. The porteno lifestyle is one to admire, not only for the local café-culture but also for its culinary ventures – both international and local. From trendy Palermo to the historc San Telmo neighbourhood and to the French-influenced palaces in Recoleta, public parks, and modern Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires offers a wealth of experiences, both guided and independent. With notable museums, galleries, and boutiques along with picturesque La Boca, the Recoleta cemetery, and the famed Colon Opera House, Buenos Aires is a graceful city well worth spending the time to absorb.
This small Patagonian town is the gateway to Los Glaciares National Park, home to Argentina’s star glacier, Perito Moreno, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Experience the glacier in a multitude of ways, from the long circuit of walkways, aboard a boat ride, or walking along it with a pair of cramp-ons! Hiking, horseback riding, or staying at a nearby estancia can also be enjoyed. There is plenty to see and experience, El Calafate is truly a highlight on your Argentina visit, you may even see (hear!) the eerie cracking of huge pieces of ice as they crash into the water below.
Straddling the border with Brazil, the Iguazu Falls are a natural spectacle. With soaring spray and thundering falls along with the abundance wildlife, nature, activities and sites to behold, the Iguazu Falls are a must-see among the world wonders.
The winelands of Mendoza are beautifully situated near mountains and valleys and produce arguably some of the world’s greatest wines. February and March are harvest time and Malbec is the specialty, but plenty of variety is on offer. With delightful hotels, lovely parks, restaurants and bars, Mendoza is more than just the wine experience. Head out of the historic center for horseback riding, rafting, cycling, hiking, and more.
Striking scenery, rugged landscapes, and the gateway to the lesser-visited northwest region of Argentina, Salta and beyond are indeed recommended for a complete Argentina experience. Travel through quiet yet charming towns and deep into the Andes mountain range, admire pre-historic ruins, picturesque villages, and then head to the vast white salt flats of Salinas Grandes, a unique landscape contrasting nicely with the deep blue sky.
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