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Custom travel to Argentina
Argentina is sensual like a tango. Far away on the map yet near, and familiar, for its affable people, receptive to the most diverse populations.
The route begins in Argentina’s northeastern provinces, where Buenos Aires’s loud, crowded neighborhoods invite you to get into the frenetic groove. Descending from the high plain, you’ll be knocked back on your heels by Iguazú Falls’ deafening roar. Move on to vineyards and the fertile prairies known as the pampas. Bundle up for the southern province of Patagonia. But you’re sure to be impressed with its calm and quiet as you make your way between its majestic ice walls.
Argentina. Disfrutar de la belleza natural y salvaje de la Patagonia
Appreciate the natural, wild beauty of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego aboard the exclusive cruise ship the Australis.
Argentina. Conocer las estancias más exclusivas del país
Sink right into Argentina’s swankiest estancias.
Argentina. Recorrer los viñedos de Mendoza
Tour Mendoza’s innumerable vineyards on horseback or bicycle then wrap by sampling its delicious wines, considered to be some of best in the world.
Argentina. Trekking con caravana de llamas
Trek with a llama caravan through Andes landscapes in Argentina’s northwest.
Argentina. Recorrido por una plantación de yerba mate
Tour a yerba mate cultivation in Iguazú to get familiar with the venerable Argentine and Uruguayan custom.
Argentina. Clases de tango
Try your feet at a tango class, then stay up late for a very romantic, very Buenos Aires late-night, at working-class dancehalls known as milongas.
Argentina. Navegar durante tres días por el Parque Nacional de los Glaciares
Spend three days cruising Glaciers National Park as you explore Upsala, Spegazzini, Mayo and Perito Moreno in the south of Patagonia.
Argentina. Navegar en kayak
Discover Perito Moreno by kayak; then walk across ice thousands of years old; go into the glacier’s “guts” or climb unexplored Cagliero glacier.
Argentina. Snorkel en Península Valdés
Snorkel on the Valdés Peninsula and swim with the sea wolves.
Did you know?
The biggest dinosaur ever to be discovered to date is a Patagotitan mayorum that came from the Patagonian province of Chubut (Argentina).
Recommended travel time: Spring and autumn
The best times to travel in Argentina are spring and fall. Ideal for going to Buenos Aires, Patagonia and the last de-icing episodes in Ushuaia.
Take a boat excursion to Isla Victoria, in the north of Patagonia, to have a picnic lunch on Playa Totoras.
Navigate the Upper Paraná River to reach Guaraní nation villages and north Argentina’s ancient, eighteenth-century Jesuit missions. Your kayak moves across tranquil waters or you can bathe in waterfalls that have served as sets for films like The Emerald Forest (1985).
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