Argentina is a land of contrasts that never ceases to amaze. The many natural wonders are breath-taking and marvellously unspoilt. Subtropical rainforests and spectacular waterfalls in Iguazu, the immense Perito Moreno Glacier, the sparkling lakes and rolling green hills of the Lake District, salt flats and cloud forest jungle near Salta, whales basking in the bay at Peninsula Valdes, and of course the miles of unspoilt gaucho (cowboy) filled Estancia country for which Argentina is so famous. The combination of all this natural beauty, together with one of the most buzzing and cosmopolitan capitals in South America, delightful colonial towns, a luxurious wine region and a population of friendly and welcoming people you really can’t go wrong with a trip to Argentina. It truly has something for everyone.
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Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan, dynamic & generous city. It offers a rich cultural, historic and architectural heritage built by generations of Spanish, Italians, Germans, Russians and many other immigrants.View More
In the outskirts of Gran Buenos Aires, there are many Estancias, extensive ranches with farmed and cattle land with traditional houses. Most of these Estancias are attended by their owners, who show guests a taste if real traditional Argentine life.View More
The town of El Calafate is the starting point for a visit to Los Glaciers national park. Of all the impressive landscapes of our country, this is the one you will remember most.View More
The letter “i” in Guarani means “water”and “guazu” means “big”. The Iguazu Falls are the most breathtaking waterfalls in South America. Perpetual rainbows, hundreds if butterflies, immense green jungle and the energy of the falling water will leave you lost for words.View More
The area of Mendoza used to be a desert, but the hands of hard working immigrants and the blessing of water and climate have turned it into a green fertile land.View More
Your Argentina holidays should ideally include a visit to Bariloche, Villa la Angostura and San Martin de los Andes – three charming towns beautifully located in front of the astonishing blue lakes that make up Argentina’s ‘Lake District’.View More
The Argentine Northwest is a land if contrasts, with colonial plazas, red mountains and green oasis. Indigenous culture is still alive in the traditions and folklore of this area, formerly part if the Inca Kingdom.View More
Ushuaia, known as the city at the end of the world, is the starting point to discover this region. Whilst there, the national park, the navigation along the Beagle Channel, the Les Eclaireurs lighthouse and the Fganano and Escondido lakes deserve a visit.View More
In the northern area of Patagonia, along the vast, dry, treeless plateau of the coast, you will find a wonderful array of marine life, birds and Patagonian wildlife such as Guanacos, Rheas, Patagonian hares and armadillos.View More
This humid zone of 700,000 hectares can be reached from Posadas or Mercedes. It is a perfect destination to combine withIguazu.View More
Cordoba is today Aragntina’s second largest city and was formerly the most important town in colonial times.View More
The amazing wildlife, colossal icebergs and pristine landscapes, will make this trip a once in a lifetime experience.View More
Uruguay can be visited on a one day excursion, or as a pre- or post-tour from Buenos Aires. The highlights are Colonia del Sacramento, Punta del Este and Montevideo.View More
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