Cavas Wine Lodge in Mendoza’s winelands is Argentina’s finest wine hotel, and a real favourite of ours. Although Cavas doesn’t come cheap, the stylish contemporary pool suites, extraordinary views and above-and-beyond service make Cavas worth the splurge.
Argentina is a country destined to be explored and has something to offer everyone. Our Argentina specialists have put together their top five reasons to visit this stunning country…
Venturing into the North West of Argentina, our Latin America specialist Grant explores the spectacular scenery and adventure travel potential of the Puna.
Food and drink is at the heart of Argentine culture, so what better way to spend your time than eating and drinking in all the best spots Buenos Aires has to offer. Tried and tested by our Marketing Executive and Latin America enthusiast Suzie, we recommend the best things to eat, drink and do in Buenos Aires.
Argentina is an unrivalled destination for foodies. With a cuisine that is loved and savoured in eateries across the globe, Argentina has muscled its way to the top of many a menu del dia. Yet, it is its wine that is star of the show, and whilst the regions of Salta, Córdoba and San Juan claim top notch wine exports, it is Mendoza that captures the attention of connoisseurs.
Scarlett, our Latin America specialist, has just returned from exploring the highlights of Argentina and found the magnificent Iguazu Falls truly jaw-dropping! Read on to find out why she considers them to be one of South America’s real gems and perhaps one of the most impressive waterfalls on the planet.
During a trip to Argentina, Latin America Specialist Scarlett fell in love with Mendoza, the land of wine. Below she entices us with her experiences of Mendoza and the best way to explore such a diverse region of Argentina.
After Grant’s recent visit to Argentina, he explores the reasons to visit the Ibera Wetlands over the Pantanal. Both wildlife hot-spots have something to offer with the chance to see some of the continent’s most exotic wildlife; however Grant pushes for the Ibera Wetlands due to its exclusivity, logistic appeal and luxury accommodation.
The Northwest of Argentina is commonly forgotten on any one visit to this diverse country, yet it’s one of the most exciting, adventurous and awe-inspiring places Argentina has to offer. From dramatic and remote landscapes, high altitude wine vineyards and indigenous communities. There is something for every wanderlust traveller and one of Argentina’s best kept secrets. See below 5 main reasons to make the journey to this stunning corner of Argentina:
Buenos Aires, El Calafate, El Chalten, Torres del Paine and Santiago
Best for: Luxury, Spectacular scenery, Imagine Favourites
Combine cosmopolitan cities with Patagonia’s rugged, untamed scenery whilst staying in utter luxury at some of South America's most exclusive and secluded hotels.
To start planning your tailor-made holiday, call us on (646) 934-8942
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Experience deep Patagonia, South America's southern most region; a rugged and jaw- dropping landscape shared by Argentina and Chile. Combine an outdoor wilderness discovery, with luxury hotels and enjoy an unforgettable experience. Start your trip with a few nights in vibrant Buenos Aires and finish in cosmopolitan Santiago.
Days 1 - 3 : Buenos Aires, Argentina
Stay at Legado Mitico for 2 nights
Begin your holiday in the impressive city of Buenos Aires, where you will find European elegance, style and sophistication muddled together with sights, sounds and flavours uniquely Latin! Discover city highlights on a half day tour and visit the colourful houses of La Boca, the tango and antique hub of San Telmo and wander around the green and leafy Palermo. In the evening enjoy a dynamic Tango Show, which oozes 1930's glamour and is performed by some of Argentina's best selection of singers and dancers.
Days 3 - 6 : El Calafate area, Argentina
Stay at Eolo for 3 nights
Fly to El Calafate, Argentina's glacier region and check-in to your unique-luxury lodge. Located thirty minutes from El Calafate, it is hidden in the most breathtaking setting. All meals are included during your stay as well as an array of activities, including horse back riding or trekking on Mount Frías, mountain biking and exploring a plethora of fauna and flora found within the region. We have also included a visit to the epic Perito Moreno Glacier, famed for being one of the only glaciers in the world to be advancing!
Days 6 - 9 : Lago Desierto, Argentina
Stay at Aguas Arriba Lodge for 3 nights
Today, transfer to your exclusive and secluded lodge located just outside of El Chalten. Nestled on the shores of Lake Desierto and surrounded by acres of forest, it boasts a magical setting and totally immerses you in nature. During your stay all meals and a number of activities are included, which range from trekking, boating and fishing.
Day 9 - 10 : El Calafate, Argentina
Stay at Esplendor El Calafate for 1 night
After a morning at leisure soaking up the majestic views of the region, transfer back to El Calafate, ready for your departure into Chile the following day.
Days 10 - 14 : Torres Del Paine NP, Chile
Stay at Explora Patagonia for 4 nights
Cross the border into Chile, and transfer to the wild and awe-inspiring Torres del Paine National Park. Your hotel is perched on the shores of turquoise Lake Pehoé, against the towering granite spires of Torres del Paine and boasts the most spectacular setting. As one of the pioneering lodges to combine adventure and luxury in Patagonia, a stay here offers over 50 different guided hikes and horseback rides, which have been carefully designed to allow you to explore the best of Patagonia and soak up its breathtaking views of glaciers, lakes and mountains. During your stay all meals and activities are included.
Day 14 - 15 : Santiago, Chile
Stay at Casa Bueras Boutique Hotel for 1 night
Transfer to Punta Arenas airport for your flight to Santiago. On arrival transfer to your luxury boutique hotel and enjoy the evening at leisure.
Day 15 : Santiago to London
Transfer to the airport for your flight back home.
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When to go
Due to the sheer size of Argentina, there are different climates throughout the country. For this reason, it is better to visit different areas at different times. We recommend visiting between November and March for pleasant temperatures. our advice on when to visit the Valdes Peninsula will largely depend on the whale season. The northern region of Argentina boasts warm weather and fewer crowds during the months of May and June.
To start planning your tailor-made holiday, call us on (646) 934-8942
From $8177 per person
All accommodation with breakfasts
Other meals specified
Ask our specialists for prices excluding flights from the UK. This price is as a guide only. The actual price is influenced by fluctuations in exchange rate, time of year, travel class of flights and the use of private versus shared excursions. Single supplements are likely to apply.