There is so much to see and do in Argentina depending on the amount of time you have to spare and your interests. With the following Latin America itinerary ideas we try and give you a feel for what is and what isn't possible to achieve in a certain amount of time. These tour ideas are merely suggestions and we will tweak and tailor-make everything to exactly what you want to do on your holiday.
Get off the beaten track on this tailor-made fly and drive tour. Head to Argentina’s most extraordinary natural wonders and marvel at colourful canyons, impressive mountains and majestic lakes.
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.
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.
Venturing into the North West of Argentina, our Latin America specialist Grant explores the spectacular scenery and adventure travel potential of the Puna.
A holiday to Argentina offers dramatic glaciers, vast drum-flat pampas, remarkable wetlands, and tango temptations, it holds all of its visitors in awe. From the spectacular thunderous waterfalls of Iguazu Falls and wineries of Mendoza, to the snow-capped Andes and cultural cocktail that is Buenos Aires, this is South America at its coolest.
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Set at the southernmost tip of South America, a holiday to Argentina has plenty to blow you away beyond its obsession with football, politics, steak cuts, and Evita. Studded with cool cosmopolitan cities and spectacular natural beauty, the potential for adventure here is limitless.
For faded elegance and glamourous modernism, bask in the beauty of Buenos Aires. Mixing European sophistication with distinct Latin passion, Argentina’s fun and fast capital is abuzz with glitzy malls, avant-garde museums, trendy fusion restaurants, barrios, and milongas (tango salons). Shop for haute couture in Recoleta, marvel at the French baroque interiors at Teatro Colón, and explore the legend that is Eva Perón at Casa Rosada; the iconic presidential palace with its famous balcony, and also at her much-visited grave site in Recoleta Cemetery.
But it’s not just Buenos Aires that is an assault for the senses. Thrill seekers can charge down wild rapids on the River Manso, whale-watch in Puerto Madryn, enjoy penguin, seal and whale encounters at Peninsula Valdés, and see nature at its most powerful at Iguazú Falls - one of the world’s most awe-inspiring sights. Other highlights include ice-trekking the mighty Perito Moreno Glacier, spotting wildlife at the Ibera Wetlands, and sailing the Beagle Channel through Tierra del Fuego National Park in Patagonia.
For more Argentine fabulousness, learn about country living in the Pampas, home to the legendary Argentine gaucho cowboy, and venture to the north-westerly provinces for surreal natural beauty. Most alluring is Salta for its Andean peaks, vineyards, giant rock formations, giant cacti and crystalline salt flats, Jujuy for its authentic vibe, and Purmamarca for its postcard-perfect buildings and surrounding landscape. For wine and wonder, journey to Mendoza in the foothills of the Andes and discover some of the world’s most magnificent vineyards, wineries, and wine-producing estates.
Argentina is a country destined to be explored and has something to offer everyone. Here at Imagine Latin America, we offer an extensive range of luxury holidays to Argentina. From honeymoons to family holidays, culture rich or wildlife-filled adventures, we have personally visited and explored the country to ensure we can offer you the best tailor-made experience.
To start planning your tailor-made holiday, call us on (646) 934-8942
Did you know?
Aconcagua, located in the Argentinian Andes, is the highest mountain outside of Asia, standing at 6,961 metres. It is one of the Seven Summits of the world.
Did you know?
Argentina is home to the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia.