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Argentina is the perfect blend of exciting city life paired with gorgeous landscapes and terrain. Explore natural wonders, traditional tango dancing, local cuisine and wine, a passionate sports culture, and an active nightlife.


  • Take a customized skiing adventure though the Andes designed to fit your skill level and preference, whether you like more time around the resort, back-country, or the ideal mix of both.

  • Taste delicious, local wine while soaking in superb views, as Argentina is home to seven provinces with fabulous vineyards: Mendoza, San Juan, La Rioja, Salta, Catamarca, Río Negro, and Buenos Aires.

  • Visit the Iguazu Falls. These massive waterfalls of the Iguazu River make up the largest waterfall system in the world. Embark on a magical boat ride to see incredible cascades up-close and personal while letting the mist soak in your skin.

  • Explore Córdoba; an intriguing combination of ancient and modern, with everything from electro-tango bars, to Spanish colonial architecture, to 17th-century Jesuit ruins. This town is home to Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, one of South America’s oldest universities.

  • Visit Buenos Aires, known for cultural attractions, shops, museums, monuments, theaters, luscious green parks, European architecture, modern buildings, narrow streets with charming pockets around every corner, and a strong passion for “football.”

  • Explore San Telmo, the oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Wander the cobblestone streets to experience pop-up galleries, beautiful street murals, colonial architecture, shady plazas, and a buzzing night life.

  • Watch the orchestras, singers, and dancers of a Traditional Tango Dinner Show while enjoying a delicious dinner of empanadas, local wines, and more.

  • Immerse in the sports culture and watch an exciting soccer, polo, or rugby game!

  • Travel to the Lake District to escape the city and absorb remarkable scenery of enormous forests and glacier-fed lakes. This atmosphere is fit for hiking, climbing, skiing, or simply relaxing in a pristine setting. Next, chill out in the picturesque resort town of Bariloche, located on the banks of the Lago Nahuel Huapi.

  • Venture to Los Glaciares National Park to see the Perito Moreno Glacier; a natural site that will take your breath away. Wander along boardwalks to view magnificent icebergs from various angles, or embark on a boat tour for a closer look.

  • Trek through the vastness of Patagonia with an experienced guide for a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Good to Know

  • Summer (December through February) is the best time to visit Patagonia

  • Visit Buenos Aires is in the spring (September through November) for temperate air and blooming jungles

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