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A little bit about Argentina

Immerse yourself in the unforgettable beauty of Argentina. The country stretches from the high Andes Mountains in west, to the rugged rich coastline of the east; from the tropical rainforests of the north to the ice fields and glaciers of the south.

Lying between Chile and Uruguay, it is the second largest country in South America. Argentina can be characterized as a young, chaotic, creative and beautiful country and the birth place of a passionate dance called tango. Of course tango has an important place in the Argentinian culture, but so does soccer, the wine industry, the gaucho lifestyle and the cuisine.
Sometimes called the tail of South America, Argentina has a lot to offer for everyone with a wide diversity of places, cultures and people. Walk through the streets of beautiful Buenos Aires or visit other vibrant cities such as Córdoba, Salta, Mendoza or Bariloche. Argentina is also home to some of the most fascinating places in the world such as the mighty Iguazu Falls, the advancing glacier Perito Moreno in the south, massive ice fields in Patagonia and adorable animals such as penguins, seals and guanacos. 
Stunning places are waiting for you to explore them!

Choose from our range of unique trips or contact us and we’ll be happy to tailor the perfect itinerary to suit your requirements. 

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When is the best time to visit Argentina?

Argentina can be visited at any time of the year. The warmer months are from November to March, and most visitors plan their trip at this time. However, if you would like to avoid big crowds then you can plan your journey from October to November or April to May, but it depends on the activities you prefer to do and places you wish to visit.

What do I need to bring with me?

We will provide you with a list of packing details and suggestions depending on the tour; but in general, we recommend bringing a water/windproof jacket, sunblock lotion and camera gear.

What power adapter outlet is used in Argentina?

Argentina uses voltage of 220V, frequency of 50Hz and power sockets of type C/I. Plugs are either two rounded prongs or three angled flat prongs.  

How safe is Argentina?

In general, Argentina is relatively safe, but travellers need to be cautious of pickpockets and muggers in big cities. You need to be aware of suspicious people and it is suggested that you stay in tourist places and don’t go to rural areas where there is no police. Also, only use official taxis and leave all your valuables locked in a hotel safe.  

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Some of the main Attractions

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Iguazu Falls

One of the planet’s most inspiring sights, the Iguazu Falls is the largest waterfall in the world split between Brazil and Argentina. It is made up of some 275 individual waterfalls and has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1984.

Buenos Aires

Visit Buenos Aires, the beautiful, alive and passionate capital of Argentina and birthplace of the famous tango. The city is a top tourist destination due to the diversity of people and rich cultural life. An amazing destination!

El Chalten & El Calafate

El Calafate is a small town offering all sorts of outdoor adventures. The most famous attraction is a spectacular glacier, Perito Moreno Glacier, located in the Los Glaciares National Park in southwest Argentina. There are also many trekking options.

Bariloche

The City of Andean Lakes attracts many tourists all year long due to its stunning scenery and offered attractions. In winter or summer, Bariloche offers a range of activities, such as skiing, mountain biking, trekking, horse riding, rafting and more.

Mendoza

Mendoza lies is the heart of Argentina’s wine country. The dry and sunny region is perfect for wine cultivation and produces more than two-thirds of all Argentina’s wine. The city offers a variety of activities; Wine tasting, trekking, biking.

Northwest Argentina

Salta is the most beautiful city of northern Argentina. Salta’s fascinating history can be seen through the age-old monuments and its extremely rich culture. The surrounding area is full of fascinating places to visit.

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