Patagonian landscapes, the Iguazu Falls, the vineyards of Mendoza, gaucho culture, and sophisticated cities that straddle European grandeur and Latin vitality.
From the tango to café culture and boulevards lined with grand French neoclassical palacios, bookstores and boutiques, and blooming with purple jacaranda, the cultural landscape of Argentina’s cities is as full-bodied as its Malbec.
Beyond the stylish streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina is an easily accessible natural wonderland. From the roar of Iguazu Falls in the subtropical north via wetlands, desert and cobalt lakes to the climate-change-defying Perito Moreno Glacier in the south.
Sip yerba mate and ride with gauchos in the Pampas
Celebrate trekking the Perito Moreno glacier with a whisky 'on the rocks' made with fresh glacial ice
Dance the tango at a late night milonga
Learn the art of winemaking in Mendoza, the home of Malbec
Cheer for Boca Juniors with South America’s most enthusiastic sports fans
Perfect your swing at a polo clinic in Cordoba
Drive the Dakar rally route through the ravines and deserts of the north west
See a night rainbow on a full moon hike at the Iguaçu Falls
Like the tango, the world’s most mesmerising dance, that fuses African, European and indigenous traditions, there are many layers to a culture and country that’s part European, part Latin-American and totally enthralling.
Our guides, gauchos, sommeliers and chefs will peel back its layers for you. One of our carefully crafted trips, designed with your personal culinary, cultural or adventurous proclivities in mind, will leave you singing the chorus to “Don’t Cry for me Argentina.” You’ll long to return. You don’t have to choose between the romantic allure of its cities, its cutting-edge wineries or the wide-open skies of Patagonia – even a short trip to Argentina can have it all.
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