ARGENTINA, LAND OF AIR, WATER AND FIRE

Breathtaking landscapes and an exciting capital Buenos Aires, welcome to Argentina ¡

Many options are available, the north with the deserts, Iguazu waterfalls, Buenos Aires and Patagonia.

 

Distances are huge by land and flights are necessary, but it’s also possible to rent a car and follow the wind; why not on the Ruta 40, the Panamerican road which ends in Ushuaia.

THE BIG NORTH OF ARGENTINA

Salta and Iguazu

Lunar landscapes with national parks in the far north, or tropical climate and the fantastic Iguazu falls, this region of Argentina is well worth a long journey.

 

CENTRAL ARGENTINA

Buenos Aires, Mendoza and Cordoba.

The main gateway to the country, we recommend several days in Buenos Aires, a vibrant city with much to offer.

The area of Mendoza is the heart of Argentina’s wine country with high end boutique hotels nestled at the feet of the high Andes offering great out door activities such as treks. 

 

NORTH PATAGONIA

Bariloche and Peninsula Valdes

Patagonia is a huge territory. The north of Patagonia encompasses a lake district and , mountains offering plenty of active out door pursuits. 

On the Atlantic side, we find the Valdes Peninsula, swept by the Patagonian winds. Here it is possible to observe whales. Penguins, elephant seals and sea lions. It’s the highest concentration of fauna in the southern hemisphere.

THE GREAT SOUTH, SOUTH PATAGONIA and TIERRA DEL FUEGO

Calafate, El Chalten, Ushuaia

The great south, landscapes of pampas, glaciers, steppe and incredible contrasts in one of the least populated places in the World. The Perito Moreno is an incredible spectacle.

El Chalten is the starting point to trek to the bases of Mount Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre. For the sporty, it is renowned climbing as well as impressive walks and treks.

Ushuaia, the end of the world, is the starting point for navigation to the Antarctic or Cape Horn 

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Ruta 40

This long road that crosses Argentina from the north to south, offers an amazing adventure, going through national parks, many of which are world heritage sites, constantly changing landscapes depending on  the latitude, sometimes taking you back in time; a much wilder version of route 66 in the USA. 

 

It is  possible to do different parts of the route, depending on available time, under the sun of the Salta, or through the strong winds of Patagonia.

Some examples of unusual experiences with our philosophy

Argentinian Polo

A pleasant afternoon outdoors, following  a team in training, getting an insight into this particular sport.

Trekking on the top of Perito Moreno Glacier

With good equipment, it is possible to safely trek on the glacial ice.

Discover an exclusive Estancia in Patagonia

In the middle of the pampa, with an atmosphere from other time, enjoy a cup of mate witht he gauchos. We have exclusive estancias where horse ridding, hiking and barbecues are part of the program.

Watch a football game in Buenos Aires

The true atmosphere, a real South American football match, but only with a guide.  

Dinner with a local 

Very fashionable in Buenos Aires nowdays; share a dinner with a locals at their home. A great evening with nice moments

But also…

Sleep in a loft in downtown Buenos Aires, observe the Iguazú falls from a small boat, rent a 4x4 and cross the desert, and many more ideas ! 

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