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Argentina Tours

Elegant and eclectic, Argentina is a heady mix of culture and nature, from volcanic peaks and salt lakes in the north, via tangos in ‘the Paris of South America,’ to breathtaking Glaciers and the temperate forest of Tierra del Fuego.

Tours in Argentina

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Things to See & Do

  • Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires

    Vibrant and engaging, with a rich European heritage, Argentina’s capital has long been regarded as the ‘Paris of South America.’ There is so much to occupy the visitor: tango shows (both formal and impromptu), sporting events, great shopping in Recoleta, splendid plazas and buildings, and world renowned restaurants.

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  • Tango Show

    Tango Show

    At the heart and soul of Buenos Aires is the passionate Tango. You can watch one of the most complicated passionate dances in the world, by world class dancers or you can even take classes to learn the Tango.

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  • Mendoza


    Cordoba and Mendoza can justifiably claim to be two of Argentina’s most culturally distinctive cities, renowned for their heritage and a ‘love of the grape.’ Rich in colonial splendour, both occupy fertile corners of the Andean foothills, home to numerous vineyards which offer guided tours and tastings.

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  • Perito Moreno Glacier

    Perito Moreno Glacier

    et amidst the dramatic landscapes of Los Glaciares National Park in Argentine Patagonia, this incredible wall of ice and snow is the 3rd largest reservoir of fresh water in the world. Covering some 250 sq km, it rises around 60 mt above the icy waters.

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  • Bariloche


    The resort of Bariloche is the gateway to this beautiful region in northern Patagonia. Argentina’s top winter sports destination, it is also a delightful region to visit in the summer (the European winter months).

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  • Iguassu Falls

    Iguassu Falls

    One of the world’s most stunning cascades, Iguassu Falls are the thundering centrepiece of the Iguassu Falls National Park, straddling the border between Brazil and Argentina. The Argentine side offers closer views, jungle trails and the chance of a boat ride to the base of the electrifying ‘Devil’s Throat’ Falls.

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  • Yacutinga Lodge

    Yacutinga Lodge

    The Yacutinga Lodge, located in the Iguazu National Park downriver from the famous waterfalls. With a commitment to living in harmony with their natural surroundings, the lodge offers extremely high standards of accommodation for the rainforest.

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  • Cordoba


    Cordoba has a wine growing tradition that goes back some time. Records show that 10,000 vines were planted the year after the foundation of Cordoba in 1574. Wine production in Cordoba had another evolevement when immigrants arrived from the region of Friuli Venezia Giulia in northern Italy. The spirit of those pioneers still continues, as do some of their traditions and dialects...

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  • El Ombu de Areco

    El Ombu de Areco

    The Italian-style 'estancia' (farmhouse) of El Ombu de Areco was built in 1890 by General Richieri and is surrounded by 750 acres of fields, 68 miles from Buenos Aires. The many activities available include horse riding, swimming, carriage rides, farm observation and participation.

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  • Estancia Los Potreros

    Estancia Los Potreros

    Estancia Los Potreros is located under an hour’s drive from Cordoba in North West Argentina, and is a working cattle farm and horse breeding centre. The comfortable rooms are all individually decorated with private bathrooms, and have log fires for cooler winter evenings. All meals are included, and are enhanced by the estancia’s own organically grown produce and free range eggs, as well as Los Potreros’ own label wines. Activities are included in your rate, and options available include horse riding, swimming in the estancia’s pool, observation of the chef or farm practices, bird watching and watching polo matches.

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Highlights of Argentina

Travel Experts

  • Sue Livsey

    In Buenos Aires, be sure to visit the Recoleta cemetery it’s a fascinating place to wander around in search of Eva Peron's mausoleum.

    Sue Livsey
    Latin America Product Manager
  • Sue Livsey

    For whale watching trips head to the Peninsula Valdes between May to December.

    Sue Livsey
    Latin America Product Manager

Best Time To Go and Weather

The best time to visit Argentina is in our winter (their summer) months. Argentina has several climatic zones. In Buenos Aires it is hot and humid from mid-December to the end of February.  Outside this summer period, the climate is generally healthy and temperate.  Patagonia, the southern third of Argentina south of Bahia Blanca, is a rather dry region liable to strong winds throughout the year.  In terms of temperature and changeable weather, this area has a typical cool, temperate climate rather similar to that of the British Isles.  In the extreme south, summers are distinctly cool, both summer and winter temperatures being moderated by the proximity to the sea. 

Essential Information

  • Time differenceGMT -3hrs
  • Flight Time14.5 hrs
  • VisaNot for British passport holders*
  • ImmunisationsDiphtheria, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Malaria, TB, Tetanus, Typhoid. In travelling to the northern region Malaria medication and Yellow Fever is required.**
  • CurrencyArgentine Peso
  • CapitalBuenos Aires
  • Area2.77 million sq km
  • Population37.81 million
  • Dialling Code+54
  • Electricity220V 50 Hz
  • LanguageQuechua, Guarani, Araucanian, Spanish

* Please check with the tourist board to confirm

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