Known for its tango dancing and delicious wine, Argentina is a passionate country — and you’re sure to fall in love with it. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy a trip to the Iguazu Falls or hiking through Patagonia, the region at the country’s southern tip. There you can tour the streets of Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, before sailing off to Antarctica!

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Excellent Reviewed Tour: Discover Antarctica 11 days from Ushuaia
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Excellent Reviewed Tour: Quest for the Antarctic Circle
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  • Martin Lacey
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Excellent Reviewed Tour: Adventures in Patagonia + Iguazu Extension
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  • Frank
“Great trip to a somewhat remote part of the world. Lots of travel time but superb scenery”

Argentina - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Covering an area of close to 1 million sq. miles, Argentina has everything, ranging from natural beauty and sultry lifestyles to exotic cuisine and a splendid culture. Considering that the country gave the world things like futbol, beef and tango, a trip to Argentina is sure to be nothing short of spectacular. 

The delightful Iguazu Falls, the enchanting Glaciar Perito Moreno, Patagonia… Argentina has its fair share of exhilarating natural beauty. It is home to beautiful wetlands, rustic mountains, vast arid deserts, steppes, Valdivian forests, salt flats, lake districts and ice fields and all kinds of birds and animals that come with these regions. 

Tour Highlights

  • Dance the tango at a milonga in Buenos Aires, the city where the dance was invented
  • Visit the Iguazu Falls
  • Try ice hiking on Glacier Perito Moreno
  • See an opera at Teatro Colon (the third best opera house in the world)
  • Travel to The Hill of Seven Colors

Travel Tips

  • Argentinian cuisine is very meat heavy, and rare meatless dishes are often covered in cheese. If you're a vegetarian or a vegan, be sure to do your research beforehand to find a restaurant that caters to you.
  • When on a holiday in Argentina, do as the locals do. Slow down and find a new appreciation for time. Relax, enjoy your meals, and (if you can avoid it) try not to rush.
  • The idea of personal space doesn't always apply in Argentina. Expect locals to stand close to you when chatting. They may also reach out and touch you. Try to remember this is their sociable culture and is not intended to make you feel uncomfortable.
  • Counterfeit money is very common in Argentina. Always double check your notes. Look for the bill's clear hologram by holding it up to the natural light, and run your fingers over the pictured diplomat's suit to ensure it is textured.
  • Around Christmas time, the city of Buenos Aires shuts down almost completely as locals head to the coast. Shops and restaurants (even fast food chains) will likely be closed, so plan ahead if visiting at this time. Consider visiting when the weather is best during Argentinian fall (March to May) or spring (September to November).