- 2.94K views
- ~ mins read
Stretching down the southern coast of South America, a trip to Argentina is a sprawling country filled with jaw-dropping landscapes. To see the country’s most famous attractions, we recommend spending at least 2 weeks in Argentina. If you’re interested in an Argentina itinerary for 14 days, we’ve curated this list of itineraries for a 13, 14, and 15-day trip.
- Jan Sands
|Day 1||Welcome to Buenos Aires|
|Day 2||City tour of Buenos Aires|
|Day 3||Enjoy a free day in Buenos Aires|
|Day 4||Fly to Posadas (Ibera Wetlands)|
|Day 5||Free day in Ibera Wetlands|
|Day 6||Optional activities (hiking, boat ride, kayak) in Ibera Wetlands|
|Day 7||Drive to Puerto Iguazu|
|Day 8||Full day Iguazu Falls tour, free evening for optional activities|
|Day 9||Fly to Puerto Madryn|
|Day 10||Free day in Puerto Madryn|
|Day 11||Optional activities (Valdes Peninsula, whale watching) in Puerto Madryn|
|Day 12||Fly to Buenos Aires, free evening for optional activities|
|Day 13||Head to your next destination|
This tour takes you off the beaten path to some of Argentina’s most diverse wildlife regions. Your trip starts in the lively capital of Buenos Aires, where you’ll have three days to explore the city’s rich history and culture. From there, you’ll head to Puerto Iguazu to tour the mighty cascading Iguazu Falls. On this Argentina 2-week itinerary, you’ll also visit Puerto Madryn, which is considered one of the best places to see seals, penguins, and whales. You can explore some of the best outdoor and wildlife regions in just 2 weeks in Argentina! See more.
|Day 1||Arrive in Buenos Aires, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 2||Visit the Evita Museum, tango lessons|
|Day 3||Fly to Bariloche, an afternoon hike|
|Day 4||Condor watching tour, lunch with wine pairing|
|Day 5||Drive to the Andes Mountains in Chile|
|Day 6||Guided tour of Puerto Varas, fly to Santiago, Chile|
|Day 7||Food market tour, Chilean cooking class|
|Day 8||Drive to Casablanca Valley, winemaking tour with wine tasting|
|Day 9||Fly to Mendoza, dinner with wine pairing|
|Day 10||Drive to the Uco Valley, winery, and lunch tour|
|Day 11||Optional activities (spa, hiking, wine tour) in Uco Valley|
|Day 12||Chocolate tasting and lunch, fly to San Antonio de Areco|
|Day 13||Walking tour of San Antonio de Areco, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 14||Head to your next destination|
In this 14-day Argentina itinerary, you’ll experience some of the best foods and wines the country has to offer. Starting in Buenos Aires, you’ll enjoy authentic Argentinian life before flying to Bariloche for two days of relaxing outdoor activities.
From Bariloche, you’ll cross the Andes into Chile to visit Puerto Varas and Santiago. From there, visit wineries in Chile’s Casablanca Valley before flying to Mendoza and Uco Valley, two of Argentina’s biggest wine regions. Your trip ends in San Antonio de Areco, a historic town overflowing with gaucho tradition. See more.
|Day 1||Arrive in Buenos Aires and spend the day at your leisure|
|Day 2||City tour of Buenos Aires, Tango show and dinner|
|Day 3||Fly to El Calafate, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 4||Full day tour of Perito Moreno Glacier including a boat tour|
|Day 5||Free day in El Calafate|
|Day 6||Fly to Ushuaia, Beagle Channel boat tour|
|Day 7||Full day tour of Tierra del Fuego National Park, including trekking and canoeing|
|Day 8||Fly to Mendoza|
|Day 9||Tour of Mendoza wineries|
|Day 10||Full day tour of the Andes Mountains|
|Day 11||Fly to Puerto Iguazu, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 12||Full day tour of Iguazu Falls|
|Day 13||Drive to the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls|
|Day 14||Fly to Buenos Aires, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 15||Head to your next destination|
If you’re wondering what to see in Argentina in 2 weeks, then this whirlwind tour is for you. After arriving in Buenos Aires, you’ll fly south to El Calafate to see Tierra del Fuego National Park. From there, you’ll fly to Mendoza, Argentina’s renowned wine region to tour some of the best wineries in the country. You’ll also have the opportunity to view the stunning Iguazu Falls from both the Argentinian and Brazilian borders. This tour wraps up back in Buenos Aires, where you’ll have one last night to say adios to this magnificent country. See more.
With 2 weeks in Argentina, you’ll have the chance to experience the country’s most iconic regions, landscapes, and sights. Whether you’re looking to indulge in mouth-watering cuisine or trek the snow-capped glaciers in the south, you can do it all. You can plan for a shorter, one-week trip to Argentina if you're in a crunch of time. However, we recommend at least a 10-day tour of the country to spend some time in major attractions. For a seasonal overview, check out our guide on the best time to visit Argentina.
If you are wondering what other durations you can work with, check out our guide on how long to spend in Argentina. To plan your own customized trip to Argentina, contact one of our Argentina travel experts today!