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With rugged, mountainous valleys, cold-water lakes, and steep glacier peaks, explore Argentina which is home to some of the most diverse landscapes on the planet. For those who wonder how many days to spend in Argentina, it is good to know that although 7 days in Argentina is barely enough to scratch the surface of this magnificent country, you can still catch its most famous sights and attractions. If you're looking for Argentina itineraries for 7 days, then you're in the right place — check out our recommendations for 6, 7, and 8-day trips here.
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|Day 1||Arrive in Ushuaia, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 2||Drive to Tierra del Fuego National Park, canoe ride down Lapataia River|
|Day 3||Sail through the Beagle Channel, visit Les Eclaireurs|
|Day 4||Fly to El Calafate, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 5||Drive to Perito Moreno Glacier, optional boat trip, or glacier hiking|
|Day 6||Head to your next destination|
This "End of the World" tour will take you to two of Argentina's most stunning cities. You'll start your journey in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. This charming port town is just a stone's throw away from Tierra del Fuego National Park, which is known for its incredibly diverse scenery. After spending a few days by the Beagle Channel, head up towards El Calafate, a land filled with giant, shifting glaciers. This trip is an excellent option for travelers who want to experience Argentina’s Patagonian wilderness. See tours.
Insider's Tip: If you visiting Ushuaia and sailing the Beagle Channel choose the tour to Isla Martillo to walk among Magellan penguins and see a rare type called the yellow-crested penguin, more easily found in Antarctica (from October to April) — Say Hueque Argentina & Chile Journeys
|Day 1||City tour of Buenos Aires and three-course lunch with winery|
|Day 2||Visit San Antonio de Areca, food, and cooking tour|
|Day 3||Gourmet cooking class, dinner, and tango show|
|Day 4||Fly to Mendoza for wine tasting and dinner|
|Day 5||Visit Clos de Los 7 Winery and enjoy lunch paired with winery|
|Day 6||Drive to Lujan de Cuyo for a wine tour, tasting and cooking class|
|Day 7||Drive to Casa El Enemigo and depart from Mendoza Airport|
On this mouth-watering food and wine tour, you’ll experience the best Argentinian cuisine and gastronomy. Your trip starts in Buenos Aires, where you’ll spend three days exploring the city’s best landmarks and restaurants. Visit a traditional market in San Antonio de Arecca, cook with a world-renowned Argentine chef, and even watch a live tango show. You’ll then head to Mendoza, the heart of Argentina’s wine country. Tour the cellars and sample exquisite wines from some of Argentina’s best wineries. You’ll also have the chance to enhance your skills with a fun and engaging cooking class at Susana Balbo’s Winery. If you’re looking to satisfy your appetite for Argentinian culture and food, then this tour is for you. Describe your ideal 7-day Argentine tour for a customized itinerary.
|Day 1||Free afternoon in Buenos Aires with optional activities|
|Day 2||Half-day Buenos Aires tour and tango show in the evening|
|Day 3||Fly to El Calafate, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 4||Full-day Perito Moreno Glacier tour|
|Day 5||Flay to Puerto Iguazu, a free day for hiking or sanctuary visits|
|Day 6||Drive to Iguazu Falls and witness the falls|
|Day 7||Drive to the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls for another viewing. Fly back to Buenos Aires.|
|Day 8||Free day in Buenos Aires, head to your next destination|
If you want to experience Argentina's natural beauty but also experience its vibrant city life, then this tour is for you. Start in Argentina's bustling capital, Buenos Aires, where you'll get to watch the tradition of tango dancing. Next, you'll make your way to El Calafate to see the famous glaciers. Your next flight will take you away from the freezing weather to the lush jungle of Puerto Iguazú. After a few days of visiting the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of Iguazú Falls, you'll head back to Buenos Aires to finish up your amazing adventure. See tours.
Insiders Tip: Take a guided bike tour to explore the North or the South neighborhoods of the city. La Boca and the famous Caminito passage is part of the southern experience, while Recoleta and its famous cimetiere is on the north side.
|Day 1||Free afternoon in El Calafate for optional activities|
|Day 2||Drive to El Chalten to start your two-night, three-day hiking tour|
|Day 3||Hike to Laguna de los Tres National Park|
|Day 4||Hike to Cerro Torre trail, return to El Chalten|
|Day 5||Day hike tour of Loma del Pliegue Tumbado|
|Day 6||Drive to El Calafate, free afternoon for optional activities|
|Day 7||Drive to Perito Moreno Glacier, optional glacier tours and activities available|
|Day 8||Head to your next destination|
Outdoor enthusiasts will love this Patagonia trekking tour in Argentina. Starting in El Calafate, you'll soon make your way to El Chalten for a two-night, three-day hiking tour of Mount Fitz Roy. During your journey, you'll stop by Laguna de Los Tres National Park and Laguna Torre Lake. The steep granite peaks and cobalt blue lakes make the perfect backdrop for your trekking experience. The trip ends back in El Calafate, where you'll have the opportunity to visit the continuously shifting ice blocks in Perito Moreno Glacier. This tour is the perfect option for adventurous travelers who want to see several of Argentina's most stunning landscapes.