Land of Tango and gauchos
Birthplace of tango and home of the gaúchos, Argentina will not cease to inspire you with its landscapes, its rich cultural identity and its warm and welcoming people. The vast variety of climates which span across different latitudes make for a unique contrast of scenery – from the tropical vegetation of Iguazu to the desert region of Salta or the spectacular Patagonian glaciers. Travel through Argentina, from North to South, combining local flights, buses, and/or drivers, with or without a guide. We can assemble an itinerary which best suits your travel interests and your budget.
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|Northwest Argentina is without a doubt one of the most beautiful areas in the country. This is a region of multicolored mountainscapes, impressive geological formations, well-preserved Andean villages and fascinating archeological sites, as well as fertile green valleys and a diverse wine country. Do not miss out on Salta, a beautiful colonial city which draws a link between Andean culture and Spanish Colonialism; the renowned Quebrada de Huamaca with its famous Seven Color Hill; the Cardones National Park with its giant cacti, or the ever-popular stops along the wine route: Cachi and Cafayate.
|Argentina inherited an ancient wine-making tradition from the Spanish, and is considered today the 5th wine producer in the world and the 1st in South America. The Mendoza area, where the largest amount of Argentinian wine is produced, is located in the Andes between 800 and 1200m above sea level. A perfect stopover for wine-lovers, where your experience will include visiting wine cellars and vineyards along with tasting local gastronomy and wine.
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|Travelers are immediately seduced by the city’s atmosphere, the tango, the cultural and architectural richness, as well as the conviviality of the Porteños. Discover the traditional Buenos Aires through the Recoleta district and its famous cemetery; the popular Bocca district and Caminito Street with its colorful houses and soccer stadium; the historical San Telmo district with its tango shows; historic cafés and lively streets, and all of the historical buildings, including the Colón Theatre, the Cabildo building, the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral, and many more.
|Eastern Argentina and its lush primary forest, is home to the impressive Iguazu Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This natural wonder lies on the border between Argentina and Brazil, where its 200 waterfalls, spread over an area of approximately 2.5 km, can be admired from the series of bridges built through this rainforest. The average flow of all the falls in Iguazu combined is about 6 million liters of water per second, and the highest of the waterfalls, Garganta del Diablo (meaning “the Devil’s Throat”), reaches approximately 80 meters high.
|At the foot of the Andes and on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi, the region of Bariloche is sometimes called the Switzerland of Argentina. This region offers magnificent landscapes and emerald-colored lakes, snow-capped mountains, pine forests, wooden chalets and ski resorts. An ideal stopover for lovers of wide open spaces or outdoor activities.
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