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Argentina stretches from the Tropic of Capricorn towards the tip of Antarctica, with everything from idyllic beaches and jungle to sapphire lakes and towering mountains. Not only is it one of the most geographically diverse countries, but it’s also a place where you can do everything from marvel at a vast colony of Magellanic penguins at Punta Tombo and the blue-tinged Perito Moreno Glacier to a horseback ride with a gaucho or a hike to the highest peaks of the Andes. The cities are impressive too, with lively Buenos Aires the perfect place to watch or even learn to dance the tango.

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The cities have plenty to offer, including lively Buenos Aires with its busy sidewalk cafes, gelato enjoyed with a backdrop of early 1900s stone facades, and strolls in the parks that will be blanketed with violet jacaranda in the spring. Mendoza, Salta, Cordoba, and Bariloche each have their own distinct personalities worth discovering.

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Why We Love Private Tours of Argentina



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We love private tours of Argentina as it’s one of the world’s most diverse countries, offering an array of adventures and excursions that can be led by local experts for the most authentic experiences possible.

We love to design private tours for our clients too, as we can enjoy one of the continent’s most cosmopolitan cities, watch the seductive tango dance and dine on some of the world’s tastiest cuts of meat, and then head to Mendoza wine country to savor delicious wines before exploring breathtakingly wild landscapes. 

Perhaps we’ll hike spectacular Andes trails, paddle a sapphire lake, and lounge on a beautiful beach. We might explore Bariloche with its Swiss-like atmosphere, including lots of mouthwatering chocolate and a fantastic artisanal gastronomic scene. The extreme south is an adventure lover’s paradise, with vast glaciers like Perito Moreno where large icebergs break off and plunge into the waters of Lago Argentino with a roar.

Best Places to go in Argentina

From world-class cities with thriving culinary scenes to world-renowned wine country, the dramatic Andes Peaks, sparkling lakes and waterfalls, and glistening glaciers, Argentina offers something for everyone. Whether you’re an outdoor adventure, a wine enthusiast, or a culture vulture, you’ll find it here.

  • Buenos Aires

    Buenos Aires

    A city like no other, the Argentine capital offers everything from the La Bombonera football stadium that hosts the famous Superclásico to numerous pedestrianized areas with endless shops, wine bars, cafes, and steakhouses.

  • Mendoza


    Nestled in the foothills of the Andes just east of Chile, Mendoza is Argentina’s main wine region with nearly 400,000 acres of vineyards and over 1,200 wineries for touring and tasting.

  • Bariloche 


    Located at the northwestern tip of Argentinian Patagonia, lakeside Bariloche is renowned for its Swiss-like atmosphere while surrounded by mountains, providing a wealth of outdoor activities from hiking and horseback riding to kayaking.

  • El Calafate

    El Calafate

    Nestled near the Southern Patagonia Ice Field, the small town of El Calafate is an ideal base for getting up close to Perito Moreno Glacier and enjoying a wealth of mountain adventures.

  • Iguazu Falls

    Iguazu Falls

    Iguazu Falls includes 275 falls on the Iguazu River, stretched along the Argentina and Brazil border over nearly 1.7 miles of rainforest-covered cliffs, making Niagara seem like the drip of a faucet.

When to visit Argentina

When to visit Argentina

The ideal time to visit Argentina largely depends on your preferred activities and the regions you plan to explore. For those looking to experience the vibrant culture of Buenos Aires and the wine regions of Mendoza, the spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May) months offer pleasant weather and fewer crowds. If your goal is to explore the stunning Patagonian landscapes, consider traveling during the Argentine summer (December to February) when hiking trails are more accessible, although this is also the peak tourist season. Conversely, visiting Patagonia in the shoulder seasons of spring and fall can provide a quieter and more affordable experience. For those interested in Argentina’s northwest and its desert landscapes, the best time is often during the dry season, which typically falls between May and September. Keep in mind that Argentina’s vast geography means that weather and climate can vary significantly from region to region, so it’s essential to plan your visit according to your specific interests and activities.

What to do in Argentina

Explore the diverse landscapes, vibrant culture, and rich history of Argentina with our guide to the best experiences and activities in this captivating Latin American destination.

  • Cape Horn, Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego

    City Delights in the Capital

    Spend time in Buenos Aires doing everything from exploring colorful La Boca with its waterside artists’ street to exploring the many pedestrianized areas with fashionable boutiques, shops, wine bars, cafes, and famous steakhouses. There is also a network of cerradas, which are closed-door underground eateries for enjoying unique and exclusive culinary experiences. 

  • Mendoza Wine Region

    Tasting and Touring in the Mendoza Wine Region

    Wine enthusiasts can enjoy tasting and touring in Mendoza, one of the world’s great wine capitals, tucked into the Andes foothills and overlooked by imposing Mount Aconcagua. More wine is produced here than anywhere else in South America, with over 1,200 wineries making high-quality whites and reds, including Malbec, its most characteristic variety.

  • Patagonia

    Adventure in Wild Patagonia

    Endless outdoor adventure and breathtaking scenery await in Patagonia at Argentina’s southern tip. Visitors can embark on epic hikes in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, take boat tours to get up close to a glistening glacier and explore Puerto Madryn to watch whales and see a half-million penguins in Punta Tombo Nature Reserve.

Your Argentina questions answered

What is the currency in Argentina?

The currency used in Argentina is the Argentine Peso (ARS).

Is it safe to travel to Argentina?

Argentina is generally safe for tourists. However, like in any country, it’s important to exercise common-sense precautions, such as avoiding displaying valuable items in public and being aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded areas.

What languages are spoken in Argentina?

The official language of Argentina is Spanish. English is also spoken in many tourist areas and hotels.

When is the best time to visit Argentina?

The best time to visit Argentina depends on your destination and preferences. Generally, spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May) offer pleasant weather and fewer crowds. However, the Argentine summer (December to February) is ideal for exploring Patagonia.

What is the voltage and plug type in Argentina?

The best time to visit Argentina depends on your destination and preferences. Generally, spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May) offer pleasant weather and fewer crowds. However, the Argentine summer (December to February) is ideal for exploring Patagonia.

What is the tipping etiquette in Argentina?

Tipping is customary in Argentina. In restaurants, it’s typical to leave a tip of around 10-15% of the bill. For other services like taxi drivers and tour guides, a small tip is appreciated.

Is tap water safe to drink in Argentina?

In most parts of Argentina, tap water is safe to drink. However, if you have concerns, bottled water is widely available.

What are some traditional Argentine dishes I should try?

Don’t miss out on trying traditional Argentine dishes like empanadas (savory pastries), asado (barbecue), milanesa (breaded and fried meat cutlets), and dulce de leche (caramelized milk).

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