Romantic and passionate, Argentina is a land of sensuous pleasures, from the tango halls and football stadiums of Buenos Aires to the plains where the gauchos roam and the spectacular force of the Iguazu Falls. Mendoza is mecca for wine lovers, while the peaks of the Andes, the Lake District, Tierra del Fuego, and the glaciers of Calafate add to the spectacle and create enduring memories.
Ways you can help
- Bucolic, buzzing Buenos Aires
- Glorious glaciers in Calafate
- Luscious lakes in Patagonia
- Wonderful waterfalls in Iguazu
- Enchanting estancias and gorgeous gauchos
- Wicked wines in Mendoza
- Breathtaking beauty in Salta and Jujuy
The price for a 1 day trip to Argentina costs from per person, staying in 5* luxury accommodation. Flights are excluded, but we can arrange these for you.
Puerto Valle - Corrientes
Estancia Puerto Valle was established in 1868 by an Italian sailor Bernadino Valle. He bought the land from the provincial government and developed his cattle-raising...
Rio hermoso - Bariloche and the Lake District
Rio Hermoso hotel is situated in the Lanín National Park on the banks of the river Rio Hermoso, amidst calming native woods. Unique views, aromas...
Estancia Puema Hue - Bariloche and the Lake District
Estancia Puema Hue
In the native Mapuche language Estancia Puema Hue is “the place of dreams”. It’s a charming Eco-lodge nestled within the grounds of Nahuel Huapi National...
Did you know
- The name Argentina comes from the Latin word for sliver ‘argentum’
- By land area Argentina is the 2nd largest country in South America and the 8th largest country in the world
- Spanish is the official language of Argentina but there are many other languages spoken throughout the country
- Argentina shares a land border with 5 countries including Chile, Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia and Paraguay
- Argentina borders the Andes mountain range to the west, the highest point is Mount Aconcagua 6,962 m (22,841 ft) located in the Mendoza province
- Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world
- The Latin dance and music called the Tango began in Buenos Aires
- Argentina has three Nobel Prize recipients in the Sciences, Bernardo Houssay, Cesar Milstein and Luis Leloir.
- Argentine beef is famous around the world and Asado (an Argentine barbecue) is very popular in the country which has the highest consumption of red meat in the world
- The most popular sport in Argentina is football (soccer), the Argentine national team has won the football World Cup twice in 1978 and 1986
- The national sport of Argentina is Pato: a game played on horseback. It takes aspects from polo and basketball. The word Pato is Spanish for ‘duck’ as early games used a live duck inside a basket instead of a ball
- Basketball, Polo, rugby, golf and field hockey are also popular sports in the country
- There are over 30 national parks in Argentina
"For such a large country, I don't know many people who have visited, so I was so pleased I found you, and you could give such great advice and prepare such a fabulous itinerary for us! The hotels you proposed were all perfect: so charming, and sooo luxurious! The restaurants were superb, and the cooking class on meat preparation has equipped me to try and replicate the delights back home. We only had 10 days, so there is plenty left to see - I will be in touch soon to plan our next trip!"
Nigella, traveled to Argentina with her family, from the UK