Luxury Volunteer Vacation in Argentina
Experience a luxury family volunteer vacation in Argentina. Few countries have such diversity, from the glaciers of Patagonia to the pampas, and jungle around Iguassu Falls. Buenos Aires is a fascinating city, and Mendoza is the perfect base for exploring the vineyards and sampling superb malbecs.
You can make a difference creating solar water heaters out of recycled soda bottles for families without hot water – so innovative!
So many highlights! Witness glacier ice calving into the sea. Take a bike ride through Buenos Aires – arguably South America’s most beautiful city. Sample wines in Mendoza, explore the lakes of Bariloche (ski there in winter), take the ‘train to the clouds’ in Salta, and be in awe of Iguassu Falls. You can even head to Antarctica!
Argentina is embracing sustainability, and the number of eco-luxe options are increasing; some of our favorites are:
Eco-Domes in Patagonia, Llao Llao in Bariloche, Los Cauquenes in Tierra del Fuego, Rosell Boher Lodge and Casa de Uco in Mendoza, and the sublime Awasi in Iguassu Falls.
You can make a lasting difference in the lives of a family with an incredibly innovative project that your family will love: creating solar powered heating out of used soda bottles and cans, thus providing a family with hot water who otherwise could not afford it.
Painting and school renovations are also on offer, near Buenos Aires.
Suggested Argentina Trip Itinerary
Example Price: US$7,885 per person for a family of four (low season)
This luxury adventure enables you to bond as a family by creating solar heating out of recycled bottles for a low-income family, plus you get to explore some of the highlights of this spectacular country.
- Creating solar heating out of recycled bottles so a family can have hot water – awesome family bonding and meaningful interaction
- Guided tours led by low-income young people trained as tour guides
- Cycle tour through Buenos Aires
- Superb steaks and Malbec wine
- The awesome Iguassu Falls
- The enchanting rainforest and jungle
- Luxury accommodation throughout
- Private transfers
- Expert local guides
- Meals as specified
- Volunteering costs
Note: Price excludes international flights
Sample Day by Day
(From $7,885 per person)
Note: This is a sample itinerary only, and we delight in crafting unique itineraries to meet your family's exact requirements
Highlights of a Luxury Family Volunteer Vacation in Argentina
Given its size, Argentina hosts a dazzling array of things to see and do: put on crampons and hike on a glacier, spot whales, seals, penguins, hike incredible mountains, shop for antiques in Buenos Aires’ San Telmo, or take a full moon walk around Iguassu Falls – to name just a few!
Hotels and lodges shown here are examples of what we call “eco-luxury”, meaning you minimize any environmental impact whilst retaining your creature comforts. Argentina has a growing number of fabulous eco-luxury properties; some of our favorites are: Eco-Domes in Patagonia, Llao Llao in Bariloche, Los Cauquenes in Tierra del Fuego, Rosell Boher Lodge and Casa de Uco in Mendoza, and the sublime Awasi in Iguassu Falls..
How to help in Argentina
On your luxury family volunteer vacation in Argentina, you can provide hot water for a family by creating solar heating out of recycled soda bottles and cans – an amazing innovation!
Alternatively, or in addition, you can help renovate a low-income school just outside Buenos Aires.
With both projects, you and your family will experience meaningful interaction and engagement with the locals.
Creating a solar hot water heating system for a low-income family is not only brilliantly creative, it also markedly improves the lives of the family.
This is the ultimate “two birds with one stone”: communities get an innovative way to make up for the absence of an electrical grid, and it instills citizens with recycling practices that protect and enhance the surrounding environment.
Note – this is one popular example of how you can help in Argentina, and we delight in crafting trips to your exact preferences.