Salta

Salta

Salta’s attractive colonial architecture effortlessly lives up to its nickname, La Linda, meaning ‘the beautiful’ in Spanish. It’s without a doubt one of the most well-preserved colonial cities in Argentina and the perfect base to visit the rest of northwest...
Ushuaia

Ushuaia

Ushuaia is the last point of civilization before the frozen stretches of Antarctica take hold. An attractive and colorful coastal town, you’ll be spoiled by its surrounding beautiful landscapes and the vast National Parks of Southern Patagonia. Discover...
Peninsula Valdes

Peninsula Valdes

Peninsula Valdes juts out from Patagonia’s Atlantic Coast providing a haven for a host of marine wildlife and birdlife. Spot sea lions, dolphins, penguins and between September and December, the impressive Southern Right Whale. Keep on reading…
Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

Named one of the New 7 Wonders of the World, Iguazu hosts over 250 separate falls thundering down from heights of up to 269ft. (82m), a truly inspiring experience. These giant falls can be enjoyed from both sides of the Argentina and Brazil border. Read more…
Patagonia Glacier National Park

Patagonia Glacier National Park

This UNESCO World Heritage Site has some of the region’s most dramatic scenery. Embark on a boat trip passing shimmering icebergs or, hike across the mighty Perito Moreno Glacier in South America’s kingdom of ice and glaciers! Find out more…
Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Argentina’s cultured capital, is many people’s favorite city in Latin America. With its thriving arts and music scene, feisty Latin character, fascinating history and, stunning architecture; the city is filled with a rich past and an equally as captivating present....