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DISCOVER VERSATILE ARGENTINA

Argentina Travel

Argentina is colourful, cheerful and has something to offer everyone! It covers nearly half of South America and is one of the largest countries in the world. The west is characterised by the overwhelming Andes mountain range, on the border with Chile. The north is partially subtropical with rainforests and waterfalls but also boasts rough landscapes with cactus fields, rough red maintain ranges and coloured mineral mountains! The east and central part of the country are covered by pampas, with endless meadows and Gauchos. And the south includes Patagonia, with its glaciers, lakes, barren steppes and enormous mountains.

Where do you start your trip in such an enormous land? Naturally, that depends on your wishes. Do you want to be overwhelmed by untamed nature or do you prefer lively cities; a combination is also possible!

Emerge yourself in the metropolis of Buenos Aires and admire Evita or the colourful district of Palermo with cute boutiques, terraces and delicious steaks. Or see the tango dancers dance through the streets in San Telmo. You can also explore the city by bike. Travel to the waterfalls that form the natural border between Brazil and Argentina (Iguaçu). Are you open to even more forces of nature? From the most southern city in the world of Ushuaia, it’s possible to make cruises to Antarctica, an you can also make amazing hikes to World’s end. Should you feel like experiencing some more culture after all this greenery? There’s plenty to do in a city trip as well. Mendoza, for example. This is the wine city of Argentina, with the famous Malbec. Bariloche is also worth visiting, Awarded by National Geographic as the best lake district. It’s a great place for horse riding, mountain biking and hiking.

A few of the possibilities

Humahuaca

Andes hikes

Perito moreno

Street art walk Buenos Aires

Iguazu falls

Wild wild west

Wineries

Gauchos

Fitzroy mountain

Tango in Buenos Aires

Sail past the largest glaciers in the world, like the Perito Moreno or experience the colourful street art and Latino vibes in Buenos Aires. Walk through the amazing Andes or gallop with a gaucho across the green tundra. Visit authentic vineyards in Mendoza and dine on the largest steaks. Up for adventure? The landscape around Salta is characterised by rough rock formations, cactuses and coloured mineral mountains, which can be discovered with a tour or on your own by motorcycle or car.

Practical information

  • The seasons are opposite to those in the Netherlands. Due to the vast expanse of the country, Argentina has many climates, varying from very humid and warm in the subtropical north to rain and wind in the far south.
  • Most commonly spoken language is Spanish.
  • You pay using the Argentinian Peso.

Some examples of trips for inspiration, can be completely customised to your wishes.

Argentina can also be combined with Chile or Bolivia

Reviews

“Nature is so beautiful. These ‘7 colour mountains’ are so impressive in real life! A highlight during the ‘Cafayate tour’ in Salta.”

Travel lover from Amsterdam
-Travelled through Argentina, Chile and Bolivia

“Wow, what an amazing landscape we came across during the ‘Humahuaca tour’ in Salta.”

Travel lover from Amsterdam
-Travelled through Argentina, Chile and Bolivia

“Buenos Aires, a valhalla of great restaurants. Why not check out a ‘closed door restaurant’, eating in a special setting like this antique shop. There is a first time for everything!”

Travel lover from Amsterdam
-Travelled through Argentina, Chile and Bolivia

“The No.1 thing to do in Iguazu is a boat ride past the falls. You’ll definitely get wet and the feeling you’ve ended up spinning in a washing machine! After that, I was happy to get back on land!”

Travel lover from Amsterdam
-Travelled through Argentina, Chile and Bolivia

“There it is, the Mendoza Malbec wine! Great to cycle through the wine region with ‘sip stops’ at nice wineries. Easy for Dutch people, a challenge for many others.”

Travel lover from Amsterdam
-Travelled through Argentina, Chile and Bolivia