The cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires never fails to impress with stunning architecture, world-class cuisine, vibrant street art and sensual tango shows, but Argentina has much to offer outside Buenos Aires.
The North-western region contains much of the country’s indigenous culture, immersed in a landscape of deep gorges, fertile valleys and Wild West frontier towns. The Northeast is home to one of Argentina’s most spectacular natural attractions- Iguazú Falls and Ibera Marshlands while wine buffs and food lovers should not miss the lovely region of Mendoza. Patagonia offers some of the most stunning and remote landscapes on earth.
Experience the tranquil beauty of Bariloche’s mountains and lakes; the dramatic peaks and glaciers of El Calafate and El Chalten, and the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, located on the Beagle Channel in rugged Tierra del Fuego.
– Buenos Aires is fabulous all year round but can be quite hot and humid mid-summer.
– The north-west is best visited in the drier months from March to November.
– The Andean Lakes district is best from October to May; the colourful autumn months of March and April are particularly picturesque.
– IguazuFalls are spectacular all year round but are perhaps best enjoyed in the cooler, drier months of March, April, August and September. Water levels are generally at their highest from January to March.
– North-west Argentina offers a striking landscape of sweeping Andean plains, deep gorges and fertile valleys. Don’t miss some of the country’s best-preserved colonial architecture in Salta and Tucuman.
– The immense rock formations and deep red earth of Talampaya National Park are strangely reminiscent of Central Australia.
– Wildlife enthusiasts should head for Ibera Wetlands, the second largest in South America, where you can find capybara, giant anteater and maybe even the elusive jaguar.
– Discover the legacy of the Jesuits in Argentina at the second largest city in Argentina. Follow the steps of the religious circuit of Cordoba and let us help you discover all its hidden treasures.