Things to do in Argentina
Holidays to Argentina can include a diverse range of incredible experiences and things to do. We tailor-make your trip to include the things you’re most interested in, be that the stunning landscapes, trekking, riding with gauchos, city life and culture, wine-tasting . . .
9 days from £3450pp plus international flights.
Three contrasting destinations, each outstanding, expert guides, specially selected hotels and time for independent exploration all in nine amazing days.
- Explore vibrant Buenos Aires with your own guide
- Optional dinner and tango excursion
- See the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier
- Thrill to the sight of the Devil's Throat at Iguazu Falls
- Guided rainforest hikes
Places to go in Argentina
Read about the highlights of this incredible country in our short summary guides to the main places to go.View more
Dramatic, austere yet beautiful with snowy mountains, iceberg-strewn lakes and enormous glaciers, Patagonia cannot fail to impress.
The sight, sound and sheer force of Iguazu Falls coupled with the flora and fauna of the nearby rainforest make this a prime attraction.
Mendoza & the Winelands
The colonial city of Mendoza is in the picturesque Andes foothills surrounded by the verdant and productive Winelands.
Bariloche & the Lake District
The Lake District is a beautiful region ideal for nature lovers who can walk, cycle, horse ride, kayak and even ski to enjoy it to the full.
Places we love to stay in Argentina
Here you’ll find a small collection of our favourite places to stay in Argentina, though as an independent tour operator specialising in tailor-made holidays, we actually sell a much wider choice of Argentinian properties than we show.View more
Facts and information
Flight time approximately 14 hours from London to Buenos Aires on a direct flight, and around 16 hours via Europe.
Spanish is the official language, with English, French and Italian also widely spoken
GMT – 3 hours
Visas – not required for British nationals for stays of up to 90 days
No vaccinations are compulsory but due to a yellow fever outbreak in Brazil in 2017 country certificate requirements may change at short notice
Read more in our Tribes blog
The Tribes blog brings you regular articles written by our specialists, travellers or partners and conservationists in our destinations. We have a big collection of articles now, so have a mooch to find some interesting short reads.Explore more
Argentina – away from the city
After eight years sailing the seven seas, there are only a few coastal regions of the world I haven’t visited, although escaping into the interiors of countries has eluded me.