Why choose Argentina?
Welcome to the end of the world! Argentina waits for you all year to show you and delight you with its variety of landscapes, weather and incredible places, but above all the most important value in its culture: it’s warm and friendly people which will have a great impact on your travel experience.
From La Quiaca (northernmost point of Argentina) to Antarctica (south), from the Atlantic (east) to the Andes (west), Argentina awaits you to become the writer of your most wonderful travel experiences. Welcome to Argentina!
Cataratas del Iguazú (Iguazú falls)
Visiting the Iguazú Falls should be included in all travel lists to Argentina. Located in Misiones province, on the border between Argentina and Brazil, the landscape will leave you speechless. The name Iguazú derives from two words of Guarani origin and means “big water”.
Glaciar Perito Moreno (Perito Moreno Glacier)
One of the world’s largest freshwater reserves and considered the eighth wonder of the world, Perito Moreno is the most famous of the 45 glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park. Here you can be part of a landscape of absolute peace that was completely blessed by Mother Nature.
Península Valdés (Valdés Peninsula)
If you love wildlife and seeing animals in their own habitat, this is the right place for you. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean side of Patagonia, Valdés Peninsula is a protected natural area located in the province of Chubut. The Peninsula is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and hosts some of the most important population of southern right whales due to its calm waters which make it the ideal place for the birth of calves. So, whale watching is possible between July and November approximately, departing from Puerto Pirámides, a small town an hour away from Puerto Madryn.
Ushuaia: The End of the World
One of the places of great beauty is the Tierra del Fuego National Park. The views are unequaled: vegetation, sea, mountains. It is common to see ducks, foxes, beavers, woodpeckers and albatrosses. Another way to explore a small part of the park is with the famous “Tren de Fin del Mundo” (End of the World Train). The last station of the itinerary is located inside the National Park.
Acting as a cultural bridge between Europe and South America, Buenos Aires is unforgettable. Food is superb, shopping goes from world-famous designers to street vendors, and people are so friendly that you will feel like a local after a few days in. Come visit and you will quickly understand why so many travelers are setting foot in this incredible city.
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Planning a trip to Cuyo Region?
A trip to the heart of the Andes: we invite you to discover the land of Malbec in a unique way.
Cuyo is one of the most fascinating regions in Argentina: the variety of landscapes range from the highest peak on Earth outside of The Himalayas in the heart of the Andes Mountains to the Sierras Pampeanas, going through deserts and natural paradises that will make you feel a strong connection with nature. Mendoza Province is the prime destination, but traveling through these three provinces we will discover that the tourist posibilities in Cuyo Region are not limited to the quality of its wines.
Cuyo Region comprises the largest wine production in Argentina, being Mendoza Province where the majority and most well-known wineries are located.
For this reason, one of the main tourist activities in Mendoza is the “wine route”, in which visitors can enjoy through guided tours and wine tasting an experience that range from small boutique wineries to others with the highest sales volume in the country, in which Malbec is the most looked after varietal. The high quality of the wine, thanks to the dry and sunny weather, and its affordable price makes Mendoza a favourite destination among foreign tourists.
In addition to wine tours, the mountain landscape is another tourist magnet of the province. The “Circuito de Alta Montaña” (High Mountain Circuit) is a full day tour that takes visitors to the foot of the Andes Mountains, passing by the Aconcagua National Park, in which the highest peak outside of The Himalayas is located (6960 m.), and reaching the border with Chile by the end of the circuit. The Aconcagua National Park offers a variety of mountaineering and trekking circuits, even for those not interested in making the summit.
Even though the majority of international tourism that arrives to Cuyo only visit Mendoza Province, those who spend a longer time in the region and also travel to San Juan are greeted by natural wonders like Ischigualasto Provincial Park.
Also known as the “Moon Valley”, this vast area was declared UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site for its paleontological and geological importance. A visit to this park is often combined with a trip to the neighbouring Talampaya National Park in La Rioja Province. If having the opportunity, a full moon tour in Ischigualasto is a magical experience.
For those who want to get off the beaten track and experience the serenity of the Argentinean countryside, San Luis Province is an ideal place. Sierra de las Quijadas National Park is nicknamed “The Little Colorado Canyon” for its reddish cliffs, ledges and terraces that form a huge natural amphitheater. As well as being a haven for local fauna and a place of striking natural beauty, this park, like Ischigualasto, helds great significance for the dinosaur fossils founded.
The North-West of Argentina, known as NOA, is a fascinating region that combines amazing landscapes such as mountains of different colors and salt flats with rich traditions thanks to the strong influence of the native communities living there. These are the places you cannot miss when visiting this destination.
In this province you cannot miss visiting the amazing “Quebrada de Humahuaca”, a multicolored mountainous valley declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site that has an extension of 100 miles.
One of the most famous places in this area is Purmamarca that has the breathtaking Seven-Colors Mountain and a vibrant artisan market. From this town you can visit the beautiful “Salinas Grandes”, the third largest salt flats in the world. In the “quebrada” (ravine) you should also visit Tilcara that has a very interesting archeological site called the “Pucará de Tilcara” and Humahuaca from where you can visit the Fourteen-Colors Hill known as Hornocal, Argentina's rainbow mountain.
The city of Salta, known as Salta “La Linda” (The Beautiful), is the perfect gateway to discovering this area. It has amazing colonial and religious architecture that date back to the XVIII century when Argentina was part of the Spanish colony and a fascinating archeological museum (MAAM) where you can see Inca mummies, as before the Spaniards got to this region, it was part of the Inca empire. Another place that you must see is Cafayate that is well-known for its high-altitude vineyards of Torrontés, a fruity white wine that is unique from Argentina. In the province of Salta, you can also take the incredible Train to the Clouds, one of the highest trains in the world, from the town of San Antonio de los Cobres.
An alternative way for visiting this region is following the route 40 southbound from Salta to Mendoza (Cuyo region) covering almost 800 miles. With this tour you visit Salta and the less touristy provinces of Tucumán, Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan before arriving in Mendoza. Starting from the city of Salta, you can visit wineries in Cafayate, the historical ruins of Quilmes in Tucumán, the unique Inca settlement called Ruinas del Shincal in Catamarca and the amazing canyon of Talampaya National Park in La Rioja together with the neighboring Argentine moon valley Ischigualasto in San Juan.
Besides the amazing landscapes that the NOA offers, what makes this region so unique are its living traditions as there are a lot of native communites that keep their rituals alive. From festivities such as the “Pachamama” (Mother Earth) day and the carnival in the Quebrada de Humahuaca to the handicrafts, folk and andean music, and traditional cuisine that make the NOA so vibrant and special.
If you are coming to Argentina, don't miss the opportunity of discovering the magical North-West of the country with its stunning colorful landscapes and rich traditions.
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