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ARGENTINE WELLNESS

Rejuvenate your mind and body in the serene beauty of Argentina, beginning with the enchanting parks and vibrant nightlife of Buenos Aires, including bike tours and tango evenings. Continue your journey to the tranquil landscapes of Bariloche’s Estancia Peuma Hue and the serene Villa la Angostura’s Las Balsas resort, culminating with a relaxing stay at Estancia la Bandada, offering the perfect blend of nature, wellness, and cultural exploration.

THE PERFECT PAIRING

Savor the vibrant essence of Argentina as you start your journey in the lively streets of Buenos Aires, brimming with rich culture and tantalizing cuisine. Then, venture to the picturesque vineyards of Mendoza, where you’ll indulge in exquisite wine tastings and gourmet delights, immersing yourself in the heart of Argentina’s renowned wine country.

ANDEAN SPLEANDOR

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture of Santiago, savoring wine in Casablanca Valley and exploring the artistic streets of Valparaiso. Discover the surreal landscapes of San Pedro de Atacama, then venture into Argentina to marvel at Purmamarca’s colorful hills, enjoy Salta’s colonial charm, and taste world-class wines in Colome and Cafayate. Conclude your adventure in Buenos Aires, where tango rhythms and rich history await.

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ARGENTINA FAMILY ADVENTURE

Share the wonders of the world with your kids on this unforgettable family adventure in Argentina, starting with the vibrant streets and parks of Buenos Aires, where you’ll enjoy engaging city tours and bike rides. Journey to El Calafate to explore the stunning glaciers and experience the breathtaking beauty of Patagonia. Conclude your trip with a visit to the awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, witnessing the majestic cascades from both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides, creating magical moments for the whole family.

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Family

Food & Wine

Wellness

Culture

Adventure

Nature

Self-guided

Buenos Aires

Beautiful Buenos Aires is a city of wide boulevards and architectural grandeur that’s been strongly influenced by the European culture of many of its people. Catch some of the locals, called porteños (people of the port) — do the tango in the neighborhoods of San Telmo, Recoleto or Palermo—or better yet, take a lesson and join in the fun. Take a tour or enjoy a concert in the stunning Teatro Colon—one of the finest opera houses in the world.

Patagonia

Immense, open and desolate, Argentina’s southern-most region is ruled by nature, and you are its guest. In the Lake District you’ll discover villages at the base of snow-covered peaks and at the edge of cobalt-colored lakes. In southern Patagonia near the town of Calafate there’s world-class hiking and camping in the Fitz Roy Range, and be sure to visit the Parque Nacional de Los Glaciares to see the advancing and continuously calving Perito Moreno Glacier.

Iguazu Falls

The border between Argentina and Brazil is one of the natural wonders of the world. Iguazu Falls’ 275 individual drops cascade down through subtropical forests and can be visited from both sides. A number of cat walks on the Argentinian side allow visitors to get an up-close view of the falls—with an incredible top-down view of the gushing Devil’s Throat. For those wanting a longer stay, the nearby Ibera wetlands are a paradise for viewing flora and fauna.

Salta

Founded in 1582, the colonial city of Salta lies in a peak-ringed basin and is the gateway for exploring Northwestern Argentina. Enjoy a meal at one of the city’s plaza-side cafes and visit the excellent Museum of High Altitude Archeology. Take the gondola to Cerro San Bernardo for a panoramic view of the city and beyond, or take the ‘train to the clouds’—a day trip to the high Andean plateau.

Mendoza

Mendoza is one of the nine great wine areas in the world that is renown for the quantity and quality of wines it produces. Although the natural landscape is high and dry, snow melt from the mountains feeds the vineyards. The city of Mendoza is similarly irrigated and has fountains in every plaza. Pedestrian bridges cross water channels lining most streets, creating a wonderful ambiance. Stay in Mendoza or on one of the many wine estates from where you can visit the wineries by bicycle.

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