"Argentina never fails to impress, whether you come for the natural wonders, the fantastic culture, or the fine steak and wine."
Learn about the art of the Tango in Buenos Aires
Dive into the culture of the country on our Argentina escorted tours, and learn about the Tango at a traditional milonga in Buenos Aires, the birthplace of Tango. You’ll also join a local family in Palermo Soho and enjoy a traditional homemade dinner, before watching the family perform the elegant Tango dance.
See the stunning Iguazu Falls
The Iguazu Falls are the largest waterfall system in the world, and a phenomenal feat of nature. They span both Argentina and Brazil and on the Argentinian side, we’ll take you on an eco-train through the jungle to see the cascading waters. We’ll also show you the crown jewel of Iguazu, the churning Devil’s Throat.
Take in epic mountain views in Bariloche
Known as the ‘Switzerland of South America’, Bariloche is Argentina’s mountainous outdoor playground. Set in the beautiful Nahuel Huapi National Park, you’ll be surrounded by towering mountains, dense forests, sunny beaches and glacial lakes. We’ll take you up the Campanario Hill chairlift for panoramic views of the peaks of Catedral and Tronador.
See penguins in Ushuaia
We’ll take you on a journey to Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. It’s filled with massive glaciers, snow-capped mountains, dazzling lakes, tumbling waterfalls and incredible wildlife. Take a cruise across Ushuaia Bay to Martillo Island to spot colonies of the gorgeous Magellanic penguin, along with sea lions, steamer ducks and albatross.
Discover the magnificent Perito Moreno Glacier
Discover the Perito Moreno Glacier in the UNESCO-listed Los Glaciares National Park. It’s one of the largest glaciers in Patagonia’s Southern Ice Field, covering 259 square kilometers. You’ll see the glittering arctic blue of the glacier and even witness chunks of ice plunging into the milky waters below.
Our top 5 things to do in Argentina
Our Argentina travel packages show you the best of the country, from the mighty Iguazu Falls and the mountains of Bariloche, to the penguins of Ushuaia and the Patagonian glaciers.
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Housed in a beautiful old building, the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes contains the largest collection of art in Latin America, dating from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. The museum was originally built in Paris and moved to Buenos Aires in the early 1900s.
Set in a striking contemporary building, the Latin American Art Museum of Buenos Aires (MALBA) displays artwork from some of the most iconic Latin artists. Wander the halls to see works from Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, Joaquín Torres-García and Roberto Matto.
Francisco Moreno Museum of Patagonia
Located in Bariloche, the Francisco Moreno Museum of Patagonia showcases the natural and cultural history of Argentinian Patagonia. You’ll learn about the flora and fauna of these lands, as well as discovering the history of the region’s native people including the Mapuches, Tehuelches and Pehuenches.
Best museums in Argentina
Our Argentina group tours take you to the top museums in the country, from the largest art collection in Latin America to the history of Argentinian Patagonia.
From the grilled beef found in traditional asados (barbecues) in backyards and street corners, to the prime beef cuts found in steakhouses all over the country, the art of steak has been perfected in Argentina. Pair with fresh salad and red wine for a sumptuous Argentinian meal.
There are nearly 30,000 vineyards in Argentina, and Malbec is one of the most-loved varieties. With its dark color and intense fruit flavor, Malbec is the classic red wine to pair with any dish, from pizza and pasta, to the traditional Argentinian asado.
Dulce de leche
Dulce de leche is one of the most delicious desserts in Argentina, made from slowly reduced condensed milk that has turned into a sweet thick caramel. You’ll want to stock up on a few jars of this treat to share back home.
Best food in Argentina
Join our escorted tours in Argentina and experience the tantalizing cuisine of the country, from world-class steak to the finest Malbec wines.
What to pack for Argentina
Although there is no written dress code, you may want to dress up for a tango show or a night at the Teatro Colón, one of the world’s best opera houses.
Wind and waterproof coat
Patagonia is famed for its chilly climate and strong winds, so you’ll need to pack a sturdy coat, scarf, hat and gloves to stay warm.
Argentina has a myriad of terrains and you’ll need shoes that can take you dancing across a tango hall, and hiking through rugged mountain trails.
In Argentina, the standard voltage is 120 V and the power plugs and sockets are of type C and I. The standard frequency is 50 Hz.
The sun is extremely strong in Argentina, and you’ll need sunglasses (and sunscreen) to protect yourself, even in winter when the gleaming snow can be blinding.