From humid and lush jungles to dry and arid deserts, Argentina seems to have stepped out right out of a geography book with fistfuls of excitement and adventure. Argentina takes pride in its rich historical, architectural, and artistic heritage, and boasts of fancy and colorful neighborhoods like La Boca, and elegant districts like Buenos Aires and Palermo. Drink in the view of the majestic Iguazu Falls, go trekking at Perito Moreno Glacier, and travel to the end of the world at Patagonia.

Must Do Adventure

  • The Argentina Tour will never feel complete without an excursion of the gigantic and thunderous Iguazu Falls, which is one of the seven wonders of nature. Stretching across 3km at the Argentina-Brazil border, the cascades of the Iguazu Falls make for a memorable view. Visit the Iguazu Falls Nationa Park and check out the Devil’s Gorge too.

    Iguazu Falls
  • The Perito Moreno Glacier towers high above the turquoise blue glacial waters of Los Glaciares National Park of Patagonia. The vast ice sheet gleams in white and blue and exudes and electrifying intensity of color. Go trekking on the Glacier in the El Calafate village of Patagonia.

    Ice trekking at Perito Moreno Glacier
  • Be an audience to the most spectacular carnival of the world, the famous Argentinian Tango Festival, the annual dance competition, and fiesta, in which hundreds of expert dancers participate and the battle for recognition. Strap on your dancing shoes too or behold the magic of footwork at the Festival.

    Argentina Tango Festival

Bucket List Experience

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Buenos Aires

The elegant and bustling ambiance of Buenos Aires speaks volumes of the essence of Argentina. Check out the splendid and ancient colonial buildings at Plaza De Mayo and Casa Rosada and examine the extensive collections of art at The Recoleta Cemetery and Museums. Fall in love with the vibrant brilliance of the Caminito Street Museum at La Boca and visit San Telmo and the National Historical Museum too. Make your way to the beautiful Metropolitan Cathedral overlooking Plaza De Mayo and savor Argentinian art and culture at A City Of Theaters: The Colon Theater.

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Mendoza is the perfect destination for backpackers, families, couples, and solo travelers. Hike to the summit of Mount Aconcagua to catch a glimpse of the breathtaking Andean sunset and then sample the delicious wines at Bodegas Salentein. Visit the ancient wineries at Bodega Benegas and savor the finely crafted wines at Bodega Traipche. Take a bike tour of the beautiful vineyards of Mendoza and satiate your love for a thrill with whitewater rafting on the choppy currents of the Mendoza River.

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Puerto Madryn- Whale watching

The southern right whale watching show is the most magical experience ever. Get up close and personal with the gigantic whales at the small town Puerto Madryn on the Argentina Tour. Get close to the fantastic whales at Peninsula Valdez. You can even walk along the shoreline during the peak season to catch a glimpse of whale mothers and their cute whale calves, only twenty feet away in the waters.

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Ushuaia- End of the world

The city at the end of the world, of the Ushuaia, is the most beautiful destinations of Argentina, with picturesque landscapes, and more. Make a trip to Tierra Del Fuego, by crossing the Beagle Channel in a beautiful sailboat. Watch out for sea lions and exotic birds during the sailing cruise. Take in the stunning views of the lighthouse at the end of the world. The lighthouse, Les Eclaireurs, looks right out of fairyland and features in most postcards and souvenirs.

El-Calafate---petagonia | Bucket List Group Travel

El Calafate- Patagonia

The quaint town El Calafate, situated at the edge of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in Santa Cruz, is the gateway to the marvelous Los Glaciares National Park. The national park is the home of the world-famous and enormous Perito Moreno Glacier, whose glittering landscape of ice shifts and slides, making it an ideal destination for adventure-seekers and advanced hikers. The mammoth sheet of ice sprawls across 30kim and is the third-largest freshwater reserve in the globe. Watch out for the electrifying change in intensity of whites and blues at the Park.

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Mar Del Plata

Mar Del Plata is the most exotic beach holiday destination in Argentina. Sample the delicious seafood, get friendly with the cute sea lions. Go shopping at the colorful handicrafts market, and indulge in the fantastic nightlife of Madel, as the Argentinians call it. Chill out at Playa Iglesia or Playa Varese and admire the city’s beautiful skyline from the towering Torre Tanque. Visit the sprawling and picturesque villa Ocampo, the renowned writer at Centro Cultural Villa Victoria Ocampo, and check out the colorful marine environment and life at Aquarium Mar Del Plata.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Argentina Tour during the Spring season between October and the middle of December, and during the autumn season between April and the middle of June, when the weather is perfect, the destinations are not too crowded, and peak prices can be easily avoided.

Travel Guide


Argentina is situated in the southernmost part of South America, bordered by Chile and the Andes Mountain range in the west.

Capital City

The capital of Argentina is Buenos Aires.

Main Airport

Inistro Pistarini International Airport in Zurich is the most important international airport in Argentina.

Language Spoken

Spanish is the official language of Argentina. The other languages of Argentina include Italian, English, French, and German.


The currency of Argentina is the Argentine peso.


The citizens of the US do not need a visa for the Argentina Tour. The citizens of other countries require a tourist or business visa.


The standard values vary between 220 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for plugs of types C and I.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Argentina tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free number 911 and 101 for a general emergency, 100 for the fire brigade, 015 for an environmental crisis, 103 for civil defense, 106 for sea emergency, and 107 for a medical emergency during the Argentina Tour.

FAQs about Argentina

How is internet access like in Argentina?

Free and stable Wi-Fi connection is available in several places in Argentina, especially in restaurants, cafes, hotels, airports, etc.

Can I use my mobile phone in Argentina?

It would help if you had an unlocked quad-band or tri-band GSM mobile phone to make phone calls on the Argentina Tour.

How are the toilets like in Argentina?

The public toilets are western-style, but the cleanliness differs hugely. You will find restrooms in shopping centers, bus stations, gas stations, and other public places.

Can I drink tap water in Argentina?

The tap water of Argentina is safe for drinking in Buenos Aires, and most other metropolitan parts of Argentina. However, if you are in rural areas, then buy bottled water for consumption.

Are credit cards accepted in Argentina?

Argentina widely accepts most credit cards and debit cards of significant companies and notably Visa, Diners Club, American Express, and MasterCard.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Argentina?

You will easily find ATM centers all over Argentina. You can withdraw cash in pesos at the charge of a transaction fee.

What to wear in Argentina?

Pack in your shirts, tank tops, pretty dresses, and comfy shoes on the Argentina Tour.

Is Argentina safe for women to travel solo?

Argentina is one of the safest countries for solo female travelers. However, stay alert to stay safe during the tour.