The land with an infinite variety of natural beauties.
From the icy mountains of Patagonia through the deserts of Central Argentina,
till the rainforests in the North, anywhere you go, this country will constantly take your breath away.
Be amazed in this vast and ancient land, a pearl of South America
Due to its extension, 2 780 400 km² (1073518 sq miles), Argentina is the second largest country
in South America, forth in the American continent and eighth in the world.
Its continental territory occupies most part of the south part of the continent and limits to the north
with Bolivia and Paraguay; to the northeast with Brazil; to the west and south with Chile and to the east with Uruguay and the Atlantic Ocean.
The Argentine Republic has a population of about 40.1 million inhabitants (2016) and it is a result of both the direct descent of immigrants and the mingling of those immigrants with natives and the original inhabitants that lived in the country before Spanish conquest. Argentina is considered to be an immigration country, because of the massive number of people who arrived in the country, especially those coming from Europe, mainly Italians, Spaniards, Germans and Polishes. Nowadays, Argentina is still receiving new immigrants from Asia (North Korea, South Korea and China), Latin America (Paraguay, Bolivia and Peru).
The official language in Argentina is Spanish.
However, it is possible to communicate in English at the three, four and five star hotels.
Argentina in our blog
Best time to go
The best season for visiting depends on what you want to do.
Winter is for skiing and visiting the Northwest, summer is for hitting Patagonia’s trails,
and the shoulder seasons of spring and fall are beautiful in all the country.
(nov-feb & jul)
Best time for excursions.
Best time for excursions. Busy season.
High temperatures during day.
Ideal for visits without crowds.
Snow falls are usual.
Useful travel tips to Argentina
A valid Passport.
Most countries in America and
Western Europe do not require a visa.
Major credit cards are widely accepted.
Argentinean flights allow, as their restrictions are limited to 50 pounds (23 kg) per person.
It’s best to dress in layers.
Hat & Sunscreen (factor 35 or higher).
Waterproof coat / jacket or rain poncho.
Insect repellent & personal medications.
It is not unusual in the Andes.
Take it easy when you land in Atacama and try not to do anything too strenuous.
Check with your doctor before coming if in doubt.
Chile: 220 V – 60 Hz.
Plugs Type C / I
More about Climate
Coinciding with its main characteristic based on diversity, Argentina has a wide variety of climate. Temperate and humid in the Pampean plain, cold and wet in western Patagonia, subtropical in Mesopotamia and warm in the Northwest. The highest elevations in all latitudes are those that experience colder conditions, with an arid and nival montane climate, where the thermal amplitude is another common feature.
How to get there?
Though some visitors reach Argentina overland from a neighbouring country and a tiny handful arrive by boat,
the overwhelming majority of travellers arribe by air.
If you want to travel to Argentina, especially if you want to visit several places, it requires some planning.
The distances are really huge.
the overwhelming majority of travellers first set foot on Argentine soil at Buenos Aires’ international airport, Ezeiza. There are international flights to other airports in Argentina, such as to Mendoza, Rosario, and Córdoba.
The entry points by land are:
From Brazil: Foz de Iguazú, Capanema, Planalto and Santo Antonio.
From Bolivia: Villazón, La Mamora, Bermejo and Yacuiba.
From Paraguay: Pozo Hondo, La Madrid.
From Uruguay: Salto; Paysandú and Fray Bentos.
From Chile: in more than 50 places, being the most used ones near La Serena, Santiago and Osorno.
By River: Regular catamarans routes link Buenos Aires with Montevideo and Colonia in Uruguay.
Ferries depart from the downtown Buenos Aires neighborhood Puerto Madero.
By Sea: In the ports of Buenos Aires and Ushuaia.
Tours by type
Cultural immersions, adventure tours, honeymoon, sustainable tourism…
South America can offer different themes for each trip – and even on the same package!Here you will see all our packages arranged by the main themes they cover, so that you can select those that can meet your interests.
- Away From it All
- Classic Tours
- Cultural Immersion
- Food & Wines
- Group Tours
- Nature & Adventure
- Pre-Post Cruise
- Self Drive
- Short Stay
- Sustainable Tourism
- Tours On Sale
Tours by duration
So by now you have selected South America as the next destination, great! Now the next step may be defining the length of the trip…
We have different packages that go from a short trip in a specific destination to multi-destination and cross-border itineraries lasting for more than 2 weeks.
Here you can filter our itineraries according to the length of travel:
- 1-4 Days
- 5-8 Days
- 9-12 Days
- More than 12 Days