Enjoy this couples getaway and explore the most attractive destinations of South America. Travel to the energetic mind blowing Machu Picchu, discover Chile´s flavors from the country’s capital to the seaside cities of Viña del Mar and Valparaíso. Enjoy sophisticated Buenos Aires’s eclectic neighborhoods and have a perfect closure of your trip with the amazing beaches of Rio de Janeiro.

The art and passion of tango lives in the spirit of Argentina, and some say that a trip to Buenos Aires wouldn’t be complete without some type of tango interaction. Even if you don’t know how to tango (or dance in general), there are still places where you can relax, take a class and join if you like. We’re giving you our favorite milongas in Buenos Aires, unknown and known.

Los LaurelesAvenida Iriarte 2290
This is a very old milonga that takes you back in time, full of a mix of young and old locals. With a free lesson at 9:30, you’ll want to make a reservation ahead of time as the place fills up!

Salón CanningScalabrini Ortiz 1331
A Monday, Tuesday and Friday classic. At this milonga you’ll find a mix of ages as well as fashion: many dresses but also many pairs of jeans. This is a popular one amongst other foreigners as it has classes of all levels.

La CatedralSarmiento 4006
This beautiful old cathedral is full of mostly foreigners dining and watching tango. Be one of the few who are brave enough to dance!

GricelLa Rioja 1180
Barrio (neighborhood) is a word used to describe this milonga, meaning that it’s very local and that few foreigners know of it. This milonga is traditional and classic, usually drawing an older crowd.

SunderlandLugones 3161
A Saturday classic with terrible lights, bad sound and a floor of a basketball court (as it’s the neighborhood sport’s club) doesn’t sound attractive. However, these are where the best dancers go. They go in pairs and the only people who enter the dance floor are the ones that dance very well.

La GlorietaBarrancas De Belgrano
As the only milonga to be regularly outside in open air on Sundays, it’s a magical experience dancing surrounded by trees. You’ll have to go early though (it ends at 11pm) and continue in another milonga afterwards. This free venue offers classes early on in the evening.

La Milonga de ArtigasArtigas 690
This milonga is open only one Saturday per month in the neighborhood Flores. It was made in an old house where culinary students prepare the food at a great price. This is another local joint with lots of charm.

Floreal MilongaCesar Diaz 2453
Floreal is another local milonga that is open on Sundays as an ideal choice to head to after La Glorieta, accompanied by good food.

La VirutaArmenia 1366
Although this milonga is more similar to a club tan a milonga as it is much more commercialized and well-known to tourists, it has a great weekend feel. Come at 3:30am when the other milongas close and the fanatics rejoin here to dance until dawn.

For more Buenos Aires tips, check this out. Or to see Argentina for yourself, don’t hesitate in contacting us at Say Hueque today!

Besides the most famous and overvisited destinations in Argentina that are well-known by every tourist who sets foot in the country, there are plenty of less-frequented corners in plain sights throughout the whole nation, just waiting to be added to your touristic bucket list.

These “off the beaten path” destinations may lack 5 star hotels and fancy restaurants, but in their place offer visitors the opportunity to uncover authentic natural beauty that one won´t easily find in a traditional travel guide.

Here are three of them that you should keep in mind if you are in seach of a life-changeing trip:

Bahia Bustamante

Reffered to as the “Argentine answer to the Galapagos” by the New York Times, Bahia Bustamante is an ideal location to explore the Atlantic coast of the beautiful Patagonia region.

With a population of only 40 people, this town is know for its unique seaweed industry and is home to a vas nature reserve that houses large colonies of sea lions, penguins and marine birds.

Tolar Grande

Founded as remotly located railway village, visiting Tolar Grande requires some time to get there and offers few options for accomodation, but is consistently praised as one of the top attractions in the Salta region by those who make the trip.

A tiny one street community surronded by miraculous displays of contrasting colors, unique rock formations and blue pools of salt water, Tolar Grande is a geological masterpiece and a tribute to the geographical diversity of Argentina.

Ibera Wetlands

The Iberá marshlands are among the last natural paradises on earth. This nature reserve covers over 5000 mi² of marsh with over 60 lakes. Here, visitors can get face to face with caimans, capybaras, swamp deer, pampas deer, howler monkeys, giant otters, anacondas, greater rheas and over 350 species of birds that can be easily spotted.

If you are planning your trip to Argentina, we recommend you to have a look at this section, where you can check out possible itineraries with different destinations in Argentina to be combined with Ibera Wetlands.

To find out more about visiting these off the beaten path destinations or to start planning your personalized trip to see them yourself, contact Say Hueque.

Written by Will Collier

We all know how the end of a chaotic week feels like. And the weekend flies faster than a supersonic object. However, if you wish to unwind, and make every single moment of your weekend and vacations count, you better book an estancia for yourself. You can go solo or you can get your best buddies to tag along with you, either way travelling and staying at an estancia will be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. And as it happens, estancias in Argentina are some of the best in the world. Here’s a list for you, in case this serene and thrilling getaway destination has piqued your interest.

1. Estancia Huechahue

Visit Estancia Huechahue in the lovely region of Patagonia and get the true taste of real and raw Gaucho life. But that’s not all; the picture presented by the windows of this estancia is truly mesmerizing. The Andean foothills, the Patagonian prairie land, the vast rivers and, the looming mountains are sights for the sore eyes. Even the most worried and apprehensive minds are able to take a break in a place like this. But it is not all a philosophical, thoughtful or a truth-seeking journey and experience. There’s more as the place offers conviviality as well. Enjoy fishing, horse riding, gaucho activities, rafting, and other water and land sports when staying in Estancia Huechahue.

2. Candelaria del Monte

The amazingly beautiful Candelaria Del Monte, in Buenos Aires is an epitome of classic old world charm existing in modern times. This estancia dates back to 18th century, and while it has been rebuilt in 2004 to its present state, the old glory is still seeping out from every pore of this Estancia. The fragrant trees, the flowers, the old country houses, the endless skies of the pampas and the intimate surroundings make Candelaria Del Monte, one of the best estancias in Argentina. If you are craving for freedom, this estancia and its open skies are going to be your comfort.

3. El Cachapé

Every person finds comfort differently. And if your definition of relaxation and unwinding includes adventures, rare flora and fauna, hiking through the jungle, and taking a canoe ride in winding rivers, then El Cachapé just your kind of ranch. Located in North East Argentina, this estancia offers all sorts of escapades into the wild. Wild animals, horse riding and different excursion are all guaranteed entertainments here.

4. Los Potreros

Córdoba is home to the lovely estancia, Los Potreros. This estancia is especially known for the excellent collection of horses they have, and the thrilling horse rides they guarantee. You can ride all the way to the boundless lands of this estancia and even play polo or become an expert in lasso.

5. Club Tapiz

The best thing about this estancia in Mendoza is that it offers a combination of wine and recreation at one place.  Club Tapiz in Mendoza is no different. The 22 acres of vineyards contains historical buildings, private rooms, breathtaking vista, and a chance at free wine tasting every evening.  

If you have never been to a ranch your entire life, you are missing out big. Change that right now and make sure your next trip to Argentina includes staying at one of the best estancias in the world.

Is Mendoza your next vacation spot? Great! The Argentinean part of Mendoza is undoubtedly breathtaking. Plus, the region has so many interesting places that you would love exploring this city.

However, one of the things you should definitely do when you land in Mendoza is to go on a wine tour. Since Mendoza is worldwide famous for its wine you will surely love spending your time in some of its best wineries that are mentioned below.

1.   Bodegas Lopez

Bodegas Lopez Grimon is a large scale wine production house started by a wine lover, Don German Lopez Figueras. The place was built in the 19th century and it includes a house, service quarter and a winery. The winery covers the largest part of the wide area as the vineyard expands to three hectares. Here the wine is produced in a traditional, home-made style and cement tanks are used to store the wine. The winery is so huge that it stands solemnly overlooking the beautiful national park of Timanfaya.

2.   Familia Zuccardi

This family-owned winery has been operating in Mendoza for three generations!

In the 1980s, Jose Alberto took over the family business from his father and began producing world class wines under the label of Santa Julia (named after his daughter). After ten years, his youngest son started producing virgin oil from freshly extracted olives which were harvested on the family’s estate.

Hence, the place is well-known for olive oil and wine. You can try both – wine and olive oil – at the family’s restaurant, Zuccardi Restaurant.

3.  Carmelo Patti

Your wine tour must include a visit to a boutique winery. By visiting to a boutique winery you will definitely enjoy the wines that are being made on small-scale budget for centuries.

What boutique winery makers do is that they make wines in a more traditional way and due to that their wines taste that much more unique. The best wine boutique you must visit during your wine tour in Mendoza is Carmelo Patti. You will have the most charming wine experience as the wines are originally made from the grassroots.
When you visit the place, the owner of the vineyard – Carmelo will give you a lively tour around the place explaining the process of making wine and sharing remarkable stories. Carmelo is known as one of the most passionate winemakers in Mendoza and you are sure to enjoy his company.

4.   Bodega Luigi Bosca

This type of vineyard is a little steep but it is absolutely worth it. Here the visitors get samples of fine wine and the tour guides provide you answer for all of your questions related to wine.

The art installation “Wine Way of the Cross” created by Hugo Leytes is the most epic thing you will notice in this winery. The art portrays the history of wine industry.

Make sure your wine tour includes these four amazing wineries. We are sure you will have a ball of a time tasting the most delicious wine in the world. Contact Say Hueque to plan your Mendoza getaway today!

Situated in the geographic south spanning across Argentina and Chile, Patagonia is one of the most unique places in South America. From the snow capped Andes Mountains to the numerous glaciers and lakes found within, the Patagonia region is a traveler’s paradise. Each year tourists from all over the world flock to Patagonia to experience it for themselves what find out first hand what makes this romantic place so special.

Aside from adventurists and thrill-seekers, more and more people are looking to the one-of-a-kind destination for a special honeymoon experience. What’s it is certainly different from the beach-side destinations that most commonly come to mind, one this is guaranteed – a Patagonia honeymoon is one you will never forget!

To learn more about the region, feel free to review our various Patagonia tour options! The different tours range in length from three day to twenty five days, making it flexible for any couple to see it for themselves. So without further adieu, here are the top 5 reasons to honeymoon in Patagonia.

1.Discover El Calafate

Although there is not a single route that is better than others when traveling through Patagonia, many visitors begin their Patagonian expedition in breathtaking El Calafate, which is located in the northern part of Patagonia. Because of this, El Calafate has earned itself the title of “Gateway to Patagonia.” Though don’t let this moniker fool you; Calafate is much more than just a gateway. The village of Calafate is surrounded by picturesque mountainous landscapes and offers numerous opportunities for exploration before you depart for the rest of Patagonia. Additionally, Calafate allows travelers the opportunity to see many nearby sites, the most famous of which is the Perito Moreno Glacier.

2. Hike Through El Chalten

For active newlyweds interested in getting their blood pumping during their honeymoon, consider partaking in Patagonia’s famed hiking trails. The premiere destination for doing so is known as El Chalten. Located within the Los Glaciares National Park at the base of some of the area’s tallest mountains, Chalten is regularly referred to as the hiking capital of Argentina. Largely isolated from the rest of the country, visitors who wish to make a stop in Chalten must travel through Calafate. Many visitors travel to Chalten, which is located just 3-4 hours north of Calafate, by bus in order to enjoy the scenic views along the way. This provides the perfect opportunity to be surrounded by nature, reflect on your recent nuptials and dream about your future lives together!

3. Whale Watch in Puerto Madryn

For animal lovers who want the chance to get up close and personal with some of Argentina’s diverse wildlife, a visit to Puerto Madryn mandatory! Located on Golfo Nuevo, which is formed by the Valdes Peninsula and Punta Ninfas, Puerto Madryn offers numerous excursions for visitors looking to explore the natural wonders of the region and the creatures that inhabit it.It is actually known as In fact, it is actually Argentina’s prime location for whale watching (definitely not your every day honeymoon activity)! Depending on the time of the year, visitors can get a glimpse of these whales, or can venture a short distance south to find South America’s largest Magellan penguin colony in Punta Tombo. The Valdes Peninsula is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, which will make for some great travel stories once your return home.

4. Diversify Your Time in Torres del Paine

Most people who come to Torres del Paine are planning on doing one thing: hiking the W Circuit. But there are plenty of other things to do while you’re there! If you’re looking for a once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon, then consider one of the following day tour options. If you love to cycle, get ready for an amazing ride! There are numerous cycling routes throughout the park which lead visitors to the most unbelievable views of the mountains, lakes and glaciers of Torres del Paine. You can also take your adventures to the water by participating in a boat tour across Grey Lake, and then spend the afternoon navigating around the glaciers. You can always try navigating the icy waters around the by kayak if that’s more your style!

5. Relax on a Patagonia Honeymoon Cruise

If you like the sound of an adventure-packed, nature-inspired honeymoon, but also prefer to have the familiar comforts of a typical vacation, then the Australis Cruise line is the perfect option for your special celebration! Experience incredible views of the Patagonia glaciers as you sail through icy waters, and set foot on Patagonian soil for exciting excursions with Argentina animals. Depending on the time of year, you can also take special trips, ranging from whale watching, to retracing Darwin’s voyage, to photo safaris. It mixes the best of both worlds by blending a touch of luxury with the wild outdoors. Check out one of our El Calafate cruise options here!

Waterfalls are always a somewhat magical phenomenom and make every hike a little more special than just walking on a trail. However, when you have some of the largest waterfalls in the world placed in a tropical jungle climate, the phenomenon takes on a whole different level of incredible. That is what it is like to experience Iguazu Falls.

Iguazu means big water in Guarani, which is a fitting name for the deafening roar this beast of a natural waterfall showcases. In fact, it is something very akin to ‘magic’—and it should be because the Falls are one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Iguazu Falls are shared by three countries: Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina. Both Brazil and Argentina have National Parks devoted to them, and they are sufficiently different in character to each merit a visit.

The ‘Brazilian’ side, set farther back from the Falls themselves, is favoured for its panoramic view. From here, one can appreciate just how massive the Falls are. Many come here, if only to take that perfect photograph.

The ‘Argentine’ side is more developed and advances right up to the Falls themselves, to a place called La Garganta del Diablo (the Devil’s Throat). It includes many more walks and viewing points, as well as a number of excursions that will get one above, next to, or even beneath the Falls themselves. Most of the tours to Igauzu Falls go to both countries, but, if time is short, opt for just the ‘Argentine’ side.

1. Hike the short circuit first, then the long circuit and finish at the Devil’s throat

It is in fact an excellent idea to approach a trip to the Argentine side of the Iguazu Falls by beginning from a distance to the Falls and steadily get closer and closer. In this way, one can appreciate first their size (and ‘poor Niagara’, as Eleanor Roosevelt exclaimed, isn’t as big) and later appreciate its sheer force. Therefore begin on the short, but panoramic, upper circuit before heading down the lower circuit, enjoying its several different viewing points. Finally approach the Devil’s Throat: a U shaped, several hundred meter deep and nearly 90 meters high chasm of falling water that casts mist high into the air. From here, it isn’t too difficult to imagine Hell itself is just beneath the surface of the churning water.

2. Visit Isla San Martin

Take advantage of a free transfer to the Isla San Martin, where on a small beach one can appreciate the heart of the Falls, as well as get a tan. There is also a good walk here that one can explore, and perhaps even pretend to be a character from that iconic movie featuring the Iguazu, the Mission.

3. Ride under the Falls

For those who enjoy a good theme park ride, consider hopping aboard one of the high powered, high octane boat excursions that venture right up to and even inside the Falls. This is an excellent chance to feel their tremendous power first hand, as well as see a group of adults become reduced to happy, squealing children.

4. Catch the sunset and sunrise on the right side

Iguazu is understandably one of South America’s chief tourist attractions. This means that one should expect ample crowds almost year round, but especially on school holidays. For a chance to get some time alone with the Falls, rising early is the best option. The Argentine Park opens at 8am and the Brazilian at 9am. Photographers should remember in connection to this that the sun rises from the Brazilian side (which is only a problem when photographing the Devil’s Throat) and sets on the Argentine side.

5. Hike less common trails

Explore the incredible biodiversity, very unlike that of temperate climes, by taking some time to visit the Park’s eco-museum, and by hiking along the Sendero Verde or Macuco to actually be in this habitat. The latter even takes one to a smaller, more intimate waterfall missed by a good number of visitors.

6. Visit Aripuca or a Bird Sanctuary

Outside the Park, visit the thought provoking enlarged Guarani trap designed to ‘capture the conscience.’ Even more interesting is the Guira Oga bird sanctuary, intended to help injured and orphaned wildlife return there. Here it is usually possible to see some of the animals one might miss in the wild, such as a macaw or a toucan.

7. Head to Paraguay to visit the Jesuit Ruins

The history of this area has not always been rosy. If time allows, make sure to witness this by stopping at the Jesuit ruins of San Ignacio just outside the town of Posadas. These once thriving communities of indigenous Guarani were abruptly dispersed and its founders from the Society of Jesus ejected in the 18th Century. They were left to become ruins—which they remain today.

It is understandably difficult to choose from among the many available tours. Iguazu Falls can be enjoyed on many different levels and budgets, from the most luxurious to the most constrained. 

For further information about tours in IguazuArgentina contact travel experts, Say Hueque: www.sayhueque.com

“Estancias” are essentially cattle ranches in Latin America or the southern region of the US. Argentina’s estancias are closely linked to the history and essence of its culture. They range from extremely simple — a family home with rooms for a few guests — to fancier, purpose-built country-house structures.  Although there are many estancias in Argentina worth visiting, such as Estancia El Colibri and Estancia Los Potreros, perhaps the most well-known estancia is El Bordo de las Lanzas. For this reason, it will be the focus of our examination.

El Bordó de las Lanzas

This historical landmark is one of the oldest estancias in the country and is situated in the Province of Salta. Owned by the Arias family, El Bordo de las Lanzas provides one of the finest examples of colonial architecture in Salta because of its thick walls, woodcarvings, robust ironwork, and colonial doors leading out to a veranda. The warm welcome you receive, the hospitality, its traditional style and the natural beauty of its setting are what make Estancia El Bordo worth visiting. It’s been offering all of this since it was first established in 1609. So if you’re looking to relax and immerse yourself in the authentic estancia lifestyle of a Northern Argentinian (a region rich in traditions) country mansion, this is the place to be.

The décor is charming and elegantly simple, with certain classic estancia styles like crisp linens, dark antique furniture and exposed wood. All rooms are equipped with a wood burning stove, decorated with religious paintings from the 17th and 18th centuries, and overlook the charming and extensive gardens. There is an outdoor swimming pool, a fireplace in the lobby, and a library. The estancia is still a working farm, growing crops such as maize and chia. You can also work on these farms as an educational experience.

The cuisine is made using fresh, local ingredients and the breakfast includes homemade jams and bread. The service here is impeccable and definitely worth your while!

The many things that you have the opportunity to experience here are:                                

El Bordó de las Lanzas is the perfect place for anyone interested in history, the culture of South America, or simply looking to enjoy some peace and quiet. The best months to stay at these estancias are from October to March.

Looking for things to do in Peru? Trying to find off the beaten track destinations? Huacachina is nestled in an oasis in the desert. This small town is located west of the city of Ica, located in southwestern Peru. In the center of town is the Huacachina lagoon, surrounded by palm trees and green waters that are believed to have therapeutic properties. The shore of the lagoon is full of bars and nightclubs

Huacachina is comprised of two words – wakay “to cry” and china meaning “young woman.” It is named after the legend of its creation. There are many variations of this legend, but most are centered on the same idea. Legend has it that a young princess named Huacay China fell in love with a warrior who passed away suddenly. Upon hearing of his death, she started to weep and cried so much that it created the lagoon. Another variation of how the lagoon came to be says that the young princess visited her and her lover’s place of meeting after his demise and while looking in the mirror, saw a figure which appeared to be her lover. She was terrified and ran, but dropped the mirror. The mirror then took the form of this lagoon, and Huacay dove in and became a mermaid or a siren that tempts swimmers to this day.

What to do

Riding the dune buggy is a great adventure and a good way to explore this region. The dune buggy ride is perhaps the most popular tour in town. You hop on the tubulars and start “spinning” through the dunes of the desert, as if it were a roller coaster. We guarantee some laughs during this activity!

Cruising in a boat around the oasis is a unique and relaxing way to discover the area and admire the sand dunes.

The steeps and bumps in the dunes provide a great field to go sandboarding. This is a difficult but rewarding activity. The trick is to put the tips of your feet in the sand to reduce speed, although it is best to keep your feet high to catch the maximum speed.

Peru’s national drink is Pisco. Discover how this is made along with other brandies and drinks at the artisanal and industrial wineries nearby. Watch the Sunset over Huacachina

Clustering over the dunes and watching the stunning view seems to be a popular way to spend time in Huacachina.

These lines have been a subject of mystery for over 80 years. The lines are known as geo-glyphs – drawings made on the ground discovered by removing land and rocks. Pondering over whether this was a man-made or an alien creation is a great way to spend time in Huacachina. Take a scenic flight over the enigmatic Nazca Lines – you can find depictions of plants, animals, and various other shapes embedded in the land.  

To start planning your Peruvian Adventure don´t hesitate to contact Say Hueque. Check our webpage for this or other destinations.

Sometimes we have the unusual chance to take a well-deserved break lasting more than two weeks, and if that’s your situation, I have some great ideas for your upcoming trip! Below, I’ve listed three itineraries that will help you discover Argentina in-depth, so you can make up your mind about your next Argentine adventure.

  1. Discover Argentina (24 days)

A classic starter for Argentina is Buenos Aires, which makes perfect sense due to its easy accessibility via international flights. A two-day stay in the ‘Paris of South America’ is a fair time to get a proper taste of what the city has to offer: culture, history, art, and adventure. With the charm of a cosmopolitan city and the personal touch of some Argentine seasoning, Buenos Aires is a great chance to make new acquaintances, take some Spanish classes and drink some Fernet with coke!

After such a delightful introduction, Bariloche is the next destination in line. The capital of the Lakes District shows off its picturesque views and alluring surroundings. A two-and-a-half-day stay in Bariloche is a great chance to take in the scenery, tour around this inviting town and learn some more about Argentina’s history and culture. Also, if you have a sweet tooth, Bariloche is definitely the place to be! Its delicious chocolate will definitely win over your heart!

Then, your Patagonian hiking adventures will begin in El Calafate and continue towards El Chaltén. As the trekking capital of Argentina, El Chaltén has many exciting routes for you to discover. After a one-and-a-half-day stay in El Chaltén, it’s time to have an up-close look at the famous Perito Moreno Glacier. After visiting such a stunning natural sight, the itinerary suggests a quick but memorable visit to Chile, to check out Torres del Paine, and oh, dear, those are some towers to look at!

The quick Chilean visit is followed by Ushuaia, a.k.a. the City at the End of the World, which is the southernmost city in Argentina. Here, some adrenaline-pumping activities await: trekking, canoeing and boat tours. The perfect closure for such a mind-blowing Patagonian experience is with a touch of wildlife. This itinerary continues with a visit to Puerto Madryn, home to many penguins and whales, among other animals. This wildlife time continues in Iguazú, after a quick stop in Buenos Aires to take the flight. Iguazu Falls’ fame precedes it! Being one of the biggest and most incredible waterfalls in the world – a World Wonder- it attracts travelers from all around the world. To get to know Argentina deeply, one must visit the falls. Being amazed by their blue/green beauty is akin to just become one with nature. 

After a two-and-a-half-day stay in Iguazu, it’s time to head back to Buenos Aires to get some alfajores (Argentine cookies), eat some famous Argentine ice-cream and buy some bottles of Malbec during your day of leisure before going back home.

2. Argentina For Adventurers (21 days)

Some touring around Buenos Aires and a delightful tango show are the perfect way to start your 21-day adventure in Argentina.

The second stop on this itinerary is windy Puerto Madryn, a place that whales and penguins visit every year, among other species. The charm of watching wildlife up-close is undeniable. This two-and-a-half-day stay in Puerto Madryn continues with a three-day stay in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in Argentina, to get a good taste of its unique gastronomy, its adventurous activities, and its rich history.

The excitement moves forward to El Calafate, where you’ll visit the Perito Moreno Glacier, and later to El Chalten, for all hiking enthusiasts. Being so close to Torres del Paine in Chile, it’d be a shame to leave it out of your adventure! Therefore, the adventurers’ call takes you to check out the Torres del Paine National Park and the outstanding charm of its landscapes. Afterward, a mandatory trip back to El Calafate is needed to fly to Iguazu via Buenos Aires. 

Puerto Iguazú is one of our favorite wildlife destinations! The National Park is the perfect place to admire the greatness of nature, and also have a first-hand experience being surrounded by playful monkeys and coatimundis. The Argentina For Adventurers itinerary ends in Buenos Aires with a day at leisure to get ready to go back home.

3. Argentina: North to South Adventure (17 days)

Starting in Buenos Aires, this 17-day adventure is guaranteed to be an exciting trip around Argentina. A two-day stay in Buenos Aires is where the journey begins,  so you can have a fair taste of the city’s attractions. The excitement continues as you make your way to El Calafate, where you’re sure to be amazed by the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of Argentina’s most important places to visit.

El Calafate is also a great opportunity to visit an estancia and find out about more traditional customs, learn from the gaucho lifestyle in the countryside, and taste the Patagonian lamb, a must-try delicacy of the area. Ushuaia, the southernmost city in Argentina, is the next step in this ambitious itinerary; its wild and natural charm captivating to travelers’ eyes and spirits.

Salta is the next destination; a place where history, culture and nature enchant those who dare to visit such amazing landscapes. Salta is chosen as the base for this northern adventure, as the purpose is to visit different small towns in the area. Jujuy is also on the list of places to visit, the Humahuaca Gorge in particular, an iconic postcard of the North.
Before heading back to Buenos Aires to end the experience, Iguazu awaits with its lush beauty. Feeling the strength of nature and becoming one with it is part of the dazzling and encompassing feeling that hits travelers to this world wonder.

Have you made up your mind about where do you want to go? Get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to arrange it for you.

Written by Cecilia Carmona – Edited by Cathie Haynor

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