Travel Tales of Argentina
An Argentina family vacation is sure to be full of memories that will last a lifetime. Our cities and natural attractions are surprisingly family-friendly, something that many parents learn as they start planning their trip. Buenos Aires, for example, is full of cultural opportunities for your kids to experience, whereas a trip into Iguazu Falls National Park boasts plenty of places for your kids to explore Argentina’s natural beauty.
At Say Hueque, we recognize that traveling with young children can be stressful, so we do our best to help simplify your Argentina family vacation. No matter what age your children are, or what stage of trip planning you’ve reached, these parent-approved travel tips will help make your vacation more enjoyable.
When planning an Argentina family vacation, a great rule to remember is that some of the best trips are the simplest or those without too many logistics to plan and organize. Of course, flexibility is always key when on vacation with your children. Your itinerary doesn’t have to be crammed with activities…. appreciate what you are able to see and do, and know that these are special memories that will last for a lifetime! Our carefully created family trips are a balance of exciting sightseeing, but also relaxing moments for you to bond with your kids.
This may sound like a tall order – finding places to visit that will keep everyone entertained – but in Argentina, it’s actually quite easy. The MALBA, arguably Buenos Aires’ best art museum, offers fun workshops for kids where they can make their own works of art. Iguazu Falls is always a family-favorite, with wildlife viewing, thrilling boat rides, and stroller-friendly pathways. As mentioned, Buenos Aires has a great deal to offer to families with the most diverse preferences. As a matter of fact, there are some great ideas to get your kids involved before visiting the country, check them out!
You’ve bought your plane ticket, booked your excursions and have started packing… but how much research have you done on Argentina’s customs, currencies, and cuisine? If this is your first Argentina family vacation, you may not be familiar with our traditions and laws, and it’s important to take the time to learn so you don’t run into any difficulties. Have you learned simple phrases in Spanish, such as please and thank you?
If your trip planning is still in diapers, we recommend checking out some Patagonia family-friendly destinations or great escapades for your toddler’s spring vacation.
To make planning your Argentina family vacation even easier, check out our blog, full of tips on traveling with toddlers and young children, download our free travel guides, and don’t forget to check out all of Say Hueque’s family trips!
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