What to do in Argentina

So little time so much to do? Fear not our Latin America team have selflessly travelled the width and breadth of the country and are on hand to maximise your luxury holiday in Argentina. Whether you are feeling somewhat lethargic and fancy a wine tour in Mendoza before retreating to a lodge with an open fire and a good book, or up for letting your hair down and becoming master of the moves in Tango class - Argentina cooks up a real treat for its visitors. Horse Riding? Helicopter rides? Glacier ice trekking? Fishing? Polo? Football match? Check - it has it all. Have a little browse over what to do in Argentina, our treat:

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Riding in Southern Patagonia

South America > Argentina > Southern Patagonia

Although El Chalten is known for its superb hiking and mountain climbing, its pristine wild scenery also lends itself perfectly to some spectacular riding. Read more

Glacier Ice Trekking

South America > Argentina > Southern Patagonia

Southern Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park stretches parallel to the Andes for over 120 miles, its most famous members being the Perito Moreno, Upsala and Onelli. Read more

Fly Fishing in Northern Patagonia

South America > Argentina > Northern Patagonia

Still a fully working farm, Tipiliuke Lodge is part of the 20,000 hectare Cerro de los Pinos country estate founded in 1909 by the grandfather of the current owners. Read more

Riding in Northern Patagonia

South America > Argentina > Northern Patagonia

Patagonia’s rugged, unpopulated expanse is the sort of landscape that makes everyone want to leap onto a horse and gallop into the distance, cowboy hat round the neck and hair flying. Read more

Lake Crossing to Chile

South America > Argentina > Northern Patagonia

Running between the Chilean lakes towns of Puerto Varas or Puerto Montt and the Argentinian counterpart; Bariloche, the trip across lakes and borders includes several different modes of transport as the roads and lakes weave their way directly through the mountains. No chance to get bored, and... Read more

La Boca Football Match

South America > Argentina > Buenos Aires & the Pampas

Football fan or not, you are likely to have heard of a controversial footballer by the name of Diego Maradona, hailing from La Boca, one of the poorer districts of the city - now a bohemian and colourful tourist attraction. Read more

Tango in Buenos Aires

South America > Argentina > Buenos Aires & the Pampas

With a history reaching back to the 1880s, the sensual Argentinian national dance comes from roots that combine African slave music with Andalucian melodies and Italian influences. Read more

Winery Tours in Mendoza

South America > Argentina > Mendoza

If you’re in Mendoza, the chances are it’s because you’ve enjoyed Argentinian wine and are keen to get to the source! Read more

Iguazu Falls Helicopter Ride

South America > Argentina > Iguazu Falls & the Ibera Wetlands

Silence the arguments over whether it’s the Argentinian or the Brazilian side of the Iguazu/Iguassu Falls that affords the best view, see the whole lot from the air in a thrilling helicopter ride. Read more

Riding & Polo

South America > Argentina > Cordoba & Central Sierra

Ideal riding territory, the central mountains or sierra of Argentina are beautifully rolling, with lush fields and incredible scenery unspoilt by buildings or people, save the cattle-herders and gauchos. Read more

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