Northwest Argentina is like another world, nestled beneath the mighty Andes the region boasts some interesting topography. There are dusty ochre desert towns, colonial chapels, quaint vineyards, colorful cliffs, salt flats, volcanic cones, and an eclectic culture found in the music and food of the region. Sensational Salta is the regions bustling capital with endless sights and attractions like the enchanting Quebrada del Toro on the Train to the Clouds. Quilmes is the region’s impressive pre-Inca ruins, dramatic trekking is available around Tafi del Valle and the city of San Miguel de Tucuman offers a lively atmosphere and historic sights.
The breathtaking Patagonia Region is shared by Argentina and Chile and runs from the coasts of the Pacific Ocean towards the Atlantic Ocean brimming with awe-inspiring glaciers and fjords.
Iguazu is recognized by many as the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, the Iguazu Falls, which straddles the border between Brazil and Argentina.
This is an opportunity to experience the Gaucho culture of the Pampas region, in the gracious environment of an 18th century Estancia (ranch).
Patagonia is a seasonal destination, mainly operational from September through April and filled with impressive sights such as mountains, lakes, glaciers, national parks, islands, peninsulas, deserts, rivers, the Tierra del Fuego and the Strait of Magellan.
Torres del Paine National Park is the most important natural reserve in Chilean Patagonia. Its nearly 500,000 acres encompasses some of the world`s most breathtaking and recognizable natural images, including the iconic granite towers of Las Torres, and the unforgettable Los Cuernos (horns).
Machu Picchu remains one of the premier archaeological sites in the world and serves as a vivid reminder of the Incan Empire, its imagination, and magnificence. The citadel is surrounded by iconic Andean peaks, and includes temples, residences, fountains, and hundreds of cascading steps.
Combine Salta (a land of gauchos, vineyards and open countryside, known for its traditions, history, people's hospitality and excellent wine!), Buenos Aires (to stroll in the streets of the Paris of South America and experience one of their Tango Shows) and Mendoza (this city will enchant you with its vineyards, wineries, mineral waters springs and breathtaking Andes, Canyons and Valleys views) with flights between cities. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
Argentinian cuisine blends together Mediterranean, European, Italian, and Spanish influences with dishes like Italian pasta and pizzas, French pastries, French fries, and patties.
The sprawling vineyards of Mendoza are known as Argentina`s Napa Valley home to 70 percent of the countries vineyards where the famous Malbec Grapes are grown.