Discover More About Argentina
Argentina spans an extraordinary 4,023 kilometres north to south and has a huge variety of habitats from the pampas and rainforest to Andean peaks and high-altitude deserts. As well as jaw-dropping scenery, the country offers excellent and hospitable lodges and some first-class wines!
In Argentina there is sightseeing to be enjoyed in the vibrant capital, Buenos Aires, before heading south to the Andean foothills. Here you can camp in mountain villages, trek along rivers and view the extraordinary glacier edges in Los Glaciares National Park.
Buenos Aires has a subtropical climate and can be visited at any time of the year. However, the climate in the south in Patagonia is cooler and more changeable, so we recommend travelling between November to March when the weather is usually at its mildest.