Explore Argentina. Travel like a local and love it!

Travel and Argentina is all about discovering the best of Argentina. Tour Patagonian glaciers and Iguazu Falls’ steamy jungles, experience sexy tango in Buenos Aires and wine tasting at luxurious vineyards in Mendoza. A vacation in Argentina has something for everyone, so what are you waiting for? It is time to begin your Argentina travel adventure!

  • Cycling & other active things to do in Torres del Paine Patagonia

    Beyond Hiking – Alternative Torres del Paine Day Tours

    Most people who come to Torres del Paine are planning on doing one thing: hiking the W Circuit. While this is undoubtedly the main attraction in this Patagonia national park, there are plenty of other things to do while you're there. If you’ve got a few extra days in the park, be sure to check out these alternative Torres del Paine day tours and continue exploring the rugged beauty of the Chilean Patagonia. Cycling There are a variety of Read more
  • Traveling in Argentina has never been more comfortable Iguazu

    So You Want to Take a Bus to Iguazu Falls?

    Long-distance buses have long been the friends of backpackers and low-budget travelers. It's a simple concept: board the bus at night, sleep (hopefully) until morning, and and hop off at your new destination. The main advantage to traveling by bus is the cheaper cost. The drawbacks? The time and those horrible, uncomfortable seats. Fortunately, long distance bus travel is a very common form of Argentina transportation, and most buses are Read more
  • Machu Picchu tops our list of Peru Destinations Other Destinations

    Top 3 Peru Destinations for Your South America Vacations

    Say Hueque has recently launched a new South America vacation package that includes top destinations in Argentina, Brazil, and Peru! So if you are looking for a multi-country South America adventure, you have come to the right place! To celebrate this new travel opportunity, we’re sharing our tips on our favorite Peru destinations. We hope you’ll feel inspired to visit more of this amazing continent with us!   Top 3 Peru Read more
  • Watch expert players of polo in Argentina Argentina

    Polo In Argentina

    So you've heard about Argentina's craze for soccer (or football, as it's called here) but did you know that Argentines are also world-renowned for their skill and love of polo? Since the country's early days, when the gauchos (cowboys) roamed the Argentine Pampas, the horse has been an important aspect of Argentine culture. So it should come as no surprise that a sport played on horseback has become wildly popular here. Argentines rank among Read more
  • Travel to the Atacama Desert from San Pedro de Atacama Other Destinations

    Top 5 Chile Destinations

    From the heart of the Andean high plateau to the rugged landscapes of Patagonia, Chile offers an incredible diversity of destinations. From north to south, this South American country spans more than 4,200 km (more than 2,600 miles) and it is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the east by the Andes Mountains. Given its enormous extent, there is no end to the incredible sights and things to do in Chile. Check out our list of our Read more
  • Australis Cruise Excursions to see Patagonia Glaciers News

    Australis Cruise: 25 Years of Southern Patagonia Cruises

    How would you like to sail through the Strait of Magellan and past the southernmost city in the world? It may sound like a fantasy, but it doesn’t have to be. The Australis Cruise line has been taking travelers from all over the world through the fjords of southern Patagonia for the past 25 years.  The company offers a Patagonia cruise for everyone, with different lengths of stay and a variety of activities and excursions. All of their Read more
  • Get Argentine Pesos at official Argentina Exchange Rate Argentina

    Argentina Exchange Rate & the End of the Argentina Blue Dollar

    In recent years, travelers and locals alike have struggled to navigate the complicated system for exchanging the Argentine peso for foreign currency. The legal restrictions on how much money was exchanged and at what rate led to the creation of a parallel, black market exchange rate, known as the Argentina Blue Dollar. Travelers could take advantage of this parallel rate by bringing their foreign currency in cash and changing it in unofficial Read more
  • Preparing signs for the new Ibera National Park News

    The Ibera Wetlands become Ibera National Park

    The Ibera Wetlands are a natural paradise located in northeastern Argentina, about 800 kilometers north of Buenos Aires. Although not as well-known as other tourist destinations in Argentina, these wetlands are remarkable due to the variety of Argentina animals that reside there. Within Ibera’s 13,000 km2 of marshland, visitors will discover caimans, capybaras, swamp deer, pampas deer, howler monkeys, giant otters, anacondas, greater rheas and Read more
  • In places like the San Telmo Street Fair, you will often find large crowds Buenos Aires

    What to Wear in Buenos Aires

    If you are planning to travel in Buenos Aires, it is good to have some suggestions on what locals wear, what you will be most comfortable in, and an expectation of climate during your trip to pack accordingly. In Argentina, clothing might be very different from what you’re used to at home, which is why it is so important to think ahead about what to wear in Buenos Aires. In general, Porteños are fairly fancy dressers, with a love of Read more
  • Getting to Torres del Paine via Puerto Natales Airport Patagonia

    Getting to Torres del Paine: New Puerto Natales Airport

    As anyone who has ever traveled to Patagonia will tell you, one of the hardest parts of planning the trip is figuring out how to get from one place to the other. In Patagonia, distances are long, airports are few, and there are so many incredible places to see in far too little time. Fortunately, for those wondering about getting to Torres del Paine, a new regional airport is opening to commercial flights, which will reduce travel time from Read more
  • Visit Dique Cabra Corral for outdoor activities like speed boating and bungee jumping Salta & Jujuy

    Things to Do in Salta: Outdoor Activities in Salta

    Some of the biggest draws to visitors to Northwestern Argentina are not only the quaint colonial towns, but the numerous outdoor activities in Salta and the surrounding provinces. Of the limitless things to do in Salta, a great number of them are focused on the great outdoors. There is a wide range of options for all visitors, from relaxed hikes to fear-defying hang-gliding. Horseback riding, canoeing, trekking, 4×4 safaris, and cave Read more