• NatGeo Ibera Argentina

    Ibera Wetlands: Why to go in 2017

    The Iberá Lake and marshlands are among the last natural paradises on earth. This nature reserve was founded in the year 1983 and it’s located 800 kilometers north of Buenos Aires. The wetlands cover over 13,000 km² of marsh with over 60 lakes. In Ibera, visitors come face to face with more than 60 types of mammals including caimans, capybaras, swamp deer, pampas deer, howler monkeys, giant otters, anacondas, greater rheas and over 350 Read more
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    Guide to Celebrating Easter in Argentina

    If you happen to find yourself celebrating Easter in Argentina this year, then you’re in luck! Whether you’re a traveler in town for the holiday, a student studying abroad, or an expat just settling down in South America, we want to make sure you stay in the know regarding Argentine Easter celebrations and traditions. It’s important to know that Argentina is a predominantly Roman Catholic country, so naturally, many people look Read more
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    Things to do in Chile: Santiago de Chile and 3 wineries to visit

    Chile is considered one of the best wine destinations of the world. With perfect Cabernet Souvignion and Shiraz, Chilean wine has became popular in US and Europe. While Chile is the 8th wine producer of the world, still most of the best wine stays at home. These are 3 tours we recommend to learn more about the chilean wine, and why not, have a sip (or two) Concha y Toro Wine Tour: Learn why Chilean wines are rated among the best of the Read more
  • Bariloche, Argentina Argentina

    Best Summer Tours in Bariloche

    Looking for something a little more structured to do in Bariloche besides wandering around? Don’t get me wrong---wandering is great fun, but sometimes you want a plan that takes you directly to see the best parts that the Lake District has to offer. After all, when you only have a couple days to experience a place, you want to see as much as you can. Tours are great opportunities to see the most beautiful and exciting parts of Bariloche while Read more
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    Top 3 Breathtaking Off the Beaten Path Argentine Destinations

    Besides the most famous and overvisited destinations in Argentina that are well-known by every tourist who sets foot in the country, there are plenty of less-frequented corners in plain sights throughout the whole nation, just waiting to be added to your touristic bucket list. These "off the beaten path" destinations may lack 5 star hotels and fancy restaurants, but in their place offer visitors the opportunity to uncover authentic natural Read more
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    Four Argentina Itineraries for 10-Day & Shorter Trips

    With a total extension of 2.784.400 km2, Argentina is one of the world`s largest countries. It has also been declared by the WWF one of the countries with the greatest wealth and natural biodiversity in the world. Due to the latitudinal extension and the diverstity of reliefs. Argentina has a great variety of climates - it extends to a tropical climate in the far north and subpolar in the far south (including polar climate if we consider the Read more
  • Ibera Wetlands, Argentina as seen from the air Argentina

    Guarani Words in Modern Places: Ibera, Iguazu & Beyond

    The Ibera Wetlands and Iguazu Falls are two of the most breathtaking natural landscapes of Argentina: both harbor a vast variety of flora and fauna and offer amazing landscapes. These destinations also share a rich history thanks to their indigenous inhabitants, the Guaraní, whose legacy can be seen today in the region's gastronomy, religious customs, and in the many Guarani words used to describe everything from popular dishes to local Read more
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    Travel to Iguazu Falls: This is your chance to Win a Trip!

     Say Hueque Argentina Journeys, wants you to discover this amazing destination visited by thousands of tourists every year! So, from now until January 31, make sure to participate in our exclusive contest to WIN a Trip to Iguazu!!   How can you participate? Follow the next steps: Enter our website: http://www.sayhueque.com Scroll down and subscribe to our newsletter. You are already participating for the chance to Read more
  • South America Destinations: Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia Argentina

    Top South America Destinations: Patagonia & Beyond

    The tropical regions of South America are full of sandy beaches and exotic jungles…but travel farther south and you will find a very different landscape, full of incredible rock formations and glaciers. For the adventurous traveler, Patagonia and the surrounding regions are undoubtedly the best South America destinations. The southern part of the continent is home to some incredible landscapes. And although less diverse than their northern 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
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    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
  • Buenos Aires Tours Cabildo Argentina

    Chao, Reciprocity Fee!

    Reciprocity what? That is right, for those of you that don’t know this is great news for U.S. travelers coming to Argentina. A Reciprocity fee is basically a fine that all U.S. passport holders had to pay upon entering Argentina. The reciprocity fee was originally instated in 2009 under Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's presidency and targets those countries where Argentine citizens had to pay an entrance fee. Seems fair enough right? If you Read more