• El Chalten Hiking Must Dos Argentina

    Best Travel Apps When You Don’t Have Wi-Fi

    Though purists may say nothing can replace a printed topographic map, the world’s leading smartphone apps are getting close. Technology is making it easier than ever to get lost in an adventure without getting lost in the wilderness, and there are plenty of ways to enjoy these benefits even when you’ve ventured to signal-free zones. Try one of these useful apps on your next remote mountain trek, camping trip, or deep-sea dive to stay Read more
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    The 2017 Tango Festival is Almost Here!

    It's that magical time of year again - the 2017 Tango Festival is almost here! [caption id="attachment_2793" align="alignnone" width="640"] Tango Dancers Performing the Traditional Tango[/caption] Visitors from all over the world will flock to Buenos Aires from August 10 through August 23 for the city’s international tango festival. The annual event is a huge spectacle including two weeks of performances from 600 artists in 42 Read more
  • Say Hueque in the Travel + Leisure Travel Sweepstakes News

    Vote for Say Hueque in Travel + Leisure “World’s Best” Travel Sweepstakes

    If you are a Say Hueque traveler, don't miss this chance to tell the world what a great time you had in Argentina...and to win some incredible prizes! Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards Travel + Leisure's is hosting it's annual "World's Best" travel sweepstakes, and Say Hueque is a contender for the World's Best Tour Operator category! T+L's "World's Best" awards are given across a variety of categories, including everything from best Read more
  • Say Hueque wins Travel Awards with Argentina tours News

    Say Hueque Wins Stride Travel Awards, Including Top Trip of 2017!

    The Say Hueque Argentina Journeys team would like to thank our friends at Stride Travel for recognizing two of our trips in the first ever Stride Standout Awards! Stride is an up-and-coming adventure travel platform that allows users to search and review tour packages from around the globe. Stride works with more than 400 travel companies, and they offer nearly 9,000 unique tours on their site. Say Hueque's partnership with Stride began in 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
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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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Mendoza vacations photo Mendoza

    Planning Mendoza Vacations during the 2016 Airport Closure

    Get all the information you need to plan your Mendoza vacations during the September - December 2016 Mendoza Airport closure.  Mendoza, heart of the wine region in Argentina, home to some of the most spectacular Andean landscapes, exotic thermal mountain spas and an exhilarating extreme sports hub, is all suddenly more difficult to access during Argentina's spring/summer months. Unfortunately, the Mendoza airport is set for a refurb and Read more
  • Casa de Tucuman Argentina

    Argentina Independence Day

    Get ready to celebrate the Argentina Independence Day Bicentennial, arguably one of the most important Argentina holidays! On July 9, 1816, in the Casa Histórica de la Independencia in Tucuman, Argentina officially declared independence from Spain. The rest, as they say, is history. 200 years later, find out how you can join in the festivities! [caption id="attachment_7583" align="aligncenter" width="853"] Casa Histórica de la Read more
  • Travel to Argentina National Parks Argentina

    Exciting News Tidbits for the Argentina Side of Iguazu Falls

    This year, Iguazu National Park is full of exciting news for its visitors. We have re-openings, incredible new lookouts, and full-blown restorations. If you're planning a trip to the Argentina side of Iguazu Falls, you won't want to skip over this must-have info! First of all, the upper trail has been extended by one kilometer and now has an incredible balcony over the San Martin fall. From this balcony, it feels like you’re about to be swept Read more
  • Legacy of Doug Tompkins Argentina

    The Legacy of Doug Tompkins in South America

    Doug Tompkins, known as the founder of The North Face brand, is also a passionate, inspirational environmentalist. Having spent years in Patagonia, he took the concerns he had about the environment into his own hands. Tompkins worked on many projects to better the ecosystem in southern Chile as well as in the northeast of Argentina. Interestingly enough, Tompkins was a high school dropout and self-proclaimed adrenaline junkie. Four years Read more