• landscape_in_argentina-wallpaper-3840x2160 Argentina

    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
  • 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
  • Travel to Argentina: We have It All Argentina

    Travel to Argentina: We have It All

    So you’re thinking of your next trip, trying to decide if you want beach, mountains, desert, romantic, family-friendly, the list goes on. Well what if I told you that Argentina has it all? But really, if there’s one thing this country can boast about, it’s its variety. Argentina has a bit of every climate, a bit of every scenery and a melting pot of diversity. So where do you go depending on what you want? Where to start? Here’s the Read more
  • Travel to Argentina: Get Your Desert On Argentina

    Travel to Argentina: Get Your Desert On

    Planning to travel to Argentina? When you think Argentinian landscapes, maybe the first thing that pops into your head is Patagonia. When you think Chile, maybe the first thing you think of are the beaches along the mighty blue waters of the Pacific. And when you think Bolivia, maybe you think of the lush Amazon rainforest. However, vast desert terrain spreads from the Northwest of Argentina, the Northeast of Chile, and the throughout the Read more
  • Argentina Attractions That Will Give You Serious Wanderlust Argentina

    Argentina Attractions That Will Give You Wanderlust

    When it comes to geography and types of landscapes, climate and terrain Argentina is about as diverse at it gets. From dry desert to arctic mountains, tropical forest to Pacific sea, Argentina’s got it all. Argentina is an adventure full of natural beauty just waiting to be explored. Rugged backpackers and family vacationers, honeymooners and soul-searchers-- no matter who you are, these three Argentina attractions will give you serious Read more
  • Destinations in Argentina for Foodies Argentina

    Best Destinations in Argentina for Foodies

    If you travel to Argentina on vacation, you’re assuming the risk of feeling, more than once, that you’re going to explode after a copious (and usually delicious) meal. It is said that many tourists are seen asking for the check while they drag themselves through the floor of the best restaurants, like the Latino version of The Walking Dead. Ok, maybe I’m exaggerating a bit, but it goes without saying that one of the main reasons to choose Read more
  • What Not To Miss on your Trip to Salta Salta & Jujuy

    What Not to Miss on Your Trip to Salta

    History, gastronomy, nature, culture, ecology, adventure… It doesn’t matter what you prefer as a traveler: at the very top of Argentina, to the west, awaits a province that can offer you almost everything. Yes, I’m speaking about Salta. Despite being 1,500 kilometers away from Buenos Aires, there’s hardly another province in the country where you have so many possibilities, and where you can especially enjoy its customs, its food and Read more
  • Experience Culture on Salta Vacations Argentina

    5 Ways to Experience Culture on Your Salta Vacations

    Fifteen hundred kilometers northwest from Buenos Aires, sharing its borders with six provinces and three countries, and harboring up to five different climates, stands the unique province of Salta: one of the best examples of the Latin American mixture in the whole country. [caption id="attachment_3829" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Salta is an outdoor lover's paradise![/caption] Squeezed between huge mountains rises its capital of the Read more
  • Affordable Trips to Argentina Argentina

    5 Affordable Trips to Argentina and Beyond

    We know, we know: the idea of vacation in and of itself makes your wallet cringe. It's redundant to go on vacation when you're worrying too much about the budget to actually enjoy your surroundings. Whether it’s with your whole family, just one other person or a solo trip, the commercialized “getaway” has many, many dollar signs in front of it. Add an international vaca on top of that, and you think you’ll probably be close to Read more
  • The snow capped peaks and daily wine tours make Mendoza a perfect destination in the winter Argentina

    Best Places to Visit in Argentina in the Winter

    When you are looking to escape the unbearable summer heat, a trip to visit Argentina in the winter may just be what you need! Since Argentina is located in the Southern Hemisphere, its seasons are opposite of those countries located in the Northern Hemisphere. This means reversed weather seasons for visitors from North America and Europe! Winter months of June, July, and August are a great time to travel to Argentina. Argentina in the winter Read more
  • Iglesia San Francisco Salta & Jujuy

    Recommended Things to do in Salta’s Historic Capital City

    If you are planning on travelling to northwest Argentina, you are bound to spend at least a few days in the city of Salta. Capital of the Salta province and one of the largest cities in the entire region, there are plenty of things to do in Salta. The charming colonial town is filled with history, culture, and surrounded by breathtaking views of northwest Argentina landscape. From authentic restaurants to traditional art museums, you will never Read more
  • Quebrada del Rio de las Conchas Salta & Jujuy

    Jujuy Weather

    Bordering Bolivia and Chile in the uppermost northwestern province of Argentina, Jujuy weather can be quite fluxuating. To help plan your trip accordingly, it is very useful to take a look at typical Jujuy weather throughout the year.  [caption id="attachment_5942" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Jujuy is filled with beautiful sites[/caption] Jujuy has a warm, temperate climate with dry winters and hot summers. Since the province is arid Read more