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    One week on a budget in Argentina

      A  trip  to  Argentina  is  likely  to  be  pricey.  Its  economy  sways like  a  pendulum  and  you  never  know  the costs  until  you  step  into  the  country. So  do  you  drop  your  travelling  plans? No,  instead  of  crossing  Argentina  off  the list  make  a  game  plan  to  combat  the  rising  prices  and  walk  out without  a  dent  in  the  bank, you just have to Read more
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    Ski in Argentina: The Best of the Best

    Argentina’s terrain is incredibly diverse. It’s home to glaciers, waterfalls, mountains, wetlands, deserts,salt flats, ocean, wine country and the list goes on and on. The benefits never end, as there’s something to do all year round! Winter in Argentina is a season to look forward to and not one to dread as in other parts of the year. Why? Simple: break out your skis (or rent some) and enjoy the incredible snowy scenery from the top of Read more
  • The snow capped peaks and daily wine tours make Mendoza a perfect destination in the winter Argentina

    Where to go and what to do during Argentina’s 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.  Winter months of June, July, and August are a great time to travel to Argentina. Argentina in the winter has varying climates, from mild temperatures in the north to ice glaciers in the Read more
  • Fly Fishing in Bariloche Patagonia

    Best Fly Fishing in Argentina

    Argentina is popularly known for providing one of the best fly fishing destinations in the world. And there is no doubt about it as the beautiful lakes and rivers of Argentina offer the best fishing experience. Fishing enthusiasts keep coming back to enjoy this one-of-its-kind sport. Below we bring to you, some of the best places where you can also enjoy fly fishing in Argentina. 1.     Kau Tapen Lodge Kau Tapen literally means the Read more
  • Find out Ushuaia Tours! Mountains, Lakes & great Flora. Patagonia

    What to do in Ushuaia

    Holding the title of the world’s southernmost city, Ushuaia is another completely unique part of Argentina and one of its most popular tourist destinations. Once an important hub for European commerce, today Ushuaia is largely uninhabited, making it an ideal tourist haven for travelers looking to explore its unique location and scenic views. You can jump aboard a boat to cruise around the southern tip of the continent to enjoy beautiful Read more
  • Optional Tours in Puerto Madryn Patagonia

    Puerto Madryn Top Tips

    Famous for its arctic wildlife, Puerto Madryn is Argentina’s prime location for  whale watching. Located on the Golfo Nuevo, which is formed by the Valdes Peninsula and Punta Ninfas,  Puerto Madryn offers numerous excursions for tourists looking to explore the natural wonders of the region and the creatures that inhabit it. [caption id="attachment_7851" align="alignnone" width="625"] Puerto Madryn, Argentina: Whale at Playa el Read more
  • Kayaking: adventurous things to do in Torres del Paine Patagonia

    Torres del Paine Top Tips

    Named the 5th most beautiful place in the world by the National Geographic Magazine, the Torres del Paine National Park is another phenomenal destination in Patagonia. In fact, this national park may be one of the most popular in Chile. This top destination has recieved international fame as Chile has turned into one of the top countries to travel to in 2018. Bordering Argentina’s Los Glaciares National Park to the north, this Read more
  • El Chalten Hiking Must Dos Patagonia

    Incredible Hikes in El Chalten

    For visitors interested in hiking while in Patagonia, the premiere destination for doing so is  El Chalten. Located within the Los Glaciares National Park at the base of some of the area’s tallest mountains, Chalten is rightfully referred to as the  hiking capital of Argentina. Largely isolated from the rest of the country, visitors who wish to make a stop in Chalten must  travel through Calafate because there is no airport in Chalten, Read more
  • El Calafate, Perito Moreno Glacier Patagonia

    4 Things to do in Calafate

    Although there is not a single route that is better than others when traveling through Patagonia, many visitors begin their Patagonian expedition in El Calafate, which is located in the northern part of Patagonia. For this reason, El Calafate has earned itself the title of  ‘Gateway to Patagonia.’  Though don’t let this moniker fool you; Calafate is much more than just a gateway. Rather, the village of Calafate is surrounded by Read more
  • Hiking is one of the most popular things to do in Bariloche Patagonia

    4 Things to Do in Bariloche

    Bariloche is one of those special places that you feel lucky to have discovered. Sitting on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi and surrounded by scenic mountains, Bariloche (actually, San Carlos de Bariloche) is the capital of Argentina's Lake District. It is known for its great hiking, winter skiing and surprisingly, to some of the best, homemade chocolate in South America, courtesy of the original Swiss and German settlers. If you are planning a Read more
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    Penguins in Patagonia: 3 Spots to Know

    Patagonia is home to so many incredible animals, but one of our favorite creates that we can find in Southern Argentina are penguins! We're calling all penguin lovers of the world to discover these black and white flightless birds in their natural habitat. We've pulled a list together of our three top spots to see Magellanic Penguins in Argentina. Punta Tombo Punta Tombo is the place to go if you want to see more penguins than you can Read more