• Argentina

    Where To Go During Argentina’s Winter

    When you are looking to escape the unbearable summer heat, a trip to visit Argentina in the winter may be just 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 frigid lows in the Read more
  • Other Destinations

    What to Do and Where to Go During Chilean Winter

    Are you planning to go to Chile this winter? Great! Are you looking for fun things that you can do there to make the most of your vacation? Obviously everyone wants to make their vacation fun and memorable. And you want nothing less than that, too. So, here’s a list that you can follow to spend quality time in winter in Chile. [caption id="attachment_6148" align="alignnone" width="1000"] If you're feeling adventurous, try your hand at Read more
  • Buenos Aires

    4 Things to Do in Buenos Aires in Winter

    Many times winter in Buenos Aires is overlooked as a less than opportune time to visit the city. Temperatures drop, there are less people and action on the street, and restaurants’ rooftop terrazas close (oh no!). However don’t despair, because winter in Buenos Aires has plenty of exciting activities to keep you busy in the colder months of June, July, and August. The city is calmer and more relaxed, which makes sightseeing even easier. Read more
  • Patagonia

    Visiting Patagonia In The Winter

    While it might be true that Argentina’s Patagonia region is known for its cold climate, glaciers and close proximity to Antarctica, a common misconception of Patagonia is that it is too cold to visit during the winter. Many people assume that the summer is the only time of year for visiting Patagonia, but in reality Patagonia is a great place to visit all year around. The truth of the matter is, while it is certainly cold in the winter, there Read more
  • Buenos Aires

    Weather In Argentina

    What is the weather like in Argentina? How about in Buenos Aires specifically? What is the weather in Patagonia? In order to know when will be the best time to travel to Argentina, you should know the following... Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world, and as such, the weather in Argentina varies greatly according to when and where one travels in Argentina. There are significant differences in temperature from the North of Read more
  • Patagonia

    Packing For Patagonia, Argentina

    Traveling to Argentine Patagonia and don’t know what to pack? Don't worry—we’ve got you covered. The most important thing you need to consider before packing for Patagonia, Argentina is the intense and constantly-changing weather. Remember, summer in the Northern Hemisphere is winter in the Southern Hemisphere, so a lot depends on when you’re planning to travel. [caption id="attachment_1218" align="aligncenter" width="717"] Ice Hiking Read more
  • Argentina

    When to Travel to Argentina

    When to Travel to Argentina? This is an important question to consider, especially knowing that Argentina is a massive country that covers much of the South American continent. In fact, not only is it one of the most diverse landscapes but it is also the 2nd largest country in South America. As such, the weather in Argentina varies greatly according to where in the country you are and when you travel to Argentina. There are Read more
  • Argentina

    The Top 10 National Parks to Visit in Argentina

    Argentina is the eighth-biggest country in the world and within its 2,780,400 square kilometers exists magnificent bio and geographical diversity. The National Parks Administration is the agency that preserves and manages these areas, a total of 37 protected spaces that occupy almost 4% of the total Argentinian territory. Visiting some of these natural wilderness areas is a must for any traveler looking for a special experience. The local Read more
  • Argentina

    Argentina Landscape, Weather & Culture

    Argentina is one of the largest countries in South America, with a stunning north to south expanse of 9,376 km of diverse terrain. The Argentina landscape is extremely varied and ranges from steep Patagonian snow-capped mountains to tropical jungles and waterfalls. Argentina is divided into seven geographical regions, each with its own climate, topography and local culture. The wide range in Argentina's landscape allows visitors to have Read more
  • Events

    The Stargazing Sites in Argentina and Chile

    Looking for Things to do in Patagonia? Maybe stargazing jump on the list but this is not the only place.. Did you know that almost half of all telescopes can be found in Chile? If anything at all, this makes the country one of the most ideal and romantic places for some serious stargazing. Another excellent place for stargazing is none other than Argentina. With its clear, dark skies, you will be left in utter awe at the Read more
  • Mendoza Vacations Landscape Events

    Best Time for Mendoza Wine Tours

    Argentina is chock-full of amazing places, views, culinary adventures, and more. It seems that for every long holiday we have down here, I’m eagerly packing my bags to explore another nook of the country I’ve never been to. Whether it be the big destinations such as the snow-capped mountains in Bariloche (Patagonia), the crashing sound of waterfalls in Misiones (Iguazu Waterfalls), or the mountain range colored in red in Salta, there is an Read more
  • Patagonia

    The most romantic getaways in Argentina

    Looking for some Patagonia information to find the perfect romantic getaway for you and your better-half? Romance is one of the best humans traditions. Nothing compares to a cuddle beneath a starlit sky, a homemade breakfast in bed or a shared glass of wine in a fine restaurant or among vineyards with their mountainous backdrop. When was the last time you had any of those romantic experiences? If there’s no quick answer and you’re still Read more