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    Talk like a Local: Slang of Argentina

    Visiting Argentina? Here’s traveling tip 101: Antes de viajar a Argentina, es importante saber el lunfardo que se habla en el país. In case you don’t know Spanish and didn’t understand what was said above, there’s no need to worry. We are saying, before traveling to Argentina, it’s important to know lunfardo (the slang of Argentina). ’So, your command over Spanish is at par with those who speak the language natively? That might Read more
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    The ‘Secret’ Closed Door Restaurants of Buenos Aires

    Imagine walking into a stranger’s home and sitting down for dinner. And rather than being pushed out by the residents, being treated like royalty and served a full course meal instead. Sounds weird, right? But this is a typical culinary experience in Buenos Aires. Known as "Restaurant  A puertas cerradas" ‘the closed-door restaurants’, there are chefs interspersed throughout the city who will willingly make an elaborate and delicious Read more
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    Amazing Photos in Patagonia

    Dreaming of taking amazing photos in Patagonia? If you are an ardent lover of nature and are heading to Patagonia any time soon, chances are you already have your camera and tripod ready. Spread across Argentina and Chile, the Patagonian region is home to stunning sunsets and sunrises, rich grasslands, gushing waterfalls, icy glaciers, and amazingly tall mountains. However, it is also famous for its rugged terrain that might make it Read more
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    How to be Eco-Friendly on Vacation?

    Do you like travelling a lot? Then you must do it for the awe-inspiring sights, picturesque views, and lush green landscapes. These places appear more wonderful because of the clear blue waters and the fresh air and because, luckily, there are lot of people that are e Eco-Friendly on Vacation. Are we right? Because...what if the freshwaters turn murky and the land becomes filthy. Then what? You would most likely stop visiting these Read more
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    Tips For Women Solo Travelers in Argentina and Chile

    Are you excited for your first solo trip to South America? This guide is design for Women solo Travelers and we hope you find it useful! The thrill of travelling alone is incomparable. It is a squabble-free trip where you are your own boss. You do not have to worry about bickering matches with siblings, parents leading the way or friends pressuring you into trying trendy things.       In some parts of the world, Read more
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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
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    7 Things to Pack for Argentina

    Excited about your upcoming trip to Argentina and Chile? Need to pack your bags? We’re here to help!  [caption id="attachment_2571" align="aligncenter" width="700"] View Bariloche from Cerro Campanario while hiking the Circuito Chico trai[/caption] Bring a variety of clothes Because Argentina makes up a huge stretch of geography, you can face everything from snowstorms to tropical jungle and desert climates, depending on where Read more
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    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
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    5 Things to Do With Toddlers

    Traveling as a family can be both fun and rewarding, but it can also be a huge challenge. From worrying about different activities you need to plan to all the logistics to ensure a seamless trip, being a parent is hard. Luckily, we have one of the best trip ideas for when you're seeing the world with a toddler in tow: a visit to an Argentine Estancia! We pulled together a list of what you can do at your next estancia visit with a Read more
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    3 Incredible National Parks in Patagonia

    Patagonia is an incredible destination shared between Argentina and Chile. This area is rich in national parks where the natural beauty is astounding. The biggest take away of these desolate areas is the untouched beauty, also known as the National Parks.  When planning your trip to Patagonia it can be hard to know exactly what national park is where and which ones you must visit, so, we broke down three of our favorite national parks found Read more