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    Argentina Wildlife: North vs. South

    A country with a surface area of almost three million square kilometers is the perfect crib for an infinite variety of climates, habitants, flora and fauna. Across the 3,000 kilometers that separate the North from the South of Argentina, you can discover unique environments and wildlife, composed of both native species and those that arrived during the prehistoric age and decided to stay in this chaotic but amazing land. Read more
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    Four Argentina Itineraries for 10-Day & Shorter Trips

    With a total area of 1,730,146 miles², 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 its latitudinal extension and wide diversity of geography, 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 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? Looking for Patagonia tours?  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 Read more
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    The ultimate quiz to know if you are a responsible traveller

    Have you ever thought about making a real change in the world? We have all heard about the famous “make a baby, plant a tree, write a book”. In the 3.0 version of the popular saying we should add “...write a book and choose to be a responsible travel”. What’s a responsible traveller? To answer to this questions we have to define what’s “sustainable tourism” (something you may heard about in the last past few years), and Read more
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    Talk like a Local: Slang of Argentina

    Looking for Argentina Travel tips? 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? 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 Argentine 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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    5 Ways Christmas in Argentina is Unique

    Spending Christmas away from home is almost always unique one way or another. For those of us dreaming of a white Christmas, it may be customary to imagine snow on the ground, a warm fire, and spending quality time with family. While for others, a magical Christmas could mean travelling to tropical locations to escape the bitter cold and trade it in for a cool cocktail and some well-deserved R&R. For those of us finding that we may be Read more
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    New Airlines Routes to Argentina

    Being the eight largest country in the world, Argentina has undoubtedly a wide variety of promising tourist attractions to offer. Those who visit the country will always be left craving for more no matter how elaborate their tour might have been. From its graceful architecture, appetite-gratifying steaks, enchanting wines and tango, to a game of soccer, heavenly nature’s spots and several World Heritage sites, you can rest assured that 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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    Top destinations you can go on a student budget

    Are you an international student boarding in South America? Is there a long weekend that’s coming up? Then you are most likely on a tight student budget. One that prevents you from going out and about the beautiful country you are staying in. It is either stay home or go broke sort of situation! Well, it would be if you do not change your perspective. The best holidays are the unpredictable ones; the best memories usually don’t cost a Read more
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    Honeymoon in Patagonia – The Ultimate Guide

    Every region in Argentina is unique in its own way, and what you find in one, you can’t find in another. Likewise, Patagonia in Argentina is one of the most enormous regions with the most unique and mesmerizing sights.  Patagonia is unique in its landscapes, with humongous snow capped mountains and shimmering rivers. You’ll find off the beaten paths, and uninhabited lands that nearly seem untouched. Or you’ll find habitats and forests Read more