• Keep your eyes open for unique animals like the toucan while on our Power of Nature tour Argentina

    4 Top Spots to See Wildlife in Argentina

    Are you an animal lover? Or are you someone who wants a break from the concrete jungle? Either way, you must visit Argentina. The country is dotted with areas that have vast open spaces for friendly fauna to wander around freely. Additionally, the Argentineans have also created many wildlife sanctuaries to protect the beautiful natives of their land. From flamingos, armadillos, jaguars to whales, penguins and ancient sea turtles, Read more
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    7 Tips for Visiting Iguazu

    Waterfalls are always a somewhat magical phenomenom and make every hike a little more special than just walking on a trail. However, when you have some of the largest waterfalls in the world placed in a tropical jungle climate, the phenomenon takes on a whole different level of incredible. That is what it is like to experience Iguazu Falls.  [caption id="attachment_2311" align="aligncenter" width="700"] A wideshot of the Iguazu 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
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    4 Photo Tips for Iguazu Falls

    Iguazu is one of the wonders of the world, and for good reason, this national park that is shared by Brazil and Argentina boasts some of the most powerful waterfalls in the world. In fact, the water from these falls helps generate energy for Argentina, Brazil and neighboring Paraguay. With a feat of nature so incredible, be sure to take advantage of our top photo tips. Take pictures of the fall strategically When you have a longer Read more
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    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
  • Abseiling or rappelling into a crevasse on Glacier Viedma. Part of the Patagonian South Ice field, Los Glacieres National Park. Santa Cruz Province, Argentina. This is a World Heritage site. Argentina

    Argentina Vacations for the Adrenaline Junkie

    If you are looking for a holiday off the beaten track,  Argentina is a wildly vast country with enough adventure-driven vacations to knock your socks off. Argentina vacations offer a wide range of options of every type of adrenaline junkie, whether you want to get wet and wild or high and dry, this open landscape will suit any adrenaline appetite. Buenos Aires might not seem like the ideal destination for those adventure-loving, thrill-seeking 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
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    Vacations with Toddlers in Argentina

    The joys of having children are numerous. Watching them learn and grow, knowing that as parents you have the ability to shape and influence the world they grow up in, is an exciting possibility. Travel from an early age is something that will positively affect small children for the rest of their lives. They see new and strange people, try different foods, and subconsciously learn to embrace future travels. What more could a parent Read more
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    Exciting News Tidbits for the Argentina Side of Iguazu Falls

    This year, Iguazu National Park is full of exciting news for its visitors. We have re-openings, incredible new lookouts, and full-blown restorations. If you're planning a trip to the Argentina side of Iguazu Falls, you won't want to skip over this must-have info! First of all, the upper trail has been extended by one kilometer and now has an incredible balcony over the San Martin fall. From this balcony, it feels like you’re about to be swept Read more
  • Argentina Vacations: Perfect day in Iguazu Falls Iguazu

    Argentina Vacations: Your Perfect Day in Iguazu

    At the very northeast of Argentina, just on the border of Brazil, awaits one of the natural wonders of the world: the Iguazu Falls. Traveling the 1.300 kilometers that separate Buenos Aires from the oldest national park of the country (besides Nahuel Huapi, which was also founded in 1934) is definitely worth it when the “award” are these amazing waterfalls which are even higher and wider than the Niagara or Victoria Falls. Located in 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