• Argentina

    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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    2019 Eclipses

    What is an Eclipse? If you've been searching for a reason to travel to Argentina, we've got one that's out of this world! On your list of things to do in Argentina, viewing the 2019 total solar eclipse should occupy the #1 spot. This natural spectacle is sure to be visually stunning regardless of your understanding, but is even more incredible when you can comprehend the science behind its unusual occurrence. An eclipse is an Read more
  • Mendoza

    The 5 Best Mendoza Wineries

    If you’re a wine lover, it probably goes without saying that you need to put Argentina on your travel list, but if you’re not totally in love with this delicious drink just yet, we are confident that Argentina will change your mind. We have many provinces which specialize in the art and science of the vine culture and are responsible for the magic that is produced in the country (Mendoza, Salta, San Juan, Río Negro, La Rioja and Catamarca). Read more
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    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
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    4 Unexpected Wines You need to try in Argentina

    With over 6 provinces growing a variety of grapes and an intriguing culture filled with foods and drinks, Argentina is famous for its wine and wineries, specially Mendoza vineyards. It is the fifth largest wine producing region in the world but it is more popular for the premium quality of its wine rather than the quantity. Some of the most famous wines of the country come from the province of Cafayate, Mendoza and Patagonia. If you like wine, Read more
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    Women Empowerment on the wine world: Susana Balbo

    “Our philosophy is to combine our deep knowledge of Argentina’s diverse terroirs and our team’s talent in expressing the unique characteristics of each varietal, soil and climate through our winemaking.” Susana Balbo With a restless spirit and strong convictions, Susana Balbo challenged the social conventions of the time and decided to become professional in winemaking. In this way in 1981 she received a degree in Oenology with Read more
  • Argentina

    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
  • Mendoza

    6 Activities in Mendoza

    Located in the western region of Argentina, Mendoza is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.  Home to more than 12000 wineries and a portion of the Andes Mountain range, Mendoza is not only beautiful but also has a high class international wine reputation. [caption id="attachment_1274" align="aligncenter" width="625"] Explore the Vineyards and Mountains of Mendoza[/caption] From hiking and sightseeing in the Andes Read more
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    What to do in Mendoza If You Don’t Drink Wine

    Mendoza, the capital of the Mendoza province, is the largest wine producer and distributor in all of Argentina. The city’s basic attraction is wine and wine tours. As much as two third of the wine produced in Argentina comes from Mendoza. However, if you think that the only attraction is wine gardens, think again. 1. Visit the Aconcauga Mountain Aconcauga National Park is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Mendoza. Home to the Read more
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    National Wine Day in Mendoza

    Wine enthusiasts rejoice, because today is National Wine Day! While it's unclear when and how this unofficial holiday first began, there are plenty of people around the world who celebrate regardless of its origins. To see social media content from years past, simple search the #NationalWineDay hashtag on your favorite social media platform (there are currently more than 70,000 posts on Instagram alone)! [caption id="attachment_1824" Read more
  • Mendoza Wine Tours: Enjoyin lunch in a Vineyard Mendoza

    What to Pack for Mendoza

    Some people visit Argentina to learn how to tango in Buenos Aires, some prefer to hit the slopes in Bariloche, while others come to trek through the breathtaking surroundings of Torres del Paine. But, if you speak to anyone who has visited Mendoza, they will insist that the destination claims the top spot on your “places to visit” wish list while in Argentina. The province of Mendoza is known as one of the top wine-producing regions Read more
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    Reccommended Mendoza Day Trips

    You've probably heard of Mendoza, the world famous wine country in Argentina. But what exactly is Mendoza? The Mendoza region is so much more than the capital city of Mendoza. Many visitors stay in the city, but some of the best sights to see (like wineries!) are outside of the city center in the more rural parts of the province. Partaking in a few Mendoza day trips during your stay will increase your knowledge of the region and your love for Read more