RANCHES IN PATAGONIA – 10 DAYS IN ARGENTINA
This route features time in the city, excellent food, various animals and stunning Patagonia as the main star. The adventure starts in the city of Buenos Aires, where visitors will enjoy a great number of outdoor spaces and events suitable for all ages. The gem of the plan, though, is surely Puerto Madryn, which offers visitors the fascinating experience of coming in close contact with penguíns, dolphins, sea lions, whales (depending on the season), among many other species.
All of this while staying in some of the most outstanding ranches in the region, which guarantees comfort and peace of mind for everyone. And, to give a grand finale to this trip, we travel to Calafate to contemplate the Perito Moreno glacier and the breathtaking scenery surrounding it.
FAMILY TRIP IN NATURE – 12 DAYS IN ARGENTINA
Just like the name of the tour suggests, this option is an invitation to come in close contact with the flora and fauna of the country, while staying in comfortable lodges with astonishing views and what’s more important, while engaging in activities and events that will complement every stretch of the route.
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Again, the first stop will be in the city of Buenos Aires, with the chance to see a tango show and witness the characteristic multiculturalism of this metropolis. From Buenos Aires, we fly to the majestic Iguazu Falls, whose walkways and trails in the midst of the rainforest, incidentally, are baby-stroller and wheelchair friendly. The next destination on the route will be the Ibera Wetlands, a natural treasure trove in Argentina. Further south, we will be visiting Puerto Madryn in Patagonia. At the center of the stage, this time, will be Punta Tombo, home to one of the largest colonies of penguins in the continent.
Gran Meliá Hotel – Iguazú
ROAD TRIP – 15 DAYS IN ARGENTINA
One big favorite option among travelers is that of touring the country by car: reaching the main destinations by plane, but opting for a road trip to visit the different attractions in the area at their own pace.
Whether it is to the South, driving through Península Valdés, Calafate, El Chaltén, even Ushuaia, or all the way to the North, visiting Iguazu. And why not a bike ride in the city of Buenos Aires?
1. Always carry a copy of everyone’s documents with you.
2. Find out about vaccines and local requirements in advance.
3. Be practical when packing.
4. It is always useful to carry a first-aid kit with you.
5. It is always useful to carry some snacks and candies while traveling too.
6. Before setting off on an excursion, find out which is the most suitable clothing (at times you may need to carry a change of clothes with you).