Tours & Trips

Argentina is a huge country, full of diverse landscapes, natural beauty, a fascinating history and rich culture, offering something for every type of traveler.

Within its vast expanse lie the hemisphere’s highest peak, Patagonia’s bright blue glaciers, the thundering Iguazu Falls, the fertile wine country, the colorful canyons of Salta, the vast Pampas grasslands, and the rugged coastal regions teeming with marine life.

At the southernmost tip, Ushuaia and the territory of Tierra del Fuego offer more wild frontiers for nature lovers to explore

A land of strikingly diverse landscapes and a unique mix of European and indigenous influences, there are a lot of reasons Argentina entrances travelers.

Outdoor adventurers find thrills in extreme trekking amid mountain vistas and coastlines.

Culinary enthusiasts will find Michelin-acclaimed restaurants and world-class Malbecs.

Lovers of nightlife can revel until dawn in the cities’ many dance clubs.

Art lovers find endless museums to explore, many free or practically free to enter.

Argentina’s amazing diversity means there are unforgettable experiences just waiting to astound every type of traveler.

Curated Argentina Trips for the Adventurous Traveler

Begin your trip in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, with its European-style architecture, beautiful public squares such as Plaza De Mayo, sultry tango halls and passion for Argentine soccer.

The city has both world-class museums and awe-inspiring street art with, huge murals, taking it to its highest form here.

Nature lovers can travel to the majestic Iguazu Falls, spend a day horseback riding at a ranch, or visit the glaciers of Patagonia and wildlife on the coast.

For nature enthusiasts, marvel at the majestic Iguazu Falls, gallop through scenic ranches on horseback, witness the glaciers of Patagonia, or spot diverse wildlife along the coast.

Venture into the Andean Lakes region around Bariloche for hiking, skiing, and whitewater rafting adventures amidst breathtaking mountain vistas.

Wine connoisseurs and outdoor sport enthusiasts should head to the rolling hills of Mendoza.

Those who love colorful otherwordly landscapes and Andean culture can’t miss the dessert landscapes of Salta and Jujuy.

With 20 years in Argentina and 15 years of helping travelers, we intimately know the country’s best tours and destinations.

With our trusted partners, visitors can enjoy a safe, hassle-free, and great-value trip that unveils Argentina’s authentic spirit.

Two or Three Days in Iguazu

Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Iguazu Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, from both Argentina and Brazil.

On the Brazilian side, enjoy panoramic views that capture the grandeur of this natural wonder.

On the Argentinean side get ready for day hikes that bring you up close to the cascading waterfalls, guided by a knowledgeable local who knows how to avoid the crowds and get you up close to the jungle.

A two-day tour offers the perfect balance to see both sides of the falls, while extending your stay to two nights and three days allows for a more relaxed pace and additional exploration time.

Keep in mind that boat tours may not run if the conditions aren’t safe, adding an element of adventure and unpredictability to your Iguazu Falls experience that makes a third day worth considering.

2-Day Tour Highlights

Two-Day Tour by Locals

Duration:Two days
General Info:All transfers, Guided Tours, Argentina +Brazil
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️+
Price: $185

Three-Day All Inclusive

Duration:Two days
General Info:All transfers, flights, 4-star hotel, local guide

Six-Days Iguazu Falls & Tango

In Buenos Aires, explore the city’s highlights downtown and the city’s historic neighborhoods with a bilingual local guide, indulge in a traditional dinner, and witness the passion of a tango show in the birthplace of the dance.

Then, travel to Puerto Iguazu to visit the Argentine side of Iguazu National Park, home to the iconic waterfalls and dense jungle.

Cross the border to Brazil for a panoramic view of the vast falls before returning to Buenos Aires.

Airport transfers, 3-star accommodation, and meals included, this tour with the best local company offers an easygoing, unforgettable Argentine adventure.


Tour Six Days Buenos Aires + Iguazu Falls
Duration:Two Days
General Info:All Transfers, Tours, Tango Show, Meals, 3-Star Hotel

Price:US $1,217.00

Argentina Northwest and Mendoza Wine Country

Start off with two days in Buenos Aires enjoying steak, tango and the sizzling city streets including the historic neighborhoods of San Telmo and La Boca.

You’ll then fly to Salta’s capital city with its well-preserved colonial architecture lively open-air restaurants and traditional folklore music scene. the trip will then head to the head dessert plains of Salta, dotted by small villages and historic ruins.

Stops include Campo Quijano, Quebrada del Toro, the pre-Incan village of Santa Rosa de Tastil and the tiny village of San Antonio de los Cobres before reaching Salinas Grandes, or Great Salt Flats.

A night will be spent in the charming colorful town of Purmamarca before heading to the UNESCO Heritage Site of Humahuaca Gorge.

Traveling along the mountain range of the Lerma Valley you’ll see the Trópico de Capricornio, Uquía (Pinturas Cuzqueñas) and finally Humahuaca. Day six is spent discovering the Calchaqui Valley on the Vuelta a los Valles trip,  the Quebrada de Cafayate and discovering natural rock formations including the Amphitheater, the Devil’s Throat Gorge and The Frog.

Tour Highlights

• Buenos Aires Tour
– Dinner Tango Show
– Salt Flats &  Purmamarca tour
– Humahuaca Gorge tour
– Cafayate full-day tour
– Mendoza wine tour
– Mendoza High Mountain Tour
– All transfers included
– 4 nights in Buenos Aires, 3 in Salta, 1 in Purmamarca, 3 in Mendoza

 A Gaucho Experience: Horseback Riding & Camping in the Andes

Immerse yourself in the rugged beauty of the Andes on this two-day horseback riding adventure.

Traverse panoramic trails surrounded by streams, and mountain views with chances to spot majestic guanacos and soaring condors in their natural habitat.

After a day in the saddle, spend the night camping at 3,000 meters above sea level in the Cordón del Plata, where the star-filled skies create an unforgettable backdrop.

Savor authentic gaucho cuisine: asado barbecue, Mendoza wines, salami, cheeses, and more, as you embrace the traditional cowboy lifestyle.

With camping equipment provided, professional bilingual guides, meals, and transport from Mendoza included, this all-inclusive experience promises an unforgettable taste of Andean wilderness and culture.

Tour Two-Day Horseback Gaucho Experience
Duration:Two Days
General Info:Horseback riding, camping, food, authentic gaucho experience

Price:US $600

Multi-Destination Tours

15 Days: Buenos Aires, Iguazu and Patagonia

– from $3,100

A once-in-a-lifetime Argentina trip for those who want to see it all, whether alone or in a group. Experience city life in Argentina’s seductive capital, Buenos Aires before moving on to Ushuaia, the city at the end of the world. Visit Argentina’s most popular national parks including Los Glaciares, Perito Moreno Glacier, Iguazu Falls and Tierra del Fuego. This trip also features whale watching in Valdes Peninsula and a visit to South America´s largest Magellanic Penguin colony in Punta Tombo.

Tour Highlights:

The Salt Flats of Salta and Jujuy
A full day exploring the trails of Iguazu Falls from the Argentina side
Enjoy amazing panoramic views on a half or full-day tour of the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls>
Airport transfers included
Hotel of your choosing at each stop

Tango in Buenos Aires

Iguazu Falls

Perito Moreno Glacier Tour

Whale Watching at Peninsula Valdes

⇒ Book a full-day hike of Perito Moreno Glacier with an expert


One Week Iguazu Falls & Salta

Starting in Salta’s capital city this tour takes visitors to the Salinas Grandes — Salta’s salt flats that lay over 3,200 meters above sea level and make visitors feel like they are on another planet.

The idyllic wine town of Cafayate and a full-day tour of the valley and its wineries.

Next visitors will see the majestic Iguazu Falls, with a full-day tour of the national parks trails on the Argentine side of the falls. A half day or full day on the Brazilian side of the falls.

Tour Highlights:

• To request a custom itinerary please provide your flight details, along with the names of all passengers, their passport numbers, date of birth, nationality and country of residence. This information is needed to confirm your reservations, and review visa requirements and age requirements for activities — we can’t do custom itineraries without this information.

• Please be sure to indicate your arrival airport and arrival time
• The start time is an approximate departure time from your hotel. Your exact pick-up time will be sent to you once you confirm your reservation

• Customs requires a valid ID to enter Brazil.

⇒ Go all in and book the Multiday Buenos Aires Adventure Tour that includes biking through Buenos Aires’ most exciting g neighborhoods, sky diving or a hot air balloon ride, a visit to a ranch for horseback riding, a country asado (BBQ)and much more.

For a customized itinerary, get in touch via our contact form and let us know what sample travel package interests you, and how many are in your party, your flight details, along with the names of all passengers, passport numbers and your nationality and country of residence and our database of experts will quickly get back to you to arrange a dream Argentina custom-tailored trip.

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