Our Luxury Tours in Argentina
Visit Buenos Aires and Its Region
Visit Salta and Its Region
Visit Jujuy and Its Region
Visit Mendoza and Its Region
Mendoza lies at the foot of the Andes in western part of the country is the Argentina tourism hub for wine enthusiasts. Surrounded by expansive vineyards and beautiful buildings, Mendoza is famed for producing the best wine in the Argentina, particularly Malbec and other red wines. Mendoza is also home to the Chandon winery which produces one of the best sparkling wines in the world. The Salentein winery is the most impressive in of all Mendoza. Specializing in high altitude wine production, you won’t find another winery like this anywhere in the world. Bodega Norton is the largest winemaker in the region with five vineyards spread over the main terroirs of the province of Mendoza some of which are over 80 years old. For a truly immersive experience visit Familia Zuccaria’s winery. With two restaurants, an art gallery, an olive oil factory, wine-paired lunches, as well as cooking and grape harvesting courses there is more for visitors to do here than you could fit into a weekend. Zuccardi is also one of the country’s best producers of gourmet olive oils, a great option for our gourmet food lovers. Mendoza and the nearby Chacras de Coria are home to some of the best restaurants in all of Argentina. Pair these with some of the world’s finest wine and you are sure to have experience that stimulates all of you senses.
Visit Patagonia and Its Region
There is not a lot to say about Patagonia that hasn’t already been said. This expansive region covers two countries and southern most section of the Andes mountains. Patagonia is, and always has been, a staple of the Argentina tourism industry. In the northern most section of Patagonia lies Bariloche. Swiss alpine-style architecture line it’s main street with plenty of coffee and chocolate shops to indulge in. This is a great home base for the best skiing in Argentina. Take the world famous highway, nicknamed “The world’s most beautiful road” as you explore your way through Patagonia. As you move south you will find El Chalten, a hiker’s paradise. Located at the base of Mount Fitz Roy this small mountain town is filled with small cafes and the best hiking on the continent. Just south of here is El Calafate where you will find the best restaurants in all of Patagonia. Calafate serves as the gateway to Los Glaciares National Park. The park is filled with a wide variety of birds and hundreds of glaciers. Most notably of these glaciers is the Glacier Perito Moreno. Here you can walk the famous boardwalk as you watch massive ice chunks fall from the glaciar to the frigid lake below. Finally as you push farther south you will reach Ushuaia, the southern tip of the world.
Visit Iguazu and Its Region
Iguazu Falls, located on the Iguazu River on the border of Argentina and Brazil is the largest waterfall system in the world. Iguazu is possibly the most popular destination for Argentina tourism. The spectacular waterfalls divide the Iguazu river into upper and lower Iguazu. Although the majority of the river is in brazil, the falls lie mostly on the Argentinian side of the border. The waterfall is breathtakingly massive with over 200 individual falls as tall 270 feet. This beautiful natural wonder is three times larger than Niagara falls. Not far from here, the Iguazú and Paraná rivers converge at The Triple Frontier. The Triple Frontier is a tri-border area along the junction of Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil where you can view all three countries from a beautiful observation point. You can also explore the Itaipu Dam, an incredible hydroelectric dam on the Parana river located on the border of Paraguay-Brazil border. This dam produces more power than any dam in the world and also displays an impressive light show at night.