Argentina Travel Guide
Use this online Argentina travel guide to plan your trip to the land of waterfalls, glaciers, tango and Tierra del Fuego. Buenos Aires is like a modern European city: life races past grand baroque buildings, hip bars and chic boutiques, but step into a milonga and the mysterious rituals of tango belong to a previous century. At one end of Argentina the mighty Iguazú Falls thunder through lush jungle, while at the other extreme, silent glaciers stretch out endlessly in Patagonia. The serene Beagle Channel meets Argentina's most southerly city, the windy and rugges Ushuaia, a jumping off point for the wilds of Antarctica.
|Argentina Travel Guide Highlights|
The oldest and most atmospheric district in Buenos Aires.
Esteros del Iberá
A birdwatcher's heaven and floating islands in paradise.
Less hectic than Buenos Aires and just as vibrant.
Los Alerces National Park
Basking whales, penguin colonies and harems of sea lions on glorious beaches.
The highest peak on the continent, only for the fit and super motivated.
Basking whales, penguin colonies and harems of sea lions.
Quebrada de Humahuaca
Stunning multi-coloured gorges of terracotta with ancient oasis villages.
Perito Moreno Glacier
The world's only advancing and retreating glacier.
The spectacular sight of 275 waterfalls converging on one spot.
Mount Fitz Roy
Trekking heaven around the granite peak of Mount Fitz Roy.
Quiet San Ignacio has the ruins of a Jesuit mission at its heart.
Experience pioneer life on the serene Beagle Channel, Tierra del Fuego.
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