the second largest country on the South American continent, is located
between the Andes to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east and to
the south. Neighbouring countries of Argentina are: Bolivia,
Brazil, Chile, Paraguay,
and Uruguay. The main ethnic groups are represented by Europeans of
Italian and Spanish origin, Mestizo, Amerindian, and smaller ethnic
communities. The country is a federation, composed of 23 provinces and
the autonomous city
The latter is the capital of Argentina. Situated on the Rio de la Plata,
the city has a population of close to 13 million people. Cordoba, La
Plata, Mar del Plata, Mendoza, and Rosario are among the major
The climate of Argentina ranges from subtropical to temperate and
sub-polar. The best time to visit Buenos Aires is between September and
November (spring time). The summer, between December and February, is
hot and humid. It is best to visit the cities of Cordoba and Mendoza,
and the Lake District in the fall season. The temperatures are pleasant
and the tourist crowds are less dense.
Argentina is famous for the Andes, tango, soccer, beef, and Patagonia.
However, the country is a land of a vast natural wilderness. Visitors
will be amazed by the Perito Moreno Glacier, the ice fields of
Patagonia, the Valdivian forests, and the Andean salt flats. The
wilderness hosts thousands of animal species such as caimans, capybaras,
flamingos, and penguins. Apart from a couple of cities, the population
centres of Argentina are mostly small provincial towns. The capital
Buenos Aires is the largest and most significant economic, financial,
governmental, and cultural hub of the country. The capital offers plenty
of historic, architectural, and cultural landmarks such as the city
council Cabildo, the oldest neighbourhood San Telmo, and the outdoor
pedestrian museum Caminito. Florida Street and San Telmo host many
pleasant cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops, and boutiques.
is often called the “Paris of South America,”
for its soaring architecture and rich European
heritage. But the city and its people, known as porteños, are a study in contrasts: European
sensibilities and Latin American passion; wide
boulevards and cobblestone alleys; steamy tango
and romping rock and roll; sidewalk cafés and
soccer fanatics; bejeweled ladies draped in fur
coats and children rummaging through garbage for
cardboard scraps. Buenos Aires, which sprawls
over 78 square miles (202 square kilometers) and
has a population of about three million, is a
patchwork of distinct, fascinating communities,
from the frenetic downtown and working-class
tanguero neighborhoods such as La Boca and San
Telmo, to wealthy districts such as Recoleta and
trendy Palermo, to middle-class barrios such as
Belgrano and Caballito.
fascinating, beautiful and misterious part of the South American continent.
Pagagonia is divided in two areas: the Atlantic Patagonia, with a desertic
continental portion and an ocean with the highest concentration of marine
animals in the planet.
Andean Patagonia is marked by the Andes Cordillera. The scenery is varied,
featuring snow peaks, lakes, forests and glaciers of amazing beauty.
one of the most popular touristic destinations and winter centers in
Argentina. Bariloche has turquoise blue lakes- with waters from the glaciers,
surrounded by mountains and the National Park Nahuel Huapi, the biggest and
one of the most beautiful in the country.
town with its many log cabins, is cozy and charming.
del Fuego and Ushuaia
the southern extreme of South America is the cold and barren Tierra del
Fuego, surrounded by the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, with winds from the
Antartic. The unique and magnificent scenery is formed by many islands,
small channels, icebergs, lakes, glaciers and a diverse fauna and flora.
Ushuaia is the main city and it's also known as "The end of the world".
Aires: city tours, walks, tango show, byke tours, shopping for
leather products and enjoying the
museums, bars, cafes and nightlife.
trekking, rafting, canyoning, rock climbing, kayaking, fishing and abseiling.
During the winter, it's possible to ski.
the main activities are trekking in the Parks, boat tours and expeditions
into the glaciers. Other activities such as diving and kayaking are also
del Fuego and Ushuaia: trekking, skiing in the winter, boat tours, wildlife
observation: pinguins colonies, whales, sea lions and other animals.
For packages and tours including Cruises,
Antarctic Cruises, Patagonia Tours and for many other destinations please
Buenos Aires and Bariloche, hotels and Inns from all standards. Patagonia
and Tierra del Fuego offer simpler but comfortable accommodation. In our
trekking packages you will be camping some nights.