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Duration13 Days / 12 Nights
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Walking levelModerate - Demanding
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Trip Overview

Argentina is the perfect destination to combine the rugged, pristine and adventurous geography of Patagonia with the luxurious, quintessential style and culture of the capital, Buenos Aires; The stunning glaciers of El Calafate and the magnificent cascades of Iguazu Falls. Visiting geographically remote regions doesn’t mean that you have to compromise on comfort or style!  Our specialized luxury packages may be just what you are looking for a visit to this fascinating and exciting country!

Special features of our 13 day Top-End adventure: 

Type of Tourism: Luxury, Honeymoon, Mountains and glaciers, Nature, Wine, Culture.

Places to Visit:  Buenos Aires, El Calafate, Iguazu, Bariloche,

Duration: 13 Days and 12 Nights. 

Type of Service: Private tours. 

Accommodation: 5 star and boutique accommodation at every destination that you will visit. These hotels had been carefully chosen and we can guarantee that you will feel relaxed and spoiled, with your every need catered for! 

Day by day schedule



Today you will arrive to the cosmopolitan capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires. Our driver will collect you from the airport and take you to the 5 star luxury hotel in the centre of the city.



    After breakfast, we will explore the city of Buenos Aires. We will start by visiting the glamorous Alvear Avenue to 9 de Julio Avenue, from where you can see the Teatro Colón. We will then observe the famous Obelisk on the way to the Plaza de Mayo with the Government House (Casa Rosada), the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo. We will continue to the traditional neighbourhood of San Telmo, whose magical atmosphere and street tango will take us back in history. We will then continue onto La Boca where the first Italian immi...

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      Today you will have a free day to explore this vibrant city. We suggest a visit to a typical Estate, where you will experience all aspects of the Gaucho way of life, including traditional asados and wine! 

        DAY 04 - BUENOS AIRES

        DAY 04 - BUENOS AIRES
        DAY 04 - BUENOS AIRES
        DAY 04 - BUENOS AIRES
        DAY 04 - BUENOS AIRES
        DAY 04 - BUENOS AIRES
        DAY 04 - BUENOS AIRES
        DAY 04 - BUENOS AIRES

        Today is another free day to explore the cosmopolitan capital. We suggest a tasting your way through Buenos Aires - from Argentinian pizza, Choripanes, Empanadas and dulce de Leche with alfajores, for those with a sweeter tooth. In the evening, why not check out a dinner and tango show at one of the famous Tango halls? 



          After breakfast, we will head off to the domestic airport for a flight to El Calafate. On arrival, your driver will be waiting to take you to Eolo. This boutique Patagonian ranch, inspired by the old Argentine “estancias” will be home for the next few days.

            DAY 06 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE

            DAY 06 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
            DAY 06 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
            DAY 06 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
            DAY 06 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
            DAY 06 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
            DAY 06 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
            DAY 06 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE

            After breakfast we will head to the pier. We will begin our 3 day Santa Cruz cruise, boarding Santa Cruz luxury boat inn Tranquila Bay. We will then explore the glaciers in luxury on this incredible journey for the next 3 days with tonights stop at the Bahía Alemana, where we will have dinner and spend the evening in luxury, accompanied by the spectacular sunset.

              DAY 07 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE

              DAY 07 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
              DAY 07 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
              DAY 07 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
              DAY 07 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
              DAY 07 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
              DAY 07 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE
              DAY 07 - SANTA CRUZ CRUISE

              Today we head to the Puesto de las Vacas, where we will take a walk in the verdant mountain slopes. We will then head to the spectacular Spegazzini Glacier, the best possible backdrop for a delicious lunch. After lunch, we will head through the icefields to the Upsala Glacier for another close-up view of a spectacular glacier. We will then have a delicious dinner and spend the night in Bahía Toro, accompanied by the starriest of nighttime skies.

                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE

                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE
                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE
                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE
                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE
                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE
                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE
                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE
                DAY 08 - SANTA CRUZ - BARILOCHE

                impressive natural landscape. We will continue to the Mayo glacier and the Negro glacier and pass through Los Témpanos channel, on our way to the highlight of the cruise, the Perito Moreno Glacier. After lunch, we will continue Puerto Moreno, where we can walk along the northern footbridge of the glacier viewpoint. We will then return to Punta Bandera which marks the end of this spectacular glacial cruise. Our driver will take us to El Calafate for our onward flight to Bariloche. Our driver will be waiting to take us to the 5 ...

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                  DAY 09 - BARILOCHE- NAHUEL HUAPI LAKE

                  DAY 09 -  BARILOCHE- NAHUEL HUAPI LAKE
                  DAY 09 -  BARILOCHE- NAHUEL HUAPI LAKE
                  DAY 09 -  BARILOCHE- NAHUEL HUAPI LAKE
                  DAY 09 -  BARILOCHE- NAHUEL HUAPI LAKE
                  DAY 09 -  BARILOCHE- NAHUEL HUAPI LAKE
                  DAY 09 -  BARILOCHE- NAHUEL HUAPI LAKE
                  DAY 09 -  BARILOCHE- NAHUEL HUAPI LAKE

                  After breakfast we will enjoy a unique boat trip, discovering the waters of the Great Lake of Nahuel Huapi with the backdrop of the imposing mountains that surround the Tristeza Arm and Blest arm of this great lake. These pristine landscapes, are stunningly representative of the Lake District in the North of Patagonia.

                    DAY 10 - BARILOCHE - IGUAZU

                    DAY 10 - BARILOCHE - IGUAZU
                    DAY 10 - BARILOCHE - IGUAZU
                    DAY 10 - BARILOCHE - IGUAZU
                    DAY 10 - BARILOCHE - IGUAZU
                    DAY 10 - BARILOCHE - IGUAZU
                    DAY 10 - BARILOCHE - IGUAZU
                    DAY 10 - BARILOCHE - IGUAZU

                    After breakfast, we will head to the airport for our flight to Iguazu.  Our driver will take us to the luxury hotel for the evening, in preparation for the activities the following day.

                      DAY 11 - IGUAZU

                      DAY 11 - IGUAZU
                      DAY 11 - IGUAZU
                      DAY 11 - IGUAZU
                      DAY 11 - IGUAZU
                      DAY 11 - IGUAZU
                      DAY 11 - IGUAZU
                      DAY 11 - IGUAZU

                      Our private 4x4 vehicle and a private guide will collect you to visit the stunningly impressive Iguazu waterfalls on the Argentinian side, where you may choose the days’ activities according to your tastes and preferences. You may choose between a number of full-day excursions with lunch included, or two half-day excursions, returning to lunch at the Awasi hotel, in between the two excursions

                        DAY 12 - IGUAZU

                        DAY 12 - IGUAZU
                        DAY 12 - IGUAZU
                        DAY 12 - IGUAZU
                        DAY 12 - IGUAZU
                        DAY 12 - IGUAZU
                        DAY 12 - IGUAZU
                        DAY 12 - IGUAZU

                        Once more your 4x4 vehicle and guide will collect you to visit the Brazilian side of the fall. Once more, you can decide on whether you would like to return to the hotel for lunch or enjoy lunch en route.

                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES

                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES
                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES
                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES
                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES
                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES
                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES
                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES
                          DAY 13 - IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES

                          After breakfast your car and guide will take you to the excursions of your choice around the waterfalls, to make the most of these magnificent waterfalls.

                          Later in the day, we will head to the airport for our flight to Buenos Aires for our farewell dinner and the last night of the trip!

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                            What's included

                            • Private transportation from the airports to your hotels.  
                            • All of the entry tickets for the tours on your itinerary.   
                            • Private and shared touring 
                            • Every meal that is specified in your itinerary. Vegetarian meals and special diets are available 
                            • Professional and experienced English speaking guides  
                            • Lodging as indicated. 

                            What's not included

                            • Domestic Flights
                            • Evacuation: in the event of a serious medical injury, we will coordinate with your travel insurance company to arrange evacuation.  
                            • Meals and drinks other than those mentioned in the itinerary.  
                            • Tips and gratuities.  
                            • Optional excursions.  
                            • Items of a personal nature such as souvenirs and telephone calls.  
                            • Travel insurance.  

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                            ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY

                            Argentina, with its diverse landscapes, rich cultural tapestry, and vibrant cities, beckons travelers seeking unforgettable experiences. As you embark on a journey through Argentina, it becomes imperative to embrace responsible travel practices, ensuring that your exploration leaves a positive impact on the country´s environment, communities, and cultural heritage. Here's a guide on how to be a conscientious traveler when visiting Argentina. 

                            • Respect Local Customs and Traditions:
                              Argentina boasts a tapestry of cultures influenced by indigenous communities, Spanish colonization, and immigrant contributions. Show respect for local customs, from traditional dances and rituals to social etiquettes. Learning a few basic phrases in Spanish also goes a long way in fostering meaningful connections. 
                            • Minimize Environmental Impact:
                              Embrace eco-friendly practices to minimize your environmental footprint. Opt for eco-friendly accommodations, participate in beach clean-ups, and follow the principles of "Leave No Trace" when exploring natural wonders like Iguazu Falls or Patagonian glaciers. Conserve water, reduce single-use plastics, and support businesses committed to sustainability throught your Argentina vacation package. 
                            • Support Local Businesses:
                              Contribute to the local economy by supporting small businesses, local artisans, and family-run establishments. Choose locally-owned hotels, dine in neighborhood restaurants serving regional cuisine, and purchase souvenirs directly from local markets. This ensures that your travel expenditures directly benefit the communities you visit on your Argentina vacation. 
                            • Engage in Responsible Wildlife Tourism:
                              Argentina boasts diverse wildlife, from penguins in Punta Tombo to whales in Peninsula Valdes. When engaging in wildlife tourism, prioritize ethical operators committed to animal welfare. Avoid activities that involve direct contact with animals, and choose operators who prioritize conservation efforts. 
                            • Contribute to Conservation Efforts:
                              Argentina's natural wonders, including the Andes and the Pampas, are integral to global biodiversity. Contribute to conservation efforts by supporting national parks through entrance fees, guided tours, or donations. Stay on designated trails to protect fragile ecosystems and wildlife habitats during your Argentina adventure package. 
                            • Learn About Indigenous Cultures:
                              Argentina is home to diverse indigenous communities, each with its unique traditions and heritage. Take the time to learn about their history and culture respectfully. When visiting indigenous communities, seek permission before taking photographs and purchase handmade crafts directly from artisans to support their livelihoods, in Argentina´s remote communities. 
                            • Choose Responsible Transportation:
                              Opt for sustainable transportation options to reduce your carbon footprint. Utilize public transportation, share rides, or consider cycling to explore cities like Buenos Aires. When venturing to remote areas, choose eco-friendly tour operators and consider carbon offsetting for flights. 
                            • Practice Responsible Trekking:
                              Argentina's stunning landscapes, such as the Andes and Patagonia, are a trekker's paradise. Practice responsible trekking by staying on marked trails, avoiding littering, and respecting the delicate ecosystems. Engage local guides who prioritize environmental conservation and adhere to sustainable trekking practices. 
                            • Be Mindful of Water Conservation:
                              Argentina faces water scarcity issues in certain regions. Be mindful of water consumption, especially in arid areas. Opt for shorter showers, turn off taps when not in use, and support accommodations implementing water conservation measures. 
                            • Promote Cultural Exchange:
                              Engage in meaningful cultural exchange with locals, fostering understanding and appreciation. Attend cultural events, support community initiatives, and participate in homestays when possible. Embrace the opportunity to learn and share experiences, contributing to the mutual enrichment of both travelers and locals. 

                            By adopting these responsible travel practices on your Argentina tour, you not only preserve the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Argentina but also contribute positively to the communities you encounter. Responsible travel ensures that your wanderlust leaves a lasting legacy of respect, sustainability, and mutual understanding, allowing you to savor the beauty of Argentina while preserving it for generations to come. 


                            A journey through Argentina, a nation adorned with the Andes, Patagonian glaciers, and diverse ecosystems, offers a unique opportunity for travelers to merge exploration with responsible stewardship. For eco-conscious wanderers, adopting sustainable practices becomes a meaningful way to savor the natural wonders of Argentina while preserving its pristine environments. From the vibrant cities to the serene landscapes, here's a guide to embracing eco-friendly travel throughout your Argentina vacation package and contributing to environmental conservation in this South American gem. 

                            • Choose Eco-Friendly Accommodations
                              Select accommodations committed to sustainability, where energy efficiency, waste reduction, and water conservation are integral to their ethos. Argentina's eco-friendly destinations often feature hotels and lodges dedicated to minimizing their environmental impact. 
                            • Embrace Sustainable Transportation
                              Minimize your carbon footprint by opting for sustainable transportation options. Whether exploring Buenos Aires on foot, cycling through urban landscapes, or choosing eco-friendly tour operators in rural areas, sustainable travel choices help preserve Argentina's natural beauty. 
                            • Conserve Water Resources
                              Argentina, with its diverse climates, faces water scarcity issues in certain regions. Contribute to conservation efforts by taking shorter showers, turning off taps, and supporting accommodations that implement water-saving initiatives, especially in arid areas. 
                            • Practice Responsible Trekking
                              Argentina's breathtaking landscapes beckon trekking enthusiasts. Engage in responsible trekking by staying on marked trails, respecting the delicate ecosystems, and supporting local guides who prioritize environmental conservation. 
                            • Support Conservation Initiatives
                              Be an advocate for Argentina's natural wonders by supporting conservation initiatives. Choose to visit national parks and protected areas, pay entrance fees contributing to conservation efforts, and engage in guided tours that prioritize environmental education. 
                            • Minimize Single-Use Plastics
                              Argentina's diverse environments benefit from reduced plastic waste. Carry a reusable water bottle, use a refillable coffee cup, and refuse single-use plastics. Support businesses that actively minimize plastic packaging. 
                            • Engage in Wildlife Tourism Responsibly
                              Argentina's rich biodiversity invites wildlife tourism. Choose operators committed to animal welfare, avoid activities with direct contact with animals, and respect natural habitats to ensure responsible wildlife tourism. 
                            • Participate in Eco-Friendly Tours
                              Explore Argentina's natural wonders like Iguazu Falls with eco-friendly tour operators. These operators often prioritize responsible practices, from waste reduction to fostering an understanding of local ecosystems and biodiversity. 
                            • Offset Your Carbon Footprint
                              Consider offsetting your carbon footprint, particularly for international flights. Numerous organizations offer carbon offset programs that support environmental projects, providing an avenue to mitigate the environmental impact of your travel. 
                            • Support Sustainable Agriculture
                              Argentina's agricultural regions play a vital role in its economy. Support sustainable agriculture by opting for local, organic produce and products on your Argentina vacation. Visiting farmers' markets directly contributes to environmentally friendly farming methods. 
                            • Respect Marine Conservation
                              If exploring Argentina's coastlines, such as in Patagonia or along the Atlantic, follow guidelines for marine conservation. Respect marine life during activities like whale watching, participate in beach clean-ups, and minimize disturbances to ensure responsible coastal tourism. 

                            Embrace these sustainable practices on your Argentina vacation package, not only relishing its breathtaking landscapes but actively contributing to the preservation of its ecological treasures. Argentina's natural wonders deserve the mindful care of responsible travelers, ensuring they endure for future generations to discover and cherish. 


                            Argentina, with its vast landscapes ranging from the Andes Mountains to the Pampas and the pristine wilderness of Patagonia, stands as a testament to the natural wonders that define this South American nation. As you travel through the diverse landscapes and vibrant cultures of Argentina, your role as a traveler becomes pivotal in shaping the sustainable future of the country. Beyond the awe-inspiring sights and rich experiences, fostering environmental awareness is a shared responsibility. Here's why your conscious choices matter and how they contribute to the preservation of Argentina's natural wonders. 

                            • A Guardian of Biodiversity
                              Argentina's ecosystems host an extraordinary range of flora and fauna. By being mindful of your impact, respecting wildlife habitats, and supporting conservation efforts, you play a crucial role in safeguarding the biodiversity that makes Argentina a haven for nature enthusiasts. 
                            • Stewardship of Natural Wonders
                              The iconic landscapes of Argentina, from Iguazu Falls to Patagonian glaciers, are not just backdrops for your adventures but treasures to be preserved. Your commitment to responsible tourism, minimizing your ecological footprint, and respecting local regulations ensures these wonders endure for future travelers. 
                            • Water Conservation
                              In regions facing water scarcity, your awareness and conservation efforts matter. Conserve water, support eco-friendly accommodations implementing water-saving practices, and join initiatives that address water challenges. Your mindful water usage contributes to the sustainable management of this vital resource. 
                            • Climate Conscious Explorer
                              Argentina, like the rest of the world, grapples with climate change. Choose sustainable transportation, reduce your carbon footprint, and support initiatives that promote clean energy. Your actions as a climate-conscious traveler contribute to Argentina's resilience against environmental challenges. 
                            • Advocacy for Sustainable Agriculture
                              As you savor Argentina's agricultural bounty, be an advocate for sustainable farming practices. Choose locally sourced, organic products, and support initiatives that promote responsible agriculture. Your choices influence the balance between agricultural productivity and environmental conservation. 
                            • Respect for Indigenous Wisdom
                              Many indigenous communities in Argentina maintain a deep connection with the land. Respect their traditions, support local initiatives, and engage in cultural exchanges that foster understanding. By acknowledging their role as environmental stewards, you contribute to the preservation of cultural and ecological diversity. 
                            • Mindful Waste Management 
                              Urban adventures come with responsibilities. Reduce, reuse, and recycle. Support businesses that prioritize waste reduction, and minimize single-use plastics. Your commitment to mindful waste management ensures the urban landscapes you explore remain pristine. 
                            • Lifelong Learning for Sustainable Living 
                              Your journey is an opportunity for lifelong learning. Embrace environmental education, understand the local ecosystems, and engage with initiatives that promote sustainable living. By cultivating a sense of responsibility, you become an ambassador for environmental consciousness. 
                            • Be A Sustainable Tourism Advocate
                              As a traveler, your choices influence the tourism industry. Support eco-friendly accommodations, engage in responsible wildlife tourism, and opt for experiences that prioritize sustainability. Your advocacy for sustainable tourism practices contributes to a positive impact on local communities and ecosystems. 
                            • Global Citizen for Environmental Solutions 
                            • Your travels transcend borders. Advocate for global collaboration on environmental issues, support initiatives that promote conservation, and stay informed about the global environmental context. Your role as a global citizen contributes to the collective effort to address planetary challenges. 

                            Your journey through Argentina is not just a passage; it's an opportunity to leave a positive mark. By embracing environmental awareness, you become a custodian of the landscapes, cultures, and ecosystems that make Argentina a destination of unparalleled beauty. Let your travels reflect a commitment to sustainability, ensuring that the allure of Argentina endures for generations of responsible travelers to come. 


                            When visiting Argentina, incorporating carefully chosen add-ons can transform your Argetina vacation into an enriching and diverse experience. Argentina, with its vast and varied landscapes, offers a multitude of captivating destinations beyond the well-trodden path. These add-ons, ranging from cultural immersions to natural wonders, provide an opportunity to delve deeper into the heart and soul of this remarkable country. we will explore curated add-ons for key regions, ensuring that your Argentine adventure becomes a harmonious blend of exploration, culture, and unforgettable moments. So, let's embark on a journey that goes beyond the ordinary, discovering the hidden gems that make Argentina a truly exceptional destination. 


                            Buenos Aires 

                            Tango Shows 

                            • El Querandi: Considered one of the oldest tango venues in Buenos Aires, El Querandi offers an authentic tango show in a historic setting. 
                            • Esquina Carlos Gardel: Named after the famous tango singer, this venue provides a high-quality tango show with a gourmet dinner option. 

                            Gaucho Ranch 

                            • Estancia Santa Susana: Experience the gaucho way of life at Estancia Santa Susana, located just outside Buenos Aires. Enjoy traditional Argentine barbecue, folk music, and horseback riding. 
                            • La Estancia de Santa Celia: Another option for a gaucho ranch experience, La Estancia de Santa Celia offers horseback riding, folkloric shows, and a delicious asado (barbecue). 


                            • La Boca Neighborhood: Explore the colorful streets of La Boca, known for its vibrant art scene and the famous Caminito street. 
                            • San Telmo Market: Visit the antique market in San Telmo on Sundays and explore the historic cobblestone streets. 


                            Bariloche and the Lake District  

                            Gaucho Ranch 

                            • Estancia Peuma Hue: Located near Bariloche, Estancia Peuma Hue offers a combination of outdoor activities and a taste of gaucho culture. Enjoy horseback riding and a hearty Argentine barbecue in a picturesque setting. 


                            • Seven Lakes Route: Take a scenic drive along the Seven Lakes Route for breathtaking views of lakes and mountains. 
                            • Cerro Campanario: Ride the chairlift to Cerro Campanario for panoramic views of Nahuel Huapi Lake and the surrounding mountains. 




                            • Bird Park: Explore the nearby bird park for an opportunity to see a variety of exotic birds up close. 
                            • Itaipu Dam: Take a day trip to the Itaipu Dam, one of the world's largest hydroelectric power plants. 




                            • Aconcagua National Park: If you enjoy outdoor activities, consider a day trip to Aconcagua National Park for hiking and mountain scenery. 
                            • Maipu Wine Region: Explore the Maipu wine region for additional vineyard visits and wine tasting. 


                            Salta and the Northwest 

                            Gaucho Estates 

                            • Estancia Los Potreros: Immerse yourself in the gaucho lifestyle at Estancia Los Potreros. This working cattle ranch in the mountains of Cordoba offers horseback riding, cattle herding, and traditional Argentine meals. 


                            • Cachi: Take a scenic drive to the picturesque town of Cachi, surrounded by mountains and vineyards. 
                            • Purmamarca: Visit the colorful mountains of Purmamarca and the Hill of Seven Colors. 


                            El Calafate 

                            Gaucho Ranches 

                            • Estancia Nibepo Aike: Combine your visit to the Perito Moreno Glacier with a trip to Estancia Nibepo Aike. Experience the Patagonian countryside, learn about gaucho traditions, and savor a barbecue lunch. 
                            • Estancia Cristina: Visit Estancia Cristina for a unique Patagonian ranch experience. 


                            • Upsala Glacier Boat Tour: Take a boat tour to explore the stunning Upsala Glacier in addition to Perito Moreno. 


                            Puerto Madryn and Peninsula Valdes 


                            • Punta Tombo: Explore Punta Tombo, a wildlife reserve where you can see a large colony of Magellanic penguins. 
                            • Whale Watching in Puerto Piramides: If in season, consider a whale-watching excursion from Puerto Piramides. 

                            Remember to check the availability and schedule of these experiences in advance, especially for tango shows and gaucho ranch visits, as they may have specific days and times for performances and activities. Let us know if you would like to add-on any of these authentic Argentine experiences to your itinerary and we can include them in your crafted itinerary! 

                            FAMILY FRIENDLY TRAVEL

                            Setting out on an adventure holiday with the whole family is a thrilling prospect, and Argentina, with its rich cultural tapestry and diverse landscapes, provides an ideal setting for such memorable experiences. Here, we will guide you through kid-friendly hotels and tailored adventure travel options, ensuring your family trip to Argentina is not only stress-free but filled with excitement and exploration. 

                            Kid-Friendly Hotels in Argentina 

                            An adventure holiday with your family is a remarkable journey filled with bonding and exploration. Argentina, with its diverse landscapes and rich culture, is an ideal destination for families seeking tailor-made tours. This article will guide you through family-friendly hotels, showcase personalized adventure travel experiences offered by Va Expeditions, and highlight en-route childcare facilities to ensure a seamless family adventure. 

                            Family-Friendly Hotels in Argentina 

                            • Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
                              Location: Buenos Aires
                              Features: At the heart of Buenos Aires, the Four Seasons Hotel not only provides luxurious accommodation but also embraces families with spacious suites. Va Expeditions can enhance your stay by curating personalized family experiences. Additionally, en-route childcare recommendations will be provided for a stress-free journey. 
                            • Alvear Palace Hotel 
                              Location: Buenos Aires 
                              Features: The Alvear Palace Hotel, synonymous with elegance, offers a family-friendly atmosphere. Va Expeditions can help you make the most of your stay by organizing bespoke city tours and ensuring your family's needs are met with grace and style. En-route childcare options will be suggested for your convenience. 
                            • Llao Llao Hotel & Resort 
                              Location: Bariloche
                              Features: Amidst the stunning landscapes of Patagonia, Llao Llao Hotel & Resort provides a perfect backdrop for family adventures. Va Expeditions can arrange guided hikes, wildlife excursions, and other tailor-made activities. En-route childcare recommendations will be tailored to your travel itinerary. 


                            Tailor-Made Tours for Families with Va Expeditions 

                            • Argentine Family Adventure
                              Argentina is a nature-lovers and adventure activity paradise. For the adults and the children, there are many incredible activities to enjoy on your Argentine vacation! This incredible country boasts large cosmopolitan cities, such as Buenos Aires, stunning natural wonders, such as Iguazu and the cultural Bahia, with culture and activities abound and incredible cuisine.  This is one of the best family destinations for an adventurous family holiday with something for all members of the family! 
                            • Patagonian Discovery
                              Details: Va Expeditions offers unique Patagonian adventures tailored for families. From boat trips to glaciers to wildlife encounters, these tours ensures an immersive experience, with en-route childcare facilities arranged to make your family journey comfortable and enjoyable. 


                            Va Expeditions' Family-Focused Approach 

                            • Personalized Itineraries: Va Expeditions crafts personalized itineraries, considering the ages and interests of each family member. En-route childcare options are seamlessly integrated to provide a hassle-free travel experience. 
                            • Expert Guides: With Va Expeditions, families benefit from expert guides who not only showcase the beauty of Argentina but also cater to the unique needs of families. En-route childcare solutions ensure that your family adventure is smooth from start to finish. 


                            En-Route Childcare Solutions 


                            • Buenos Aires Babysitting 
                              Buenos Aires Babysitting was born in 2018 as a multilingual nanny agency to give high quality child care to visitors and expats visiting the city. We provide kids with the best care and fun in their mother tongue during their stay in Buenos Aires even in your hotel room! An international crew of experienced and well-trained babysitters is waiting to look after them!
                            • Bebés en la Web
                              Bebés en la Web is an online directory of jardines in the city and the surrounding province. The website is all in Spanish, but is fairly intuitive to navigate. Simply click on the barrio where you want to find a facility, and it will pull up all the available ones for that barrio. From there, you can narrow your search by street, and what the facilities have to offer. 
                            • Shailand Garden 
                              Shailand Garden in Belgrano is a bilingual daycare, and is located on Luis María Campos 1350. They are open year-round and take children from ages 45 days to 4 years. Contact the school for prices, which vary according to child’s age and the extensiveness of the care you need. 
                            • Puerto Crianza
                              Puerto Crianza in Puerto Madero is another bilingual daycare, with an English website. It is located at Juana Manso 1666. They are open year-round and take children from 45 days to 3 years old. Contact the school for prices and schedules. 

                            Argentina beckons families to explore its wonders, and with Va Expeditions, your family can embark on a tailor-made adventure filled with unforgettable moments. From family-friendly accommodations and personalized tours to en-route childcare facilities, Va Expeditions ensures that your adventure holiday in Argentina is not just a vacation but a cherished family experience from doorstep to destination. 


                            Heading out on a family adventure in Argentina involves not only exploring its natural wonders but also savoring the rich culinary offerings that this diverse country has to offer. We will guide you through an array of the best family-friendly restaurants across the nation, ensuring a delightful dining experience for you and your loved ones on your Argentina vacation package. 

                            • El Mercado (Mendoza)
                              Location: Sarmiento 765, Mendoza 
                              Features: Nestled in the heart of Mendoza, El Mercado offers a diverse menu with local flavors in a family-friendly setting. This restaurant is an ideal stop to enjoy a taste of Argentine cuisine amidst a welcoming ambiance, making it an excellent option for families seeking an adventure holiday. 
                            • La Cabaña (Bariloche) 
                              Location: Av. Ezequiel Bustillo 200, San Carlos de Bariloche 
                              Features: With stunning lake views, La Cabaña in Bariloche provides a family-friendly environment where you can relish the renowned Argentine barbecue. The picturesque surroundings make it an unforgettable dining experience, perfect for families on a tour trip in Patagonia. 
                            • Gran Parrilla del Plata (Buenos Aires) 
                              Location: Chile 594, Buenos Aires 
                              Features: Known for its welcoming ambiance, Gran Parrilla del Plata is a popular steakhouse offering an extensive menu suitable for families. This restaurant is an excellent choice to enjoy delicious Argentine cuisine with kid-friendly options, enhancing your tailor-made adventure in Buenos Aires. 
                            • Don Julio (Buenos Aires) 
                              Location: Guatemala 4699, Buenos Aires 
                              Features: A classic Argentine steakhouse, Don Julio provides a warm atmosphere and mouthwatering grilled meats. Families can enjoy a culinary adventure in this iconic restaurant, where traditional flavors take center stage, enhancing the adventure holiday for families. 
                            • La Cabrera (Buenos Aires) 
                              Location: José Antonio Cabrera 5099, Buenos Aires 
                              Features: La Cabrera is celebrated for its mouthwatering steaks and offers a cozy atmosphere suitable for families. This restaurant is an excellent choice to indulge in Argentine cuisine with a variety of options for every family member, catering to families seeking tailor-made tours. 
                            • El Preferido de Palermo (Buenos Aires) 
                              Location: Jorge Luis Borges 2108, Buenos Aires 
                              Features: A traditional Argentine restaurant, El Preferido de Palermo, welcomes families with comfort food and a family-friendly ambiance. Enjoy homemade pasta and desserts for a true taste of Argentine culinary traditions, enhancing your family tour trip. 
                            • Sarkis (Buenos Aires) 
                              Location: Thames 1101, Buenos Aires 
                              Features: Offering a different culinary experience with Middle Eastern cuisine, Sarkis is a family-friendly restaurant with diverse menu options, including vegetarian dishes. The laid-back atmosphere makes it suitable for families exploring Buenos Aires on a tailor-made adventure. 
                            • El Boliche de Alberto (Salta) 
                              Location: Balcarce 977, Salta 
                              Features: Situated in Salta, El Boliche de Alberto is known for its local Northern Argentine cuisine. Families can enjoy traditional empanadas and hearty meals in a friendly setting, catering to those seeking adventure holidays in Salta. 
                            • La Posada del Jamón (Córdoba) 
                              Location: 25 de Mayo 602, Córdoba 
                              Features: La Posada del Jamón in Córdoba offers a cozy atmosphere and specializes in regional cured ham. Families can explore the flavors of Córdoba in this charming restaurant, ideal for families on a tour trip in Córdoba. 
                            • El Regional (Puerto Iguazú, Iguazu Falls) 
                              Location: Av. Córdoba 454, Puerto Iguazú 
                              Features: El Regional, located near the spectacular Iguazu Falls, offers a blend of regional dishes. Families can savor local flavors after exploring the breathtaking natural wonders of Iguazu, enhancing the adventure holiday for families in Iguazu. 
                            • La Costa de los Pájaros (El Calafate, Patagonia) 
                              Location: Av. Libertador 2077, El Calafate 
                              Features: La Costa de los Pájaros in El Calafate, Patagonia, provides a family-friendly setting with views of Lake Argentino. Families can enjoy Patagonian cuisine and relax after exploring the stunning landscapes of Patagonia, adding to the adventure travel experience. 

                            Exploring Argentina's Culinary Scene: Argentina's culinary scene goes beyond traditional steakhouses, offering a variety of flavors to suit every palate. From indulging in delectable barbecue in Bariloche to relishing local specialties in each restaurant on this list ensures a memorable dining experience for families. As you explore Argentina's culinary delights with your family, these restaurants provide a diverse and flavorful journey. From savoring traditional Argentine dishes in family-friendly settings to exploring the unique flavors across different regions, your family adventure in Argentina promises to be a delicious and memorable experience. 

                            + TOP KID FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES IN ARGENTINA

                            When planning a family adventure in Argentina, it's crucial to blend the thrill of exploration with delightful culinary experiences. Let's dive into a variety of the best child-friendly activities across key destinations in Argentina and discover exciting adventures for the entire family on your Argentina vacation package. 

                            Mendoza - Adventure Holiday for Families 

                            • Cacheuta Thermal Water Park: A perfect destination for families, the Cacheuta Thermal Water Park offers hot springs, pools, and water slides. It's an ideal spot for a relaxing day filled with water-based activities suitable for all ages, adding an element of adventure to your family holiday. 
                            • Mendoza Zoo: This family-friendly zoo features a wide variety of animals, including exotic species and local wildlife. Kids can enjoy interactive exhibits, educational shows, and even have the opportunity to feed some animals, creating an adventurous and educational experience. 

                            Bariloche - Tour Trip for Families 

                            • Cerro Otto Cable Car and Amusement Park: Take a cable car to Cerro Otto, where an amusement park awaits. From thrilling rides to a panoramic revolving restaurant, families can enjoy a day filled with fun and spectacular views, making it an excellent tour trip for families. 
                            • Nahuelito Park: A nature reserve with walking trails and play areas, Nahuelito Park is perfect for families wanting to explore the outdoors. The park also has picnic spots, making it an excellent location for a family day trip, tailored for families seeking a variety of activities. 

                            Buenos Aires - Tailor-Made Tours for Families 

                            • Planetario Galileo Galilei: The Galileo Galilei Planetarium offers captivating astronomy shows suitable for children. Tailor-made tours can include a visit to spark curiosity about the universe in an entertaining and educational way, enhancing your tailor-made family adventure. 
                            • Temaikèn Biopark: A unique zoo and biopark, Temaikèn focuses on conservation and education. Families can explore themed areas, including a bird aviary and a marine section, providing an immersive experience for kids, ensuring a tailor-made adventure suitable for all family members. 

                            Iguazu - Adventure Travel for Families 

                            • Macuco Safari Adventure: For an adventurous twist, embark on the Macuco Safari, where families can take a jungle truck ride and enjoy a boat safari under the falls. It's a thrilling way to experience the natural wonders of Iguazu, creating an unforgettable adventure travel experience for families. 
                            • Guira Oga Wildlife Rescue Center: An animal rehabilitation center near Iguazu, Guira Oga introduces families to rescued animals and promotes conservation. Guided tours offer insights into the importance of protecting wildlife, adding an educational element to your adventure travel. 

                            Patagonia - Adventure Holiday for Families 

                            • Bosque de Arrayanes in Villa La Angostura: Explore the enchanting Bosque de Arrayanes, known for its unique orange-barked trees. Families can take a boat trip to the forest and enjoy a nature walk, creating a magical experience and adding a touch of adventure to your family holiday. 
                            • Estancia Cristina Kids Club: Some estancias in Patagonia offer kids' clubs where young adventurers can participate in age-appropriate activities while parents explore the scenic landscapes. It's a perfect balance for families on a Patagonian adventure holiday, ensuring entertainment for every family member. 

                            Puerto Madryn - Marine Adventures for Families 

                            • Puerto Madryn Aquarium: A visit to the aquarium introduces kids to the diverse marine life of the region. Interactive exhibits and live shows make it an educational and entertaining experience for the whole family, adding a marine adventure to your family tour. 
                            • Whale Watching Excursions: Depending on the season, families can embark on whale watching excursions to observe the majestic southern right whales. It's a thrilling and educational experience for kids fascinated by marine life, enhancing your family adventure with marine adventures. 

                            Formosa - Nature Exploration for Families 

                            • Formosa Eco-Park: Families can explore the Formosa Eco-Park, featuring walking trails, wildlife viewing areas, and educational exhibits. It's an opportunity for kids to connect with nature and learn about the local ecosystems, adding a nature exploration element to your family holiday. 
                            • Pirane Dinosaur Museum: For young dinosaur enthusiasts, a visit to the Pirane Dinosaur Museum provides a chance to see fossil exhibits and learn about the prehistoric creatures that once roamed the region. It's a unique and educational addition to your family adventure. 

                            Puerto Valle - Riverside Retreat for Families 

                            • Kayaking on the Paraná River: Families can enjoy a peaceful kayaking adventure on the Paraná River, exploring its calm waters and discovering the rich biodiversity along the riverbanks. It's a serene and family-friendly activity, enhancing your riverside retreat in Puerto Valle. 
                            • Horseback Riding Excursions: Experience the beauty of Puerto Valle on horseback. Many lodges offer family-friendly horseback riding excursions, allowing kids to connect with nature while enjoying the serene landscapes. It's a perfect addition to your riverside retreat, providing an authentic Argentine experience. 

                            These kid-friendly activities in Argentina, spanning Puerto Madryn, Formosa, and Puerto Valle,  ensure that your family adventure with a diverse range of exciting experiences for every family member, young and old. 

                            ON THE TOUR
                            + INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT ARGENTINA

                            The name Argentina comes from the Latin word for silver, argentum. When the original Spanish conquerors first met the indigenous people in the region, they received silver objects as presents. 

                            • Population–wise, Argentina is one of the least densely populated countries on the planet. 
                            • In 2001, during the year of the country’s worst financial and political crisis, Argentina had five presidents in just 10 days. 
                            • In 1892, Argentina became the first country to use fingerprinting as a form of identification when Francesca Rojas confessed to killing her own children in an attempt to improve her chance of marrying her boyfriend. Her bloody thumbprint was found at the scene of the crime. 
                            • The country boasts the highest and lowest points in South America! The Aconcagua in Mendoza stands at a whopping 6972 metres elevation and the lowest point is the lake "Laguna del carbon" at -105 metres in the Santa Cruz province. 
                            • Tango, the sensuous Latin dance and music, originated in the 1880s in the dance halls (and reportedly the brothels) of Argentina’s capital city, Buenos Aires. 
                            • The remains of the largest dinosaur ever discovered were found in Argentina. Said to be the largest creature to have ever walked the earth, the new species of Titanosaur was discovered in a desert near La Flecha in 2014, usurping the Argentinosaurus previously discovered in Argentina. 
                            • The highest and lowest ever recorded temperatures ever recorded in South America were also in Argentina. The current pope, and the first from the Americas, Pope Francis, used to work as a nightclub bouncer in Buenos Aires. 
                            • Argentina’s retired soccer player Diego Maradona has inspired a religion: the Church of Maradona. It has over 120,000 members. 
                            • In the Chubut province of Patagonia in southern Argentina, around 5,000 people speak Welsh. In 1865, a group of Welsh settlers crossed the Atlantic to settle in remote Patagonia. Today, some 50,000 Argentinian nationals can claim Welsh ancestry. 
                            • Argentine farmer Pedro Martin Ureta cultivated a guitar-shaped forest to honour his late wife, Graciela, who died during childbirth in 1977. He has never seen his creation from above except in photos from friends. 
                            • The world’s widest avenue is in Buenos Aires, Avenida 9 de Julio (Avenue 9 July, Argentina’s national day of independence). It has 14 lanes of traffic and four lanes of parallel streets. 
                            • Since 1953, the national sport of Argentina has been Pato, a game played on horseback that fuses elements of polo and basketball. Pato is the Spanish word for ‘duck’ as early games used a live duck inside a basket instead of a ball. 
                            • Government officials in Lionel Messi’s hometown in Argentina, have banned parents from naming their children Messi because an influx of babies named Messi could ‘lead to confusion’. 
                            • The Cuban revolutionary leader Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara was born in Rosario, Argentina. 
                            • In 1977, Argentina sent a pregnant mother to Antarctica in an effort to claim a portion of the continent. The boy, Emilio Palma, was the first human to be born in Antarctica. He was born in Fortín Sargento Cabral at the Esperanza Base near the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula and weighed 3.4kg (7lb 8oz). 
                            • Argentina shares a border with 5 different countries, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia. 
                            • In 2010, Argentina became the first country in Latin America to legalise same-sex marriage. 
                            • The highest mountain outside of Asia is in Argentina. Aconcagua is 6,961m (22,837ft) high and is located in the Mendoza province. It is also one of the seven summits. 
                            • Major political parties in Argentina produce their own craft beers and brand them with historic political icons. 
                            • Argentina has the world’s highest number of psychiatrists per capita. In 2012, the number of practising psychologists surged to 196 per 100,000 people. 



                            + A RECOMMENDED PACKING LIST FOR ARGENTINA

                            Argentina, a land of contrasts and cultural richness, captivates travelers with its stunning landscapes, vibrant cities, and diverse heritage. Located in the southern part of South America, Argentina is the eighth-largest country in the world, boasting a mix of natural wonders, from the vast Andes Mountain range to the expansive Pampas grasslands and the awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls. Here is our comprehensive packing list for your Argentina Vacation Package. 


                            Seasonal Clothing: 

                            • Lightweight, breathable clothing. 

                            • Swimwear if you're visiting coastal areas. 

                            • Sunscreen, hat, and sunglasses. 

                            Casual Wear: 

                            • Comfortable everyday clothing for sightseeing and casual outings. 

                            Formal Wear: 

                            • If you plan on dining in upscale restaurants or attending special events. 

                            Rain Gear: 

                            • A waterproof jacket or poncho, especially during the rainy season. 


                            • Comfortable walking shoes for exploring cities. 

                            • Sturdy hiking shoes for day treks. 

                            • Sandals  

                            Travel Essentials 

                            • Passport with at least six months validity. 

                            • Visa (if required). 

                            • Printed copies of travel insurance, flight and hotel reservations, and important contact information. 

                            Money and Banking 

                            • Local currency (Argentine pesos) and some US dollars. 

                            • Credit/debit cards. 

                            • Money belt or pouch for keeping valuables secure. 


                            • Power adapter for Argentine outlets. 

                            • Camera and accessories. 

                            • Smartphone and charger. 

                            Health and Safety 

                            • Personal medication. 

                            • Basic first aid kit. 

                            • Insect repellent. 

                            • Travel-sized toiletries. 

                            Travel Guides and Maps: 

                            • Argentina travel guidebook. 

                            • Maps or navigation apps for cities and regions you plan to visit. 

                            For Trekking Tours 


                            • Trekking Gear (For Trekkers): 

                            • Trekking pants/shorts 

                            • Moisture-wicking base layers 

                            • Insulating layers for colder regions 

                            • Lightweight, quick-drying shirts 

                            • Windproof and waterproof jacket 

                            • Hat and gloves for colder altitudes 

                            • Hiking socks and liners 

                            • Gaiters for muddy or snowy trails 


                            • Scarf or bandana 

                            • Belt 

                            • Undergarments 

                            • Sleepwear 

                            • Waterproof cover for your backpack 

                            • Adventure Gear: 4. Daypack Essentials (For Trekkers): 

                            • Snack bars and energy-boosting foods 

                            • Multi-tool or knife 

                            • Headlamp/flashlight with extra batteries 

                            • Map and compass/GPS device 

                            • Lightweight, compact rain cover for your backpack 

                            • Emergency whistle 

                            • Sleeping Gear (For Trekkers): 

                            • Lightweight, compact sleeping bag 

                            • Sleeping pad for added comfort during camping treks 

                            Health and Hygiene 

                            • Personal Health: 

                            • Prescription medications 

                            • Pain relievers and any necessary over-the-counter medications 

                            • First aid supplies (bandages, antiseptic wipes, etc.) 

                            • Motion sickness tablets if needed 

                            • Insect repellent 


                            • Toothbrush and toothpaste 

                            • Shampoo and conditioner 

                            • Body wash or soap 

                            • Deodorant 

                            • Razor and shaving cream 

                            • Feminine hygiene products 


                            • Language and Comfort: - Spanish phrasebook or language app  

                            • Travel pillow and blanket for comfort during long journeys  

                            • Earplugs and sleep mask for better rest 

                            Optional Items:  

                            • Binoculars for bird watching or scenic views   

                            • Lightweight, packable daypack for short excursions 

                            • Travel journal and pen 

                            Remember to consider the specific activities and destinations you have in mind when customizing this packing list. Argentina's diverse landscapes and climates make it essential to be prepared for various conditions, whether you're on a Tailor-Made Tour or embarking on adventurous treks. 

                            FOOD AND CUISINE IN ARGENTINA
                            + THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN ARGENTINA

                            A culinary adventure in Argentina is not just about savoring exceptional flavors but creating tailor-made experiences that cater to your gastronomic preferences. Explore the diverse and rich culinary landscape of Argentina with tailor-made tours that promise exclusive trips, luxury experiences, and essential insights into the country's food culture. 

                            Tailor-Made Tour Essentials: Crafting Your Culinary Exploration 

                            Delve into the heart of Argentina's culinary scene with tailor-made tours that cater to your preferences. These bespoke experiences ensure that every aspect of your journey is carefully curated, from selecting the finest restaurants to exploring local markets and participating in cooking classes. Tailor-made tour agencies specializing in culinary adventures become your guides, ensuring an immersive and personalized exploration of Argentina's gastronomic delights. 

                            Luxury Trips for Discerning Palates: Indulge in Opulence 

                            For those seeking a touch of luxury, tailor-made tour agencies offer experiences that transcend the ordinary. Picture yourself dining in sophisticated settings overlooking the vineyards of Mendoza or indulging in gourmet delights in Buenos Aires. Tailored luxury trips in Argentina bring culinary excellence to the forefront, allowing you to savor the finest dishes while surrounded by breathtaking landscapes. 

                            Exclusive Trips: Unveiling Hidden Culinary Gems 

                            Tailor-made tours in Argentina unlock the doors to exclusive culinary experiences, revealing hidden gems that might escape regular itineraries. Explore the vibrant food scene of Salta, where the artsy and inventive Chirimoya stands as a testament to vegan innovation in a predominantly carnivorous cuisine. Discover the culinary secrets of Cafayate, where Piattelli offers a sophisticated menu influenced by international flavors in the heart of vineyards. 

                            Tips for Crafting Your Culinary Adventure: Navigating Argentina's Food Scene 

                            Tailor-made tour tips for culinary exploration in Argentina are invaluable for navigating the diverse food landscape. Learn about the best times to indulge in a traditional parrilla experience or discover the inventive vegan creations in unexpected places. With tailor-made tour experiences, you receive insider tips that elevate your culinary journey, ensuring you savor the essence of Argentina. 

                            Vacations in South America: A Culinary Tapestry 

                            Argentina's culinary tapestry is woven with flavors that reflect its diverse heritage. Tailor-made tours offer vacations in South America that revolve around culinary exploration. From the mountains of Salta to the vineyards of Mendoza, immerse yourself in the unique culinary identity of each region. Tailored exclusive trips become a gateway to discovering the essence of Argentina's gastronomic diversity. 


                            Best Restaurants in Argentina: OUR PICKS 

                            Argentina's culinary scene is an extravaganza of flavors, with each region offering unique and mouthwatering dishes. Explore the best restaurants in Argentina, where the fusion of Creole, indigenous, and European influences creates a dining experience like no other. 

                            • Salta: Chirimoya 
                              Vegetarian gastronomy takes center stage at Chirimoya, an upbeat and artsy vegan restaurant in Salta. Tailor-made tours can include this hidden gem, where inventive dishes like zucchini pasta and corn flour cannelloni redefine plant-based dining in Argentina. 
                            • Mendoza: Casarena 
                              Indulge in a five-course meal with breathtaking views at Casarena in Mendoza. Tailor-made tours ensure you don't miss this culinary gem, where dishes like spicy lamb gigot and mote wheat over carrot paste tantalize your taste buds against the backdrop of Cerro de la Plata. 
                            • Ushuaia: Kalma Resto 
                              For a Patagonian culinary experience, Kalma Resto in Ushuaia stands out. Tailor-made tours introduce you to the delights of crab, octopus, and black sea bass complemented by a stellar wine list. 
                            • Cafayate: Piattelli 
                              Tailor-made tours take you to Piattelli in Cafayate, an upmarket winery offering a menu with international influences. Enjoy the finest parrilla in northwest Argentina and immerse yourself in the sophistication of this culinary destination. 
                            • Iguazu: La Rueda 
                              In Puerto Iguazu, La Rueda remains a culinary heavyweight. Tailor-made tours ensure you experience inventive river-fish creations and salads in a fine-dining setting, with an impressive wine list to complement your meal. 
                            • Buenos Aires: La Carnicería 
                              For a modern parrilla experience, La Carnicería in Buenos Aires is a must-visit. Tailor-made tours guide you to this hip eatery, where grilled grass-fed meat and reinvented classic recipes cater to the millennial crowd. 
                            • Buenos Aires: DOGG 
                              Indulge in gourmet hot dogs with a twist at DOGG in Buenos Aires. Tailor-made tours offer a quick and savory experience, with grilled dogs and unique flavors making it a favorite among locals. 
                            • Buenos Aires: Don Julio 
                              Consistently named one of the best parrillas, Don Julio is a carnivore's dream. Tailor-made tours ensure you savor thick, grass-fed beef steaks and learn about the different cuts on offer in this iconic Buenos Aires establishment. 
                            • Buenos Aires: La Bourgogne 
                              For a high-end experience, La Bourgogne at the Alvear Palace hotel stands out. Tailor-made tours introduce you to traditional French haute cuisine, complete with an impressive wine list and a luxurious dining setting. 
                            • Buenos Aires: Fogon Asado 
                              Fogon Asado offers a modern take on the traditional Argentine parrilla experience. **Tailor-made tours 


                            + BUENOS AIRES CUISINE

                            Buenos Aires is a vibrant, cultural capital city and this is totally represented in its food. You can order the juiciest of steaks, the most highly caffeinated tea, succulent salads, and the sweetest of desserts. Whether you have a sweet tooth, an Italian cuisine lover, or are a raging carnivore, this incredible city's diverse food scene has something to please all palates. Here are some must- try delights on your visit to Buenos Aires. 


                            Ok let’s start with the elephant in the room, The Asado is Argentina´s signature cuisine that originates from the gaucho culture and traditionally features a wide selection of grilled meats, mainly beef, which Argentina of course, is renowned for. The meat is cooked on a special brick-built grill called la parrilla, and the fire can either be made with charcoal (carbon) or wood leña) which is more typical for the countryside parrilla called “Asado Criollo”, which refers to a more rustic, traditional style of barbecue. 

                            Bife de Chorizo 

                            Argentina is of course world-renowned for beef and its asado from the gaucho culture. Bife de Chorizo is the king of meat cuts in Buenos Aires.  This “sirloin steak” is enormous and juicy and will take up most of your plate, with some fat around the edges for a little extra flavour. A popular way to try this carnivorous delight is at a Tango show, washed down with some wonderful Argentinian wine. 


                            This Argentine snack, appetizer, or meal, is an Argentinian mainstay throughout the country and even more so in Buenos Aires. The pasty-like empanada is a plump bread pocket, full of meat, vegetables, or cheese. Highly addictive, they wash down perfectly with an ice-cold beer. Popular fillings include beef, chicken, cheese and onion, humita (corn), or chorizo. Empanadas are represented in the Buenos Aires gastronomic scene and new flavours and fillings have emerged such as aloo gobi or vegan coconut curry versions! If you prefer the traditional flavours, make a visit to El Gauchito where all types of Argentinian culture are represented, as the name suggests. 


                            Everyone in Buenos Aires drinks Yerba Mate. Mate can pretty much be found in the DNA of Argentinians, and this caffeine filled herbal tea gives its drinkers is the reason why Buenos Aires is known for late-night nightlife. A loose-leaf tea, mate is generally drunk from a traditional pod type cup through a metal straw with a filter at one end. People drink it on their own, but it is also passed around in a group. For a smoky, bold mate, drink the Cruz de Malta variety. 

                            Dulce de leche 

                            Argentine desserts are not complete without dulce de leche.  This gooey caramel paste that tastes like toffee, takes over your taste buds in a sugary bliss-like way. This delicious sweet is made by heating sweetened condensed milk, dulce de leche can be eaten solo with only a spoon, or made into ice cream, stuffed inside churros, found in the middle of alfajores, or used as a glue to hold cakes together. This dessert is found everywhere in Argentina and one of the most available brands is the San Ignacio Dulce de Leche, found all over Buenos Aires. 


                            Argentines are more than proud of their pizza. Usually, a lot more bready than regular pizzas with a colossal amount of cheese, only a bit of tomato sauce, and a few whole green olives symmetrically placed on the top, the best Argentine-style pizza can be found in Buenos Aires. Originally brought over from Italian immigrants, this adopted Argentinian national dish really is a must on a visit to Buenos Aires. 


                            Essentially a savoury quiche-like pie, tartas have a cream and egg base with vegetables. Usual flavours include pumpkin, cheesy broccoli, and zucchini. Soft and fluffy inside with a firm crust outside, the two textures combine for a satisfying snack.  The home-made taste makes you feel fulfilled, as if you’ve just eaten it straight from your grandma’s oven!  Mmmmmmm! 

                            Ice Cream 

                            Another throwback from the Italian immigrants, Gelaterias started developing an ice cream scene in Buenos Aires in the 19th century. Today, Buenos Aires is regarded as an Ice-cream expert goodness with some of the best ice cream parlours on the planet. To order delicious Argentinian flavours ask for dulce de leche, sabayon (a mix of alcohol and eggs), chocolate Suiza or Amargo, and frutos del bosque for a berry-like fruitier option. 


                            Choripan is the Buenos Aires equivalent of a hot dog. Choripan, or “chori” as the local Portenos name it, is an Argentinian chorizo sausage in a bun, generally served with delicious chimichurri on the side for a parsley and garlic kick. If you go to an asado, this will be on the grill, and if you go to a football game, this will be a favourite of the crowd. Choripanes can be found everywhere, but for a more gourmet option, head to the Palermo neighbourhood. 


                            You may be forgiven for thinking that these bready delights are croissants, however they are their own unique breakfast delight. Usually enjoyed with café con leche, eat these for breakfast or during tea time, while slowly sipping on a coffee and reading the paper, for the true Argentinian experience.  Medialunas can be made two ways: with butter or lard. The buttery ones have a super soft and flaky texture, while the lard ones come out thinner and crunchy, both of which are delicious! .


                            Argentina, a jewel in the crown of South America, offers an exceptional blend of breathtaking landscapes, vibrant culture, and a rich culinary tradition. For travelers seeking more than just a taste of Argentina's unique flavors, the country provides an array of customized travel experiences, including tailored adventure trips, tailored exclusive trips, and tailored luxury trips that delve deep into its Spanish-speaking culinary heritage. In this article, we explore some of the best culinary workshops and cooking classes that cater to the adventurous foodie traveler while emphasizing the tailored nature of these experiences. 

                            • Argentine Asado Masterclass 
                              Location: Buenos Aires 
                              Depart on a customized journey through the heart of Argentine culinary traditions with a tailored asado masterclass in Buenos Aires. The Gaucho Grill Experience" in Buenos Aires offers a personalized asado masterclass where participants learn to choose, prepare, and grill various cuts of meat under the guidance of skilled local chefs. The class includes a visit to a local market to handpick the freshest ingredients, ensuring a fully immersive and tailored culinary adventure.Local guides and expert chefs provide personalized instruction, ensuring participants learn the nuances of the asado tailored to their preferences. From choosing the finest cuts to mastering the grill, this bespoke experience guarantees an intimate understanding of Argentina's iconic barbecue. 
                            • Empanada Making Classes 
                              Location: Mendoza 
                              Tailor your adventure in Mendoza with an exclusive empanada making class.Andean Flavors Empanada Workshop" in Mendoza takes participants on a journey through the Andean foothills, where they engage in an exclusive empanada-making class.  Delve into the regional variations of empanadas while enjoying breathtaking views of the Andes. Skilled instructors tailor the class to participants' skill levels, providing an exclusive and hands-on experience in crafting these savory pastries unique to Argentine cuisine. 
                            • Mate Tasting and Rituals 
                              Location: Yerba Mate Plantations, Missiones 
                              Tailored luxury trips take on a new flavor with a personalized mate tasting workshop amidst the lush Yerba Mate plantations. Secrets of Mate: Luxury Plantation Experience" provides an intimate and tailored mate tasting workshop within a private Yerba Mate plantation. Immerse yourself in the Spanish-speaking traditions surrounding this herbal infusion while enjoying a tailored journey through the cultivation and preparation of mate. This exclusive experience offers insights into the cultural significance of mate, uniquely crafted for the discerning traveler. 
                            • Patagonian Culinary Adventure 
                              Location: Bariloche 
                              Tailor your adventure in Patagonia with a culinary workshop highlighting the region's unique flavors. Patagonian Gastronomy Expedition" in Bariloche offers a customized culinary workshop showcasing the unique flavors of Patagonia. Customized for those seeking an exclusive experience, this workshop explores the use of locally sourced ingredients in traditional dishes. Participants can tailor their menu to include specialties such as king crab, wild game, and native herbs, ensuring a personalized and unforgettable culinary adventure. 
                            • Dulce de Leche Dessert Workshop 
                              Location: Cordoba 
                               Explore the sweet side of Argentine cuisine with a tailored luxury trip to Cordoba. Sweet Elegance in Cordoba" introduces travelers to a tailored luxury trip with a dulce de leche dessert workshop. Indulge in a dulce de leche dessert workshop, where participants can customize their desserts using this iconic ingredient. Tailored to individual preferences, this class offers a unique experience in creating Argentine sweets, adding a touch of luxury to the culinary journey. 
                            • Wine Tasting and Gastronomy Tour 
                              Location: Mendoza, Salta, and Cafayate 
                              Customize your culinary adventure by exploring Argentina's renowned wine regions. Vineyard to Table: A Tailored Wine Experience" in Mendoza, Salta, and Cafayate combines tailored wine tasting with gastronomy tours. Tailored wine tasting and gastronomy tours allow participants to savor the finest Argentine wines paired with exquisite local dishes. From Malbec in Mendoza to Torrontés in Salta, this tailored experience is a journey through the diverse terroirs and flavors of Argentine wines. 
                            • Traditional Argentine Cooking Classes 
                              Location: San Miguel de Tucumán 
                              Immerse yourself in the heart of Argentina's northwest with tailored cooking classes in San Miguel de Tucumán. Northwest Delights Cooking Class" in San Miguel offers tailored cooking classes focusing on the traditional dishes of northwest Argentina. Explore the rich culinary traditions of the region, known for its empanadas, humitas, and locro. Tailored to individual preferences, these classes provide hands-on experience in crafting traditional dishes unique to this Spanish-speaking culinary landscape. The perfect add-on for your South American vacation package. 

                            For those seeking more than a generic South American vacation package, Argentina's culinary landscape provides an array of tailored adventure trips, tailored exclusive trips, and tailored luxury trips. From mastering the art of the Argentine barbecue to crafting exclusive desserts using dulce de leche, these customized culinary experiences offer an intimate exploration of Argentina's Spanish-speaking culinary heritage, making each holiday adventure a uniquely personalized experience..

                            + MUST TRY ARGENTINIAN DISHES

                            For many people, it’s football or tango that springs to mind on a visit to Argentina, however its yummy food that has to be amongst that list.  Argentinian food is incredible, especially if you enjoy eating meat. Argentina is home to world-class beef and some of the tastiest dishes in South America. Here are our recommendation for what to eat in Argentina. 


                            In English, asado is called a barbecue, but in Argentina, the Asado is so much more. It helps that Argentina has more cattle than people living there! The Asado is a way of cooking as well as a social event and also happens to be Argentina’s national dish. Combining delicious meat with fire and a grill, popular meats include pork, chicken, sausages, and churrasco. Fine asado cooking uses a parrilla, a large iron grill designed for optimal barbecuing. These dishes are so tender, juicy, and delicious that vegetarians may even be tempted to change their ways! 

                            Argentinian Empanadas 

                            Empanadas are one of Argentina’s most popular street foods. Also, typically served as an appetizer. They were introduced by Spanish immigrants during the 16th century and consist of stuffed dough pockets, with different fillings and usually baked or fried. The different fillings include meats such as chicken or beef and veggies. If you’re looking to explore this Argentine food, there are a variety of delicious ways to stuff an empanada; Beef, Chorizo, Pork, Turkey Chicken, Fruit, Beans, Seafood, Cheese, in fact virtually ANYTHING can be stuffed into an empanada! These Argentine pasties are excellent because they allow you to get creative! 


                            A Choripan is a chorizo sandwich. Chorizo is grilled, split down the middle, and served on a baguette or bread roll, similar to the classic hotdog. 

                            If you want your taste buds to explode, slather your Choripan with the ever-present chimichurri. A garlicy sauce similar to pesto. Choripans may also be served with salsa. Choripans are commonly found at sports venues and street festivals and a popular lunchtime choice. 


                            Chimichurri is Argentina’s distinctive pesto. It’s served on grilled meats and used as a dipping sauce, also commonly found on choripans and empanadas. There isn’t a fixed recipe for chimichurri as every Argentinian likes to add his or her own flare to the sauce. The sauce incorporates parsley, garlic, olive oil, oregano, vinegar, and chili peppers, and you will see chimichurri at an asado or served with your bread basket at a restaurant. 


                            Take some meat, soak it in batter, then fry it up. What do you get? A delicious Milanesa. This breaded Milanesa may be served on a sandwich or as a snack and is generally made from silverside yet it may also be made using chicken breast. You can add flavor by ordering it with many different toppings. Milanesa a Caballo is a traditional milanesa dish is topped with two fried eggs and served with fries. A Milanesa Sandwich, take it to the next level by making it into a sandwich! Add lettuce, tomato, cheese, and serve in a hearty roll.  

                            Milanesa a La Napolitana -Add some Italian essence to your milanesa by topping it with prosciutto and fresh mozzarella, tomato sauce and grill until cheese turns golden brown. 

                            Matambre Arrollado 

                            This hearty Argentine food comes from the beef cut below a cow’s ribs and is difficult to find outside of Argentina, so flank steak is a common alternative. Matambre combines thinly sliced meat with a variety of ingredients including mixed vegetables, hard-boiled eggs, red peppers, and olives, usually seasoned with garlic, coriander and olive oil. All the ingredients are mixed with the beef and cooked together asado-style. Matambre arrollado creates a flavorsome and filling meal that kills all of your hunger as its name suggests! 

                            Argentinian Pizza  

                            Argentinian pizza, or Fugazza, may look like your average pie, but it definitely isn’t! with a thick crust made from airy dough. Traditional Argentine-pizza is light on the sauce and heavy on the cheese. If it’s not dripping in cheese, it’s not a Fugazza. Pizzas usually come with a variety of topping selections, including Calabresa (spicy pork sausage) Jamón y morrones (ham and bell peppers), spinach and bechamel 

                            Muzza is the classic Argentinian pizza style. It’s loaded with cheese and a small amount of tomato sauce, then finished with olives and oregano. 

                            Fugazzeta Argentine Pizza is onion-based and loaded with grated mozzarella. 

                            Pizza a La Piedra is baked on a stone in a wood-fired oven. Unlike traditional Argentine pizza, it has a thinner crust and dripping in tomato sauce. 


                            Locro is a national Argentine dish. If you are visiting Argentina around May 25, you will find yourself eating locro. This hearty and tasty stew is made using white corn, beef or pork, tripe, and red chorizo. Vegetables like beans, squash, and pumpkin are also added. 


                            Corn and milk are blended to create a delicious dough. It’s combined with onions, spices and goat cheese for extra flavor. The mixture then gets folded into a corn leaf and steamed or boiled. Humita can be a snack or a main dish and is also a common empanada filling. Humita is very popular around the Andean region of South America. 

                            However, they’re not usually stuffed with meat. Instead, these Argentine foods are filled with cheese or vegetables. 


                            Carbonada is a popular stew during Argentina’s winter months. It combines meat, potatoes, corn on the cob, carrots, peppers, and bacon and is topped with fruits like peaches, raisins, and pears. Once the mixture is prepared, carbonada is poured into a hollowed-out pumpkin, then barbecued. Its hearty flavor make carbonada a delicious Argentine food during the cold season. 


                            Alfajores are small biscuit stuffed with different flavorings, usually made from crumbly shortbread. When the Moors traveled to Spain, they brought back delicious alfajor recipes with them. Alfajores can have various fillings; sweet jams, mousse, but they are usually dulce de leche filled sweet sandwiches. Argentinians enjoy eating alfajores for breakfast, dessert, and as a tasty snack throughout the day. Argentina consumes the most alfajores in the world. And Havanna alfajores are arguably the most famous brand of alfajores in the world. They are not just a snack, but a large part of the Argentine culture. 

                            Dulce de Leche 

                            Another sweet Argentinian food, dulce de leche translates to “milky candy” and is a must-try dessert. Dulce de leche is made from sweetened, condensed milk. Combined with sugar, it creates a thick caramel and is also a popular ice cream topping. It’s often added to alfajores and dessert empanadas as an extra layer of sweetness. Whether you’re drizzling it over ice cream or licking it from a spoon, there’s no wrong way to enjoy dulce de leche. 


                            If you head to an Argentinian coffee shop, be sure to pick up a freshly baked and delicious medialuna. The name comes from its “half-moon” shape and the buttery puff pastry similar to a French croissant, but is sweeter and smaller than typical croissants. Argentinians love eating medialunas for breakfast or as a light snack alongside a cup of coffee or tea. 

                            Yerba Mate 

                            To finish off your meal, Argentinian -style you have to serve yerba mate! Yerba mate is a bitter herb that comes from the holly genus plant and has high caffeine levels brewed like a tea. Its leaves are dried, chopped, ground into a fine powder and mixed with hot water. Yerba mate may also come as whole leaves. Traditionally, yerba mate is served in a gourd and sipped through a metal straw. It’s common to share yerba mate with friends and pass the drink around the table. 


                            Argentina, renowned for its sizzling asados and succulent meats, might seem like a challenging destination for vegetarians and vegans. However, this South American gem has much more to offer beyond its carnivorous delights. Here, we will embark on a culinary exploration of the best things to eat in Argentina for those following a vegetarian or vegan diet, discovering the diverse and flavorful options available throughout your Argentina vacation package.

                            Empanadas de Humita

                            Embrace the flavors of the northwest with Empanadas de Humita. These delectable pastries are filled with a savory mixture of corn, onions, cheese, and herbs, offering a taste of Argentina's rich culinary traditions.


                            Originating from the Andean regions, Locro is a hearty stew made with potatoes, corn, beans, and various vegetables. This dish, often prepared during winter festivals, provides a warm and comforting option for vegetarians seeking a taste of traditional Argentine cuisine.

                            Provoleta Vegetariana

                            A vegetarian twist on the classic Provoleta, this dish features melted provolone cheese infused with herbs, spices, and roasted vegetables. Served hot and gooey, it's a delightful appetizer that showcases Argentina's love for cheese.

                            Milanesa de Soja

                            A vegetarian take on the famous Milanesa, Milanesa de Soja features breaded and fried soy cutlets. This plant-based version offers a crunchy exterior and a tender inside, providing a satisfying alternative for those seeking a meatless option.

                            Humita en Chala

                            Humita en Chala is a dish made from grated corn mixed with sautéed vegetables, wrapped in corn husks, and steamed to perfection. The result is a tamale-like creation that celebrates the natural sweetness of corn.

                            Quinoa and Vegetable Salad

                            Argentina's fertile lands contribute to a vibrant array of vegetables. A Quinoa and Vegetable Salad combines the wholesome goodness of quinoa with a medley of fresh vegetables, creating a light and nutritious option for health-conscious vegetarians.

                            Pizza de Muzzarella

                            Argentina's pizza culture is a vegetarian's delight. A classic Pizza de Muzzarella, topped with gooey mozzarella cheese, tomato sauce, and sometimes fresh basil, exemplifies the simplicity and deliciousness of Argentine pizza.

                            Helado de Frutas

                            Indulge in a sweet treat with Helado de Frutas, Argentina's flavorful fruit sorbet or ice cream. With a plethora of fruit options available, from dulce de leche to passion fruit, it's a refreshing way to cap off a vegetarian or vegan meal.

                            Vegetarian Parrilla

                            Many parrillas (steakhouses) in Argentina now offer dedicated vegetarian grills, featuring a variety of grilled vegetables, mushrooms, and plant-based sausages. This customizable option allows vegetarians to experience the social and culinary aspect of traditional Argentine barbecue on their holiday adventures.

                            Vegetarian Picada

                            Join in on Argentina's social tradition of picadas with a Vegetarian Picada. This sharing platter includes an assortment of cheeses, olives, pickles, nuts, and dried fruits, providing a flavorful and communal experience for vegetarians to enjoy with friends or family.

                            Pumpkin and Ricotta Sorrentinos

                            This pasta dish, inspired by Italian influences in Argentine cuisine, features Sorrentinos stuffed with a creamy blend of pumpkin and ricotta. Served with a light sauce or brown butter and sage, it's a sophisticated and satisfying option for vegetarians.

                            Vegetarian Empanadas de Acelga

                            Dive into the world of savory vegetarian pastries with Empanadas de Acelga, filled with sautéed Swiss chard, onions, and cheese. These flavorful empanadas showcase the diversity of fillings available for those seeking a meat-free alternative.

                            Zapallo Relleno

                            Celebrate Argentina's diverse squash varieties with Zapallo Relleno, a dish where a whole pumpkin is stuffed with a flavorful mixture of rice, vegetables, and herbs. This hearty and visually striking option is a favorite during fall and winter seasons.

                            Vegan Alfajor de Coco

                            Experience the sweetness of Vegan Alfajor de Coco, a coconut-filled cookie sandwich often paired with dairy-free caramel or fruit preserves. These vegan delights provide a guilt-free indulgence for those with a sweet tooth.

                            Alfajores de Maicena

                            Cap off your vegetarian or vegan journey with Alfajores de Maicena, delicate cornstarch cookies filled with sweet caramel or fruit preserves. These sweet delights are a popular and cruelty-free dessert option in Argentina.

                            While Argentina is often celebrated for its meat-centric cuisine, the country's culinary landscape has evolved to cater to vegetarians and vegans. From traditional dishes with a plant-based twist to innovative creations inspired by Argentina's diverse produce, there's a wealth of delicious options waiting to be explored on your South American vacation package. This culinary journey proves that Argentina has something for everyone, even those embracing a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle.

                            HEALTH AND WELL BEING
                            + CAN YOU DRINK THE TAP WATER IN ARGENTINA?

                            Argentina, a country known for its rich cultural heritage, breathtaking landscapes, and delicious cuisine, is also home to tap water that is generally safe for consumption, ensuring a worry-free experience during your tailor-made holiday adventures. While the quality of tap water can vary from region to region, the majority of Argentina's urban areas provide water that meets international health standards. Here, we will explore the safety of drinking tap water in Argentina, the factors influencing its quality, and tips for ensuring a refreshing experience during your Argentina vacation package. 

                            Water Quality and Treatment 

                            Argentina places a significant emphasis on water quality and safety, making it an ideal destination for tailored adventure trips. Municipalities across the country are responsible for treating and distributing water to their residents, ensuring that the tap water aligns with international standards. The National Regulatory Authority for Water and Sanitation (ENOHSA) monitors and regulates water quality standards, creating a safe environment for your vacation in South America. 

                            The water treatment process typically involves several steps, including sedimentation, filtration, and disinfection. Chlorination is commonly used to eliminate bacteria and other harmful microorganisms. Additionally, many municipalities add fluoride to tap water to promote dental health, contributing to a seamless experience during your tour trip. 

                            Regional Variances 

                            While the overall quality of tap water in Argentina is generally good, there may be variations depending on the region, highlighting the importance of tailored adventure trips. Larger cities and urban areas usually have well-established water treatment facilities and systems, providing a reliable supply of safe tap water for your vacation in South America. However, in more remote or rural areas, water infrastructure may not be as advanced, potentially leading to differences in water quality. 

                            To stay informed about the specific conditions in a particular region during your Argentina vacation package, travelers and residents alike can check with local authorities or use online resources that provide updates on water quality. 


                            Tips for Drinking Tap Water in Argentina During Tailor-Made Tours 

                            • Research the Local Conditions 
                              Before embarking on your tailored adventure trips, research the local conditions to ensure a seamless experience during your Argentina vacation package. Some regions might have higher mineral content, affecting the taste but generally safe to drink. 
                            • Use a Water Filter for Adventure Tours in Argentina 
                              Enhance your holiday adventures by using a water filter if you have concerns about the taste or quality of tap water. Portable water filters are widely available and can provide an extra layer of purification for your tour trip. 
                            • Bring a Reusable Water Bottle for Your Vacations in South America
                              To contribute to environmental sustainability and enjoy a tailored adventure trip, bring a reusable water bottle. Fill it up with tap water when needed, ensuring convenient and safe hydration during your vacations in South America. 
                            • Boil Water in Remote Areas 
                              In more remote or rural areas where water infrastructure might be less advanced, it's a good practice to boil tap water before consumption during your tailor-made holiday adventures. Boiling water kills harmful microorganisms and ensures a worry-free experience. 

                            Argentina offers generally safe tap water for urban areas, providing an excellent backdrop for your tailor-made holiday adventures. Strict regulations and monitoring ensure a worry-free experience, allowing you to focus on enjoying your Argentina vacation package. By staying aware of local conditions and implementing basic water safety measures during your tour trip, tap water in Argentina becomes an integral part of the positive experience of exploring this beautiful and diverse country. 

                            + FIRST AID TIPS AND WHAT TO PACK

                            A holiday adventure in Argentina promises unforgettable experiences, but being prepared for unforeseen circumstances is essential. As you plan your vacation in South America, consider assembling a comprehensive first aid kit tailored to meet the unique demands of your trip. In this guide, we'll outline what to pack to ensure a safe and enjoyable tour trip, seamlessly integrating with your Argentina vacation package. 

                            Must-Haves for Your Tailor-Made Argentina Vacation First Aid Kit 

                            Basic Wound Care 

                            • a. Adhesive bandages in various sizes 
                            • b. Sterile gauze pads and adhesive tape 
                            • c. Antiseptic wipes or solution for cleaning wounds 
                            • d. Tweezers for splinter removal 
                            • e. Scissors for cutting gauze and tape 
                            • f. Disposable gloves for infection control 


                            • a. Pain relievers (acetaminophen or ibuprofen) 
                            • b. Antihistamines for allergic reactions 
                            • c. Anti-inflammatory medication 
                            • d. Motion sickness tablets 
                            • e. Personal prescription medications with ample supply 
                            • f. Basic oral rehydration salts 

                            Sun Protection 

                            • a. High SPF sunscreen for both face and body 
                            • b. Lip balm with UV protection 
                            • c. Aloe vera gel for sunburn relief 
                            • d. Wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses for additional protection 

                            Insect Protection 

                            • a. Insect repellent containing DEET 
                            • b. Calamine lotion or hydrocortisone cream for insect bites 
                            • c. Mosquito netting for additional protection, especially in remote areas 

                            Digestive Health 

                            • a. Anti-diarrheal medication 
                            • b. Oral rehydration solution packets 
                            • c. Probiotics for maintaining gut health 
                            • d. Antacids for indigestion 

                            Basic Hygiene 

                            • a. Hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content 
                            • b. Wet wipes and tissues 
                            • c. Compact towel for personal hygiene 

                            Emergency Equipment 

                            • a. Compact first aid manual 
                            • b. Flashlight with extra batteries 
                            • c. Multipurpose tool with scissors and tweezers 
                            • d. Emergency whistle 
                            • e. Basic first aid CPR mask 

                            Personal Health Information 

                            • a. List of emergency contact numbers 
                            • b. Copy of personal identification and health insurance information 
                            • c. Any relevant medical history or allergy information 

                            Altitude Sickness Prevention 

                            • a. Medications such as acetazolamide 
                            • b. Reusable water bottle for proper hydration 

                            Specialized Items for Unique Activities 

                            • a. Bandages and blister pads for hiking 
                            • b. Compression bandage for sprains 
                            • c. Seasickness tablets for boat excursions 
                            • d. Cold packs for immediate relief of swelling or pain 


                            Tailored Advice for Your Argentina Vacation Package 

                            • Travel Health Insurance 
                              Consider investing in travel health insurance to ensure comprehensive coverage for any medical emergencies during your tailor-made tours. 
                            • Consult with a Travel Health Professional 
                              Before your vacation in Argentina, consult with a travel health professional to receive personalized advice based on your health needs and the specific activities planned during your tailored adventure trips. 


                            By assembling a detailed first aid kit tailored to your needs, you'll be well-prepared for any health-related challenges that may arise during your Argentina vacation package. Prioritize safety, and enjoy your tailor-made tours with confidence, knowing you have the essentials for a secure and memorable journey. 


                            Setting out on holiday adventures in Argentina is a thrilling prospect, and ensuring optimal health and fitness levels can greatly enhance your overall experience. Here, we will explore how to prepare for your trip to Argentina, incorporating health and fitness practices to make the most of your vacation in South America. 

                            1. Prioritize Your Physical Health 

                            • a. Pre-Trip Health Check:
                              Before your Argentina vacation package, schedule a health check-up with your healthcare provider. Ensure your vaccinations are up-to-date, discuss any potential health concerns, and obtain necessary medications. 
                            • b. Fitness Assessment 
                              Assess your current fitness level and tailor your exercise routine accordingly. Consider incorporating cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility exercises to prepare for the diverse activities during your tailored adventure trips. 

                            2. Boost Your Immune System 

                            • a. Nutrient-Rich Diet: 
                              Adopt a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. Proper nutrition enhances your immune system, ensuring you're ready for the physical demands of your Argentina vacation package. 
                            • b. Hydration: 
                              Stay well-hydrated by drinking plenty of water. This is particularly important when exploring diverse climates during your tailor-made tours, helping you adapt to different conditions. 

                            3. Tailored Fitness Routine 

                            • a. Cardiovascular Exercises: 
                              Incorporate activities such as jogging, cycling, or brisk walking to improve cardiovascular endurance. This will prove beneficial during hikes and explorations in Argentina's stunning landscapes. 
                            • b. Strength Training: 
                              Include strength training exercises to build muscle strength. This is especially important for activities like hiking and exploring, ensuring you have the stamina for extended adventures. 
                            • c. Flexibility Workouts: 
                              Stretching exercises improve flexibility, reducing the risk of injuries during your holiday adventures. Yoga or Pilates can be excellent additions to your fitness routine. 

                            4. Mental Well-being 

                            • a. Stress Management: 
                              Practice stress-reducing activities such as meditation or deep-breathing exercises to maintain mental well-being during your tailor-made tours. 
                            • b. Adequate Rest: 
                              Ensure you get enough sleep to rejuvenate your body and mind, especially if your Argentina vacation package involves varied time zones. 

                            5. Special Considerations for Tailored Adventure Trips 

                            • a. Altitude Preparation: 
                              If your tour trip includes high-altitude destinations, gradually acclimate your body to the change in elevation. Stay hydrated and be mindful of altitude-related symptoms. 
                            • b. Specific Fitness for Activities: 
                              Tailor your fitness routine to match the activities planned during your Argentina vacation. For example, if trekking is on the agenda, focus on building leg strength and endurance. 

                            6. Packing Essentials for Health and Fitness 

                            • a. Comfortable Activewear: 
                              Pack breathable and comfortable activewear suitable for various climates and activities. 
                            • b. Fitness Tracker: 
                              Bring a fitness tracker to monitor your activity levels and ensure you meet your health and fitness goals during your tailored adventure trips. 
                            • c. Healthy Snacks: 
                              Include nutritious snacks in your travel bag to sustain your energy levels during excursions. 

                            7. Stay Hydrated and Nourished 

                            • a. Water Bottle: 
                              Carry a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated, especially in regions with different climates. 
                            • b. Nutrient-Dense Snacks: 
                              Pack trail mix, energy bars, or fresh fruits for quick and healthy snacks during your vacation in South America. 

                            By prioritizing your health and fitness levels before your Argentina vacation package, you'll be better prepared to fully enjoy the tailor-made tours and holiday adventures that await. Incorporate these practices into your pre-trip routine, pack accordingly, and embark on your journey to Argentina with the confidence that comes from being physically and mentally prepared for the diverse experiences that lie ahead. 


                            IN As you gear up for your tailor made tour and holiday adventures in Argentina, safeguarding your health from potential hazards like mosquitoes is paramount. In this detailed guide, we'll explore effective strategies for protecting yourself from mosquitoes and other hazards, ensuring a worry-free and enjoyable vacation in South America. 

                            1. Mosquito Protection 

                            • a. Insect Repellent: 
                              One of the key elements in protecting yourself from mosquitoes is using a reliable insect repellent. Choose a product containing DEET and apply it to exposed skin, especially during dawn and dusk when mosquitoes are most active. 
                            • b. Clothing Choices: 
                              Opt for long sleeves, pants, and closed shoes to minimize exposed skin. Consider treating your clothing with permethrin, an insect repellent that provides an additional layer of protection. 
                            • c. Mosquito Nets: 
                              In areas where mosquitoes are prevalent, particularly during tailored adventure trips in more remote locations, consider using a mosquito net for a restful night's sleep. 

                            2. Protection Against Other Hazards 

                            • a. Sun Safety: 
                              Shield yourself from the strong South American sun by wearing a wide-brimmed hat, sunglasses, and applying high SPF sunscreen. Reapply sunscreen regularly, especially if you're engaging in water-based activities during your Argentina vacation package. 
                            • b. Hydration in Different Climates: 
                              Argentina's diverse landscapes mean varying climates. Stay hydrated by carrying a reusable water bottle and adjusting your water intake based on the local conditions. 
                            • c. Altitude Considerations: 
                              If your tailor-made tour includes high-altitude destinations, acclimatize gradually, stay well-hydrated, and be mindful of any altitude-related symptoms. This preparation is crucial for your health and fitness during the trip. 

                            3. Personal Health and Safety 

                            • a. Travel Insurance: 
                              Safeguard your overall well-being by investing in comprehensive travel insurance. This ensures coverage in case of unexpected medical emergencies during your Argentina vacation package. 
                            • b. Emergency Contact Information: 
                              Carry a list of emergency contact numbers, including local authorities and relevant health insurance details. Keep this information easily accessible in case of unforeseen circumstances. 
                            • c. Basic First Aid Knowledge: 
                              Familiarize yourself with basic first aid practices. A small first aid kit, including items like bandages, pain relievers, and antiseptic wipes, can be immensely helpful during your tailor-made adventure trips. 

                            4. Environmentally Conscious Travel 

                            • a. Avoiding Wildlife Interaction: 
                              Appreciate Argentina's diverse flora and fauna from a safe distance. Refrain from feeding or provoking animals to avoid potential hazards. 
                            • b. Responsible Hiking Practices: 
                              If your tailored adventure trips involve hiking, stick to marked trails, be mindful of local wildlife, and follow responsible hiking practices to protect both yourself and the environment. 
                            • c. Waste Management: 
                              Contribute to the preservation of Argentina's natural beauty by practicing responsible waste management. Dispose of your trash properly and follow Leave No Trace principles. 

                            5. Personalized Packing 

                            • a. Insect-Repellent Clothing: 
                              Consider packing clothing treated with insect repellent or purchase clothing specifically designed to deter mosquitoes. 
                            • b. Allergy Medication: 
                              If you have known allergies, pack necessary medications to address potential reactions. 
                            • c. Weather-Appropriate Clothing: 
                              Check the weather forecast for your Argentina vacation package and pack accordingly. Prepare for varying temperatures and weather conditions to stay comfortable and safe. 


                            As you embark on tailor-made tours and holiday adventures in Argentina, taking proactive measures to protect yourself from mosquitoes and other hazards ensures a safe and enjoyable experience. Incorporate these strategies into your travel preparations, stay informed about the local environment, and prioritize your health and well-being throughout your South American journey. With these precautions in place, you can fully immerse yourself in the wonders of Argentina, confident in your ability to navigate its natural beauty responsibly. 


                            Holiday adventures in Argentina are a thrilling experience, but ensuring your health is protected through recommended vaccinations is a crucial aspect of trip preparation. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the essential vaccinations to consider for your Argentina vacation package, ensuring a safe and worry-free journey through South America. 

                            Routine Vaccinations 

                            • a. Ensure Updated Vaccines 
                              Before embarking on your tailor-made adventure trips, ensure that routine vaccinations are up-to-date. This includes vaccines such as measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTaP), and varicella (chickenpox). 
                            • b. Influenza Vaccine 
                              Consider getting the seasonal influenza vaccine, especially if your Argentina vacation package falls during the flu season. 

                            Travel-Specific Vaccinations 

                            • a. Hepatitis A and B 
                              Both Hepatitis A and B vaccines are recommended for travelers to Argentina. Hepatitis A is transmitted through contaminated food and water, while Hepatitis B can be contracted through sexual contact or contaminated needles. 
                            • b. Typhoid Fever 
                              Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection transmitted through contaminated food and water. Consider getting the typhoid vaccine, particularly if you plan to explore off-the-beaten-path destinations during your tailor-made tours. 
                            • c. Yellow Fever 
                              If your Argentina vacation package includes regions with a risk of yellow fever transmission, such as certain areas in the north, a yellow fever vaccination is mandatory. Some countries may require proof of vaccination for entry. 
                            • d. Rabies 
                              While rabies is relatively rare, if you anticipate close contact with animals during your tailored adventure trips or if you'll be in remote areas where medical assistance may be limited, the rabies vaccine may be recommended. 

                            Malaria Prevention 

                            • a. Anti-Malarial Medications: 
                              In specific regions of Argentina, particularly in the northern provinces, there may be a risk of malaria. Consult with your healthcare provider about the need for anti-malarial medications based on your travel itinerary. 

                            Consult with a Travel Health Professional 

                            • a. Personalized Advice: 
                              Schedule a consultation with a travel health professional well in advance of your Argentina vacation package. They can provide personalized advice based on your health history, the nature of your tailored adventure trips, and the specific regions you plan to visit. 
                            • b. Discuss Your Itinerary: 
                              Share your detailed itinerary with the healthcare provider to receive tailored recommendations for vaccinations and health precautions. 

                            Health and Safety During Travel 

                            • a. Stay Hydrated: 
                              Ensure you drink bottled or properly treated water during your trip to prevent waterborne diseases. 
                            • b. Practice Mosquito Bite Prevention: 
                              In addition to vaccinations, practice mosquito bite prevention measures, such as using insect repellent, wearing long sleeves and pants, and sleeping under mosquito nets. 
                            • c. Food Safety: 
                              Exercise caution with food choices, favoring well-cooked and properly handled meals to prevent foodborne illnesses. 

                            Prioritizing recommended vaccinations is a vital component of preparing for tailor-made tours and holiday adventures in Argentina. By staying proactive about your health, consulting with a healthcare professional, and adhering to travel-specific vaccinations, you can explore the captivating landscapes of Argentina with confidence. Safeguard your well-being, adhere to health recommendations, and enjoy the beauty of South America responsibly during your tailor-made adventure in Argentina. 

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