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A tour of Argentina offers travelers diverse landscapes of glaciers, fjords, inlets, lakes, forests, prairies, mountains, desert and cosmopolitan cities. Trips to Northern Argentina showcase unique desert landforms, deep gorges that provide for excellent hiking, and the thunderous Iguazu Falls, whose billowing cascades tumble through lush subtropical rainforest. On a trip to southern Argentina, you'll greet the awe-inspiring scenery of the end of the world, Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, where you can board a cruise of Patagonia or take hikes passing through verdant fjords and rugged, glacier-topped mountains. As you hike this diverse terrain, including the illustrious Fitz Roy Range, you'll realize the true essence of natural beauty. Ushuaia, the world's southermost city is the main port for cruises to Antarctica.

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Tierra del Fuego Explorer$8254Easy ActiveOn this 4-day tour you'll hike and paddle through the Tierra del Fuego National Park, sail the Beagle Channel, and explore Estancia Harberton and …
Highlights of Southern Argentina$15757Easy ActiveVisit Ushuaia, Los Glaciares National Park, Tierra del Fuego National Park, El Calafate and the breathtaking Perito Moreno Glacier for the holidays …
End of the World$614011RelaxedPrepare for an epic 11-day Patagonia adventure, exploring Tierra del Fuego National Park, embarking on the Stella Australis cruise, and ending your …
Tierra del Fuego National Park$180½RelaxedHike through the famed Tierra del Fuego National Park and take the End of the World Train on this Argentina Tour.
Penguin Island, Gable Island & Estancia Harberton$2551Easy Active
Escondido and Fagnano Lakes$851Relaxed

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Top Argentina Cruises

Trip NameFromDaysLevelSummary
Discover Patagonia: Ushuaia to Punta Arenas$11894RelaxedThis cruise of Patagonia on the ship M/V Stella Australis takes you on an amazing 4-day journey to the “uttermost end of the earth.” Sail …
Ocean Voyage : Ushuaia - Hanga Roa$24909RelaxedCommune with nothing but the ocean to find your inner bliss as you feel the gentle wind on your face. This incredible 9-day cruise offers you the …
Darwin's Route from Ushuaia$23668RelaxedThe end of the world awaits you on the expedition cruise ship MV Stella Australis on a journey that retraces much of Darwin’s route through the …
Antarctic Express$649511RelaxedBe part of a fantastic sailing adventure starting and ending in charming Ushuaia, the world’s southernmost city. Explore the wonderful landscapes …
Antarctic Peninsula$859512RelaxedSpend a day exploring Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, before embarking the Sea Spirit and venturing across the Drake Passage on your way …
Falkland Islands Exclusive$560010RelaxedBoard the ice-strengthened vessel Ortelius for a 10-day deep exploration of the remote Flakland Islands, home to wildlife sanctuaries, historic sites …

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Most travelers are attracted to Argentina by a combination of culture, cuisine and countryside. They don’t leave disappointed. Argentina is massive. It’s the 8th largest country in the world, and the largest Spanish speaking country by land mass. The top sites to visit are spread across vast distances, so hop on a plane, grab a bottle of Argentine wine, and explore these top travel picks:

Buenos Aires - The cultural and political capital of Argentina is a bustling metropolis with a European vibe. Most trips to Argentina start and finish here.
Iguazu Falls - Don’t miss one of the world’s most impressive waterfalls which sits on the border between Argentina and Brazil.
El Calafate - Stay in luxurious Patagonia lodges as you explore Perito Moreno glacier and Glacier National Park. Nearby access the towering Fitz Roy Range and plunging glaciers of Glacier National Park.
Ushuaia - In Tierra del Fuego at the “End of the world” you’ll find the charming small city of Ushuaia where the majority of the world’s cruises to Antarctica depart.
Salta - This picturesque small city is surrounded by breathtaking hiking and trekking opportunities.
Wine country - The Mendoza and Cafayate areas are the hottest wine tasting regions in Argentina and give a savory glimpse into the country’s exceptional culinary traditions.
Public Holidays in Argentina (2017)

January 1:          New Year’s Day
February 27-28: Carnival
March 24:           National Day of the Memory by the Truth and Justice
April 2:                Veterans and Memorial Day in Malvina
April 14-16:         Holy Week
May 1:                Labor Day
May 25:              Revolution Day
June 17:             Anniversary of General Martin Miguel Death
June 19:              Public Holiday
June 20:              Anniversary of General D. Manuel Belgrano’s Death
July 9:                 Independence Day
August 15:          Death of San Martin
October 9:          Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity
November 27:     National Sovereignty Day
December 8:       Virgins’ Day & Feast of the Immaculate Conception
December 25:     Christmas Day

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Do I need a visa to travel to Argentina?
North Americans and Europeans do not need to get a visa before traveling, but there is a reciprocity tax (equivalent of what that country charges Argentines) of the indicated value that must be paid online for the following countries:
  • United States: $160, valid for multiple entries for up to 10 years
  • Canada: $92, valid for multiple entries for up to 5 years
  • Australia: $100, valid for multiple entries up to 1 year
Follow this link to pay the tax. The instructions are here. You must present a receipt of the payment at every border crossing.

Is tipping customary in Argentina?
Although not required, offering a small tip for services is a way to show appreciation for excellent work. In restaurants, you can add a 10% to the service charge that is included; for guides, we recommend between $2-10/ day; drivers can be tipped $1-3/ day.

What is the internet access like in Argentina?
Throughout most of Argentina, you will have access to high speed and/or wireless internet, including in most of the hotels. If you would like to make sure that the hotel where you’d like to stay has internet access, we’d be happy to let you know. In more remote parts of Argentina, like Patagonia and much of the southern wilds, there is not internet access.

Can I use my cell phone while in Argentina?
It all depends on your carrier, but roaming plans tend to be very expensive. If you have a GSM phone with a chip and it is unlocked or has a roaming option on your plan, you can simply buy a pre-paid chip once you arrive from one of the major carriers – Movistar, Nextel, or Personal. However, in some of the more isolated southern regions of the country, like Patagonia, Torres del Paine National Park or Tierra del Fuego, it can be impossible to get a signal.
Do I need power adapters?
You will need a voltage converter for 110-volt devices to work on Argentina’s 220-volt, 50-cycle electricity. Plugs are generally three angled flat prongs or two rounded prongs, so having plug adapters is also handy.

What are the toilets like in Argentina?
In the cities, hotels, and restaurants, you can count on modern flushing toilets; in rural parts of the country and on treks, you will likely only have squat toilets. You should always keep a bit of extra toilet paper and hand sanitizer with you as there is no guarantee that these will be provided in any restrooms.

What will it cost for a… ?
Bus fare: $0.10
Glass of wine or beer: $1.20
Simple lunch: $2.00
Dinner in a decent restaurant: $7.00

Can I drink the water in Argentina?
You can drink the water throughout most of Argentina, however many people say that it has a strong taste of chlorine. We make sure that there is always bottled water available to you if you prefer. In some of the more remote parts of Argentina, you should not drink the tap water, and we advise against brushing your teeth with it either.
Are credit cards accepted in Argentina?
Credit cards are widely accepted in Argentina in most stores, restaurants, and hotels in the major cities. As you get further from the modern cities into the small towns and isolated regions of the country, it is less likely that you will find businesses that accept credit cards.

What is ATM access like in Argentina?
ATMs are very common in big cities like Buenos Aires, but if you are traveling to remote areas or doing an active tour far from the main cities, it is a good idea to withdraw enough money to last at the beginning of your trip.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance before heading to Argentina?
You definitely should! We highly recommend buying travel insurance before heading out on your vacation, and we work with TravelGuard Insurance company to provide you with the best deals. They offer fair prices for comprehensive insurance packages. Our Once You’re Booked page has more info.

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