Category: Argentina

El Chaltén – Patagonia Argentina

El Chaltén is considered to be the trekking capital of Argentina. This charming village is surrounded by lakes, lagoons, mountains and glaciers allowing for a wide spectrum of outdoor activities. Unguided hikes are common as the trails are free, well marked and easily accessible.

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Buenos Aires – Argentina

Buenos Aires is considered to be one of the most elegant and sophisticated cities in South America. Located on the shore of the Río de la Plata, it is a huge metropolis with a core of majestic architectural glories, wonderful museums, modern art galleries and numerous theatres. Don´t leave without having a Tango experience!

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Posadas – Argentina

Posadas is the capital of the sub tropical Misiones province. Sat next alongside the Paraná river and opposite Paraguay, this city has hot, humid weather year round and is bathed with reddish earth and thick green vegetation.

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El Calafate – Patagonia Argentina

Located on the shores of Lago Argentino, El Calafate is best known as the starting point from which to visit The Glaciers National Park, a World Heritage Site home to 13 glaciers. The famous 5km wide Perito Moreno is one of only two advancing glaciers in South America.

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Cafayate – Argentina

Cafayate’s dry and sunny climate is ideal for growing a variety of grape types, including the torrontés, unique to this area. On the way to Salta, you will see sand dunes before catching a glimpse of the dramatic gorge of the Quebrada de Cafayate (or Quebrada de las Conchas), a series of intensely coloured rock formations.

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San Ignacio – Argentina

This small town is the base for exploring the UNESCO Jesuit ruins: San Ignacio Mini, Santa Ana and Nuestra Señora de Loreto.
The San Ignacio ruins are within walking distance and the 4000 year old settlement is full of history and intrigue.

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Humahuaca – Argentina

The town of Humahuaca is a sun drenched land filled with memories of cultures past that continue their influence on architecture, traditions, legends and beliefs related to nature and local heroes. The rustic adobe (mud) houses, the narrow cobbled streets and the old colonial street lamps create the illusion that time has stopped.

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