Adventure travel in Argentina is almost endless between the Andes mountains, glacial lakes, and Pampas grasslands. More than just Tango and beef, Argentina is the second largest country in South America after Brazil and boasts an extremely vibrant culture. Combining indigenous cultures with Spanish conquistadors, with gaucho cowboys, with modern western influences, Argentina is a bold blend, just like many of its world famous wines.

Argentina at a Glance

Population: 41 million
Flight time from Miami: 9 hrs
Most popular tourist attractions: Iguazu Falls, Mendoza Wine region, Monte Fitz Roy
Best known for: Inventing the Tango
Most Famous Citizens: World soccer star Lionel Messi, World soccer star Diego Maradona, Che Guevara, Marxist revolutionary known for his involvement in the Cuban Revolution.

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Must Sees


One of the most pristine and beautiful mountain ranges in the whole world, Patagonia is a lure for anyone with a spirit of adventure. Whether you explore the back reaches of the range or just drive up to take in the sights, your time will be well spent.


The heart of Argentine wine country, Mendoza is known world-wide, although often as just a name on a label. Come and see how much more this town, located in the foothills of Patagonia, has to offer.

Buenos Aires

The New York or London of South America, Buenos Aires is a city-lovers city. World class restaurants are backed by historical sites which are around the corner from the hottest clubs in town. Whatever your fancy you can find it somewhere in the madness that is Buenos Aires!

Unique Sites


Often compared to the towns of Switzerland, Bariloche is set amidst lakes and peaks. With bountiful activities in both summer and winter, Bariloche is exploding in growth and popularity. Don’t miss out on one of Argentina’s most popular sites!

Mount Fitz Roy

The most dramatic and picturesque mountain of the Patagonia range and the basis for the clothing company logo, Fitz Roy is a mountain unlike any other in the world. A draw for mountain climbers and curious photographers alike, it lies almost directly on the Argentina-Chile border. Make sure you don’t pass up an opportunity to get your own photo of this natural wonder.

Iguazu Falls

In the competition for the world’s most stunning waterfalls, along with the Niagara and Victoria falls, Iguazu Falls are a collection of 275 waterfalls on the Argentine-Brazilian border. It is both taller than Niagara falls as well as wider than Victoria falls, and is a dramatic part of the Parana river which is the second longest river in South America behind the Amazon!


Located in the far Northwest of Argentina, Salta is a relatively unexplored region that doesn’t draw the same crowds as some of Argentina’s more famous locations. That being said, it is home to world renowned vineyards and restaurants, and is a great hot-spot for adventure activities from hiking to biking to four-wheeling.


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