trip.me Payment Plus
Activities & Transport
- Wildlife Watching
- Bird Watching
- City Tour
- Meet the Locals
- Private Bus
Main travel focus
34-Day Dream Come true Holiday in Argentina!
- City tours and tango shows in Buenos Aires
- An unforgettable journey to Iguazu Falls
- Excursions to traditional villages in the north of Argentina
- Glacier adventures in Patagonia, in southern Argentina
On this comprehensive journey through Argentina, you will get an extraordinary overview of all this magnificent South American country has to offer.
Journey to Iguazu, one of the 7 Wonders of the Natural World; Salta, to see the amazing Hill of the 7 Colors; Mendoza, Argentina's renowned wine region; and Cordoba, in the beautiful Punilla Valley.
You will also visit places renowned for their natural beauty, such as Talampaya and Ischigualasto National Parks, and the glaciers of El Calafate. Finally, marvel at Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world; the Peninsula Valdes, where you might catch a glimpse of penguins and whales; and of course, Buenos Aires, where you will enjoy traditional tours and a tango show.
- Transfers between Airport - Hotel - Airport
- 36 nights with breakfast in Standard Hotels
- Dinner Tango Show
- Buenos Aires City Tour
- Tigre and Delta
- Iguazu National Park (Brazil Side)
- Iguazu National Park (Argentina Side)
- Salta City Tour
- Back To The Heights - Large Salinas
- Quebrada De Humahuaca Tour
- Wine Route
- Mendoza City Tour
- High Mountain Excursion
- Wine Tour: Uco Valley Region
- Cordoba City Tour
- Valle De Punilla Excursion
- Ischigualasto "Valle De La Luna" and Talampaya Excursion
- Circuito Chico Excursion
- Victoria Island And Arrayanes Forest
- Cerro Catedral
- Los Glaciares National Park Excursion
- Torres del Paine National Park
- Tierra Del Fuego National Park with Train End of the World
- Sailing Isla De Los Lobos, Isla De Los Pájaros & Faro Eclaireurs
- Puerto Madryn City Tour
- Peninsula Valdes Tour
- Gaucho Tour
- International and Domestic Flights
- Travel Insurance
- Meals (except, the opposite is indicated)
- National Parks Entry Ticket (due to a national regulation, you must pay the entrance ticket in the ticket office of the park)
- Local Taxes
Example Trip to customize
Welcome to Buenos Aires!
Arrive at Ezeiza Airport and then enjoy a private transfer to your hotel. Rest up and get ready to start your adventure!
Enjoy dinner and a tango show today. The Esquina de San Juan and Boedo is a site of tradition in the city of Buenos Aires. The 1940s was a golden time for tango, when a large number of orchestras, singers, and composers gave the genre a wealth of styles that still exist today.
This show reflects that time through the compositions of Homero Manzi, and tributes to Carlos Gardel and Astor Piazzolla. The cast is composed of 15 artists on stage: 4 dance couples, two singers, and a quintet.
Explore Magical Buenos Aires
Make the most of your time in Buenos Aires with a guided tour into its history, and culture.
Your tour will start with a trip down one of the main streets, the Avenida 9 de Julio. Here you will see the Teatro Colon and the Obelisco, a monument that holds important symbolic value for the city.
Next, stop at the striking Plaza de Mayo, the city’s historical, political and cultural epicenter.
You'll also explore San Telmo old town and the stunning Parque Lezama. Then, head to La Boca, a vibrant barrio that is home to the Boca Juniors football stadium and the heart of the pasión Argentina: football!
Visit Caminito, Puerto Madero, and the greenest part of the city: Palermo.
See the chic neighborhood of La Recoleta and then end your tour in downtown.
The rest of the day is yours to enjoy as you wish!
Ride Down the Tigre Delta
You'll be picked up from your hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned bus for a drive along the Avenida Costanera, which runs parallel to the Río de la Plata. This route is one of the prime places for incredible views of the river.
Your first stop will be in the city of San Isidro. Here, your guide will take you around the beautiful Catedral de San Isidro. Then you can hop back on the bus and continue on to Tigre, where you'll take a relaxing 40-min catamaran ride around the delta.
Take in the lifestyle here, it's a bit different! There are boats, rafts, river taxis, and even shops that have been adapted for life on the water. You'll pass houses on stilts and the house-turned-museum of the former president Sarmiento.
Afterwards, head back to Buenos Aires, where you can enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.
Fly to Magical Iguazu
Today you will be flying to Iguazu. You'll enjoy transfers to and from the airports.
Visit the Brazilian Side of Iguazu National Park
Today will be dedicated to a visit of the Brazilian side of Iguazu National Park.
Setting off in the morning will ensure that the sun will be in a prime position over the falls for some spectacular photos!
When you arrive, your trip starts with a drive to the main paths which stretch over 1,200 m in the park and sit above the Iguazu river. From there, you’ll get a panoramic view of the Argentine side of the falls.
Continuing along this route you’ll see the Cañón del Río Iguazú, Salto Rivadavia, Tres Mosqueteros and many other sights. Towards the end of the route you’ll also see the lower part of the river and the impressive Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Gorge).
The walk ends beside Salto Floriano. Then you can take the stairs, or take an elevator straight down to the car park or up to shops and restaurants. Head back to your hotel in the evening.
Head to the Main Iguazu Station
Wandering through this subtropical forest, you’ll see an incredible variety of ferns, orchids, begonias, birds, and butterflies.
You'll head on to the main station of the park (‘Estación Central’), where you will hop on a train to either the falls station (‘Estación Cataratas’) or the Devil’s Gorge station (‘Estación Garganta del Diablo‘). The other way to reach the falls circuits (Upper and Lower) is via the 600 m forest walkway (‘Sendero Verde’), which begins at the Visitor Center and takes you all the way to the falls station.
From the falls station you can take several trips. Why not make it an extra-special experience by booking additional options such as a Devil’s Gorge excursion or a nautical adventure?
Take a Plane to Salta
You will be flying to Salta today.
Enjoy transfers from your hotel to the airport, and then upon your arrival in Salta you will be driven to your hotel.
Discover Beautiful Salta
Today begins with a tour on board an air-conditioned bus to the most important places of the city.
First, you will visit the Cathedral, followed by visits to the America Cultural Center, Historical Museum of the North, which features exhibitions of sacred art and rooms dedicated to ancient families of Salta. See San Francisco Church, San Bernardo Convent, and the monument to General Güemes.
Continue your tour to “San Bernardo” Hill to enjoy a panoramic view of the city, followed by a visit to “Batalla de Salta” Monument, and 20 de Febrero Park.
You venture to the city outskirts to visit a summer village called San Lorenzo, and last but not least, visit the Artisan Market, where craftsmen from the province showcase their original crafts.
Enjoy Stunning Salt Flats
Travel to the ruins of Tasl to reach San Antonio de los Cobres, where you will enjoy a lunch break.
Afterwards, drive by National Route No 40 until reaching Salinas Grandes, right on the border between Salta and Jujuy.
There, you will have free time to take pictures and enjoy this unique natural environment, where the large expanse of white salt contrasts with the blue of the sky. Then, start the descent down the Cuesta de Lipán, where we usually see condors.
Later, visit the typical Purmamarca village and its Cerro de los Siete Colores before finishing the tour at the Purmamarca Hotel.
Visit the Towns of Tilcara and Pucara
Today, you will visit colorful hills, a lovely church, and an artisan market.
Pass by Horn Post, continuing towards the town of Tilcara to Pucará and the Archaeological Museum. Next stop is Huacalera, where we will pass the Tropic of Capricorn, from where you can see the colors of the Pollera de la Colla Hill.
Visit the Church of Uquía, where you'll find the paintings of the Angels Arcabuceros.
After lunch, return to see the "the Painter's Palace" that frames the town of Maimara.
If time allows, return to Salta along a cornice path of abundant subtropical vegetation, passing by the Abra de Santa Laura, observing the dam of La Ciénaga, Las Maderas, and Campo Alegre.
Go Wine Tasting Around Salta
Today's tour takes you to the Museum of Vine and Wine, as well as two wineries, where you will learn about the winemaking process and taste their wines.
In recent years, the wine industry has grown a lot thanks to the outstanding quality of Argentine wines, recognized in international markets.
The quality and the singularity of Salta wines come from its altitude (between 1600 and 2400 meters above sea level), and the dedication and knowledge of its producers.
Return to Salta through the same route, on the afternoon.
Travel to Mendoza
Today you will be travelling to Mendoza.
Upon landing at the airport in Mendoza, enjoy a group transfer from the airport to your hotel.
Take a City Tour of Mendoza
Your tour of Mendoza begins in the Área Fundacional, a historic site where the city was founded in 1561 by Don Pedro del Castillo.
Nowadays, you’ll see the Foundational Area Museum, Plaza Fundacional, and the Jesuit ruins.
You will then head over to the main square, around which sits the cathedral, the Basílica de San Francisco, the former Banco Hipotecario (now the Department of Culture and Tourism), the Andean Trade Centre, the former Bank of Mendoza, Plaza Independencia, Plaza España and government buildings.
Your tour will continue along the famed Emilio Civit street. Enter through the famous gates and head past the Caballos de Marly statues, the Rosedal and the lake towards Cerro de la Gloria, where you’ll see the Gesta Sanmartiniana monument.
Finally, head over to Challao.
Spend Time in Las Cuevas
The tour starts early in the morning, so you can enjoy a great view of the Cordon del Plata mountain range and the Potrerillos Dam along the Mendoza River.
Continue to Uspallata, a pre-Hispanic settlement of Huarpes aborigines and the southeast point of the Inca Empire.
Then, visit the villages of Picheuta, Punta de Vacas, and the Los Penitentes ski resort. Later, drive along the route to the Puente del Inca. From there, you will go to the Horcones Lagoon and the Aconcagua Provincial Park, following the international route to reach your ultimate destination, the village of Las Cuevas. Between Las Cuevas and the international tunnel, there is a path that allows you up to the Christ the Redeemer monument.
Experience Mendoza's Superb Wineries
You will spend the day relaxing in some of Argentina’s most beautiful wineries situated at the foot of the Andes mountains with simply stunning views. This tour visits 3 wineries, each producing their own distinctive style of wines. Wine tasting, barrel tasting, tank tasting - everything is a possibility here.
You can meet winery owners, winemakers, and even learn some of the secrets of the Uco Valley wines.
Places like Clos de los siete in Tunuyan, Salentein in Tupungato or O.Fournier in San Carlos are excellent examples of what you are aiming for on this tour.
Here you will learn about the variety of grapes and production methods while drinking the unique wine provided by these innovative, world-class wineries of Uco.
After the tastings, enjoy a gourmet lunch in a winery, with wines that are specifically selected to complement each course.
Travel to Cordoba
You will be transferred with a group to the airport in Mendoza.
Board your flight to Cordoba.
Once you land, you will enjoy a private transfer to your hotel.
Explore Cordoba Province
Córdoba is the capital of Córdoba Province and the second-largest city in Argentina after the autonomous city of Buenos Aires.
The city has many historical monuments preserved from the Spanish colonial rule, especially buildings of the Roman Catholic Church.
On this tour you will discover that Córdoba has spectacular nature, old architecture, a rich history, modernity, and economic growth in each of its corners.
The city's culture and history can be seen on the streets, in old buildings, churches, and museums, providing a route that visitors can tour without any restrictions.
Head to the Villa Carlo Paz Tourist Center
Leave Cordoba through the provincial route of the San Roque Dam, which is the oldest in the province.
You will pass Bialet Massé and Santa María de Punilla up to Cosquín, the National Folklore Capital.
Go through Valle Hermoso to La Falda, where you'll cross the classic Eden Avenue and the mall.
Cross the town of Huerta Grande and Villa Giardino to the Capilla del Monte at the base of the mystical Uritorco hill.
Continue with visits to Los Cocos, Cruz Grande, Cruz Chica and La Cumbre with its European style mansions.
Finally, you will arrive at the Villa Carlos Paz tourist center in the late hours of the evening before returning to Cordoba.
Board Your Plane to La Rioja
You will be transferred with a group to the airport at La Rioja. Here, you will board your flight.
Once you land, you can enjoy a group transfer to your hotel!
Visit Impressive Talampaya
Depart La Rioja in the early morning hours.
Visit the Ischigualasto Park "Valle de la Luna" in a circuit.
Then, transfer to Talampaya Park where, with trucks from the same park, you will cross the main canyon.
Return to La Rioja at sunset.
Go to Beautiful Bariloche
Today, enjoy a group transfer from the Airport to the Hotel. This is a day for you to enjoy the scenery!
Bariloche is renowned for its natural beauty. Spend the day as you wish!
Marvel at Lovely Huemul Island
Start your Bariloche Circuito Chico tour with a pick up from your hotel and then head over to Playa Bonita. Situated just 8 km away from the city, you’ll be able to see the gorgeous Huemul Island from this unique location.
10 km further on, you’ll get to Cerro Campanario, where you’ll hop on a chairlift to reach an altitude of 1050 m. From the summit, you’ll have a great sight: the Nahuel Huapi and Perito Moreno lakes, the El Trébol lagoon, the San Pedro and Llao Llao peninsulas, Victoria island and the Oo, López, Goye, Catedral and Bariloche hills.
Later, you'll also see the Llao Llao Hotel and Puerto Pañuelo, the port from which the boats to Victoria Island and Bosque de Arrayanes depart. Finally, cross the narrow Lago Moreno bridge, passing the El Trébol lagoon and Avenida Busllo, from where you can start your return trip back to Bariloche.
Head to Puerto Panuelo
In the morning, head to Puerto Pañuelo. From here, you can take a boat trip through the clear waters of the Nahuel Huapi lake, surrounded by snowy peaks and lush forests, to Victoria Island. As you walk through pine and birch forests, you’ll learn about the history of the island as well as the stories and legends which haunt it.
An animal reserve, a park ranger school, and a cozy inn all add to the unique atmosphere of the island. After some more sailing, you'll arrive at the Quetrihue peninsula, where you'll find the famous Bosque de Arrayanes.
Known worldwide for its size, density, and growth, the woodland is either covered in little white myrtle flowers or by snow. it truly is an enchanted forest! As the sun begins to set over the Andes, you'll make our way back to the port, ready to start the journey back to your hotel.
Enjoy a Cerro Cathedral Tour
Your Cerro Cahtedral tour begins in Avenida Busllo, situated to the west of the city of Bariloche. After passing Playa Bonita, the road bends to towards Virgen de la Nieves, and then right again to the Villa del Catedral at the foot of a large hill.
There are plenty of tourist services here (hotels, restaurants, cafés and so on). By the time you arrive at Cerro Catedral, you’ll be in the biggest mountain activity center in South America.
Head to El Calafate
You're heading to spectacular El Calfate today.
Enjoy transfers between your hotel to the airport, and upon landing you will be driven to your hotel.
Be Amazed at the Perito Moreno Glacier
Accompanied by a professional guide, you'll head over to Los Glaciares National Park. Traveling along Route 11, you'll see some fantastic views as you drive along the edge of Argenno lake towards Brazo Rico. When you reach the park, head along to the Curva de los Suspiros, where you'll get off the bus to see the spectacular Perito Moreno Glacier for the first time.
Further on, you’ll make another stop in Muelle Bajo las Sombras where you’ll have the chance to hop on a boat to get a bit closer to the southern wall of the glacier. Then head on to the footbridges at the front wall, from where you can get even more incredible views of Perito Moreno.
The viewpoints, all at different heights, give you the perfect opportunity to see all the best sides of the glacier. You’ll then have some free time to watch the ice landslides.
See the Spegazzini Glacier
This morning you will venture to Puerto de Punta Bandera on Lake Argentino, where you will hop onto a comfortable, modern boat.
Cruising past towering icebergs, you’ll head towards the Brazo Norte of the lake. From here, you’ll be able to see the front of the stunning Spegazzini glacier. After some time taking in the views of the glacier, you’ll sail down the Crisna Canal until you reach your stop at the ranch. You’ll stay at the ranch, and have a chance to visit the Museo Costumbrista.
Enjoy a short walk to the Caterina river and the chapel, to see the historical side of the ranch. After you’ve visited the most important parts of the ranch, you’ll have some free time to eat lunch and explore the place yourself. Later, you will return to the boat to make your way back to Puerto Punta Bandera.
Fly to Lovely Ushuaia
You will be flying to Ushuaia today.
You'll enjoy transfers between your hotel to the airport, and then on arrival at Ushuaia, to your hotel.
Marvel at La Macarena Waterfall
After being picked up at your hotel in Ushuaia, your guide will take you to the Tierra del Fuego National Park. First, you will go to the End of the World Train Station to start your journey.
Go through the Cañon del Toro and cross the Pipo River on Puente Quemado, then stop at La Macarena Waterfall station for panoramic views. After that, the train enters the National Park where you will discover and delve into the landscape of a sub-antarctic forest located on the shores of the Beagle Channel.
You get off the train at Cruce de Ensenada, where you visit the bay. From there you will go to Roca Lake and after a short break in the "Casita del Bosque", you will continue your walk, with a stop at one of the beaver dams. You will end the day by visiting the park in Lapataia.
See Sea Lions in their Natural Habitat
Begin your boat ride by departing from the tourist port of Ushuaia and traveling to the center of the Beagle Channel.
As you sail away, enjoy the spectacular view of the coast of Ushuaia, and the mountains Olivia and Cinco Hermanos. You'll sail southwest, approaching the Isla de los Lobos, where you can see sea lions in their natural habitat.
Then, continue to the island of the birds, home to Magellanic and Imperial cormorants, and a great place to spot other marine birds. The furthest point of the trip is the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, in the archipelago of the same name. It is also possible to observe part of the Monte Cervantes, a ship that was shipwrecked here in 1930.
Crossing the Beagle Channel you will see Gable Island and Puerto Williams Naval Base. Keep an eye out for Magellanic penguins before returning to port!
Head to Puerto Madryn
You're heading to Puerto Madryn today.
You'll enjoy transfers between your hotel to the airport, and then arrive at your hotel.
Discover the City of Puerto Madryn
The city sightseeing tour takes you around the mall, the historical district, and ore docks, and includes a cruise, which concludes with a scenic view of Punta Cuevas, near the monument to the Tehuelche people. The Tehuelche people were an indigenous population native to this region.
You'll arrive at Punta Loma after a few kilometers, where you'll see a colony of furry sea lions. Observe the colonies of adults and juveniles from high cliffs and prepare to be amazed by the black cormorants flying around.
Stop by Puerto Piramides
Today, your first stop will be at the interpretive center Carlos Ameghino Isthmus, where you can get information about the flora, fauna, and geology of Peninsula. Also, you can enjoy the panoramic point where you will see the Golfo Nuevo, San Jose, and the Island of Birds.
This is followed by another stop in the town of Puerto Piramides where, depending on the season, you can take a whale watching tour.
Depending on the season and weather, you'll be visiting the following places: Caleta Valdes, Punta Norte, and Punta Cantor to observe elephant seals, penguins, and sea lions. The killer whale can be seen from Punta Norte.
Fly Back to Buenos Aires
It's time to fly back to Buenos Aires — but don't worry, your adventure's not over yet! As always, you'll enjoy transfers to get to the airport and to your Buenos Aires hotel.
Spend a Day at the Santa Susana Ranch
It's time for a true highlight: Santa Susana Ranch. Head out of the city towards Los Cardales with your guides, enjoying striking views as you make your way to the Argentine ranch. Upon arrival, you’ll be welcomed with some traditional meat empanadas, Argentinian wine, and soft drinks.
You'll see Santa Susana's old-fashioned museum and beautiful church. Then you can ride in a horse-drawn carriage and explore the fields around the ranch. Santa Susana cooks up a delicious 3-course meal for lunch.
After lunch, we’ll begin with the proper entertainment, where the Gauchos will show off some of their unique skills. To begin, you’ll see them racing in a traditional sortija fashion, then expertly herding the animals and finally taking part in a cuadreras race.