Argentina is a large country, and sometimes visitors can´t take a 2-week or 3-week tour to enjoy everything the vast extensions offers. So, a good option is to take a first visit with one of the 9-night programs we can offer. Buenos Aires is a must-see, the capital city is a very nice place that offers many cultural atractions. Of course the Tango, but also many local markets, museums, theatres, and more. So, Buenos Aires is the first stop and then, you can extend your visit to two amazing destinations, like El Calafate or Iguazu Falls.  Or  may be Mendoza, Salta, or Puerto Madryn. Ushuaia is also a great destination.

El Calafate is the gate to enjoy Perito Moreno Glacier and many other glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park. We suggst to stay there at least 3 nights, to make two full day visits. There are great boat navigations available. No doublt, it´s a highlight in Patagonia.

Iguazu Falls, is another must-see. Recently declared as one of the new 7-wonders of nature, and Unesco World Heritage, Iguazu Falls is a unique place. The parks (both, as the falls can be visited from Argentinian and Brazilian Side), are an incredible natural place. The argentinian side offers up to 8 km of trails to enjoy the falls in three different circuits: Upper, Lower and Trail to the Devil´s Throat with the ecological train of the jungle. The brazilian side is basically a bus ride, with an amazing 1500 mts trail and an elevator that offers a great panoramic view of the falls. An amazing place to be visited.



Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, a natural place in southern Patagonia, from where many cruises departs to Cape Horn, southern fjords, and Antarctica. But Ushuaia is also history in Patagonia, with museums, and national parks to be visited.

Salta, called “la linda” (the beauty), is a wonderful city from where you can visit the best of the northwest. it´s Humahuaca Canyon, a Unesco World Heritage, Purmamarca and the 7-color hill, the Hornocal, Cachi, the Salta Flats or Salinas Grandes, the incredible Train to the Clouds, Cafayate, and more. It´s also a nice place to cross to Chile and continue visiting the famous Atacama desert.

Mendoza is the wine country, where the Malbec is the vedette. Enjoy many wineries and vineyards in the area of Luján de Cuyo and Valle de Uco. Landscapes are also amazing, where Aconcagua  Mount and the high mountains are the attractions. The route continues to Santiago de Chile, for people interested in crossing to Chile.

And Bariloche, may be the most beautiful city in Patagonia, place of lakes, forests and national parks. You can visit many places from there, including crossing to Chile by the Andes, via the Lakes Crossing. An amazing excursion to cross from Bariloche to Puerto Varas or viceversa.


So, you have attrations, now you only have to choose and combine Buenos Aires and two more destinations to start visiting Argentina. At least, a first visits. I´m sure you will return to complete the visit to this fascinating country in South America.

Check some of our 9-night programs here:

Buenos Aires, El Calafate and Iguazu Falls – 104 tour

Buenos Aires, Glaciers and the End of the World – 103 tour

Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls and the End of the World – 108 tour

Buenos Aires, Train to the Clouds and Iguazu falls – 111 tour


Check out Bookmundi’s article on 10 days in Argentina, for more ideas


Lic. Ramiro Rodriguez
Sales & Marketing Manager


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