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Adventure

El Chalten & Mount Fitzroy

Surrounded by the granite peaks of Argentina’s iconic Mount Fitzroy massif which rises vertically out of the desolate Patagonian steppe, El Chalten is a small frontier town, 2 hour’s drive from Calafate perched at the very foot of the mountains.

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The Lake District

Stretching some 400km along the spine of the mountains from San Martin de los Andes though Bariloche and on to Esquel, the Lake District is one of the most captivatingly beautiful areas of Argentina. To the north, monkey puzzle trees (the famous Araucaria araucana) straddle the flanks of the snow-capped Lanin Volcano amidst a chain of picturesque lakes and densely forested lagoons.

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Cultural, Historic or World Heritage Site

Buenos Aires

Dubbed the “Paris of the Americas”, Buenos Aires is one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan capital cities in South America with world-class galleries, museums, restaurants and attractions. Founded on the banks of the River Plate in 1536, the city is divided into separate suburbs each of which offers a distinctly unique flavour. 

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The Pampas

Just outside Buenos Aires, leaving the vibrant capital well behind, are the great fertile plains of the pampas grasslands, Argentina’s famous cattle country which stretches out as far as the eye can see and covers some 750,000 km2 of land across the provinces of  La Pampa, Santa Fe, Entre Rios, Cordoba and Chubut.

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Directors Choice Destinations

Cachi, Cafayate & Surrounds

South of Salta, the Ruta 40 highway cuts through the heart of the breathtaking Calchaquies Valleys bound on all sides by terracotta peaks and multi-hued canyons. Picture postcard colonial towns sit under the shadow of the distant Andes while lonely mountain roads are framed by gorges and national parks.

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El Chalten & Mount Fitzroy

Surrounded by the granite peaks of Argentina’s iconic Mount Fitzroy massif which rises vertically out of the desolate Patagonian steppe, El Chalten is a small frontier town, 2 hour’s drive from Calafate perched at the very foot of the mountains.

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Iguazu Falls

The mighty Iguazu Falls, which straddle the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay at the confluence of the Iguazu and Parana Rivers, are one of the largest waterfalls in the world and most spectacular sights in all of South America.

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The Ibera Wetlands

The vast “Esteros del Iberá” are the second largest wetlands in the world after Brazil’s Pantanal and cover some 1300 km² of marsh, savannah and lagoons in north-east Argentina at the heart of Corrientes Province.

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Rail Journey

Old Patagonian Express

In Southern Argentina at the heart of the picturesque Lake District, “La Trochita” is a narrow gauge steam train that has been lovingly restored and which originally ran between the pretty town of Esquel to Ingeniero Jacobacci via El Maiten, along some 402 km of track.

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Train to the Clouds

The “Train to the Clouds” is one of South America’s most spectacular rail journeys, an engineering masterpiece which cuts a dizzying trail high into the red-rock canyons and gorges of Argentina’s north-west altiplano above the town of Salta.

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Sea Cruise

MV Stella Australis

 

The height of sophisticated elegance within southern Patagonia, the MV Stella Australis is a stunning expedition ship constructed in 2010 which offers magnificent cruises through the spectacular glacier-topped Patagonian fjords at the tip of the continent.

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MV Ventus Australis

Named after Tierra del Fuego’s distinctive “Southern Wind”, the Ventus Australis is the new flagship of the Australis fleet, a deluxe state-of-the-art cruiser launched in early 2018. 

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Shopping

Buenos Aires

Dubbed the “Paris of the Americas”, Buenos Aires is one of the most exciting and cosmopolitan capital cities in South America with world-class galleries, museums, restaurants and attractions. Founded on the banks of the River Plate in 1536, the city is divided into separate suburbs each of which offers a distinctly unique flavour. 

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Somewhere completely different

The Valdes Peninsula

Jutting out into the roaring Atlantic Ocean in a remote, desolate corner of Patagonia, the Valdes Peninsula is one of world’s great wildlife sanctuaries and provides safe haven to an extraordinary wealth of marine life. The peninsula lies on the eastern edge of Chubut province and encompasses some 4,000 km² of cliffs, lagoons, mudflats, bays and endless pounding beaches.

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Wildlife

Puerto Valle The Ibera Wetlands

Overlooking the Parana River in the north-eastern corner of the Ibera Natural Reserve – 1.3 million hectares of wetlands, gallery forest and savannah – Puerto Valle is a charming boutique hotel just 45 minutes’ drive from Posadas airport.

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The Ibera Wetlands

The vast “Esteros del Iberá” are the second largest wetlands in the world after Brazil’s Pantanal and cover some 1300 km² of marsh, savannah and lagoons in north-east Argentina at the heart of Corrientes Province.

Learn More »

The Valdes Peninsula

Jutting out into the roaring Atlantic Ocean in a remote, desolate corner of Patagonia, the Valdes Peninsula is one of world’s great wildlife sanctuaries and provides safe haven to an extraordinary wealth of marine life. The peninsula lies on the eastern edge of Chubut province and encompasses some 4,000 km² of cliffs, lagoons, mudflats, bays and endless pounding beaches.

Learn More »