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From the bustling streets of Buenos Aires to the riveting echoes of the Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina's eccentric and captivating atmosphere can be felt in every corner. Whether you're travelling through time in the ruins of Talampaya or roaming the Garden of Patagonia, Argentina is a paradise of many wonders.
A nation of thriving culture, rich history, cosmopolitan cities and breathtaking natural wonders, Argentina is an unmissable destination for any South American holiday. The 2nd largest country in South America, Argentina is home to an incredible variety of landscapes and natural wonders such as the roaring Iguaza Falls, the prehistoric site of Talampaya National Park and one of the world's largest glaciers in the Los Glaciares National Park. Argentina's capital city of Buenos Aires is renowned for its vibrant arts and culture scene while those seeking to venture off the beaten path will appreciate the warm solitude of smaller towns such as Villa La Angostura.
Best Time to Visit
Argentina is generally an all-year-round destination, however, some regions do have optimal periods. Patagonia is most accessible between December and March, while Buenos Aires offers a milder climate around July and August.
Spanning a total area of 100 square miles, the Perito Morena Glacier is one of the largest glaciers emerging from the Southern Patagonian Ice Field. A must-see on any Argentina itinerary, the glacier is famed for its awe-inspiring size and the peculiar sounds it emits as cracks and crevasses form throughout the phenomenal structure.
Situated within Iguazu National Park and shared between Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in the world with approximately 275 separate running waterfalls and cataracts. Rivalling the falls of Niagra and Victoria, the unique formation of Iguazu has created a "broken" appearance, resulting in an unmissable, spectacular sight.
Located within the La Rioja Province, Talampaya National Park is a true national treasure of Argentina. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the park is best known for its unique geological formations, the presence of ancient petroglyphs and the fossil-rich dry bed of the Talampaya River, once roamed by dinosaurs.
Located within Los Arrayanes National Park in the province of Neuquén, Arrayanes Forest is home to the rare Arrayan Tree species, characterised by its cinnamon colour, smooth surface, twisted branches and towering height. Visitors of the park can enjoy exploring the winding paths of this fascinating and mystical forest, an incredible encounter with the raw and unique geographical features of Argentina.
A trip to Argentina wouldn't be complete without visiting the dazzling capital city of Buenos Aires, renowned for its rich history, diverse culture, vibrant dining scene, awe-inspiring architectural heritage and of course, popularization of the tango! We recommend dedicating a few days of your trip to really soak up all the city has to offer.
Located moments away from Arrayanes Forest, Villa La Angostura is famously known as the "Garden of Patagonia". A charming resort town, Villa La Angostura resides in Nahuel Huapi National Park amidst scenery of mountains, lakes and forest. One of the most beautiful locations in Argentina, the town offers a myriad of recreational activities for visitors to enjoy such as sailing the Nahuel Huapi River and hiking to Cascada del Rio Bonito.
Best Time To Travel:
September - March