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Argentina Holidays

This is nature on an epic scale: huge glaciers and iconic national parks crowned by evocative peaks

Activities in Argentina

Our Argentina Tours & Argentina Trips

Cycle Chile & Argentina: Atacama to Salta

13 Days from £ 4,199

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle two South American countries


Emperor Penguin Quest: Expedition to Snow Hill


An expedition voyage across the Weddell Sea and a visit to Snow Hill Island Emperor penguin colony

Polar Expeditions

Patagonian Highlights

13 Days from £ 4,449

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover spectacular southern Chile and Argentina


Cycling the Lake District of Chile & Argentina

13 Days from £ 3,799
£ 3,599

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover the beauty of the Andean Lake District on two wheels.


Classic Patagonia Treks

Patagonia landscape
11 Days from £ 4,699

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Complete the famous W-Trek in Chile’s Torres del Paine N.P.

Walking & Trekking

Antarctic Explorer: Cape Horn & Diego Ramirez


Visit the Antarctic Peninsula, the most pristine wilderness on earth

Polar Expeditions

Antarctic Circle Quest

Penguins, Antarctica
14 Days from £ 12,100

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Always one of the most popular departures, this expedition gives more time where it matters, below the Antarctic Circle.

Polar Expeditions

Antarctica, Falklands & South Georgia

20 Days from £ 11,100

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

The fascinating history and overwhelming wildlife populations of the Sub-Antarctic combined with the awesome beauty of Antarctica itself

Polar Expeditions

South Georgia and Antarctic Peninsula: Penguin Safari

16 Days from £ 21,400

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Enjoy all of the highlights of South Georgia and the Antarctic peninsula

Polar Expeditions

FAQs on Argentina Tours

How many days is enough in Argentina?

Depending on what you want to see and do on your trip to Argentina, you could easily spend between 11 days and three weeks exploring its fabulous landscapes and vibrant cities and towns. Antarctica and Patagonia are packed with wildlife and natural wonders, so you’ll want to make the most of your trip. We recommend around two weeks which will allow you to see the main sights and soak up the unique culture.

When is the best time to visit Argentina?

There are so many different things to see and do in various regions of Argentina, the country is a year-round destination. However, if you’re planning a trip to Patagonia, it’s most accessible between the months of October and April when there are warmer temperatures and longer daylight hours. Springtime in Argentina falls between September and November and the landscapes are strewn with beautiful wildflowers. This is also a good time to visit if you want to see whales and penguins on your trip.

Do I need travel vaccines for Argentina tours?

Vaccinations for travelling to Argentina are not required but we do recommend them to protect yourself against tetanus, rabies, typhoid, yellow fever and hepatitis A and hepatitis B. You will also need to use strong protection for mosquito bites, which can spread diseases such as zika and dengue. We always advise speaking with your medical professional before you travel.

What is the traditional food of Argentina?

Food lovers will be in their element when visiting Argentina as there is a wonderful array of dishes that are influenced by the cuisine of Spain, Italy and France, which are full of vibrant Mediterranean flavours. From hearty stews and traditional Argentinian barbecues (known as asado) to world-class beef and steak, the country is a foodie paradise. Some of the most popular national dishes include empanada, choripan, milanesa and medialunas, an Argentinian alternative to the French croissant.

Where are the best hiking trails in Argentina?

Boasting a varied topography made up of mountains, volcanoes, lakes and glaciers, Argentina is home to some of the best hiking trails in the world. At the southern tip of South America, Tierra del Fuego National Park dominates the landscape while Torres del Paine, known for its glacial lakes and dense forests, is found in southern Patagonia. If you love wildlife and adventuring into remote regions, the Antarctic Peninsula has some fabulous walks that lead you among magnificent polar landscapes.

Where is best for wildlife tours in Argentina?

Made up of diverse landscapes from its sprawling coastline to subtropical forests, Argentina is teeming with wildlife. Patagonia is among the best places to visit for wildlife encounters with the likes of albatrosses, penguins and dolphins occupying its rich habitats. The jungle surrounding Iguazu Falls is another wildlife-rich destination with around 2,000 species of plants, exotic birds, tapirs, ocelots and howler monkeys. If you want to see capybaras, jaguar, caiman and pampas deer, head to the Ibera Wetlands.

Is Argentina good for cycling?

Cycling in Argentina is one of the best ways to explore the country’s wild and wonderful landscapes. With incredible views and stunning national parks, you’ll discover a wealth of trails perfect for enjoying on two wheels. Ride alongside the Jama Salt Flats, see the unusual rock formations en route to the Hill of Seven Colours and traverse the Calchaqui Valley. You’ll find a mixed terrain and routes from tarmac roads to unpaved tracks which makes cycling here an exciting adventure.

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