Your day-by-day itinerary
Buenos Aires: Romance and Tango
Explore sexy and sophisticated Buenos Aires, a city of steamy tango, sizzling steaks and a nightlife that never stops. Take an eye-opening tour with a local Porteño (resident of the city) for an edgy glimpse into behind-the-scenes life and soak up the totally seductive atmosphere. You’ll stay in happening Palermo district, one of the most popular barrios in Buenos Aires.
Like a Gaucho in Sunny Salta
Ride on horseback through the green valleys and tobacco plantations of sunny Salta, steeped in folklore, colonial charm and traditional Gaucho spirit. During this trip, you’ll spend two nights in Salta with a day trip to a local estancia where you’ll horse ride, sample a tasty BBQ and learn all about local life on a ranch.
iSalud! On the Wine route
Drive through rusty rock canyons, cycle between sun-kissed grapevines, gaze up at giant cacti and drink a drop (or two) of local wine. Staying in traditional posadas, you’ll explore vineyards, villages and surreal valleys with colour-changing rocks. This is a 3-day road trip that will take you in the beautiful and bizarre scenery of Argentina’s high plains. You’ll make your way by road to lively Cafayate, known for its local wines and bodegas, where you’ll hop on a bike and cycle from vineyard to vineyard.
Andes Outback Drive
Drive through white-washed villages, cacti-scattered plains and rainbow coloured hills on a road trip across Argentina’s altiplano, staying in friendly local refugios. You’ll spend 3 days exploring the remote pockets of the high plains, filled with Inca folklore and fascinating scenery. Explore dusty isolated canyons, meet the locals and cross the Tropic of Capricorn, all with the freedom of your own four wheels.
Iguazu Falls in the Rainforest
Feel the spray of roaring Iguazu Falls and explore the surrounding rainforest, where raccoon-like coatis play. A cluster of cascades set within rich National Park, Iguazu Falls will leave you deafened and utterly speechless. You’ll visit both the Argentinean and Brazilian side of the Falls, the latter with a guide, you’ll spend two nights on the Argentina side and the third night on the Brazilian side.