From cool blue glaciers to bone-dry deserts

Sharing a long and scenic border, it’s easy to combine Argentina with Chile. Watch tango dancers on the streets of Buenos Aires, ride with the gauchos across Argentina’s outback, cycle through sunny vineyards and spot penguins in the Patagonian wilderness. In Chile, you can lace up your walking boots for a gorgeous trek around the Torres del Paine National Park, cross the bone-dry Atacama Desert, stroll amongst the street artists of bohemian Valparaiso. You can even include a hop over to the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls and explore the surrounding rainforest teeming withwidlife. However you choose to combine these destinations, you won’t be disappointed.

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Argentina and Chile: The Ultimate Journey

Duration:26 days / 25 nights (flexible)
Itinerary:Buenos Aires - Puerto Piramides – Ushuaia - El Calafate – Torres – Punta Arenas - Maipo Valley - San Pedro de Atacama – Salta – Iguazu
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From Desert Stars to Thundering Falls – Argentina & Chile

Duration:15 days / 14 nights (flexible)
Itinerary:Maipo Valley – Valparaiso - San Pedro de Atacama – Salta - Chicoana – Iguazu – Buenos Aires
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Stone Moai statues

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Disover the best time to visit Chile
From deserts to glaciers, Chile is a country of extremes. We've put together a handy guide on when to go to help give you a nudge in the right direction.
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My Top Ten Experiences in Argentina & Chile

2nd December 2012 by Ceri

If you're planning an Argentina & Chile holiday, there are so many distinctive sights to see - here are my top ten personal favourite experiences from my trip!

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