Experience Argentina with On The Go Tours
Think Argentina and you're likely to conjure up images of wild roaming gauchos, world-class wine & steak and the sexy Tango, but the country’s top natural attractions - the magnificent Iguazu Falls and the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier - demonstrate that Argentina is a land of remarkable variety.Read More
Top Argentina Travel Deals and Upcoming Tours
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From USD||Deal||Map|
|South America Coast to Coast - 32 days||Lima||08 Nov 2016||USD $6,855||was $8,065 15% off|||
|Buenos Aires to Rio Express - 9 days||Buenos Aires||13 Nov 2016||USD $2,329||was $2,740 15% off|||
|South American Express - 11 days||Santiago||29 Nov 2016||USD $2,797||was $3,290 15% off|||
Argentina Group Tours
Immerse yourself in the local way of life on our group tours of Argentina. You'll get around on local public transport and stay in a range of locally owned accommodation from simple hotels and guesthouses to campsites and homestays. Group sizes are quite small with an average of 12 travellers and our tour leaders accompany you throughout your tour to Argentina, giving you useful tips on interesting things to do and where to shop and eat too.
Argentina Private Tours
Our private tours in Argentina are classic itineraries taking in most of the country's key highlights. Travelling at your own pace, our experienced English speaking guides will show you around and ensure your experience of Argentina is unparalleled.
Recent Travel Articles on South America
Enjoy two of Argentina's best experiences with a visit to Mendoza, the wine capital of the country, and the alluring city of Buenos Aires for a taste of tango. Surrounded by vineyards and local bodegas offering tasting sessions, Mendoza is the best place to sample a glass of vino while Buenos Aires offers ample opportunity to catch a traditional tango show and dinner or simply hit the district of San Telmo where performers shake their tail feathers out on the streets.
Recommended Places to Visit in Argentina
From the seductive European-influenced cities to the gorgeous vineyards of the central regions with plenty of natural wonders at either end of the country, Argentina has more than enough reasons to make it your next holiday destination and here are our favourite reasons.
Reminiscent of a Swiss ski town, Bariloche has the perfect combination of dramatic mountains, dazzling blue lakes and a thriving town, making it one of the top destinations in all of Argentina. Snow sports aficionados will find no lack of things to occupy themselves with during the winter season, while nature lovers can enjoy the plethora of leafy hiking routes available once the weather heats up. For some less strenuous activity, the local chocolate museum is a great way to spend an afternoon.
Capital city of the land that gave us tango and steak, Buenos Aires is a modern metropolis filled with European-style architecture and a distinctly Latin charm, which is utterly unforgettable. Visitors should explore this incredible city on foot in order to make the most of everything it has to offer including the historical Obelisco in the Plaza de la Republica. There are also dozens of different areas where shopaholics can get their fix, all of which range dramatically in style and price.
These powerful and majestic waterfalls, which stretch out through Argentina and Brazil, should not be missed by anyone passing through South America. Few places on earth can compete with Iguazu Falls with regards to showing, to its fullest extent, just what Mother Nature is capable of. There are plenty of lookout points from which visitors can get the perfect shot of the cascades. Alternatively, the falls can also be viewed by helicopter.
As the number one region for wine in all of South America, Mendoza draws in visitors from all over the world. However, this vineyard-filled region has a lot more to offer than just Malbec with fly fishing, horseback tours and excursions sampling the local gourmet cuisine just a few of the activities available to those who venture here. With snow-capped mountains in the background and colourful fields on the outskirts, it’s hard to find a reason not to visit Mendoza.
Literally translated at ‘Land of the Fire’, Tierra del Fuego spans through Argentina and Chile and is truly a land before time. In 1960 a portion of the area was declared a National Park and now has several different paths and trails, varying in difficulty, which visitors can follow in order to explore this rugged landscape in more depth. Most who choose to visit this region use the town of Ushuaia, the world’s most southern city, as a base.
Argentina Travel Guide
Plan your trip to Argentina with our handy Travel Guide resources covering everything from the top things to see, the lowdown on visas and more.
Information on climatic and weather conditions in Argentina
Places on our must-see list of any visit to Argentina
Money, shopping, transport, food, health advice & more
Visa requirements for Argentina and info on getting your visa
Available touring combinations in South America
More info on our guided tours in Argentina
- The Tango Singer
by Tomas Eloy Martinez
- Enduring Patagonia
by Gregory Crouch
by Jorge Luis Borges
Facts about Argentina
- Argentina has a national Friend Day on July 20th, when people have parties to celebrate their friendships.
- Several gigantic dinosaurs found their home in Argentina, including the Giganotosaurus and the Argentinosaurus.
- Although he is known around the world for his involvement in Cuba, Che Guevara is actually from Argentina.
Argentina Travel Advice:
We keep informed of the latest travel advice to Argentina and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates from the relevant advisory body in your country.
Online travel resources for Argentina:
Argentina - Land of Contrasts
Few can resist the allure of Buenos Aires, dubbed the Paris of South America, and where you go from here is a wonderful choice to make. Head to Salta and the northwest for enchanting villages and spectacularly rugged scenery or head south to Mendoza and the famed wine region. Further south is Bariloche and Argentina's stunning Lake District whilst El Calafate serves as the ideal base from which to explore the Parque Nacional Los Glaciares. And you can't get much further south than the scenic city of Ushuaia and the stunning Tierra del Fuego National Park.