Explore Buenos Aires, from vibrant La Boca to the elegant avenues of Palermo.
See an Argentine tango dance show.
Feel the spray from the immense Iguazu Falls, enjoying private tours of both sides.
Take a private guided tour of Rio’s highlights, from Christ the Redeemer to Copacabana.
Audley have been operating in Argentina for many years and we have a detailed knowledge of the country’s many regions and the best way to combine them. The tour ideas below are inspired by routes that our specialists have loved and that champion the lesser-known areas whilst still including the obvious highlights.
Our Argentina travel ideas are designed to give you a flavour of what is possible and what works particularly well, whether you wish the learn the tango, sample the wine, marvel at the glaciers or ride with the gauchos.
Speak to someone
who's been there
- 01993 838 630
- Make an enquiry
Our recommended tours in Argentina
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Argentina, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well. Treat them simply as inspiration, because your trip will be created uniquely for you by one of our specialists based on your particular tastes and interests.
Unfortunately no tours matched your search criteria.
Take a tour with a local guide to explore the most famous parts of Buenos Aires.
Enjoy one of the world famous Tango shows.
Perhaps have a go at dancing the Tango yourself.
Live like a gaucho; walk, relax and ride in the pampas.
Visit the might Perito Moreno glacier.
Sample some of Argentina's best wines around Mendoza.
Get up close to the Perito Moreno glacier and trek on the ice itself.
Hike or go horse riding in Torres del Paine National Park.
Explore Buenos Aires with your local guide, getting a real feel for the city.
See a scintillating live tango show.
Spend time in Argentina's cultural capital, Buenos Aires.
Admire the natural beauty of the Argentine Lake District.
Sail the milky waters of Lago Argentino to visit the mighty Perito Moreno Glacier.
Be in awe of the mighty Iguazu Falls.
Admire the views of snow-capped Villarrica Volcano from the lakeside town of Pucon.
Stop off at viewpoints on Argentina's scenic Seven Lakes route to Villa la Angostura.
Explore the pretty town of Puerto Varas and local Mapuche Indian culture.
See the icy peaks and jade lakes of Chile's southern lake district.
Visit some of Argentina's lesser visited wineries and enjoy tasting some of the area's wines.
Explore the colonial city of Salta and enjoy a coffee in one of its pavement cafes.
Spend time in the unmissable city of Buenos Aires.
Take in the wonderful Iguazu Falls.
Not only taste some of Chile and Argentina's best food but have a go at buying and cooking it as well with the help of local guides and chefs.
Sample Chilean and Argentine wines so you can pick the best pairing for your food of choice.
Enjoy the spectacular crossing through the mighty Andes between Mendoza and Santiago.
Explore the cultural city of Buenos Aires, the vibrant city of Valparaiso and the up and coming corners of Santiago de Chile.
Enjoy the colonies of penguins and elephant seals near the Península Valdés. Between June and October humpback whales also frequent the waters.
Explore the Iberá wetlands and its abundant wildlife.
Hear the roar and feel the spray of the mighty Iguazu Falls.
Sit among a penguin colony.
Marvel at icebergs carved into hypnotic shapes by the wind and water.
Spend time on deck watching wandering albatross circle the boat while keeping an eye open for whales.
Kayak or trek in peace through untouched regions.
Cruising on the Australis vessel around Cape Horn searching for penguin colonies and getting up close to impressive glaciers.
Exploring the great outdoors and dramatic scenery of Torres del Paine National Park.
Experiencing the vibrant city of Buenos Aires, home to the seductive Tango.
Get up close to the mighty Perito Moreno glacier in El Calafate.
Witness some of the most barren and spectacular landscape in the Andes.
Watch the sunset over the Valley of the Moon in the Atacama Desert.
Stay in a luxury Airstream camper on the Uyuni salt flat.
Spend time exploring Argentina’s bustling capital, Buenos Aires.
Sit among a king penguin colony 100,000's of birds.
Walk from Stromness to Fortuna bay in the footsteps of Shackleton, Crean and Worsley.
See wandering albatross on their nests.
Marvel at icebergs carved in to hypnotic shapes by the wind and water.
Spend time on deck watching wandering albatross circle the boat whilst keeping an eye open for whales.
Kayak or trek in peace through untouched regions.
Filter by destination
Filter by category
Some of our favourite travel guides
- How to spend two weeks in Argentina's Lake District
- What to do in Argentina: our highlights guide
- Driving Argentina’s wild northwest: Salta to Mendoza on Ruta 40
- Argentina’s wildlife: where to go and what to see
- Patagonia beyond the Torres: hiking holidays in Argentina’s El Chaltén
- 5 reasons to stay in an estancia on your trip to Argentina
How to spend two weeks in Argentina's Lake District
Yes, you can go to Argentina for two weeks and never leave its Lake District, says Argentina specialist Olivia. Combine drives, hikes and kayaking in the main hubs with a jaunt across the border to Chile’s off-piste Futangue Park.View this travel guide
What to do in Argentina: our highlights guide
Argentina: there’s more to it than tango, football, and Eva Perón (although they’re all part of the quintessential Buenos Aires experience). Long-time fan Jasmine explains the best places to visit in Argentina, from wetland wildlife-spotting to an estancia stay.View this travel guide
Driving Argentina’s wild northwest: Salta to Mendoza on Ruta 40
Between Salta and Mendoza in northwest Argentina lies a yawning, unforgiving landscape dominated by Andean ranges, desert and badlands. Few visitors set foot there. Audley specialist Melissa explains why it makes for a classic Argentinian road trip on Ruta 40.View this travel guide
Argentina’s wildlife: where to go and what to see
From whale spotting off the shores of Peninsula Valdes to the second largest wetland in South America: Argentina specialist Nick guides you through Argentina’s unsung wildlife hubs, explaining where you can spot penguins, capybaras, guanacos, rheas, and much more.View this travel guide
Patagonia beyond the Torres: hiking holidays in Argentina’s El Chaltén
Audley South America specialist Iain explains why, for him, El Chaltén isn’t just one of the best places to visit in Argentina, but offers some of the best hiking in Patagonia. He recommends his preferred trails.View this travel guide
5 reasons to stay in an estancia on your trip to Argentina
Estancias allow you to get away from everything and experience traditional gaucho culture. Here, Argentina specialist Chloe presents even more reasons to consider an estancia stay — and this in spite of being vegetarian and (by her own admission) no horsewoman...View this travel guide