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Things to do in Argentina

Quintessentially Latin, Argentina is home of the tango, and one of the most thrilling ways to experience this is at the Esquina Carlos Gardel Tango show in Buenos Aires. Spend the evening sampling local food and wines and watching this passionate dance.

Other things to do in Argentina that we recommend include visiting the Peninsula Valdes to spot southern right whales, seals, penguins and birdlife. Or, don crampons and trek across the creaking ice of the Perito Moreno Glacier.

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Ideas for experiencing Argentina

Experiences you have as you travel often hold the longest memories. As part of their research trips, our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know Argentina, and the best local guides. These activities reflect some of their best-loved experiences.

  • Mighty Pertio Moreno

    Perito Moreno Glacier Tour

    Perito Moreno & Los Glaciares National Park

    The glacier snakes its way into Lago Argentino where it edges its way across the lake, occasionally it dams the Brazo Rico and cause the level of the lake to rise. When this happens the melting ice at the base is unable to support the weight and the whole bridge collapses in a spectacular explosion.

  • El Querandi Tango Show

    El Querandi Tango Show

    Buenos Aires

    You can experience Argentina’s home-grown dance, the tango, in an entertaining yet authentic way at this dinner show. The production tells the story of tango, from its humble roots to its worldwide fame, and includes many dexterous, gravity-defying routines.

  • Mendoza, Argentina

    Alta Montana Excursion


    A full day excursion traveling across the mountain range-circuit called "Alta Montaña", next to the Mendoza River.

  • Tierra del Fuego, Ushuaia

    Lakes Off Road excursion

    Ushuaia & Tierra del Fuego

    You take the National Road Nº 3 northwards and enjoy the magnificent views of the Carbajal and Tierra Mayor valleys before reaching Garibaldi Pass, where you will make your first panoramic stop.

  • Palermo street scene, Buenos Aires, Argentina

    Parrilla Tour, Palermo

    Buenos Aires

    Most visitors to Buenos Aires only dine at the most touristy parrillas published in guidebooks and sadly miss out on some of the city’s most delicious gems.

  • Southern Right Whale, Peninsula Valdes

    Whale Watching

    Peninsula Valdes

    Each year from June to November the southern right whales pass the Valdes peninsula offering spectacular opportunities to get close to these giants.

  • The Upsala Ice Fields, El Calafate

    Upsala Glacier & Estancia Cristina

    Perito Moreno & Los Glaciares National Park

    Sail as far up to channel as possible in order to view the stunning Upsala Glacier. This remains South America’s longest glacier at a length of 60 KM, a width of between 5 and 7 KM and a sixty meter high snout.

  • Ibera Wetlands, Argentina

    Galarza Lagoon Boat Trip

    On this guided boat trip you will be taken along the Isiri and Yacare streams to the Galarza lagoon, part of the Esteros del Ibera. As you glide through narrow waterways between embalsados (floating islands) covered in lush foliage, you will be treated to an astonishing array of wildlife.

  • An excursion from the Cruceros Australis

    Cruceros Australis Cruise

    Ushuaia & Tierra del Fuego

    The ship sets sail from Ushuaia for the bottom of the continent of South America, the 'uttermost part of the earth'.

  • Iguazu, Parque Nacional Iguazu

    Iguazú Falls

    Iguazú Falls

    Exploring the Argentinian side of the falls, allows opportunities for detailed and close up views, plus chances to see the flora and fauna of the Iguazu National Park.

  • Pre-Columbian settlement at Pucará, Tilcara

    Humahuaca Gorge

    Set off from Purmamarca, having first visited the village and enjoyed the Hill of Seven Colors from close quarters. You will pass through the oasis village of Maimara, with its onion and garlic fields and dramatic colored mountain backdrop, known as the Artist's Palette because of the range of hues visible.