Argentina is among the top ten largest countries of the world with all the climates and geographies and our company organizes sightseeing trips as a complement of our outdoor activities. In that sense, we are able to provide touring packages or personalized custom made trips.
We always recommend to visit this cosmopolitan city of South America.
Begin your sightseeing tour of Buenos Aires from your hotel in BA aboard your comfortable private car and guide, traveling through the city's most popular neighborhoods and passing famous landmarks along the way. In Plaza de Mayo, stop for photos of the Argentine presidential office – Casa Rosada – a palatial building known for its pink exterior. See the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo (Town hall) before making your way to Teatro Colón, a beautiful opera house built near Plaza de la República and the Obelisco de Buenos Aires (Obelisk of Buenos Aires).
On your way to San Telmo, go through the waterfront district of Puerto Madero, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods. Admire the well-preserved colonial architecture and attractions like Dorrego Square, where spontaneous tango performances are known to erupt. Enjoy the colorful atmosphere of La Boca, a neighborhood settled by Italian immigrants and a major attraction due to the brightly painted buildings of the Caminito, the main drag. Here, hop off the coach for a stroll along the pedestrian-only lane where local artists sell their work. Back on your coach, drive through Palermo and take in views of Palermo Woods, the city's largest park. Recoleta area is one of the city's most exclusive neighborhoods, renowned for the Recoleta Cemetery, elegant shops and open-air cafés and it is the place where we use to accommodate our guests during their stay in BA.
Your private tour ends when you get back to your hotel or any other destination where you like to stop.
Be transported back to a time when the sultry rhythms of Argentine tango ruled the city of Buenos Aires, and relish an enchanting evening surrounded by its lively music and dance! Watch professional dancers perform in stunning costumes at the rhythm of this traditional Argentinean music. Enjoy a delicious dinner of Argentinean and international cuisine paired with a generous selection of wine – a truly unforgettable experience!
Upon pickup from your hotel, board a comfortable private car or van and head out of the city center to San Isidro, driving parallel to the scenic Rio de la Plata. When you reach the affluent town, your guide will point out the San Isidro Cathedral and numerous mansions long inhabited by Argentina's aristocratic families.
Continue to Tigre and board a catamaran for a less than one hour cruise through the islands of the Tigre’s Delta, observing island residents interacting with floating services such as the supermarket boat and water taxi. Admire the homes built on stilts and view President Sarmiento's home and museum before re-boarding your ride at the port for the return drive to Buenos Aires.
Located in the North East of Argentina, in a rain forest environment, this tour to Iguazu Falls is full of adventure and natural beauty. Don't let your time in Buenos Aires go by without taking this fantastic opportunity to spend a few days exploring the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Iguassu Falls!
Visit both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of Iguazu Falls and spend a couple of nights in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina's gateway to the falls located at 20 kilometers from Iguazu National Park.
A 3-Day Tour to Iguazu Falls from Buenos Aires is what we recommend to explore this natural wonder by their magnificent footbridges that let you merge with the lush vegetation and be moisten by more of 270 falls at the reach of your hand. Don’t miss the boat ride to San Martin falls, the panoramic views of the upper path and the trail to the Devil’s Throat (the biggest fall) where the water falls 90 meters producing a thundering sound and before it drains into the Parana River.
Apart from waterfalls, the jungle offers a series of alternatives in a dump but slightly fresher environment with a wide variety of animals and plants. Almost 500 species of wild fowl, 80 species of mammals and an immense variety of reptiles, fish, insects and butterflies live in this ecosystem.
Calafate and Perito Moreno Glacier
Located in the South West of Argentina, in a beautiful mountains' environment. Be seduced by the fascinating landscape of Argentina's Glaciers National Park and visit the Perito Moreno Glacier in a tour from El Calafate. Explore glacier streams, small lagoons, gullies, crevasses and plenty of ice formations on this one of a kind South American experience. Learn about the different flora, fauna and general glaciology of the region as well as a particular ice breaking phenomenon that happens in the Perito Moreno Glacier.
This glacier is an impressive natural wonder and due to its extension and height, it has become world famous for its easy access, continuous advance and the loud loosening of huge icebergs. The Parque Nacional Los Glaciares (Glaciers National Park) area is home to other important glaciers such as Upsalla, Onelli and Spegazzini.
Once inside Los Glaciares National Park, you'll follow the route around Lago Argentino where 50 miles (80km) from El Calafate, Perito Moreno Glacier lies imposing with its 200 foot (60 meter) high ice walls. Follow the paths that lead you to face the glacier and get different impressive views, all while continuous detachments and constant ice breaking noises echoes in your surrounds!
Enjoy this great Argentinian getaway and discover by first-hand the absolute beauty and grandeur of the Perito Moreno Glacier. This tour is ideal for the entire family and is a nature experience not to be missed by anyone!
Ushuaia, capital of Tierra del Fuego province, is the southernmost city of the World.
It is located on the coast of the Beagle Channel and surrounded by the stunning Le Martial Mountains. Its unique location in Patagonia offers a beautiful combination of mountains, sea, glaciers and forests found nowhere else on Earth. While this scenery is what makes Ushuaia such a wonderful destination, the city itself has its own charm but don’t miss the breathtaking surroundings where you can visit Tierra del Fuego National Park as well as private estancias (ranches).
Among the many touristic activities of this area including boat rides in the Beagle channel, gourmet tours around Ushuaia, hiking to lakes and mountains nearby, the World’s End train ride, a visit of the World’s End Prison, trekking and canopy at the Martial Glacier, Ski in Cerro Castor, Lapataia National park visit and many other we recommend to start with the Ushuaia City and Museums Half-Day Tour that begins as you travel back in time to the streets of Ushuaia's historical La Mission neighborhood, goes around the districts built by the first immigrants at the beginning of the 20th century. During this time, the city was built around a once-active prison intended for Argentina's most serious criminals.
As the tour continues, you'll learn about the incredible recent growth that took place with the arrival of the new settlers of the 1980s, transforming Ushuaia into the city it is today.
Soak up the beauty surrounding Bariloche in a comfortable vehicle along this breathtaking mountain environment full of lakes and forests. Visit the city of Bariloche and travel along a road that follows the gorgeous Nahuel Huapi Lake to several vista points where you'll see spectacular views of the many lakes and mountains of the area. With stops for photographs and time to enjoy the scenery, this tour shows you the many natural highlights of this beautiful region! Along the road to San Martin de los Andes through the Seven Lakes scenery route we recommend to stop in Villa La Angostura, one of the most beautiful mountain village of the region.
The area around Nahuel Huapi Lake, where Bariloche is located at, is known for its picturesque beauty reminiscent of the Swiss Alps with A-frame chalets, St Bernard dogs and pretty flower boxes. On this coach tour through the Bariloche Lakes District, take in the scenic alpine meadows and pristine forests of beech, cypress and pine. See stunning scenery amid lakes full of trout, salmon and perch, and enjoy knowledgeable commentary from your guide as you ride in a comfortable coach through this incredible region.
Scenic routes, walks in downtown Bariloche, to visit the ancient caves, to explore the numerous lakes, trekking to the Tronador mountain and Black Glacier, ski in Cathedral mountain, relax at the Llao Llao Hotel one of the top mountain’s hotels of the world are part of the main touristic attractions of this area.
Argentina produces world-renowned wines, so don't miss this chance to escape the city for a wine-tasting tour. Travel through the beautiful Argentine wine country to some of the most prestigious wineries in the Mendoza area.
Wine Tasting Tour Wine is one of Argentina's most sought-after products; learn about Argentina's rich wine-growing culture, the many varieties of world-class wine produced in the area as well as how this dry area became a wine-growing oasis with irrigation techniques that capture the snow melt runoff from the Andes Mountains.
Once you are in Mendoza area you'll travel approximately 60 miles (100km) from the town into the regions of Lujan de Cuyo and Maipu. Within the foothills of the Andes, the Uco Valley provides the highest altitudes at which wines are produced in the province of Mendoza.
In a normal trip you’d visit different wineries and enjoy a wine tasting sessions, during which you'll become familiar with the local wines. Your English- and Spanish-speaking guide will explain the technique of wine tasting, wine production, the importance of the cork in the bottle and the correct way to handle a glass. A relaxing trip to Mendoza wine country is an unforgettable experience for your senses.
Skiing, horseback riding in the Andes mountains, biking, white water rafting, the Harvest Festival are some of other interesting touristic activities near Mendoza city area.