Private tour of Argentina and discover unique diverse landscapes nestled among the pampas grasslands to the Andes Mountains, makes it the eighth largest city in the world.
The ‘Land of Silver’ and home to the famous Gaucho’s galloping across the wide open plains.
The sightseeing guided tours will take you through many districts; you will hear the rhythmic Latin dance music wafting the air; this is the home of the passionate Tango as well as many other romantic Argentinian dances still very much practised here.
On a Private Rosario Tour see the natural wonders that await you from the stunning glaciers of the snow-capped Andes Mountains to the Iguazu Drops the breathtaking Falls said to be the biggest group of waterfalls in the world.
After a tumultuous past, it has emerged in all its colourful and cultural glory to share with the world its fun and exciting nature. You will never be bored here, it is impossible, take in the picturesque arts districts like La Boca and of course the Latin passion of a Buenos Aires guided tour.
Amazing Argentina will entice you with its charm and character; little has changed about this beautiful place over the years.
With a Gaucho’s Guided Private Tour see the famous riders in action, Argentina’s equivalent to a cowboy riding a very exciting trip. Be entranced by the magical Tango with its origins deep in Argentinian history and see many locals casually trip the light fantastic all over the many cities.
Varied sightseeing Argentina tours of this beautiful country will take you to see Iguazu Drops with its thundering waters and over 300 separate falls or take an escorted tour of the Beagle Channel and see the last lighthouse at the end of the world.
Top 10 Things to See and Do in Argentina
1Marking the boundary between Argentina and Brazil are the truly breathtaking Iguazu Drops South Americas stunning group of waterfalls. A place of World Culture, it is protected by UNESCO and is made up of up to 300 separate falls along a 3-kilometre span. A guided private tour takes you down many pathways getting you as near as possible to the thundering waters and also takes in the Devils Throat at the bottom of the falls.
Perito Moreno Glacier
2Exploring the fascinating ice fields of the Los Glaciares National Park is a unique experience not to be missed. Perito Moreno Glacier is the stunning centrepiece and is over 60 metres high. What makes this truly unusual however is the fact that this glacier is always moving. Not seen by the naked eye it can move a staggering 2m a day. Ice walking and climbing private tours are available for the brave.
3Lush plateaus and plains at the base of the Great Andes give the Beagle Channel some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Southern Argentina. Set up as a penal colony in the 20th century the settlement of Ushuaia is the Worlds southernmost town and is the place to start your journey to Cape Horn or Antarctica. On a sightseeing tour visit the End of the World Lighthouse or the towns notorious army museum with displays of early life.
Puerto Madryn and the Valdes Peninsula
4Hugging the picturesque shores of the Gulf of Nuevo is the town of Puerto Madryn established by Welsh settlers in 1886. On a Private Guided Tour see one of the most protected areas of the Patagonian coastline, it is home to fantastic displays of Orcas, Whales and Sea Lions. Also popular with surfers drawn to the powerful Patagonian winds and is one of the major cruise liner locations due to its deep water dock.
the capital of Argentina and also of Latin passion is known worldwide as the home of the sexy Tango. Take lessons, watch one of the many shows or wander the open air museum and soak up the atmosphere of Argentinas history. On a sightseeing tour, you can visit the Mausoleum of Eva Peron, Buenos Aires most famous resident. Stunning ancient Palaces and plantations exist side by side in this lively
, favourite to visit in both winter and summer this is the adventure town of Argentina. You can experience the perfect ski slopes of the Andes and take in the mesmerising landscape near the corner wth Chile. After the snows have melted, it becomes a haven for hikers and climbers along with whitewater rafting and canoeing. Take an overnight custom private tour and camp out under the stars or visit the bustlin
Mar Del Plata
On the Atlantic coastline, four hundred miles from Buenos Aires
are the beautiful beaches of Mar Del Plata. Over 8 kilometres of spotless beaches sprawl towards the cruise ship dock and are lined with modern hotels as well as old mansions and plantations. Visit the fantastic car museum with over 100 cars including an 1886 Daimler or go to the magical Aquarium to see the dolphins, penguins and flamingo
Tierra Del Fuego
8Using the city of Ushuaia as a base, you can trek the magnificent National Park or walk the impressive coastline. The most amazing scenery awaits you from stunning glacier fed lakes, thundering waterfalls and lush woodlands to the abundant variety of birdlife including the Andean Condor. If it all sounds too tiring, then take the Fuegian Railway tour and go in style and comfort on an antique steam train.
Bariloche Lake Region
9One of the biggest ski resorts in South America, San Carlos de Bariloche has the well-deserved standing as the adventure location of the country. It has some amazingly tall peaks, and the breathtaking lakes look like they are made of glass and reflect the natural beauty all around perfectly. Trekking and exploring are popular here around volcanoes, glaciers and waterfalls as well as walking, bike rides and climbing.
Ancient architecture dating back to the 18th century can be found on every street of this city. Cordoba
is a blend of Neo-classical and Baroque designs, and one of the finest examples is the Cathedral of Cordoba. The inside is sumptuously decorated with fine frescoes and murals and still has the original silver altar. You shouldn’t miss the crypts where several well known Argentinians are laid.