Travel Argentina with us
The variety in Argentina is endless, making it one of the most unique places in the world. Daring cities entice you in with their passionate culture and wild nights. Rural countryside retreats beckon you to explore the dense forests, chilling icefields and dust-choked deserts. Argentina is a vast wilderness waiting to be explored.
Witness the power of the Iguazu Falls, search for wildlife in the great Ibera Wetlands or try your hand at tango dancing in the colonial plazas. Hike the Patagonia region with its famous glaciers, towering peaks and frozen lakes. A tour to Argentina does not disappoint.
A tour of Argentina offers travelers diverse landscapes of glaciers, fjords, inlets, lakes, forests, prairies, mountains, desert and cosmopolitan cities. Trips to Northern Argentina showcase unique desert landforms, deep gorges that provide for excellent hiking, and the thunderous Iguazu Falls, whose billowing cascades tumble through lush subtropical rainforest. On a trip to southern Argentina, you'll greet the awe-inspiring scenery of the end of the world, Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, where you can board a cruise of Patagonia or take hikes passing through verdant fjords and rugged, glacier-topped mountains.
Do I need a visa to travel to Argentina?
All visitors must have a valid passport to enter Argentina and proof of onward passage. Your passport should be valid for at least six months after your departure date. There is no longer an Argentina reciprocity fee charged to citizens from the United States, Canada, or Australia.
For all other nationalities, please consult with your nearest embassy or consulate for information on entry requirements. Entry requirements change with surprising frequency. It is each traveler's responsibility to check with the consulate for the most up-to-date visa information.
Is tipping customary in Argentina?
Although not required, offering a small tip for services is a way to show appreciation for excellent work. In restaurants, you can add a 10% to the service charge that is included; for guides, we recommend between $2-10/ day; drivers can be tipped $1-3/ day.
What is the internet access like in Argentina?
Throughout most of Argentina, you will have access to high speed and/or wireless internet, including in most of the hotels. If you would like to make sure that the hotel where you’d like to stay has internet access, we’d be happy to let you know. In more remote parts of Argentina, like Patagonia and much of the southern wilds, there is not internet access.