Private Tours & Luxury Holiday In Argentina

Argentina is a tremendously diverse country, including a wide range of ecosystems, from deserts to jungles to even parts of the Antarctic. El Calafate in Argentinian Patagonia is a striking contrast to the lush tropical rainforest that surrounds the natural wonders of Iguazu Falls in this South American nation, which boasts a variety of geographical extremes and a landscape of unparalleled beauty. Along with its breathtaking natural beauty, Argentina entices tourists with its sensual tango, grills, cowboys, and full-bodied wine, making it the perfect luxury holiday destination.

The lively capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires, fascinates with its culture, nightlife, history, and city life thanks to its diverse architecture, Parisian-style cafes, and wine and dining scene. Furthermore, Mendoza, located in the Central Andes foothills, is well-known for its wines, while the northwest region of Salta is home to free-roaming llamas, multicoloured hills, salt flats, and active volcanoes.

Iguazu Falls, a true natural wonder with its spectacular cascading falls, is also the highlight of any journey to Argentina. In contrast, the lake district of Bariloche is home to numerous snow-capped peaks, lush pine forests, and turquoise lakes. Last but not least, wrap up your Argentina vacation in the country’s southernmost tip, where you can witness one of the continent’s most breathtaking natural phenomena: the world-famous Perito Moreno Glacier.

Tailor-Made Tours To Argentina

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Understanding Your Needs

Identifying your interests is crucial for trip customization. We initiate the process with a video call, during which we share insights about the destination and experiences offered, helping you gain clarity on your preferences.

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Personalization

With an understanding of your needs, our Travel Specialist crafts a personalized itinerary tailored to your preference, encompassing a range of handpicked experiences, activities, accommodations and private guide.

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Pre-Trip Briefing

Before departure, we’ll meet to give a final overview and share essential contact information and preparations needed for your journey, ensuring you’re well-equipped for a remarkable travel experience.

Highlights Of Argentina

Here is a list of handpicked attractions which we would include in our vacation in Argentina. You may enjoy the best of what Argentina has to offer in these locations, from its breathtaking landscapes and diverse cultural offerings to its delectable cuisine and award-winning wines. If you’d like a more tailored travel experience, we’re pleased to put together a custom itinerary for you that incorporates additional sights not included here.

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Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls is a must-see for visitors to Argentina. Iguazu Falls (sometimes spelt Iguassu) is the largest collection of waterfall in the world, consisting of more than two hundred and seventy separate falls running together. This formidable natural phenomenon, based on the border between Argentina and Brazil and comprised of a series of waterfalls fed by the Iguazu River, is well worth a visit.

The sight of thousands of gallons of water tumbling down the Parana Plateau’s slopes is awe-inspiring, especially against the backdrop of the surrounding trees. The spectacular Iguazu Falls may be seen from both Argentina and Brazil. However, you can get a breathtakingly close look at the falls from the Argentine side.

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is a bustling, passionate, and cosmopolitan city, and it has a refined aura that is reminiscent of Paris. It is one of the most astonishing cities in the world due to its wealth of architectural and cultural history, youthful creative spirit, electrifying nightlife, one-of-a-kind traditions, thriving arts scene, expansive parks, and warm, welcoming hosts.

Experience the best of what Buenos Aires has to offer with a stroll through the vibrant La Boca neighbourhoods, a bite of the world’s best beef, or a performance at the Teatro Colón, widely regarded as one of the world’s finest opera houses thanks to its exceptional acoustics and striking architecture.

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Serrania De Hornocal

Just outside of Humahuaca, you’ll find a striking limestone formation known as Serranía de Hornocal, which is a popular tourist attraction in the colourful Quebrada de Humahuaca. Yacoraite is the limestone that makes up Cerro Hornocal. This geologic structure spans all the way from Salta, Argentina, to the Bolivian Altiplano and into Peru.

It is believed that the colourful phenomenon known as the “fourteen coloured mountains” was originally developed underwater some 600 million years ago. When different periods of time passed, different kinds of mineral deposits accumulated in layers, and those layers are presently being worn away by erosion.

Perito Moreno Glacier

Perito Moreno Glacier, located in Los Glaciares National Park, is a highlight for many visitors on a luxury vacation to Argentina. It has been 40 years since this site was incorporated into the UNESCO World Heritage List, but it still never gets old to see the baby blue ice detach from the glacier and plummet into the icy waters below.

While most glaciers around the world are melting, Argentina’s Perito Moreno Glacier is expanding. This implies that as the glacier expands, crevasses and cracks form at the terminus, and icebergs break off and plunge into the ice field below.

There are a number of boardwalks and observation platforms dotted along the glacier’s edge, allowing you to get close enough to hear the ice cracking and crashing into the ocean below. While Argentina is home to several different glaciers, none compare to the beauty and rarity of the Perito Moreno Glacier.

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Salinas Grandes

The Salinas Grandes Argentina, the world’s third-largest salt flat, is so huge that it extends across the provincial boundaries of Salta and Jujuy. Approximately 4,700 square kilometres in size, it is easy to feel like you are at the very edge of the world while you are inside it. Photography enthusiasts will find the Salinas Grandes to be a paradise thanks to the abundance of warm sunlight and relaxing breezes.

The blinding whiteness seems to stretch on forever in certain directions, with nothing but a sharp dividing border between the snowy ground and the great blue sky above. There are distant vistas of the Andes that resemble the Martian landscape in their deep red colouration.

FAQs for Argentina Tours

We recommend a minimum of 10 days to explore many of Argentina’s key highlights.

If you’re looking to really immerse yourself in the wonders of Argentina, we recommend spending two weeks for a truly comprehensive experience.

While Argentina welcomes visitors throughout the year, we recommend visiting during spring (October to mid-December) and autumn (April to mid-June) to avoid the tourist crowds and elevated prices in the high season.

In public spaces, avoid showcasing affluence by openly wearing flashy jewelry or using cell phones and headphones. Ensure your valuables, such as your passport and travel documents, are securely kept at all times.

We recommend that you stay on well-lit and busy streets If you decide to explore the city on your on at night.

It is recommended to bring along some local currency, Argentine Peso, given that the smaller shops might not take credit cards. If you are planning to exchange money along the way, bring along some US dollar. You will generally get a better exchange rate with US dollars than with other currencies.

No, Singaporean passport do not require a visa for holiday visits to Argentina. Nonetheless, visa regulations can change along the way, and our Travel Specialist will provide you with the most up to date information during your trip briefing.

In Argentina, while Spanish is the official language, you’ll find that many hotel staff are proficient in English. However, in smaller towns or when exploring off-the-beaten-path cultural sites, your personal guide will facilitate communication by translating and providing cultural context in English.

Should you need assistance at local restaurants, whether it’s understanding the menu or communicating dietary restrictions to the staff, your private guide will be around to ensure smooth communication.

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