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Magnificent landscapes, outdoor adventure, traditional gaucho culture & world-class wineries

A giant of South America, Argentina does everything in epic proportions. With a length of 3,650 km, the country spans from the steamy Tropic of Capricorn all the way to the edge of Antarctica.

From scorching salt plains and sunny vineyards, to frosty glaciers and snow-capped mountains, Argentina encompasses an astonishing mix of terrains and natural wonders.

Begin in bewitching Buenos Aires, a seductive cocktail of tango, football, leafy parklands and historical barrios (neighbourhoods). One of the greatest cities in the world, Buenos Aires serves up beautiful architecture, fascinating museums and galleries, trendy cafes, romantic bookstores and passionate porteños (residents of Buenos Aires).

Head just outside of the bustling city to discover the Pampas, a huge expanse of fertile lowlands, where gauchos work their estancias (a ranch or farm). Stay for a while, soaking up the peaceful countryside, learning about traditional gaucho farmlife, and enjoying hearty, home-grown food.

For more delectable cuisine and the finest wines, it has to be Mendoza. Known as the wine capital of Argentina, the Mendoza wineries are truly world-class. You'll sample the specialties, learn about the ingenious irrigation methods of the Huarpe people, cycle the stunning vineyards, or simply lounge in the eternal sunshine with superb food and wine.

Head north and you’ll discover a staggering diversity of landscapes, from the arid Andean highlands of the Northwest, to the lush jungle of Puerto Iguazú. You can ascend through the clouds in the Northwest, uncovering breathtaking rock formations, ancient ruins, and charming towns like Salta, before heading to the dripping rainforest on the border with Brazil.

Here, you’ll see the mighty Iguazú Falls, the largest waterfall system in the world and a magnificent feat of nature, along with a cacophony of unique wildlife. You can spot capybara, giant anteaters, jaguars, yellow anaconda in the Iberá Wetlands, and even whales, seals and penguins in the far-flung Valdes Peninsula.

Plunge south and you’ll be in another world again. Bejeweled in natural wonders, Argentina’s icy south boasts the adventure playground of the Lake District, the ethereal archipelago of Tierra del Fuego, and the dramatic peaks of famed Patagonia.

You’ll stay in luxurious retreats at the foot of the Andes, witness the crackling spectacle of the Perito Moreno Glacier, marvel at the beauty of the Estancia Cristina and meet traditional Patagonian gauchos.

From El Calafate to Bariloche, you can go trekking, kayaking, rafting, sailing, horse riding, fishing, skiing and bird watching. Don’t forget to take a moment to soak up the brilliant sunsets.

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Best times to visit Argentina

Argentina is a spectacular destination to visit at any time of the year. With a broad range of climates and seasons spanning from the north to south, it’s imperative you choose the right time of the year for your holiday. Summer (December to February) is best for trekking in the south, including Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, while autumn (March to May) is perfect for wine lovers. You’ll marvel at the gorgeous golden foliage and fantastic wine harvest festivals in Mendoza.

Winter (June to August) is best for skiing in the Andes and visiting the north without the blazing summer conditions, while spring is simply beautiful. From September to November, you’ll be spoilt with colourful blooms, pleasant temperatures and fewer crowds.

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