Named after the silver found by Spanish conquistadores, Argentina is a country of fiery passions and sophisticated palates.

Extending from Bolivia to the tip of South America, Argentina encompasses a wide array of geography and climates, and is almost the size of India. 

Nature-lovers can traverse the Patagonian Steppe, climb South America's highest peak, walk among thousands of penguins and witness the world's most amazing waterfalls. 

Meanwhile city slickers will adore fabulous Buenos Aires, full of opportunities to learn Spanish, dance the tango and interact with dynamic and beautiful locals.


Argentina's seasons are the opposite of the Northern Hemisphere seasons. The best time to visit Buenos Aires is during the spring (September to November) when temperatures are blissfully cool, or the autumn (from March to May).

Sample Itinerary

11 nights from Buenos Aires to Iguazu​ Falls







Day 1/

Fly London Heathrow to Buenos Aires, stay 3 nights at Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

Day 4/

Buenos Aires to Perito Moreno, stay 3 nights at Hosteria Los Notros

Days 1 to 7

Buenos Aires to Bariloche


Buenos Aires is bursting with energy, mixing European sophistication with Latin American vitality. With its wide boulevards, leafy parks and grand buildings reminiscent of Paris or Barcelona, our first two days take in the city’s many delights including the National Congress, Metropolitan Cathedral and Plaza de Mayo (famous, with neighbouring San Telmo, for its impromptu street Tango performances), as well as football-mad La Boca, elegant Palermo and exclusive Recoleta.

The further south you go, the more spectacular the surroundings, and your next stop is glacier country and Perito Moreno National Park, sometimes known as ‘the end of the world’; and with mystical scenery and adventure around every corner it really does feel like it too! 

From your hotel overlooking the famous three-mile wide glacier, you’ll also be able to take guided treks onto the glacier and go sailing past icebergs.   


Perito Moreno


Perito Moreno Park's only hotel, Los Notros’ modern interiors provide the perfect vantage point to enjoy glacier views while tucking into award-winning Patagonian cuisine.




A lovely lakeside setting combines with spacious rooms, exceptional facilities and Latin American artworks throughout to create an exclusive and elegant place to stay.


Iguazu Falls


Portugese colonial elegance combines with one of nature’s most awesome sights – the thundering waters of Iguazu Falls – to provide a truly magical setting.

​Days 7 to 12

Perito Moreno to Iguazu Falls 

Away from the capital, Argentina has many magnificent natural wonders – and nowhere more so than the vast, largely unpopulated southern wilderness of Patagonia. 

From the marine paradise of Peninsula Valdés to the majestic Andean peaks around Mount Fitz Roy, much of the area is protected as national parks. Initially you’ll stay at Bariloche in the popular Lake District with its beautiful settings, wooden chalet-style buildings and countless activities. Besides a tour of this picturesque town, you’ll trek the ‘Circuito Chico’ (Small Circuit), taking you along stunning Nahuel Huapi Lake and into its most beautiful scenery.

Flying north, your final destination is equally awe-inspiring – Iguazu Falls on the border with Brazil. An unforgettable spectacle of 275 waterfalls up to 80m high, your hotel is perfectly positioned just a few hundred metres away (albeit on the Brazilian side). Your visit will include treks and excursions to see the Falls from both countries, including by helicopter – a truly spectacular finish to your journey! 


​Day 7/

Perito Moreno to Bariloche, stay 3 nights at El Casco Art Hotel

Day 10/

Bariloche to Iguazu Falls, stay 2 nights at Hotel das Cataratas

Day 12/

Iguazu Falls to London Heathrow via Rio de Janeiro

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