This 10-day itinerary highlights three of Argentina's most impressive natural wonders. Kicking off in Buenos Aires, you'll venture to Bariloche, surrounded by beautiful lakes and mountains—great for kayaking and hiking. Next is high-altitude Mendoza where you'll and take part in several wine tastings (especially Malbec). Finish at the Brazilian border to experience hundreds of waterfalls in both countries.
Argentina 10-Day Tours & Itineraries
Ten days in Argentina is enough time to cover some of its famously beautiful regions, be it the deserts of the north, the eastern wine country, or even down to Patagonia and up to Iguazú Falls. You can start in the capital of Buenos Aires before going on a marine-life safari in Puerto Madryn, on the Atlantic Coast. If you’re a wine lover, head east to Mendoza and sample Argentina’s most famous varietal: Malbec. For a bit of Patagonia, travel to the Lake District city of Bariloche, which offers fine skiing in winter and camping in summer.
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Immerse yourself in the sights, tastes, and rhythm of Argentina on this ten-day adventure. Begin by exploring the culture of Buenos Aires on a city tour. Then, enjoy a tango lesson in the city where the dance was born. Next, venture to Medoza and indulge your senses while taking part in informative and delicious wine tours of the region. Finally, visit the colonial city of Salta, which is your jumping off point for the rugged gorges, salt flats, and painted deserts of Argentina's far north.
If you're looking to do a deep-dive into northwestern Argentina, this trek gives you access to a gorgeous region of towering mountains and deep valleys, and the chance to immerse yourself in high-altitude communities that can only be reached on foot. With no one major site to work up to but rather a full ten days of extraordinary places, on this trip, the journey really is the destination.
This 10-day trip highlights one of the least explored—yet most rewarding—areas of Argentina. After touring Buenos Aires with a local, you’ll head north to visit hundreds of waterfalls along the Brazilian border, explore a colonial city known for architecture, and take day-trips to gorges, salt flats, and wineries at the foot of the Andes.
With this Argentine itinerary, you'll get to know Buenos Aires and Patagonia in one 10-day trip. Start in the capital city with tango and a cooking workshop before heading south to Puerto Madryn, a seaside community in Patagonia famous for its diverse ecosystem. Go whale watching, snorkel with sea lions, and spot penguins before heading back to Buenos Aires.
Leave the tour bus crowds behind and enjoy an adventure through Patagonia. On this journey, you'll do it all, from swimming with sea lions in Puerto Madryn to following in the footsteps of Charles Darwin as you travel down the Beagle Channel. After exploring Tierra del Fuego, you'll return to the north and El Calafate, where you'll get up close with Perito Moreno, a glacier with a surface area of nearly 100 square miles.
Visit four incredible regions of Argentina over 10 days on this unforgettable holiday. In Buenos Aires, you'll see a live tango performance before jetting north where you'll tour the mammoth iguazú Falls. Then you'll head southeast to Mendoza and sample the prized varietals of Argentina's wine region, after which you'll end the trip in Patagonia with nature hikes and excursions to Lake Nahuel Huapi.
Celebrate your honeymoon with a romantic tour through the wine regions of Argentina and Chile. You'll start in Buenos Aires, considered one of the most beautiful cities in South America. Here, you'll enjoy private walking and sailing tours, as well as an evening tango show. Then, head to Mendoza for days filled with wine tours and tastings. Finally, you'll fly to Chile, where you can spend some time in the Colchagua Valley, touring vineyards, mountain biking, or pampering yourself at the spa.
This adventurous 10-day itinerary takes you deep into the dramatic landscapes of Argentine Patagonia. Hike up rugged mountains, trek across vast glaciers, and horseback ride through a historic Estancia before entering the spectacular Los Glaciares National Park. Here you'll kayak on the serene Lago del Desierto and embark upon a selection of scenic hikes into the Fitz Roy mountain range.
Argentina is famous for its food, wine, and natural beauty. You'll experience all of it on a 10-day trip that begins in Buenos Aires and continues in Mendoza to sample the region's famous Malbec wine. The grand tour culminates in northern Argentina at the massive Iguazú Falls, second only to Victoria Falls in terms of size and splendor.
In just 10 days you can travel to both ends of Argentina and experience the highlights of each region. In the south you'll experience the unspoiled region of Patagonia including its glaciers and the far-south national parks of Tierra del Fuego. You'll then go from snow to sunshine as you travel to the tropical north and marvel at the biggest waterfalls in the America at Iguazú.
Ushuaia, located in Tierra del Fuego, is the southernmost city of the world. Imagine, then, the unspoiled nature and rugged landscapes that abound in this region of Patagonia. In just under a week you'll enjoy a few days in Buenos Aires followed by a jaunt to Ushuaia and trekking excursions, boat rides on the Beagle Channel, and even an outing to go penguin spotting.
This 10-day excursion is perfect for adventurers who want to experience Argentina's rich culture. From Buenos Aires, you'll travel to Mendoza and sample the region's world-famous wines, particularly Malbec. Then it's time to venture into Patagonia where you'll tour the massive Perito Moreno Glacier and enjoy a boat ride down the Beagle Channel, in Tierra del Fuego.
Why tour one natural wonder in Argentina when you can visit two? It all begins in Buenos Aires, and from there you'll fly to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field for tours of the famous Perito Moreno Glacier. Then you'll fly to the far north to the border with Brazil where you'll find the most incredible waterfalls in the Americas, Iguazú.
Over 10 days you'll enjoy all the famous sights and flavors that define Argentina. It starts with a tango show in Buenos Aires followed by a dinner-party cooking class and a day trip to a working ranch for a traditional BBQ. Then you'll fly east to the wine capital of Argentina, Mendoza, where you'll enjoy tasting tours as well as mountain treks plus a horseback-riding trip into the Andes.
This tour offers the ultimate Argentinean food and wine experience while traveling through picturesque regions including Tigre Delta, Aconcagua Provincial Park, Inca's Bridge, and more. After arriving in Buenos Aires, you will try out the famous asado (meat grill), tour the bustling city, and at the end of the tour, return to Buenos Aires for a cooking lesson. In between, prepare to tour the best of Argentina's wine region in Mendoza and enjoy views of the Andes mountain range as well as visit an estancia in San Antonio de Areco for a culturally-enriching experience.
Get away from it all with 10 days in two of the most beautiful areas of Argentine Patagonia. After a couple days enjoying Buenos Aires, you'll fly to the end of the continent where you'll embark on outdoor excursions in Tierra del Fuego. Then you'll fly north to the Southern Patagonian Ice Field where massive glaciers like Upsala and Perito Moreno await.
This 10-day itinerary combines the best outdoor excursions in Argentina. First, you'll explore the concrete jungle of Buenos Aires and venture to the countryside for a traditional BBQ at a working ranch. Then you'll travel south for nature excursions in Patagonia before flying north where you'll straddle the border between Argentina and Brazil as you explore the largest waterfall in the Americas, Iguazú Falls.
If you want to experience incredible nature excursions in both Chilean and Argentine Patagonia, then this itinerary is for you. It begins in Buenos Aires, from which you'll fly to El Calafate and Los Glaciers National Park to visit the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier. You'll then cross into Chile and trek in Torres del Paine, one of the most famous hiking destinations in the world, before finishing the adventure back in Argentina and the lakeside city of Bariloche.
Eschew the uneventful resorts for an 11-day adventure in Patagonia that will be the vacation you never forget. It begins in Argentina with city tours and a day trip to a river town. Then you'll fly to Patagonia and not only tour the most impressive glacier in the region—Perito Moreno—but go on hikes around the most famous mountain in the area: Fitz Roy.
If you're looking for the ideal South American country in which to enjoy the perfect family vacation, look no further than Argentina. This 10-day itinerary kicks off with a tango show in the capital of Buenos Aires followed by a trip to the countryside to a working cowboy ranch. Then you'll fly south to the lake town of Bariloche and venture into Patagonia for kayak trips, nature hikes, and a whitewater rafting trip.
This 10-day adventure in Argentina allows you to enjoy city life in Buenos Aires while also visiting one of the most beautiful regions in the world, Patagonia. In Buenos Aires, you'll discover the city on a walking tour before jetting to Patagonia and hiking near the iconic Mt. Fitz Roy. Besides visiting awe-inspiring glaciers, you'll also go hiking in Torres del Paine, the crown jewel of national parks in Chilean Patagonia.
When Patagonia beckons, adventurers must answer the call. This 11-day journey covers the classics of Argentine Patagonia, including the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier and the far south region of Tierra del Fuego. Even better, you'll also head to the Atlantic coast for whale watching near Puerto Madryn.
Explore the highlights of Argentine Patagonia on this 10-day adventure. First, you'll enjoy the culture and cuisine of Buenos Aires then head south to El Calafate, in Patagonia. From here, you'll travel to Los Glaciares National Park to get an up-close look at the incredible Perito Moreno Glacier before visiting a working Patagonian ranch with stunning views of the Upsala Glacier and Lake Guillermo.