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
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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.
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.
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.