From the multicolored gorges of Cafayate to the Yunga cloud forest, and on to the salt flats of Jujuy, northern Argentina is an immensely diverse destination. This off-the-beaten-path region is great for hikers and bikers to get out and explore easygoing villages and gorgeous natural wonders while taking in some gaucho culture and enjoying superb local wines.
Argentina 11-Day Tours & Itineraries
Argentina is the second-largest country in South America, but with 11 days you can see quite a bit of it, from southern Patagonia to the northern deserts. Head north to the colonial city of Salta, from which you can make excursions to desert salt flats, historic villages, and fertile wine country. For a Patagonian adventure, visit El Calafate, home to the famous Perito Moreno Glacier, and then hop over to Bariloche. And no Argentine vacation is complete without a trip out west to Mendoza to sample all those delectable Malbec wines.
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This 11-day trip combines urban culture, outdoor excursions, and vineyard relaxation for a real Argentinian adventure. After exploring Buenos Aires, fly to Mendoza (world-famous for Malbecs) for wine tastings, before heading to El Calafate—the jumping-off point for Los Glaciares National Park—and trek along a massive glacier that is actually advancing.
In this nature-focused adventure, you get the best of both Chilean and Argentine Patagonia. First, travel to far south to Punta Arenas for a visit to an island inhabited by penguins. Next, spend a day exploring Torres del Paine - one of the world's most beautiful national parks. Top your Patagonian experience off with a glacier walk over the most impressive mass of ice in the region, Perito Moreno. Then, journey north for a visit to Iguazú Falls, the largest network of waterfalls in the world. These falls are located on the border of Argentina and Brazil, so you'll get to experience the majesty of the falls from both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides. Finally, it's off to Buenos Aires where you'll enjoy some city time in the "Paris of South America" before your journey home.
This amazing 11-day trip combines some of the most spectacular scenery that Argentine Patagonia has to offer. After exploring Buenos Aires with a tour and tango lesson, you'll head to El Calafate—jumping off point for Los Glaciares National Park—where you'll get up close to several glaciers. Finish the adventure in Bariloche, surrounded by lakes, forests, and mountains, with ample hiking trails and local history.
See the highlights of Argentina with this complete 11-day itinerary that will give you a chance to explore the country's natural wonders at a relaxed pace. From tango in Buenos Aires to hiking in the Los Glaciares National Park to gazing down the Devil's Throat at Iguazú Falls, you'll experience the most quintessential attractions the country has to offer.
Discover Argentina during its low season from April to September. In this tour of the country's northwest region, you'll explore lively Buenos Aires, then you'll be treated to breathtaking scenery, winetasting, amazing waterfalls, and ancient indigenous culture. Valleys, canyons, salt flats, forests and high country entice you to experience nature, tradition, and history.
This amazing 11-day trip will give you a chance to see some of the most spectacular scenery that Argentine Patagonia has to offer. After exploring Buenos Aires, you'll head to Ushuaia—famed for being "the Southernmost City in the World," where you'll get the chance to see penguins up close and go canoeing in Tierra del Fuego. Then head to El Calafate, the jumping-off point for Los Glaciares National Park to see the Perito Moreno glacier. Finish off your adventure with a day of hiking in El Chaltén at the foot of the spectacular Mt. Fitz Roy.
Immerse yourself in Argentina and enjoy its greatest cultural offerings while visiting its most beautiful locales. This 11-day escape begins with a live tango show in Buenos Aires followed by a flight to Mendoza to sample the region's famous Malbec wine. Then you'll head south for nature walks and lakeside retreats around Bariloche before finishing the trip in the north, at the incomparable natural phenomenon Iguazú Falls.
Perfect for adventure travelers and outdoor lovers, this 11-day tour through Argentine Patagonia is designed for you. After 24 hours in Buenos Aires, you'll fly to Los Glaciers National Park where you'll visit Perito Moreno Glacier and traverse the glacier on a guided hike. After, you'll travel to Tierra del Fuego to enjoy nature hikes, a canoeing trip and a boat tour up the Beagle Channel.
Over 11 days in Argentina you'll experience unforgettable adventures amid the country's most spectacular scenery. After exploring Buenos Aires, you'll fly to Mendoza for wine tours and mountain hikes in the Andes. Then you'll head to Patagonia's Los Glaciares National Park and marvel at the Perito Moreno Glacier before finishing with nature tours and canoe trips around Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world.
This itinerary is perfect for wine lovers who also plan on touring some of the best cultural and scenic spots in Argentina. In Buenos Aires, you have a day to explore the city before departing for Mendoza where you will have a few days to explore the wine region and its abundance of wineries nestled among the Andes mountain range. You will then travel north to Salta which amazes travelers with its colorful jagged mountain profiles, local markets, historic architecture, as well as the delicious flavors, colors, and aromas of the region's cuisine and wine.
In just 11 days you can experience the most famous highlights of Patagonia. Beginning in Argentina, you'll fly to the region around Los Glaciers National Park and visit legendary landmarks like Perito Moreno Glacier and Mt. Fitz Roy. Then you'll hope the border into Chile where you'll hit the hiking trails and conquer one of the most beautiful national parks in the world, Torres del Paine.
This 11-day itinerary highlights three of Argentina's most impressive regions. Kicking off in Buenos Aires, you'll fly south to Patagonia and take advantage of the kayaking/hiking opportunities around Bariloche. Next up is a wine tasting in Argentina's premier viticulture region of Mendoza followed by a trip to the Brazilian border to marvel at the mammoth waterfalls of Iguazú.
Go off the tourist trail with a journey to the north of Argentina, an area filled with painted mountains and gorgeous desert scenery. You'll begin in Buenos Aires with a tour of the city plus a boat trip up the Río de la Plata estuary. Then you'll travel north to witness the majesty of Iguazú Falls and then veer east to Salta, where you'll explore the nearby salt flats and enjoy wine tours in Cafayate.
On this 11-day adventure, you'll visit two ends of Argentina that are as different as they are beautiful. After experiencing Buenos Aires you'll fly south to the "end of the world," Tierra del Fuego. Then you'll go north and tour the glaciers around El Calafate before the journey takes a tropical turn with a visit to Iguazú, where you'll tour its thundering waterfalls.
Get ready for the trip of a lifetime in Argentina. It begins in Buenos Aires, where you'll not only enjoy the city but make day trips to nearby river towns and cowboy ranches, too. Then you're off to Patagonia to visit the mammoth Perito Moreno Glacier before flying north to tour the equally impressive natural wonder that is Iguazú Falls
This 11-day adventure places you amid some of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring landscapes in Argentina. After enjoying a live tango show in Buenos Aires, you'll take a river cruise to the colorful town of Tigre. Then you'll fly to the nation's wine capital of Mendoza for tasting tours, horseback trips, and mountain hikes, followed by a flight to Iguazú to see one of the largest waterfalls in the world.
This 11-day journey combines the most unforgettable outdoor adventures in three regions of Argentina. In Buenos Aires, you'll not only tour the city but also take day trips to colorful river towns and working cowboy ranches. Then you'll head south to Patagonia for kayak trips and nature walks before flying to the far north and visit both the Brazilian and Argentine sides of South America's largest waterfall, Iguazú.
This 11-day holiday is more than a ski vacation—it's a collection of incredible experiences in Argentina. It begins in Buenos Aires with tango shows and a day trip to a beautiful river town. From there you'll spend a couple days skiing in Bariloche before journeying deep into Patagonia where you'll walk with Magellanic penguins among other outdoor adventures.
This adventurous 11-day tour combines the highlights of Patagonia with breathtaking wildlife-spotting excursions. You'll see exotic marine mammals at Puerto Madryn, including right whales and sea lions. In Tierra del Fuego, you'll travel up the Beagle Channel to a working ranch before finishing the trip in El Calafate where you'll take a boat tour to Perito Moreno, the most famous glacier in the region.region.
Venture into the wild over 11 days of pure Patagonian adventure. It begins with fun in one of the most incredible cities in the world, Buenos Aires, and from there you'll fly to the far south for nature excursions in Tierra del Fuego. After heading back north you'll take boat tours to massive glaciers and even make a trip to a Patagonian ranch that dates back over a century.
This itinerary is ideal for those who want to discover the wonders of Buenos Aires and Patagonia. Begin in the cosmopolitan capital for city tours, after which you'll head south to Puerto Madryn, famous for its diverse ecosystem featuring exotic marine mammals. Here, you'll enjoy whale watching and walking with penguins before heading back to Buenos Aires where you'll learn all about gaucho (cowboy) culture on an Argentine estancia
This itinerary in Argentine Patagonia is for adventurers with a passion for the rugged outdoors. In 11 days you'll not only visit Los Glaciers National Park, but you'll venture to the furthest reaches of the continent for excursions in Tierra del Fuego. Add in some wildlife spotting in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Península Valdés, and you have all the makings of a trip of a lifetime.
From the multicolored gorges of Cafayate to the salt flats of Jujuy, northern Argentina is one of the country's major highlights. It's an off-the-beaten-path region where intrepid travelers can explore til their heart's content. Over 11 days you'll do just that as you visit throwback villages and natural wonders while taking in some gaucho culture and enjoying superb local wines.
Get ready for 11 days of adventure in Argentina. Upon arrival in Buenos Aires, you'll dive into the culture with a tango dinner show, a cooking class, and a day trip to a working cattle ranch for a traditional BBQ. Then you'll fly east to Mendoza, where you'll tour its famous vineyards, sample the popular Malbec wine, enjoy horseback rides in the foothills, and embark on mountain hikes.
This 11-day Argentina adventure begins in Buenos Aires with a tango lesson followed by a trip south to the famous Lake District for excursions into Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi. Then you'll travel north to Medoza and indulge your senses on a wine tour and cooking class. Finally, you'll head to the colonial city of Salta, your jumping-off point to explore the rugged gorges, salt flats, and painted deserts of Argentina's far north.
Get ready to experience the best of Patagonia on an 11-day journey to southern Argentina. You will get the best of both worlds, from the ancient glaciers of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field to the exotic marine wildlife on the Atlantic coast. This includes swimming with sea lions and visiting a colony of thousands of Magellanic penguins.
Patagonia is famous for its many glaciers. On this 11-day adventure, you'll not only get to see them up close but you'll actually be able to walk across them on a glacier hike. Beyond that, you'll hike up to glacial lakes around the iconic Mt. Fitz Roy plus enjoy some city fun in Argentina's sleepless capital of Buenos Aires.