This adventurous two-week trip combines the best destinations Argentina has to offer with a range of outdoor activities and wildlife. On the itinerary are two cities (Buenos Aires and Ushuaia), a UNESCO-listed peninsula, and two national parks known for glaciers and hiking trails. There's also whale watching, snorkeling with sea lions, and a visit to South America's largest Magellanic Penguin colony for the ultimate photo ops.
Argentina 2-Week Tours & Itineraries
Two weeks is the prototypical vacation length, and you’ll need every day of it if you want to explore a country as sizeable as Argentina. You could embark on a combo tour that mixes wine tasting in Mendoza with hiking around the southern Lake District city of Bariloche. Maybe plan a road trip to the northern deserts as you wind your way around the Quebrada de Humahuaca mountains from Tilcara to Salta. Or if you want to see all of the country, simply bounce around the map as you experience Argentina’s many highlights, including whale watching near Península Valdés and trekking the furthest reaches of Tierra del Fuego, in Patagonia.
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This exciting two-week trip includes the best natural attractions in Argentina's north and south. The first half takes place in Patagonia where you'll experience spectacular glaciers and lakes near El Calafate and Bariloche, respectively. The latter half takes place in the colonial city of Salta—your starting point for a self-guided road trip through rugged gorges, giant salt flats, and colorful deserts in the country's far north.
Northern Argentina is among the least explored, yet most rewarding areas of the country to visit. Sitting at the foot of the Andes, you'll get your fill of spectacular scenery including snow-capped volcanoes, green vineyards, giant salt flats, colorful rock formations, and countless charming villages with colonial architecture. This two-week itinerary takes you deep into the region's most iconic and dramatic sights—with year-round pleasant weather—for a real road-trip adventure.
Immerse yourself in Argentina's rich city and country life. Begin by exploring the culture and culinary arts of Buenos Aires. Next, head to the Lake District, where you'll embark on nature excursions in the wild and beautiful Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi. Then, venture to Medoza, and indulge your senses while enjoying wine and vineyard tours. Finally, visit the stunning landscapes surrounding Salta, including rugged gorges, salt flats, and painted deserts. Top it all off with a visit to San Antonio de Areco, a traditional cowboy town where you'll stay on a working estancia.
This two-week itinerary explores the best sites in Northern Argentina combining outdoor activities, cultural excursions, and stunning views. Starting in Buenos Aires, you'll fly to Medoza to spend time in the famous Malbec vineyards. Next is the colonial city of Salta—jumping off point for rugged gorges, giant salt flats, and colorful deserts. Finish in the far north for immense waterfalls on both sides of the Brazilian border.
This two-week escape to Argentina includes visits to a number of regions so you can get the most out of the culture. You'll also enjoy some incredible activities, including a hike on the surface of a glacier in Patagonia as well as a visit to a penguin colony in Tierra del Fuego. On top of all this, you'll travel to Argentina's wine region of Mendoza where you'll discover its famous Malbec varietal on a tasting tour.
Travel from Buenos Aires to Iguazú Falls with this itinerary filled with Argentina's natural wonders. Start in the cosmopolitan capital with dinner and dancing before traveling south to Patagonia. You'll explore glaciers, hike with views of Mt. Fitz Roy, and finish in the far north—at the Brazilian border—to explore hundreds of waterfalls for a real taste of adventure.
Deluxe Active Patagonia: Buenos Aires, Tiera del Fuego, El Calafate, El Chalten & the Andes Trail - 14 Days
Gear up for an epic trip in Patagonia! Spend some time in Buenos Aires, then travel south to Tiera del Fuego; you'll discover the best of Patagonia as you trek across a glacier, march with penguins, hike incredible mountains, spot wildlife, and enjoy the best of Argentina's National Parks, cuisine, and culture.
If you prefer active adventures to indoor amenities, this two-week Argentina expedition is for you. You'll enjoy many activities, starting with city tours of Buenos Aires followed by a trip to Patagonia for nature hikes and catamaran lake tours. Then it's back north to Mendoza wine country where you'll sample the famous Malbec, then a trip to mammoth Iguazú Falls, which is so big it straddles both Argentina and Brazil.
The highlights of Argentina are unrivaled anywhere in the world. On this two-week tour, you'll experience the sophistication of Buenos Aires, the mesmerizing force of Iguazú Falls, the glaciers of El Calafate, and more. It's the perfect balance between metropolitan fun and Patagonian adventure that's ideal for any type of traveler.
This amazing two-week trip combines some of the most spectacular scenery that Argentine Patagonia has to offer. After enjoying a city tour and riverboat cruise in Buenos Aires, you'll head to El Calafate, the jumping-off point for Los Glaciares National Park, where you'll get up close to several glaciers. Finish the adventure in Bariloche where you can explore the region's lakes, forests, and mountains.
Discover the major highlights of Argentina's Patagonia and Lake District on this 14-day itinerary. This is an active adventure, perfect for those passionate hikers and excursionists who can't get enough of the great outdoors. Start your trip in the heart of Patagonia where you'll see the Perito Moreno glacier, travel to El Chaltén to enjoy day hikes and stunning vistas featuring the iconic Mount Fitz Roy, and enjoy lake views and kayaking around Bariloche.
Spend two weeks discovering Argentina's cities, vineyards, and unspoiled wilderness. You'll arrive in Buenos Aires for a tango show and day trips to the country before traveling north to Iguazú, home of the second-largest waterfalls in the world. After wine tastings in western Argentina, you'll head south to Patagonia and the town of Bariloche, from which you'll embark on nature excursions around Lake Nahuel Huapi.
Northern Argentina is filled with beautiful desert landscapes and historic colonial cities. Over 14 adventure-filled days, you'll discover this region's myriad charms when you arrive in Salta from Buenos Aires. You'll then hit the road and explore, from the giant salt flats of the Salinas Grades to ancient archeological settlements to the wine region around Cafayate.
This two-week road trip leads adventurous travelers down the Atlantic coast of Argentine Patagonia. Along the journey, you'll see whales, penguins, desolate beaches, sheep ranches, petrified trees, and more! After a night in the capital city of Buenos Aires, jet down to Puerto Madryn — offering access to Peninsula Valdés, the top whale-watching destination in the country — and pick up your rental car to start the journey. From there, the itinerary heads south to Puerto Deseado, Petrified Forest National Park, Puerto San Julián. With stops along the way at historic sites and natural attractions, like the natural harbor where Magellan landed with his ships in the 16th century, the trip ends up at the luxurious Bahia Bustamante Lodge, where you'll have free time to explore the rugged coastline and expansive landscapes before heading back to civilization.
Turn the ordinary two-week vacation into something extraordinary on this Argentine adventure. You'll enjoy excursions in two of this nation's most beautiful regions, starting with Patagonia and a hike over the surface of the Perito Moreno Glacier. Afterward, you'll head to the far north and tour both the Brazilian and Argentine sides of the biggest waterfalls in the Americas, Iguazú.
Come to Argentina and over 14 days discover not only the nation's cities but its mountains, vineyards, and jungle waterfalls as well. Naturally, this holiday kicks off in the capital of Buenos Aires with a live tango show and city tours. You'll then travel east to Mendoza for wine tastings and horseback rides followed by a trip to the far north and Iguazú Falls.
Argentina Patagonia has it all, including virgin forests, rugged mountains, beautiful coastline, lakes, rivers, and an abundance of exotic wildlife. You'll experience it all on a two-week trip that will take you from the glaciers of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field to the vast wilderness of Tierra del Fuego. You'll even visit Puerto Madryn, a haven for marine wildlife ranging from penguins to killer whales.
Begin this two-week Argentine adventure in Buenos Aires for city tours and tango shows. Next, fly to the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, where you'll visit a penguin colony travel up the famed Beagle Channel. After excursions in Tierra del Fuego, finish the adventure in El Calafate to see the iconic Perito Moreno Glacier and the breathtaking scenery of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field.
With two weeks you can tour the beautiful desert landscapes of Argentina's north plus spend a few days enjoying Buenos Aires, too. In the capital, you'll get to know the culture by witnessing a live tango performance, dining in a local steakhouse, and enjoying a traditional BBQ at a working ranch. You'll then travel to Iguazú Fall before finishing in Salta with wine tours of Cafayate and excursions to salt flats.
This active two-week adventure includes some of the best activities in Patagonia. It's one part ski holiday and one part nature excursion that begins with city tours of Buenos Aires. Afterward, you'll travel to Bariloche for a few days of skiing before ending up in Tierra del Fuego for treks to glaciers, hikes in national parks, and trips up the Beagle Channel to visit a penguin colony.
While many itineraries through the vast country of Argentina focus on highlights of the north or south, this exciting 14-day adventure takes you to both! You'll start with sightseeing in the capital city of Buenos Aires, then catch a flight to Puerto Iguazú for a full day of hiking around the magnificent Iguazú Falls. Transfer to the famous wine region of Mendoza next, where you'll tour wineries and take a cooking class. Spend a few days exploring the indigenous history and otherworldly landscapes around Salta and Jujuy before heading south to Patagonia for glacier treks and unforgettable mountain hikes around El Calafate and El Chaltén.
Escape to one of the most beautiful regions in the world, Patagonia! This 14-day journey begins in Buenos Aires, then quickly moves along to El Calafate, the gateway to Los Glaciares National Park. After marveling at the Perito Moreno glacier, you'll take the scenic route to El Chaltén for a full day of self-guided hiking. Cross the border to Chile to access the windswept Torres Del Paine National Park. You'll spend four days hiking the famous W trek before circling back to Argentina, where you'll spend the end of the trip exploring the mythical Tierra del Fuego and Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world.
Boat past glaciers, tour vineyards with views of the Andes, and hike in South America's best national park on this 14-day adventure through Argentina and Chile. You'll start with a couple of days in Buenos Aires before you take off to discover two incredibly beautiful regions of Argentina — the famed wine country of Mendoza and El Calafate, the gateway to the spectacular Los Glaciares National Park. Then cross the border to Chile to discover the ruggedly beautiful Torres del Paine National Park, where you'll embark on one of the most rewarding mountain treks in the world, the W circuit.