There's no bad time to visit the natural spectacle of Iguazú Falls. But some times are better than others: temperatures are more comfortable for hiking in winter, crowds are moderate in spring, and fall brings sunny, dry weather. Meanwhile, summer is hot and sticky—and the falls draw huge crowds of vacationers. Find out more about when to go (and more importantly, what times of year to avoid) with this guide.
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January is the middle of summer in Argentina and Brazil. Temperatures soar into the high 90s and you’ll have to contend with crowds of visitors from all over the world, but it’s still a good time to see the falls—and their spray of water helps keep you cool on the hottest days. Find out what to expect and which activities to try in this monthly guide.
It's hot and humid at Iguazú Falls in February. Temperatures reach into the high 90s—it's a great time to take a boat ride on the Iguazú River and feel the cool spray of the falls—and crowds come to the national parks from all over the world, so you'll want to plan your trip well ahead of time. Find out more about weather, costs, and seasonal attractions in this monthly guide.
March is a great time to visit Iguazú: crowds have thinned out after the summertime rush, but the river level is high, making the waterfalls look especially dramatic. Whether you want to go on a boating adventure, spot exotic butterflies, or hike in the park after dark, learn more with this monthly guide on what to expect at this time of year.
Consider yourself lucky if you're visiting Iguazú in April. Thanks to comfortable fall weather with warm sunshine and blue skies, it's a perfect time to see one of the world's most impressive waterfall systems—just as long as you avoid visiting during busy Semana Santa (Holy Week), when Argentine and Brazilian tourists come in droves. Check out this monthly guide for more on what to expect at Iguazú in April.
May is a great time of year to visit Iguazú. The weather is relatively cool, you won't run into major crowds, you'll experience blue skies instead of rainy days, and the low level of the river makes it a good time of year for boat adventures and hiking alike. Find out more about what to expect at Iguazú in May with this monthly guide.
With clear skies and comfortable weather, June is an excellent time to visit Iguazú. Hike along the waterfalls' edge on a series of catwalks, raft on the river, or trek along quiet forest paths, spotting butterflies and capuchin monkeys in the wild: with relatively few crowds visiting, you'll enjoy peace and quiet in the parks. Learn more about what to expect with this monthly guide.
Plan wisely if you're considering visiting Iguazú in July: during the second half of the month, the region is packed with Brazilian and Argentine tourists on vacation. Luckily, the weather is generally sunny, dry, and comfortable throughout the month, whether you're battling crowds on the hiking trail or enjoying views of the cascades in relative peace. Read on for more about what to expect at Iguazú in July with this monthly guide.
August is a great time of year to visit Iguazú Falls: the weather is sunny and dry, crowds are minimal, and some hotels discount their rates. It's winter in the southern hemisphere, so days are short—but there's still plenty of time to hike, boat, and bird-watch in the jungle. Learn how to make the most of your time with this monthly guide to August at Iguazú.
September heralds the start of spring at Iguazú Falls. As the days get longer, temperatures warm up and the river level starts to rise as the dry season ends—it's a perfect time for hiking, boating, and bird-watching in the national parks, especially as there aren't too many crowds around. Find out more about what to expect with this monthly guide to Iguazú in September.
October is a good time for hiking, boating, and bird-watching at Iguazú National Park, just as long as you're prepared for precipitation. This is the rainiest month of the year in the region—then again, Iguazú is one of the largest waterfall systems in the world, so getting wet is par for the course (and part of the fun). Learn what to expect with this monthly guide to October at Iguazú Falls.
With pleasant weather and moderate crowds, November is a fine time to visit Iguazú Falls. True, you'll probably get wet—this is a fairly rainy time of the year in the region—but what else would you expect when visiting one of the largest waterfall systems in the world? Learn what to expect and what to do, plus top tips for boating and bird-watching, with this monthly guide to November at Iguazú.
December marks the start of summer at Iguazú Falls. The days get longer, the temperatures climb, and tourist crowds build as the month goes on: it's a great time of year to visit, just as long as you plan ahead. Learn more about what to expect, where to go, and what to do in the national parks with this monthly guide to December at Iguazú.
Iguazú National Park is the home of Argentina's greatest natural attraction: the spectacular series of cascades known as Iguazú Falls. Among the largest waterfall systems on the planet, they're a highlight of any visit to South America. Travelers can experience Iguazú many ways, from jungle trekking and bird-watching to photography and boating adventures on the river. Read on for more information and expert advice.
Iguazu Falls Itineraries
This trip takes you to one of the most incredible natural landmarks in South America: Iguazú Falls. The journey begins on the streets of Buenos Aires where you'll visit the city's historic landmarks and discover its rich tango culture. Next, head north to Iguazú, located on the borders of Brazil and Paraguay, where you'll admire the awe-inspiring beauty of the world's second-largest network of waterfalls.
Treat yourself to an in-depth exploration of two of Argentina's most iconic destinations, Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls. Begin your journey in Buenos Aires and take in the city's vibrant history and culture during a full-day walking tour. Next, head to Iguazú Falls National Park to see the jaw-dropping beauty of the largest waterfall system in the world. Since Iguazú lies on the border between Argentina and Brazil, you'll get to experience the falls from both countries. Top it all off with a trip back to Buenos Aires to enjoy a traditional dinner and tango performance.
This trip takes you through one of Argentinas most beautiful landscapes, Iguazu Falls. You’ll start your tour in Argentina’s cosmopolitan capital city of Buenos Aires where you'll have a chance to explore the city's vibrant streets. Next, head north to Iguazu Falls, located on the borders of Brazil and Paraguay. Spend some quality time admiring the beauty and power of the falls before returning to Buenos Aires.
This four-day getaway to Iguazú Falls takes you into the heart of one of Argentina’s most prized destinations. Then, you'll experience another side of the falls from Brazil, with expansive, panoramic views. Your short, yet incredible adventure ends with a free day to enjoy Buenos Aires.
On this five-day trip, you’ll experience both the city life and the natural landscape of Argentina. Your vacation begins in the capital city of Buenos Aires to tour the local sites and burgeoning neighborhoods. Then, you’ll venture to Iguazú Falls—the largest waterfall system in the world—where you’ll enjoy views from both Argentina and Brazil. Finally, you’ll head back to Buenos Aires for a farewell night of local food and wine and a tango show.
Take in the beauty and complexity of Argentine culture and natural landscapes on this 8-day journey. First, learn all about the history and people of Buenos Aires, also known as porteños on a full-day walking tour. Next, head just outside of the city to experience the culture of the gauchos, the traditional counterpoint to the modern porteños. Then, travel north to the iconic Iguazu Falls, the largest waterfall system in the world. Top it all off with a trip back to Buenos Aires to enjoy a traditional dinner and tango performance.
In just under two weeks, this trip of a lifetime takes you on a journey from South America's Pacific to Atlantic coasts. Start in Chile, where you'll tour cosmopolitan Santiago and stroll through colorful seaside resorts. Then it's off to Argentina, to discover the vibrant neighborhoods and tango shows of Buenos Aires. Hike along the rushing waters of Iguazú Falls, then end your trip in Brazil—relaxing on the famous beaches of Rio de Janeiro.
Explore two of South America's most iconic cities on this 10-day jaunt through Argentina and Brazil. Tour the vibrant neighborhoods and elegant avenues of Buenos Aires, then fly north to hike along the breathtaking waterfalls of Iguazú. Your adventure ends in Rio de Janeiro, where you'll take a cable car up Sugarloaf Mountain and soak up the sun on the city's famed beaches.
This diverse 9-day tour combines top destinations in Argentina for a trip that won't disappoint. Start by experiencing the cosmopolitan bustle of Buenos Aires before you fly south to El Calafate for a number of spectacular glaciers, which you'll see by land and boat. Then, fly north to the Brazilian border (and warmer weather) to explore Iguazú Falls—the largest waterfall system in the world.
This exciting 9-day itinerary fuses Argentina’s cosmopolitan capital with the Iguazú Falls. Kick off in Buenos Aires where you'll explore neoclassical architecture, buzzing neighborhoods, and urban escapes by foot, boat, and bicycle. Next, fly north to the Brazilian border to experience hundreds of waterfalls in both countries. Circle back to the big city for a tango performance to complete the adventure.
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.
Over seven days, you will discover some of the most spectacular natural wonders in Argentina, watch Tango dancers perform in Buenos Aires, and go wine-tasting at the foot of the Andes Mountains. You'll have one day to explore the vibrant city of Buenos Aires before traveling to the famous wine region, Mendoza, where you'll taste an array of different wines in the most spectacular settings during a Luján de Cuyo wine experience. You'll then travel high into the Andes and discover unforgettable viewpoints, towns, and a hike to Quebrada del Durazno before heading to Puerto Iguazú where you'll visit the famous Iguazú Falls from both the Argentina side and the Brazil side.
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.
Seven days is just enough time to experience three of Argentina's most famous regions. You'll arrive in Buenos Aires and feel its energy on a city tour of famous sights like the Presidential Palace before sitting down for an unforgettable dinner and tango show. You'll then fly to Argentina's premier wine region, Mendoza, for a tasting followed by a journey north to Iguazú Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world.
On this weeklong vacation you'll experience the best of Argentina. It starts in the grandest city in the nation, Buenos Aires, where you'll discover its charms on a self-guided tour. Then you'll fly south to the Lake District and the alpine town of Bariloche before jetting to the far north and one of the largest waterfall systems in the world, Iguazú Falls.
Discover northern Argentina over seven exciting days. After touring Buenos Aires, you’ll head north to Puerto Iguazú and visit the largest waterfall system in the Americas. You'll then venture west to the historic city of Salta, which is known for colonial architecture and folkloric music, and take day-trips to vast gorges, expansive salt flats, and wineries nestled at the foot of the Andes.
Enjoy high adventure over 13 fun-filled days in Argentina. You'll discover nearly the entire country, starting with a tango show in Buenos Aires followed by a riverboat cruise up the Río de la Plata. Then you'll visit Argentina's southern Lake District for catamaran tours, followed by a full-day wine tour in Mendoza, and finally a stop at Iguazú, where you'll marvel at its famous waterfalls.
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 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.
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 thrilling 11-day itinerary around Argentina introduces you to key attractions, like colorful Buenos Aires and the spectacular Iguazú National Park. It also takes you to lesser-visited destinations, including a traditional ranch in the countryside, where you'll ride horses and savor a classic Argentinian barbecue, and the bird watching paradise of the Esteros de Iberá. Learn about tango culture at a club in the capital city, kayak through pristine wetlands, feel the spray of the majestic Iguazú Falls, and so much more as you discover the gorgeous landscapes and fascinating history of Argentina.
One of the least explored—yet most rewarding—areas of the country, this 8-day itinerary covers the highlights of Northern Argentina. After a day in the capital, you’ll visit hundreds of waterfalls on the Brazilian border teeming with unique flora and fauna, explore a colonial city known for architecture, and take day-trips to epic gorges, salt flats, and wineries at the foot of the Andes.
Explore the streets of Buenos Aires and take in a tango show before heading off to the vineyards of Mendoza for wine tasting and cooking classes. Finish off at the breathtaking Iguazú Falls with this relaxing itinerary that gives you a chance to see three very different parts of Argentina at a leisurely pace.
This thirteen-day itinerary focuses on discovering the stunning landscapes of northern Argentina. Start off with a few days in Buenos Aires and visit a tango show in San Telmo, the heart of Buenos Aires' tango scene. Then, head to Salta to see the rugged rock formations of the Quebrada de las Conchas and visit several small charming villages. Then it's time to travel to Iguazú Falls, the largest waterfall complex in the world. Finally, end your trip on a relaxing note by spending a couple of days on an ecolodge in the Iberá Wetlands.
In eight days you can criss-cross Argentina, visiting its metropolitan capital, the wine region of Mendoza, and the northern border with Paraguaya and Brazil. In Buenos Aires, you'll enjoy city tours and a live tango show before jetting to Mendoza to sample the region's famous Malbec wine. Finally, you'll end up in the far north, where a tour of one of the world's great natural wonders—Iguazú Falls—awaits.
This eight-day itinerary covers three highlight regions of Argentina. Kicking off in Buenos Aires, you'll venture south to Bariloche for kayaking and hiking around Lake Nahuel Huapi. Next, you'll visit the wine capital of the country—the eastern region of Mendoza—for tastings and tours. The adventure culminates with a trip to the far north and a visit to Iguazú Falls, the second largest falls in the world.
In just iover a week you can experience two major highlights of Argentina: Patagonia and Iguazú Falls. After enjoying a night in Buenos Aires, you'll fly to El Calafate and enjoy a luxury boat tour to the iconic Perito Moreno Glacier. Then you'll fly north to Iguazú to hike around both the Brazilian and Argentine sides of these massive waterfalls.
In eight days you can enjoy a culturally immersive trip to Argentina that covers the highlights. It begins in Argentina's capital where you'll go sightseeing on a self-guided tour. Then it's off to Bariloche for kayak trips and hikes around Lake Nahuel Huapi before jetting north to see the awe-inspiring natural spectacle that is Iguazú Falls.
Get ready for a 12-day adventure in three incredible regions of Argentina. The journey starts in the capital with meals at great restaurants, a live tango show, a riverboat trip, and a country BBQ at a working cattle ranch. Then you’ll fly to Bariloche for a kayak trip on Lake Nahuel Huapi and nature excursions followed by a trip to the far north to Iguazú Falls, one of the world’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders.
This exciting 13-day itinerary highlights some of Argentina's most impressive natural wonders. Kicking off in Buenos Aires, you'll venture to Patagonia where you’ll get close to massive glaciers and partake in a range of outdoor activities in the southernmost city in the world. Finish in the far north—at the Brazilian border—to explore hundreds of waterfalls in both countries for a real taste of adventure.
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.
Discover Argentina's virtues on a nine-day vacation that mixes city tours with wine tastings and excursions to natural wonders. It begins in Buenos Aires where you'll witness a live tango show, and it continues in Mendoza with wine tours of this famous viticulture region. Finally, you'll travel north to Iguazú Falls where you'll appreciate this awe-inspiring wonder from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides.
Discover one of the most beautiful areas of Argentina: the Salta region. After a self-guided tour of Buenos Aires you'll fly to the far north and hike along the edge of one of the largest waterfall systems in the world, Iguazú Falls. Then you'll travel east to the colonial city of Salta where you'll explore nearby salt flats and enjoy a wine tour of the Calchaquí Valley, one of Argentina's most productive viticulture regions.
In just nine days you can experience the highlights of the most beautiful regions of Argentina. After a kick-off tour of Buenos Aires, you'll fly to Patagonia and embark on nature hikes and kayak trips around Bariloche. Then you'll jet to Mendoza for wine tours before finishing the trip even further north in the jungles near the Brazilian border and the great natural wonder that is Iguazú Falls
Spend 13 days discovering the natural wonders of northern Argentina, from mammoth Iguazú Falls to the painted mountains of the Quebrada de Humahuaca. First, though, you'll enjoy a tango show in Buenos Aires plus a day trip to a working cowboy ranch. Then you'll head north to visit the thundering falls at Iguazú, and afterward you'll tour the salt flats and gorges around the colonial city of Salta.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
On this 15-day Andean adventure, experience the most prominent sites and cities in Argentina and Peru. The trip starts in Buenos Aires before heading to the iconic Iguazú Falls—which you’ll experience from both Argentina and Brazil. Then, you’ll explore the mountain towns of Salta and Tilcara. The last leg of the trip lands in Lima, the capital city of Peru, then ventures to Cusco and Aguas Calientes, where you’ll end with a visit to the famed Machu Picchu.
Come to Argentina and over 15 days explore its ruggedly beautiful Patagonia region and northern Iguazú Falls. In Patagonia, you'll embark on whale-watching and penguin-spotting excursions plus hike over the surface of a massive glacier. Then, after spending some time in the Lake District, you'll fly to the Brazilian border and experience the majesty of the world's second-largest waterfalls.
Experience Argentina's top highlights during this all-encompassing 16-day itinerary. Begin your adventure in the capital city of Buenos Aires, then head south to the untamed wilds of Patagonia. At the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, you will visit remote ranches and walk on glaciers. On wildlife excursions, you'll spot southern right whales, orcas, and Magellanic penguins while traveling the same waterways as Charles Darwin. Then it's off to the largest waterfall system in the world—Iguazú Falls—before returning to Buenos Aires and ending your journey with an epic tango show.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Argentina is an ecologically diverse natural playground that boasts some of the most incredible natural wonders in the world. You'll experience a few of them on a 17-day adventure that begins in Patagonia with an ice hike of the Perito Moreno Glacier. You'll then get up close and personal with marine life like whales and penguins before jetting to northern Argentina where you'll experience the majesty that is Iguazú Falls.
Experience the sophistication of Buenos Aires, the mesmerizing force of the Iguazu Falls and the spectacular glaciers of El Calafate in a single trip. This 12-day itinerary travels to Argentina's historic capital and then across Patagonia, seamlessly blending urban bustle, outdoor adventure, and small-town charm.
This exciting 12-day itinerary combines the best culture and scenery in Argentina and Brazil for a real South American adventure. After a taste of Buenos Aires with a tour and tango performance, you'll fly south to Patagonia to experience massive glaciers. Then, fly to the Brazilian border to hike around hundreds of waterfalls before finishing in Rio de Janeiro for its iconic views and nearby tropical islands.
Perfect for adventurers hoping to explore Patagonia, one of the last unspoiled regions of the world. You'll discover its splendor over 12 days, beginning in El Calafate with tours of the El Perito Glacier and hikes around the iconic Mt. Fitz Roy. You'll travel further south and visit penguin colonies in Tierra del Fuego and cruise the famous Beagle Channel before heading north to visit an altogether different—yet no less impressive—natural wonder: Iguazú Falls.
In 12 days you'll get to enjoy many of the cultural activities that define Argentina. This includes seeing a live tango show in Buenos Aires plus embarking on a tasting tour of its most famous wine region, Mendoza. You'll round out the itinerary with some horseback riding, mountain hikes, and a trip to what might be the most beautiful waterfall in the world: Iguazú Falls.
Get ready for a 12-day adventure that will take you to all corners of Argentina. The journey begins in Buenos Aires where you'll dine at a great steakhouse and enjoy a live tango show. Then you'll fly to the north and Iguazú Falls followed by the west and wine tours in Mendoza before ending the trip in Argentina's gorgeous Lake District, where you'll embark on nature hikes and catamaran trips along Lake Nahuel Huapi.
This diverse 12-day tour combines top destinations in Argentina for a trip that won't disappoint. Start by experiencing the cosmopolitan bustle of Buenos Aires before you fly south to El Calafate to visit spectacular glaciers on foot and by boat. Then, fly north to the Brazilian border (and warmer weather) to explore Iguazú Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world.
The desert landscapes of northern Argentina are some of the most beautiful in South America. Before visiting them, however, you'll begin this 12-day adventure with city tours of Buenos Aires plus excursions to a river town and working cattle ranch. Then you'll fly to Iguazú Falls followed by Salta, and from this historic colonial city you'll travel to immense salt flats, painted mountains, and a desert winery.
This escape to Argentina packs the best excursions over 12 days in four beautiful regions. You'll arrive in the capital of Buenos Aires and not only tour this "Paris of the south," but you'll also venture up the Río de la Plata on a riverboat tour. Then you'll fly to Bariloche for nature hikes followed by wine tastings in Mendoza, plus take a trip to the largest waterfalls in the Americas, Iguazú.
Buckle up for 18 days of unforgettable excursions from the far south of Argentina to the far north. The adventure begins in Patagonia with whale watching, a glacier hike, and even a trip to Tierra del Fuego for nature hikes and a visit to an island home to vast penguin colonies. Then you'll fly to the north and Iguazú to marvel at the awe-inspiring waterfalls that are the largest in the Americas.
This adventurous 13-day itinerary combines Argentina's most spectacular scenery in the far north and south. After getting to know Buenos Aires with a local guide, you’ll head to the Brazilian border to hike around hundreds of waterfalls. Then, fly to Patagonia where you'll get up close to glaciers and partake in a range of outdoor activities. Finish back in the capital for a tango dance and hands-on culinary experience.
This scenic tour through Argentina takes you on an adventurous journey through three different towns. Get a feel for Patagonian life in Bariloche, where you will explore the breathtaking lakes and rainforests. In Mendoza, take a day trip to the wine region, with several tastings. Your grand finale unfolds in the iconic Iguazú Falls, where you can experience the natural wonder of the cascades on elevated catwalks.
Perfect for travelers looking to experience more of Patagonia and see Argentina's natural wonders, this thirteen-day itinerary includes a visit to the famed Perito Moreno glacier and stops in Ushuaia—the southernmost city in the world—to see penguins and trek in Tierra del Fuego National Park. You'll hike through the rugged mountain scenery around Mount Fitz Roy, learn to dance the tango and experience the crashing immensity of Iguazú Falls, all in one trip.
This unforgettable 19-day adventure mixes extreme outdoor activities in Argentina with nature tours and wildlife excursions. The journey begins with your arrival in Patagonia, where you'll embark on a hike across the surface of a glacier plus have the opportunity to go whale watching and visit islands home to thousands of Magellanic penguins. You'll cap the journey with a visit to one more natural wonder in the form of the thundering Iguazú Falls.
Active Adventure in Argentina: Bueno Aires, El Calafate, El Chalten, Ushuaia, & Puerto Iguazu - 13 Days
Perfect for seasoned hikers and outdoorsy types, this 13-day itinerary will take you through some of the most exciting natural sites in Patagonia. After a day of strolling through the romantic streets of Buenos Aires, get close to glaciers in Los Glaciares National Park, take a self-guided hike up Mt. Fitz Roy, go canoeing in Tierra del Fuego National Park, and trek around Iguazú Falls.
If you want to experience the best outdoor excursions and cultural activities in Argentina, look no further than this 13-day itinerary. It includes a tango show in Buenos Aires, BBQ cooking class in Mendoza, and a visit to a countryside cowboy ranch. Beyond that, you'll tour the mammoth waterfalls at Iguazú, go on a wine tour, and embark on nature excursions and lake cruises in Patagonia.
In Argentina, you can mix exciting outdoor excursions with fun cultural activities. On this 13-day adventure, you'll discover Buenos Aires on city tours, hike through the Andes, and sample the wines of Mendoza. As a bonus, you'll travel north to the border with Brazil and stroll to the edge of the largest waterfall in the Americas, Iguazú.
Experience Argentina's highlights on this 20-day itinerary. The adventure begins in Buenos Aires, from which you'll head south to the untamed wilds of Patagonia. You'll visit remote ranches and walk on glaciers, spot southern right whales and Magellanic penguins, travel the same waterways as Charles Darwin, and cap the journey with a visit to one of the largest waterfall systems in the world, Iguazú Falls.
This adventure wraps some of the most famous excursions in South America into one wildly romantic package. You'll begin in Argentina's wine region. Here you'll visit the vineyards and sample world-class wines. Next, head to Salta to tour the rugged countryside, and see a number of natural wonders, including the painted hills of the Quebrada de Humahuaca. Then it's off to the east of the country and Iguazú Falls, the largest network of waterfalls in the world. Afterward, you'll travel north into Brazil, where you'll enjoy a romantic, relaxing time exploring the beaches, music, and cuisine of Rio de Janeiro, Angra dos Reis, and Paraty.
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.
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.
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.
On this 15-day excursion into Argentina's Patagonia region, you'll see ancient glaciers, vast lakes, and mountains. The adventure kicks off with hikes and boat rides in two highlights of the region—the Perito Moreno Glacier and El Chalten and its adjacent Mt. Fitz Roy. You'll continue south to Tierra del Fuego for a cruise along the Beagle Channel followed by a jaunt to the far north to see the massive cascades at Iguazú Falls.
This exciting itinerary highlights some of Argentina's most impressive natural wonders. After kicking things off in Buenos Aires, you'll venture to Patagonia to explore massive glaciers, hike near the iconic Mt. Fitz Roy, and partake in a range of outdoor activities in Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. Finish in the far north, at the Brazilian border, where you'll explore the largest network of waterfalls in the Americas, Iguazú Falls.
This itinerary is ideal for travelers interested in getting the full Buenos Aires experience and seeing some of Argentina's unique highlights. The tour begins in the cosmopolitan capital and heads south to Puerto Madryn, a seaside community famous for its diverse coastal ecosystem. You'll even have the chance to go whale watching and snorkeling with sea lions. Finally, finish off with a couple of days at Iguazú Falls, before returning to Buenos Aires to spend a day learning about gaucho (cowboy) culture on an estancia (ranch).
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.