Destination where tradition is maintained in history.
It presents a vast territory that extends from north to south, which allows it to have a diversity of landscapes, climates, tourist and cultural attractions, which is why in 2007 the World Tourism Organization highlighted it as the most visited country in South America.
Thanks to an interesting mix of different cultural influences, various cosmopolitan cities have been built that will allow you to live very diverse experiences depending on the region you are in.
Whatever the objective or expectation of your trip, Argentina will adapt to what you are looking for.
You will visit one of the most important monuments in South America, the Obelisk of Buenos Aires, 67 meters high and more than 80 years of construction is one of the icons of the Buenos Aires city.
They will go through the main avenues such as Av. De Mayo, Av. Corrientes and the widest in the world, Av. 9 de Julio.
They will walk through the main neighborhoods, finding the famous Recoleta cemetery located in the neighborhood of the same name, a place of great cultural spaces, museums and historical monuments. They will also have the opportunity to walk through Palermo, one of the largest neighborhoods with a diversity of spaces.
Touring its main squares and admiring its architecture is inevitable as well as knowing the Casa Rosada cedes the executive branch.
The tour will continue to La Boca, the most picturesque neighborhood in the capital. With colorful houses and its main street "caminito", as well as the football stadium of the Club Atlético Boca Jr, they will transform it into the most acclaimed by tourists where history, tradition and culture come together.
Diversity of spaces await you in a single walk.
They will take a tour of the Tierra del Fuego National Park where adventure, hiking, train rides and vans are mixed.
In an area rich in flora and fauna, you will visit rivers, lakes, lagoons and mountains such as Mount Susana, Ensenada Bay and the Castores Dam, among others, with a guide. for You will have the possibility of enjoying a ride on the End of the World Train which travels through places that were used by the inmates of the Ushuaia National Penitentiary with exceptional landscapes to take magical photographs.
The tour ends at Lapataia Bay, where the famous Pan-American route begins that runs to Buenos Aires, the Argentine capital.
Adventure and history united in the same city.
Leaving from Puerto Madryn, you will discover a beautiful landscape full of animals in their natural habitat. They will arrive at Peninsula Valdés, a place declared World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, finding a variety of marine wildlife characteristic of the Patagonian Atlantic coast (whales, sea lions, sea elephants) and they will be able not only to observe how they live but also to portray them with unique landscape your surrounding.
A walk to meet marine life in its greatest splendor.
Just two and a half hours from the cruise ship dock in Puerto Madyn you can enjoy Punta Tombo, one of the most important conservation areas in Argentina, where countless Magellanic penguins arrive each year for their reproduction.
In addition to being a few meters from these species, observing their behavior and photographing them will be able to delight in the shows of other birds that are in the territory such as seagulls.
They will live an intimate experience with incredible animals.