Our Northern Argentina itinerary is the perfect way to discover some of Argentina’s most dramatic sights and scenery in a 14 day holiday.
You will start in the tango filled streets of Buenos Aires before heading the see the almighty Iguazu Falls. After this you will head to one of Latin Routes favourite areas of Argentina, Salta & the Northwest. The Andes Mountains create some superb and dramatic scenery in this area but unlike Patagonia you will see red rock, almost desert like scenery here with cactuses and the odd huge salt water lagoon for good measure. It is almost like a scene from another planet! After your adventure in the Northwest, you will head for a final 3 nights in the warm vineyards of Mendoza.
Any element of this holiday can be tailormade to your requirements, including the places you want to see and the things that are important to you. Just contact one of our Travel Specialists today.
Fly overnight from the UK to Buenos Aires where you will spend 2 nights in the home of the tango, at a centrally located hotel.
Enjoy a fascinating Half Day City Tour on your first morning and learn about the fascinating history of Argentina which has shaped what the country has become today. You will also discover great places to see with the rest of your time.
With the rest of your time in the city you could discover one of the cities many art galleries or museums. Alternatively, if your stay falls over a Sunday, you could visit the famous San Telmo Sunday Market which is home to a huge range of local artisan stalls, live music, tango and a buzzing atmosphere.
Fly from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu where you will spend 2 nights discovering the almighty Iguazu Falls
Enjoy a half day tour to the Argentinian side of the Iguazu Falls to discover one of the world’s most beautiful waterfalls. With the rest of your time you can explore the national parks or try one of the numerous adventure activities on offer.
Fly from Puerto Iguazu to Salta where you will find the surrounding scenery dominated by the dramatic red rock Andes Mountains. You will spend 3 nights in Salta at a centrally located hotel.
Spend you first day exploring the city. There are some beautiful historic buildings to discover in the centre as well as the fascinating Archaeological Museum where you can learn all about the cultures that used to inhabit the area.
On your second day you will head out from the city on a full day tour to Cafayate. The drive to Cafayate through the red rock mountains is stunning and make sure you keep your camera handy! Cafayate is a wine producing area of Argentina, famous for producing the white Torrontes wine and you will see a number of vineyards as you get near to the town. You will spend a few hours in the town including time for lunch (not included) before heading back to Salta.
Today you will fly to Mendoza to discover the home of Argentina’s world famous wine production for 3 nights.
Enjoy a half day wine tour where you will visit two or three Bodegas / Vineyards surrounding the city. Whilst at each of the venues a local guide will take you around and explain all about how they harvest the grapes and produce the wine at their location.
Today you will fly back to Buenos Aires to where your Argentine Holiday started.
You could spend your last night stocking up on some last minute souvenirs, or perhaps go to see a tango show?
You will head to Buenos Aires Airport for your overnight flight back to the UK
|Tours & Transfers||From Price|
2 - 3 Star
|Mix of Private & Shared||£2499 per person|
3 - 4 Star
|Mix of Private & Shared||£2899 per person|
4 - 5 Star
|All Private||£3679 per person|
The price is based on twin / double share and based on the lowest season of travel. Please contact a Latin Routes Travel Specialist or submit an enquiry to have this holiday accurately costed for you.
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