A holiday to Argentina is a holiday for the senses. It has an incredibly diverse natural beauty, and there are few places on earth in one country where you can find rainforests, waterfalls, mountain ranges, plains and glaciers.
Some may prefer to see some of Argentina’s beauty by boat, with cruises around the cape becoming ever more popular. Even more so are those which also go to the Antarctic and Falkland Islands, where Argentina becomes the entry point to some of the most inaccessible places on earth. Of course, there is an abundance of wildlife – so its a great place to find whales and sea lines, along with birdwatching, fishing and seeing Penguins.
Argentina is also known for food, and specifically steak – they really do like a good grill. They also make some fabulous ‘new-world’ wines, this really should be on the list of anyone who likes good food and drink!
BEST TIME TO VISIT
To enjoy the whole country, its best to visit in our winter (their summer), especially if you want to travel on a cruise and visit Patagonia.
Flight time is around 14 hours (shorter if it were direct).
Those looking for some great photo opportunities with some of the most stunning landscapes on earth.
HOW TO GET THERE
British Airways currently fly to Buenos Aires via Brazil, and there are indirect flights available through Spain or France at reasonable rates.
Spanish, although some other dialects and languages are spoken – including Welsh!
IDEAL TO COMBINE WITH
Excellent as a starting point to explore the wider region, including a cruise to the Antarctic and Falkland Islands.
OUR FAVOURITE ARGENTINE DESTINATIONS
We would be delighted to talk about your holiday arrangements over the phone. You can contact us between 8am and 10pm every day (outside of office hours may not be immediate).
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Our office is open 9:30am to 5pm Monday to Saturday (excluding Bank Holidays). If you wish to make an appointment, please either call or send a message, although it’s not compulsory.