Buenos Aires City - 2 days
One of the most attractive cities in Latin America, Buenos Aires boasts Parisian-style tree-lined avenues, quaint cafes, and breathtaking architecture, as well as the brightly-colored La Boca neighborhood, bohemian San Telmo--home to the best tango shows in town--the upscale Recoleta area with its well-known historical cemetery, and the lively and trendy Palermo barrio.
Iguazú Falls - 1 day
This wonder of the world features 275 waterfalls plunging over a cliff 80m high and 3km wide, near the border between Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil. Its subtropical reserve displays an abundance of wildlife. The most breathtaking spot is the Devil's Throat where 14 falls combine to form the world's most powerful single waterfall.
Salta - 4 days
The colonial capital of the beautiful northwest region, Salta is home to several well-preserved architectural churches that will leave visitors in awe. Along with its amazing gorges, colorful towering rock walls, and rivers, Salta hosts an abundance of wineries, in its unforgettable surrounding landscape.
Mendoza - 3 days
Argentina’s wine center, Mendoza sits close to the Andes and Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the continent. It offers travelers a chance to visit its vast vineyards and chic wineries, rivers, and some of the world’s best-known restaurants.
Bariloche - 3 days
The Lake District is filled magnificent waterscapes and densely-wooded forests in a breathtaking mountain setting. Home to Nahuel Huapi National Park and the famous Victoria Island, Bariloche is the starting point for the Ruta de los Siete Lagos (“Road of the Seven Lakes”), where travelers can visit San Martin de los Andes and Villa la Angostura, as well as the little villages that surround them.
Calafate - 3 days
Perito Moreno, one of the last advancing glaciers in the world, offers an entrancing experience as visitors can actually view the crumbling ice as it crashes into the lake. An unforgettable experience, including mini-trekking on the ice, and a full day’s navigation in the glaciers.
Ushuaia - 2 nights
With a wide variety of tourist attractions including kayaking, four-wheeling, crossing the of the channel, and walking among the penguins, visitors will fall in love with Ushuaia. And best of all, don’t forget to ride the “End of the World” train!
Península Valdes - 3 nights
One of the world's most significant marine reserves in northern Patagonia, the Peninsula de Valdes is home to colonies of elephant seals, sea lions, and dolphins. But it’s the penguins and whales that take center stage between September and December each year.