From the tropical rainforest around the natural wonders of Iguaçu Falls to the Argentinian Patagonia of El Calafate - Argentina offers geographic extremes and superlative landscape.
We base you in stunning lodges in the wilderness, charming well-located hotels in the city and take you to less-explored areas. Wine and dine in Mendoza, wind down in the lake district of Bariloche, soak into the Argentinean cowboy ambience of the Northwest and head extreme south for Perito Moreno Glacier, the world’s largest advancing glaciers – a sight to behold!
For the time-pressed traveller looking for a trip that best sums up South America – this is it. From the beautiful hedonistic waterfront city of Rio de Janeiro to the Iguazu falls – arguably the most beautiful water falls in the world – and ending off in Machu Picchu – the famous 15th century Inca site of Peru!
Revealing the many sides of Argentina, see the European-styled capital of Buenos Aires, natural wonder of Iguazu Falls, the colourful and most indigenous Northwestern region, and the world’s largest advancing glacier - Perito Moreno! Wind down at the lake-district and extend the trip to the wine region of Mendoza, historical Uruguay or the Atlantic Patagonia.
Straddling the two countries of Argentina and Chile, the Patagonia offers some of the most stunning sceneries– meandering glaciers, towering snow-capped volcanoes, glistening alpine lakes, pine-clad mountains. Great for soft adventurers who love the outdoors and the creature comforts of luxury lodges.
Carefully crafted with our selection of 5 fine hotels and 2 gourmet restaurants by Relais & Châteaux, this combination of Argentina, Iguazu Falls and Peru covers the key highlights of South America, including 2 best-known icons– Machu Picchu and Iguazu Falls – in style.
The Andes stretches along the South American continent from north to south, forming different faces of spectacular landscapes. From the colourful Calchqui Valley in northwestern Argentina to the world’s driest Atacama desert in Chile. From the wonders of Uyuni Salt Lake in Bolivia and end of the world’s highest capital city – La Paz.