Incredible food, majestic glaciers, and fine wines lie at the heart of this trip. Get a glimpse of the best Argentina has to offer.
Starting from $3,600 per person based on four travelers
Year round, but October through May are the least coldest months of the year. Patagonia is best visited from October through March. Best combo trip: Chile + Uruguay
Your private guide and driver will take you to your hotel. Then, you’ll be free to explore Buenos Aires on your own as you prepare for the wonders ahead of you. As a perk, we'll give you your own handcrafted Buenos Aires Guidebook to help you find some hidden gems and city highlights.
This small boutique hotel centered in the middle of the Recoleta neighborhood is walking distance from beautiful design shops and cafes. Here you’ll be near important itinerary highlights.
It’s small and effortlessly stylish, and enjoys a prime location smack bang in the middle of Palermo Soho, with a flurry of restaurants, bars, nightlife spots and design boutiques just a stroll away. With each room’s decor inspired by an Argentine icon, there is a real sense of place here too. Plus, service is friendly and faultless. If you want to be in the thick of it, and enjoy a high-end but relaxed hotel, Legado Mitico is ideal.
On the second day, you’ll discover parks, boutique cafes, and interesting shops as you taste your way through the city’s hidden gems and local spots.
In the afternoon we’ll take you across the city for a private wine tasting & dinner at a private chef’s house. This is one of our signature experiences created for those who seek unique cultural encounters.
Unlike anything you’ve experienced, you can mingle with locals and eat the best of Argentine cuisine on a covered and cozy terrace.
On Sundays this experience includes a visit to the local fair -- the most authentic experience Buenos Aires has to offer.
Once you arrive in Calafate you'll be welcomed into an 8,000-person town, where raising cattle and sheep is the norm. Here you'll stand in awe of the world's most active glaciers.
Los Ponchos is a great option for independent travelers, as each apartment has its own kitchenette. Modern and cozy, this hotel is near the main town and across from the Lake Argentino, so the views are fantastic.
This oasis is conveniently located halfway between the city of El Calafate and Los Glaciares National Park, yet far from the commotion from town. You can enjoy the subtle elegance of their comfortable sitting rooms, while you watch the sunset from either wing of the hotel which seems to have been perfectly manicured to give you an inspiring view at every corner.
Prepare to be blown away. On the fourth day, you’ll head out to Nibepo’s own pier and take a small boat through the southern arms of Lago Argentino. Here you’ll view thousands of acres of untouched land and enjoy a short hike. Then you’ll arrive at the balconies for a perfect view of the massive Perito Moreno glacier.
Next you’ll venture deep into Patagonia and visit a historic 19th century ranch. You’ll navigate around icebergs on Lago Argentino with breathtaking views of the Upsala Glacier. Soon you’ll arrive at one of the most remote areas in the region, where you’ll venture on a 12km hike through red sandstone. Enjoy incredible views against the blue hanging glaciers and turquoise lake.
After your glacial adventures, it’s time to fly to Mendoza, the cradle of Argentine wine making at the foothills of the Andes.
Nestled among vineyards in Lujan de Cuyo, this small boutique hotel is near many wineries. Their cozy suites will make you feel right at home.
Entre Cielos Lodge is a beautiful 5-star hotel sitting on its own vineyard in Lujan de Cuyo. With modern rooms, this hotel has the best spa in Mendoza. Perfect for honeymooners, their Loft Vineyard Suite is your own capsule sitting right atop the vineyards.
Are your tastebuds ready for more adventure? Good! On day 10 you’ll explore two of the most important icons in the Mendoza food & wine industry. First, you’ll visit an old-fashioned extra virgin olive oil producer -- a sight to behold! Then you’re off to visit one of the finest winemakers in all of Argentina. To top it off, you’ll enjoy a fabulous lunch at Chef Lucas Bustos’s famous winery restaurant.
Take this day to explore Mendoza’s wonders on your own. If you’re in the mood for adventure, you can go rafting, hiking or horseback riding; if you’d prefer to relax, sit back with a glass of wine and admire the Andean backdrop.
Today you will depart back home.
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