Holidays to Argentina
Intense, diverse and sultry, Argentina will sweep you off your feet and land you in a whirlwind of vibrant cities, dazzling icy landscapes, cascading waterfalls, spinning tango dance clubs, platefuls of steak, jubilant horse rides and an outpour of Malbec wine.
The landscapes in Argentina are absolutely incredible, and so diverse. You've got the Argentine Andes where you'll find the lush flatlands of La Pampa, the largely uninhabited Chaco Desert and the ruggedly beautiful Lake District. Then you've got the Los Glaciers National Park, home to the biggest ice caps in the world outside of Antartica and Greenland. Then there's Iguazu Falls, with 275 waterfalls cascading down over Brazil and Argentina, creating a stunning shimmering wall of water.
Go to Buenos Aires, the capital for art, food, tango shows and locals determined to keep the fun going all night long. Go to Bariloche for skiing, Swiss alpine-style architecture and scrumptious chocolate. Go to Mendoza for the famous Malbec wineries and stay for the incredible contemporary art scene.
There's so much to see and do in this fascinating, passionate and varied country. Argentina is one of those places that genuinely has something for everyone.
Discover the natural beauty of the UNESCO World Heritage site, Los Glaciers National Park
See the spectacular Iguazu Falls, the largest waterfall system in the world
Experience the passionate spirit of tango and milongas in Buenos Aires
Capital City: Buenos Aires
Currency: Argentine Peso
Time difference: GMT -4 hours
Flight time: 14 hours to Buenos Aires
Argentina trip ideas
Here are some trip ideas to Argentina. All of our trip ideas shown below are examples, and we’ll amend, adapt or start from scratch, until we’ve created the perfect trip for you. See one you like, or have a trip in mind? Call us now to book: 01483 319 333
Places to go in Argentina
Map of Argentina
When to go to Argentina
The best time to go to Argentina will vary depending on where specifically you want to go and what you want to do there. The country itself is huge and the weather can vary drastically. June to August is a great time to go skiing, while December to March is a good time to visit Patagonia. September to November is a good time to visit the Lake District, and Mendoza (the 'wine region') can be visited anytime.
One of the hottest months and a good time to visit Patagonia or the beaches. The Northwest will be rainy and the the Northeast will be hot. Highs of 32°C and lows of 14°C.
Temperatures remain high, reaching 32°C in many places.
This is an ideal time to see most of the country with pleasant weather conditions throughout.
The pleasant weather continues and with less crowds, it's a great time to visit.
A good time to visit the northern parts of the country like Iguazu Falls and Salta. Some areas in Patagonia will now be closed until summer but Northern Patagonia will be good for whale watching.
Winter has arrived which means it's the start of the ski season! It's a great time for whale watching and also for visiting the northern regions which will be quite warm.
One of the best times to go skiing with lots of dry powder. It's also a good time to see wildlife in Peninsula Valdes. Highs of 23°C and lows of 5°C.
This is one of the best months for skiing. It's also a good time to visit the northern regions with lower humidity.
This is a great time to visit the whole country, though weather can be changeable in the south so pack your raincoat in case.
One of the best times of year to visit central Argentina when temperatures are starting to heat up.
This is the start of summer in most of the region and a lovely time of year to visit, with temperatures reaching 31°C in some areas. It's a great time to visit Patagonia when you might spot newly hatched penguin chicks.
This is peak season in Argentina so expect great weather and more crowds..