This is a country of contrasting beauty, from arid deserts to glacial wonders. A passionate mix of history, culture and culinary delight. Leaving the capital of Buenos Aires behind, there are many incredible wonders to experience. Immerse yourself in the diversity this Latin country offers!

Cafayate & Salta

Explore Salta and Cafayate, in the northwest with it’s wine country, Andean puma, jagged mountain valleys, dramatic, rust colored  canyons and arid desert.

We suggest staying at Patios de Cafayate – Cafayate


Cordoba is Argentina’s second largest city, known for it’s vibrant nightlife and Spanish colonial architecture. Check into Estancia El Colibri, a member of Relais & Chateaux.

Ibera Wetland

Ibera Wetlands in the north east is a mix of dense marshes, stagnant lakes, dense jungle covered islands and palm studded plains, plays host to an abundance of wildlife.

Iguazu Falls

Witness the spectacular force of nature at the largest waterfalls system in the worldMade up of a number of cascades, the falls border Argentina and Brazil. On the Argentinean side there is a network of trails, leading to different viewpoints, including Devil’s Throat and some of the best nature viewing opportunities in Iguazu National Park.  Accommodation options are conveniently nearby, including Sheraton Iguazu Resort & Spa on the Argentinean side (or Belmond Hotel Das Cataratas on the Brazilian side).

Argentinean Patagonia – El Calafate

Known as the ‘Glaciers National Capital’ and departure point for the remarkable Los Glaciares National Park deep in the heart of Patagonia.


Sitting at the foot of the Andes Mountains and home to one of the great wine making regions. I’d be spending time at…

  • Cavas Wine Lodge
  • Park Hyatt
Puerto Madryn 

Gateway to the Valdes Peninsula, a wildlife sanctuary and opportunity to witness incredibly unique seasonal hunting, in true David Attenborough style!


Natural scenery of rugged beauty in the heart of Andean Patagonia.  Settled by German immigrants (as evident in the architecture), this is an adventure capital and…also well known for chocolate making! We’re likely to be found staying at Llao Llao Hotel & Resort.


Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world and of course the gateway to Antarctica with opportunities to experience luxury small ship cruising (including Ponant, which some of you have already enjoyed!)

If we can get an indication of numbers, we can arrange a travel evening with a specialist guest speaker to help plan your Argentina, South America or Antarctica adventure.

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