Argentina offers at least 10 different destinations that are all unique and present an interest to the traveler. Given that a visit to each destination requires at least 2 days, many of us have to pick and choose which destinations to visit and how to best spend our time in Argentina.
Once you understand what destinations you want to visit, the next logical step is to select a tour that includes the places you want to see. Even if you would like a private, customized tour, we still recommend that you gather some ideas of how to organize your tour by example.
By following the link below, you can look at a variety of the best tours in Argentina and then you can customize the tour you prefer.
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Argentina Tour Destinations
Selecting the right destinations to visit is not easy. The most popular destination in Argentina is probably Iguazu Falls. The second most important destination is the Perito Moreno Glacier in El Calafate, Patagonia. After these big two, there is a number of other places you may want to also visit. In Patagonia, there are also the mountains and lakes of Bariloche, the penguins and wildlife of Peninsula Valdes, along with the end of the world city of Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego. In addition, there are the beautiful wine regions near Mendoza and Salta that deserve some attention. Each of these destinations is a visit of 3 days or more.
Tips on Selecting the Right Tour for You
Start out by figuring out how many days you have for your vacation. If you are flexible in tour length, then you have more options, and thus, more difficult decisions to make.
Take a look at sample vacations offered by tour companies. For example, standard tours of 7 days days usually include Buenos Aires and Colonia along with another destionation such as Iguazu Falls or Mendoza. A 10 to 13 day visit to Argentina usually includes a few days in Buenos Aires and about a week in Patagonia, with two or 3 different destinations visited in Patagonia.
As a rule of thumb, you should have at least 2 full days in each destination for a quality experience.
In general, most destinations require flights, and traveling between destinations usually involves flying back to Buenos Aires, and then traveling to the next destination. One exception to this is Patagonia, where non-stop flights between destinations are possible.
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