Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the capital city of Argentina and it is known for its European-style architecture and rich cultural life. It has a big number of theaters wonderful parks, stores, mansions, museums, and amazing monuments. Know as the Paris of South America, the city also offers great venues and the most luxurious accommodation around the country.

Andes mountain´s & Vineyards Region

Mendoza is the main wine producing province in Argentina and, as of July 2005, one of the eight Great Wine Capitals of the world. Wine tourist circuits abound and wineries at the foot of the Andes Mountains are to be found all around. This province offers every kind of landscapes, all of which are just perfect for active tourism: snow, rivers, mountains, lakes, caves, deserts, wildlife, and picturesque cities.

Iguazu Falls

Incredible! One of the new 7 Wonders of the World, this is a region of large rivers, humid tropics, red earth, magnificent forest, a virgin forest full of huge trees and extraordinary wildlife. Great Waters – “Iguazú” in the Guaraní language – overflowing into the breathtaking falls. It’s a scenery of exuberant natural beauty and historical interest; the Jesuit ruins, declared World Heritage by the UNESCO, are a vivid testimony of the Society of Jesus’ fruitful work during the centuries of Spanish colonization.

Puna & Arid Area

The Argentine Northwest comprises very distinct biomes, or geographical and climatic regions. From west to east they are: · The Altiplano or “Puna” · High Mountains of the Andes · Fertile valleys · Red-rock canyons and mountain passes · Humid Sub-Andean Sierras · Tropical jungles or Yungas · And the ecotone—or transitional zone—between the Yungas and the Chaco region. Besides the Yungas jungle on the eastern fringe of the region, the only fertile lands are those near the river basins, which have been irrigated extensively. Across millennia the erosive forces of these rivers has gradually created a multitude of red-rock canyons, such as the Quebrada de Humahuaca and the Valles Calchaquíes. West of these valleys the peaks of the Andes reach heights of over 6,000 metres (20,000 ft) and the Altiplano, an extensive 3,500-meter high plateau, dominates the landscape and continues far north into Bolivia and Southern Peru…

Patagonia´s Lake & Forest District

Bariloche is situated in the foothills of the Andes on the southern shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake within the Nahuel Huapi National Park. After development of Alpine-styled architecture, the city emerged as a major tourism center with ski, trekking and mountaineering  and plenty of other outdoor activities & facilities. The destination also has numerous restaurants, cafés, and chocolate shops as well as excellent venues & hotels for large events and groups.

Glaciar´s District

Home of the National Park Los Glaciares, El Calafate is located in the southwest limit of Santa Cruz province near Lake Argentino and its main attraction, the Glacier Perito Moreno, is visited yearly by thousands of people from all over the world.


Southernmost city in the world. Ushuaia is where the Andes mountain range in the last stretch before plunging into the Atlantic. Skin by lush forests and along the legendary Beagle Channel, Ushuaia offers a landscape to the astonishment combining an alpine environment, forests, valleys and sea.