Population: 35 000 000
Area: 3,761,274 kilometres
Capital: Buenos Aires
Language: Spanish
Electricity: 220 volts, 50 Hz
Currency: Argentina Pesos and US Dollars
Holidays: May 8; June 15; 01 Jan; April 9/10; July 9; Aug 17; Oct 12; Dec 25. In some cases if the holiday falls on a Tuesday or Thursday it is changed to Monday or Friday.
Times: Banks Monday to Friday 10am to 3pm; Shops 9am to 7pm; Downtown shops and shopping centres every day up to 10pm. Coffee shops and restaurants till very late at night.
Climate : Mostly moderate except some areas in the north, which get very hot and some
southern areas very cold.
4 x 4 Jeep Safari
Bird Watching
Photo Safari's
Trekking Mountain Climbing
Tango Dancing

Explore South America as never before!
SÃO PAULO, PATAGONIA, BODOQUENA, BONITO and more with activities like hot air ballooning, swimming, cruising, hiking, trekking, rafting, canoeing, kite-surfing...
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Half Day Tours

City Tour
A three and a half hour sightseeing tour introducing the visitor to beautiful parks and gardens of Palermo, May Square, Government House, Eva Peron’s grave in Recoleta’s Cemetery and Cathedral, Columbus Square, Boca District, San Martin Square, Santa Fe Avenue, Faculty of Law, etc.

Argentine Dinner & Tango
See a spectacular presentation of the acclaimed popular and sensuous Tango, performed by the worlds best and accompanied by unforgettable Pampas and Andean music. Includes transfers, beverages at Tango show.s

Half Day Tigre & Delta Cruise
Drive through the fashionable riverside suburbs of Olivos, San Isidro, and San Fernando to Tigre: ‘The playground of the Porteños’. Continue by launch through the waterways and islands off the Delta of the River Parana.

Half Day Boca and San Telmo (Sundays only)
A morning tour of the colourful Boca district visiting the famous “Caminito” with its brightly painted walls where artists gather on Sundays. Continue to the oldest district in Buenos Aires: San Telmo, along its narrow streets to the bustling antique market.

Day Tours

Full Day Fiesta Gaucha
This tour is the ideal opportunity to absorb the atmosphere of the country life at a really colourful Argentine feast in the Pampas.
Lunch of renowned Argentine beef and live entertainment by Gauchos in their typical dress, dancing to folklore music, will make this a memorable day. Tour also includes a typical “asado criollo” (barbecue).

Full Day Estancia
This tour to an “Estancia” (ranch), on a private basis gives the visitor an opportunity to appreciate another aspect of Argentine life. It includes a drive into the Pampas and a visit to a working ranch that contrasts so sharply with the bustling city life of Buenos Aires.

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Half day and day tours
Tour Iguazú Falls (3 days)
Tour of Bariloche (4 days)
Crossing of Andean Lakes & Santiago (4 days)
Perito Moreno Glacier (3 days)
Highlight Tour Buenos Aires - (7 NIGHTS/8 DAYS)
BUENOS AIRES & BARILOCHE - Golf or Leisure tour- 7 Nights/8 Days)
BARILOCHE SKI SPECIAL - Including “Exciting” Buenos Aires 4 nights (11 days/12 nights)
Buenos Aires & RIO (7Nights)
MENDOZA SKI TRIP - 2004 Including “Exciting” BUENOS AIRES 4 NIGHTS
(11 NIGHTS / 12 DAYS)

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Additional packages
Ushuaia -The city at the end of the world
Peninsula Valdes - Ecological region
The Pioneers Route - Butch Cassidy tour
Northwest Argentina - Indian Territory
Crossing the Andes - Salta to Atacama
Aconcagua - Highest mountain in America
Mendoza - Farming and wine territory
Skiing - Las Leñas, Bariloche, Chapelco