Pure Latin America has put together a unique individual tour of the north and south of Argentina for you.
Your journey starts in the metropolis of Buenos Aires, where you will meet this impressive metropolis on the basis of a cycling tour. You also visit a milonga, a place where the Porteños come together to dance the tango.
From Buenos Aires you travel to the Península Valdés peninsula, one of the most important highlights of this area. Península Valdés is located on the coast and is considered one of the most beautiful nature reserves in South America. Here you go out to admire an amazing and easily observable variety of marine fauna. You visit Península Valdés as well as go to Punta Tombo to see one of the largest colony of Magellanic penguins in South America.
Your next highlight is Parque Nacional Los Glaciares located in the south of Patagonia, a park with pointed peaks, crystal clear mountain lakes, fast flowing rivers and a rest as you probably have rarely experienced. The main reason why you visit this national park is because of the Perito Moreno, Argentina’s most impressive glacier.
A self-drive through the Lakes region of Argentina should not be missed during your visit to Patagonia. You will go out with a car for a few days to explore a great number of highlights north of Bariloche.
From Bariloche you travel to Salta. You first take part in a city tour before going out with a car to explore a large number of natural and cultural highlights to the south and north of Salta. You will be amazed by the great diversity of landscapes that you find in this region, from beautifully colored mountains to vast salt plains, from green oases to small picturesque villages.
The trip will end at the immense waterfalls of Iguazú where both the Argentinian and the Brazilian side of the waterfalls will be visited.