Adventure Holidays in Argentina
Argentina seems to occupy a whole other world, taking up as it does most of South America’s southern region. Venture beyond the charms of Buenos Aires into the wilds of Patagonia, Iguazú Falls and even Ushuaia, the gateway to the Antarctic and a long-time destination for curious travellers.
Embark on an adventure expedition through Patagonia
For generations, Patagonia has enticed travellers with its inconceivable scale, majestic snow-capped mountain peaks cresting against a crisp blue sky. Wilderness sweeps as far the eye can see, whether you’re exploring Torres del Paine National Park, the Darwin Mountain Range, or the Parque Nacional Los Glaciares.
Journey to Iguazú Falls
On the border with Brazil, Iguazú Falls is a true marvel of the natural world, and adventurous travellers can explore both sides of the spectacular falls via train, truck, and pedestrian walkways that let you feel the spray of the 90-metre drop as you take it all in.
Design your own Argentina adventure trip
Working with your expert travel specialist, you can tailor a custom itinerary that covers all the area of this vast nation that you want to see, whether you are interested in the ancient trade routes of Humahuaca in the northwest or Antarctic adventures departing from southern hiking towns. Whatever active holiday calls to you, you’ll enjoy the full support of the Wexas team and luxury accommodations to make your travel that much more memorable.
Our top itineraries for Argentina Adventure holidays
Prepare for a Patagonian adventure with channel cruises, glacier visits and luxury national park campsites. This 16-day tailor-made journey begins in Buenos Aires before taking the wilds of Tierra del Fuego, Chile's Torres del Paine National Park and the advancing ice of Perito Moreno Glacier.
This 13-day tailor-made tour takes in all of Argentina's top wildlife-viewing regions, from the whales and penguins of Peninsula Valdés to the caiman and capybara of the Iberá Wetlands and the colourful birdlife of Iguazú Falls.