The Glaciers National Park

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El Calafate and Chalten (Southern Patagonia) are the entrance cities to our Glaciers National Park. This area is spectacular, rugged in terms of landscapes and climate, remote and surrounded by pristine and unspoilt Patagonian scenery. Read More ›

Explore the driest desert in the world

Atacama Desert

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Hiking between canyons and cacti

Private journey in the Calchaquies Valley

Quebrada de las Conchas

This area is still very much a hidden treasure of Argentina, unlike Patagonia or Iguazu, which are the most commonly visited destinations. The landscapes are similar to Utah or New Mexico. The Northwest region of our country borders with Chile and Bolivia and was the southernmost outpost of the Inca Empire, which centuries ago expanded to the South and included this part of Argentina within its domains. The charm and the character of this area lies in the culture and folklore of its people, in the architecture of its small towns, the traditions and customs present in its markets, its food, its music and its religious festivities. Read More ›

On top of the Andes

Multiactivity outdoor program around Mendoza

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Home to the Aconcagua, the highest mountain in South America, the province of Mendoza is the perfect place to practice mountaineering and outdoor activities. Read More ›

Whale & Penguin watching

Peninsula Valdes and the altantic coast

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When Charles Darwin came to this peninsula in 1839, he was astonished by the exotic and prolific wildlife that had since evolved. Read More ›