In awe of Argentinian landscapes

11th June 2018 Destinations

There are too many reasons why Argentina should definitely be on your bucket list, but to witness the beauty of its landscapes is definitely one of the first. So in this post we take you skiing in the Andes with Lea, wale watching with Celeste in Patagonia and hiking on an impressive glacier with Francesco. Go and admire some of the most breathtaking views in the world!

Travel Tips

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Cerro de los Siete Colores in Province de Jujuy

@Céleste

“The seven-color mountain is the highlight of the area. I also recommend visiting Humahuaca, and any other main sites that are recommended in any guides. In total you only need two days.”

Cerro Llano Llano in Rio Negro, Argentina

@GuiTi

“Stunning view, reachable after a nice and easy 3km trek. Highly recommendable, and strictly no one around, bears included.”

Bodega Matervini in Mendoza Province

@fab

“From the next door Achaval Ferrer founder, this is his next project, smaller bodega with some interesting wines. Let the manager tell you the story of the place and the wines, great experience!”

Argentina Lake in Santa Cruz Province

@FrancescoG

“On one of the many long drives in Argentina. This is the view over Lago Argentino. Those blue hues…”

Laguna de los Tres in El Chalten

@Emanueledego

“Use El Chalten as a base to access some of the most beautiful hikes in Patagonia. The one to Laguna de los Tres is tough but also the most spectacular.”

El Calafate in Santa Cruz Province

@Céline_

“Beautiful colours in the morning light. Amazing walks to do and see flamingos, sheeps and horses.”

Perito Moreno Glacier in Santa Cruz Province

@FrancescoG

“I really wanted to do a climbing excursion onto the Perito Moreno, but unfortunately I left it too late to book and all climbing excursions were sold out. Still, the boat trip I did was pretty spectacular too!”

San Carlos de Bariloche in Rio Negro

@Lea

“Skiing in Bariloche is an experience like no other. The views are simply stunning and the slopes totally worth your time ! Go deeper in the Andes for amazing off-piste itineraries. Beware of the rental equipment though, not exactly state of the art.”

Iguazu National Park in Misiones Province

@Lea

“When visiting Iguazu, plan to spend a full day on the Argentine side. The park has several trails to walk and 2 main attractions : the boat ride to the bottom of the fall (extra fee but so worth it) and the train ride to La Garganta del Diablo, ABSOLUTE MUST DO!”

Puerto Madryn in Chubut Province

@Céleste

“For a magical weekend of whales spotting. Season runs from June til December. Take a tour on the yellow submarine.”

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