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Argentina Private Tours 2024 & 2025

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How to plan your Argentina tour?

Best Time to Visit: All year round
Major Cities for International Flights: Buenos Aires (Capital)
Visa: Usually citizens of United States, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada, Brazil, South Africa, North America and most of Europe can enjoy visa exemption up to 90 days. Better to double check before travelling.
Money Tips: The peso is the official currency of Argentina. You can easily exchange money with US Dollars, Euros or British pounds in Argentina.
  • 3-8 Days
    Explore the city highlights with tango show in Buenos Aires, the famous Iguazu falls or the charming Moreno Glacier.
  • 9-15 Days
    Plan the tours of Argentina including Buenos Aires, Iguazu falls, Moreno Glacier, the southernmost city Ushuaia, "little Switzerland" Bariloche, and the wine country of Salta or Mendoza.
  • 15 Days or More
    Explore most of the tourist destinations in Argentina, or combine Argentina with its neighboring countries like Brazil, Chile, and Peru.

Trip Planning FAQs

When is the best time to visit Argentina?
Different regions have different tourist seasons, it is feasible to travel to Argentina all year around.

The best time to travel to Buenos Aires is in Spring from September to November and Fall from March to May, as Summer will be very hot and humid. Iguazu Falls has a tropical climate and can be visited all year round. For Bariloche, Mendoza and Cordoba, the best time is in Fall from March to May, when temperatures are more comfortable and those destinations are less crowded. For Patagonia, the best time is in Spring and Summer mainly from October to March, after the weather gets warmer and more tourist spots can be visited. For skiing, the best time is in Winter and Spring mainly from June to October.
Can you handle the visa for me if it is needed?
Whether you need a visa for Argentina tours or not depends on your nationality. We can help you check the information, or you could also check with your local Argentina Embassy. But we are sorry that we cannot handle the visa for you. If you do require a visa, you can apply for it directly with the embassy, or through a local visa agent.
Which language does the guide speak?
We usually arrange bilingual tour guides (English and Spanish) for your private Argentina tours. If you have requirements in other languages, please kindly inform your travel specialist.
What are the typical dishes of Argentine food?
Different with other South American countries, Argentina's typical cuisine is heavily influenced by European immigrants, mainly Spanish and Italian cuisines, but you can also find some traditional foods from Andean cultures in northwest Argentina. Argentina's main specialties are barbecue and wine, so be sure to try them during your Argentina trip.
Are the tours available during Christmas and other Public Holidays?
There is limited availability for Argentina tours during Christmas, New Year or other Public Holidays as there are many travelers during these periods, and the tour price will be a bit higher than usual. If you are going to travel on December 24th, 25th, 31st or January 1st, it is better to confirm the availability and prices with us in advance.
Are credit cards widely accepted in Argentina?
Major credit cards like Master and Visa are widely accepted in Argentina, but may not be accepted in small towns or rural mountainous areas. When traveling to the remote regions, please prepare some cash beforehand. Your private guide will also remind you of this.
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