Soul Of The Tango

Argentina in Classic Style

Argentinian Lake District, Argentinian Patagonia, Buenos Aires & the Pampas, Northeast Argentina

Duration: 10 nights

Price: From £4,000 per person in low season based on two adults travelling together and including all flights in economy class, accommodation, some meals, private transfers and taxes

Dancing the tango in Buenos Aires, chilling out on the shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake, living the life of a gaucho in Los Glaciares National Park, marvelling at the awesome Iguazu Falls – Argentina offers such a breadth of experiences that it can be hard to know where to start. Happily, it’s possible to do it all in style without it costing the Earth, and this itinerary – including boutique Buenos Aires boltholes, lakeside lodges and rural estancias – is perfect for younger and first-time travellers looking for a stylish, yet affordable, trip. Happily, this itinerary includes all those things and more, helping you experience the highlights of Argentina in classic style. With all experiences optional, it’s up to you how you structure your journey – those listed here are just examples, and we can arrange any number of fantastic, exclusive experiences to make sure your adventure is unforgettable.
Perfect forYoung couples and first-time visitors looking to experience Argentina in style without breaking the bank.
In the knowAdding on some time across the Brazilian border with a few days soaking up the sunshine and good vibes of Rio de Janeiro.

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  • First-timers
  • Landscapes & Scenery
  • Adventure
  • Cultural Immersion

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Buenos Aires


Your Argentine adventure begins – where else? – in the capital, Buenos Aires. One of the great South American cities, Buenos Aires combines elegant colonial architecture with fantastic food, buzzing nightlife, and world-class culture. You’ll spend the first two nights of your journey at the Mine Hotel, a stylish boutique property in the Palermo Soho district, the capital’s most fashionable and bohemian barrio. Staying in a Superior Room, you’ll have your own hot tub for your stay in this stylish hotel, which is perfectly placed for exploring this trendy part of town. For a traditional cultural fix, head to La Viruta for a tango class, or take in the modern collections of the MALBA art museum.
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3 nightsLAKES

A flight to San Carlos de Bariloche takes you to your next destination, on the shores of Nahuel Huapi Lake. The Patagonian lake district is an area of great natural beauty, and three nights at Posada los Juncos is the perfect way to make the most of it. Set in a restored alpine house with the lake on one side and forest on the other, the hotel pays homage to its natural surroundings with a rustic décor, with extensive use of reclaimed wood adding to a homely atmosphere – perfect for relaxing after a day’s exploration in the great outdoors. The region’s varied geography means that there’s a wide variety of outdoor activities on offer here, with skiing, hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, rafting and fishing all available.
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3 nightsCALAFATE

Your next stop, after a flight to the city of El Calafate, is a traditional estancia in the majestic Los Glaciares National Park. Nibepo Aike offers a truly authentic Argentine ranch experience; there’s fantastic horse riding on offer, and you can spend a day with real-life gauchos learning their time-honoured techniques before enjoying a fantastic Patagonian cross-stake grilled dinner. The real star attraction in this area, of course, is the glaciers: a horse ride to one of the majestic Gora, Frias or Dickson, followed by an ice climb, is an unforgettable experience in this otherworldly corner of the earth.
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2 nightsIGUAZU

What better way to follow up the majesty of the Patagonian glaciers than with a visit to one of the world’s mightiest waterfalls? The Iguazu Falls tumble down a huge step which divides the upper and lower Iguazu River, and are a truly magnificent sight on Argentina’s border with Paraguay and Brazil. You’ll spend two nights here at La Cantera Jungle Lodge, a fantastic boutique property with an organic aesthetic which pays homage to the natural beauty for which Iguazu is so famous. Staying in stylish rooms with balconies opening out right on to the jungle, you’ll have a range of options for exploring the falls, from traditional viewpoint tours to adventurous boat trips on the river itself. After two nights’ adventures in Iguazu, your journey reaches its end, and you’ll fly home.
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