Argentina and Bariloche Vacation
Argentina is a country of extremes – extreme beauty, extreme climates, extreme diversification and extremely gracious people. Buenos Aires is the cultural heartbeat of the country, while the mighty Andes run almost the entire length of the country. Your itinerary we propose brings it all to life.
The outdoor enthusiast looking for adventure will find challenging hikes, staggering mountains, waterfalls, a breathtaking coastline, abundant wildlife, and massive glaciers.
Argentina is home to one of the largest waterfalls in existence and the finest wines in the world – Iguazu Falls. Mix together a beautiful European-like city with attractive residents, gourmet cuisine, awesome shopping, a frenzied nightlife and top-drawer activities, and you get Buenos Aires, a cosmopolitan metropolis with both slick neighborhoods and equally downtrodden areas – but that’s part of the appeal. It’s an elegant, seductive place with a ragged edge, laced with old-world languor and yet full of contemporary attitude. BA is somehow strangely familiar, but unlike any other city in the world.
The snow sure slopes of Mount Cathedral, in Bariloche, are the best ski resort in South America. If you have skied Mammoth, you have a taste of Bariloche. The ski area offers 600 hectares of skiable surface divided into 53 well sign-posted trails of various difficulties, which reach 2.000 meters over sea level.