You will learn to make empanadas completely from scratch, including the dough and two fillings. Get a true taste of Argentine food during this private empanada cooking class in Buenos Aires’ Caballito neighborhood. You are welcomed into a local home and learn how to cook the delicious filled pastry from scratch. Make the dough and filling for your empanadas while sipping on Malbec red wine. Taste mate and alfajores, and discover the its rituals. Tours are limited to 4 people for a more intimate experience and to allow for proper social distancing.
The name of Mendoza is synonymous with good wine, known all around the country and in many places around the world. Without a doubt, this is the place to visit if you are into wine tasting and vineyard touring. Yet Mendoza is not just about wine, it is also the capital of adventure sports and outdoor activities. Its fast-flowing rivers provide the right conditions for rafting, like in no other place in Argentina. The city of Mendoza also enchants tourists, full of green parks, wide avenues, atmospheric plazas and cosmopolitan cafes. This is a very complete 4-day tour to get the best of Mendoza!
Salta and Jujuy portray a mixture of all the things that make the Northwest region in Argentina so distinctive and fascinating: architecture, impressive landscapes, rich local culture, music and gastronomy. Here is where the old meets the new. Salta is a sunny mix of colonial architecture, friendly people, colorful history and indigenous pride. This 5-Day tour includes all the must-see places: the Jujuy Salt Flats, the Puna, Purmamarca and Seven Color Hill, Quebrada de Humahuaca and Wine producing town Cafayate. Be amazed at the impressive images that the North has to offer!
What was once a wool-trading outpost lost in the immensity of Southern Patagonia is now El Calafate, an adventure and nature lover's paradise. Today it is one of the most popular destinations in Argentina. For a unique experience, travel back in time to the Ice Ages and trek over the glacier Perito Moreno, with its impressive 60 meter high wall. It is the only known glacier in the world that is not receding. Then sail the Lake Argentino for more views of glaciers, such as the Upsala and its icebergs channel. Put your hiking shoes on and get ready for an amazing journey!
On the south coast of Tierra del Fuego, Ushuaia is about as far south as a tourist can comfortably go to in the Americas. The city faces the Beagle Channel where penguins, sea lions and rare sea birds are abound. Ushuaia has a wide variety of restaurants which have local seafood dishes like centolla, an Antarctic variety of king crab. Among other attractions in the city, there is the beautiful Tierra del Fuego National Park and the train “End of World,” used in the past by the prisoners of Ushuaia´s jail to collect firewood. Ushuaia is a wonderful combination of breathtaking nature and an interesting history, full of sailors' anecdotes and stories.
Craft Beer is booming in Buenos Aires. This walking tour visits four local breweries, where you will try 10 different beers throughout the night. You'll stop at one of the neighborhood's tastiest empanada shops for a snack, and enjoy a "picada", or a favorite local snack comprised of meats, cheeses, and other things to nibble at the last bar.
The Iguazú Falls are a unique system of waterfalls located in a virgin rain-forest and shared by Argentina and Brazil. The two National Parks protect this area of incredible ecological value and its numerous animals and birds species. Two thirds of the falls are located on the Argentine side of the river Iguazú, where there are several jungle trails, viewpoints and water activities to try. With this two night package, you will visit both sides of the falls, navigate up the Iguazú river and hike the jungle. Come to discover this natural wonder of the world!
Enjoy this 6-hour tour winding through forests, rivers, streams, lakes and beaches. This beautiful tour will help introduce you to the beauty of the area and see why Bariloche is called the lakes region of Patagonia.
This tour with unforgettable landscapes offers you the chance to enjoy the vastness and serenity of mountain views. On our way to the Los Penitentes Ski Center we will pass through places of such extraordinary beauty as Potrerillos and Uspallata, visit Polvaredas, Punta de Vacas and the historic Picheuta Bridge.
The day starts at 7:45am as the group depart from El Calafate and head along the famous Route 40. This iconic highway goes along the Argentino Lake up to the La Leona River. Passing the 'Cañadón La Leona' you will arrive to the ancient route hotel "La Leona". It is here where you will be able to have a break for coffee and cakes. Once the break is over you will continue along the Lake Viedma, from here you can take in the magical views of glaciers,
Explore the ins and outs of the Perito Moreno Glacier, an adventurers dream! Enjoy more and more activities that let you get close to the Perito Moreno Glacier. With the Big Ice excursion, guests will have the opportunity to get deep into this fantastic ice mass. This is an alternative only suitable for the most adventurous and, obviously, for those who are physically fit, as it requires a long ice trek through several rocky areas, as well as the use of harnesses.
Not only Puerto Madryn is the main touristic center of the Patagonia Coast. It is also Península Valdés. Early in the morning we'll go to Puerto Pirámides, located only 1-hour outside Puerto Madryn city. The route until the national park is full of beautiful and exuberant landscapes. Arriving to the national park we are going to do a ride thru all the peninsula extension.
Punta Tombo is one of the most famous and visited coasts along the eastern coast of Argentinean Patagonian. You'll surely be amazed by one of the most fascinating shows in nature: the Magellan penguin continental colony. Get ready for a day of fun and adventure through northern Patagonia and the small towns that make this region famous.
Witness the majestic alliance of citrus plantings, lakes, local architecture and mountains. These sights give free rein to imagination of the time of the conquests and of the development of the Argentinian North. Visit the original landscapes where the first local tribes lived.