Patagonia Travel — Custom Argentina Private Tours
El Chalten, Fitz Roy and Perito Moreno
In the heart of Argentina's Patagonia province lie Lago Viedma and Lago Argentino, gateway to some of the most dramatic sights in the region. To the north is Lago Viedma and the dramatic Andean peaks of Cerro Torres and Fitz Roy. To the south is the spectacular Perito Moreno glacier.
Enjoy these sights in country comfort on working estancias (ranches) with beautiful guest lodges.
Along Argentina's wild Atlantic coast lies a spectacular peninsula where you will discover Southern right whales and elephant seal colonies breeding in the springtime.
Thousands of Magellanic penguins are just some of the many seabirds endemic to the region.
Explore the region from your base at a charming estancia (ranch) at the tip of the peninsula.
Extending your Argentine Adventure
Sultry Buenos Aires
Be seduced by the beauty and music of Buenos Aires. From the distinctive neighborhoods to the sultry rythm's of the tango, Argentina's capital is well worth exploring.
From your base in the fashionable La Recoleta district, chose from either the trendy boutique hotel Hub Porteño, or the five-star luxury Four Seasons hotel.
Venture north to Argentina's tropical jungle and view the worlds most spectacular waterfall - Iguazú.
One of the great natural wonders of the world, Iguazu Falls sits near the borders of Argentina, Brasil and Paraguay. Taller than Niagara and twice as wide, the Falls can be seen from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides.
Your base to discover the falls is the Sheraton Iguazú Resort on the Argentine side, or the Belmond Hotel das Cataratas on the Brazilian side.
Mendoza and the Wine Route
The largest wine producing region in South America, Mendoza is home to beautiful estancias, fields of olive trees, and of course, vineyards. Mendoza has over 1,000 wineries and is responsible for over 80% of Argentina's wine production.
Your base for exploration will be the spectacular Cavas Wine Lodge located just south of Mendoza.