Fly fishing has always been one of my favourite hobbies. Ever since I was a 3-year-old boy I’ve loved everything about it. The sound of the river rushing beneath my feet. The tranquility of nature. The abundance of life in the wilderness. The gentle whisper of the fly ...
About Argentina Travel
Argentina is a place as pristine, natural and exhilarating as it gets. From the fantastic wine countries around Mendoza and the enormous salt flats of Salta near the Bolivian border to the raw beauty of Patagonia and the Lake District, Argentina is where you can get your fix for fresh air and the outdoors.
While were weren't overly wowed by the capital of Buenos Aires, it is many peoples' favourite city in South America. It's a bustling place with plenty of bars and nightclubs and some incredible restaurants, but for us, it was the rest of Argentina that really blew us away.
On this page you'll find all you need to know about travelling in Argentina including where to go, when to go, what to do and what to expect. We'll also include some travel tips and our own personal travel experiences so you'll have a better idea of what Argentina travel is like.
Things To Do In Argentina
The best things to do in Argentina either involve eating, drinking wine or hiking in the great outdoors. Mixing all of these together with a long day of hiking and then ending over a glass of red wine and a fantastic ribeye steak can make day in Argentina about as perfect as they come.
Below you'll find all of our posts about things to do in different parts of Argentina.
Mendoza is the capital of the Mendoza province in Argentina and it’s also the capital of the wine production and distribution for the entire country. Although a very “wine-forward” place, there are lots of things to do in Mendoza that aren’t alcohol-related. The nearby ...
Places To Visit in Argentina
With an area of 2,766,890 square kilometres (1,068,302 square miles), Argentina is enormous. There are so many different regions and in each region, with its unique microclimate, you'll find different landscapes, food, wine and unique activities.
When we visited Argentina, it wasn't so affordable to get around because at that time, they had a tourist tax on all domestic flights. Nowadays the tourist tax is gone so you have the option for flights on those larger journeys, or you can still take the bus or rent a car as we did.
Below you'll find all of our posts about the different places to visit in Argentina.
Our time in the Lake District of Argentina had come to an end. The 10 day trip was filled with nature and outdoor activities, but it was time to move on. On one hand, we were looking forward to travelling from Bariloche to Buenos Aires, as it meant ...