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Our Argentina Tours

Lands of Silver & Gold
17 days from US $2360
South America XXL
83 days from US $9085
Mucho Buenos
67 days from US $7765
Quitosential
56 days from US $6130
Up in the Aires
32 days from US $3920
Her name is Rio
48 days from US $6245
Che it like you mean it
19 days from US $2350
El Chalten & Fiz Roy Extension
6 days from US $1460
Getting Chile with it
29 days from US $3910
Her name is Rio
48 days from US $5375
Quitosential
56 days from US $5370
Mucho Buenos
67 days from US $7040
Up in the Aires
32 days from US $3335
9 Million Litres per Second
2 days from US $285
Little House on the Cerrado
13 days from US $1430
Che it like you mean it
19 days from US $2050
Lands of Silver & Gold
17 days from US $2145
Antarctic Express: Fly South 2014-15
9 days from US $19995
Crossing the Circle 2014-15
15 days from US $9995
Antarctic Explorer 2014-15
11 days from US $5995
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This trip was great if you want a taste of Argentina and Brazil. The Argentine guide was very helpful at directing us to fun night spots and great places to eat. Iguazu Falls was well planned and definitely a highlight. We arrived in Brazil on Christmas Eve and had a new tour guide. He was very nice and was great at helping us order food and organising laundry etc but he didn't have a lot of knowledge about local bars/ clubs or good restaurants. We ended up doing more in Rio de Janeiro after the tour had actually finished. Christ the Redeemer is worth the trip and we also did a tour of the favela. All great! The accommodation was great. All hotels were really close to the beach or tourist attractions. The accommodation in the rainforest and on Ilha do Mel was gorgeous and so cute. All family run so you really feel like you're experiencing the culture.

Candice, 19 Jan, 2014
Lands of Silver & Gold

The Brazilian component seemed better organised than the Argentinian component. In Rio we had a private bus to tour the city and managed to see a lot. In BA we caught local buses so waited around for them to come and didn't get to see as much. The time allocated to Iguazu Falls needs to be increased given it is the highlight of the trip.

Stuart, 13 Feb, 2013
Lands of Silver & Gold Reverse

Argentina's capital Buenos Aires
Los Glaciares National Park and Perito Moreno Glacier
The 'Devil’s Throat' of Iguazu
Cruise the Beagle Channel
Recoleta Cemetery and Eva Peron’s tomb
Mendoza's wineries
The colonial city of Salta
The 1500AD 'Llullaillaco Children'
The road trip to Cachi
Purmamarca and the Hill of Seven Colours
Colourful La Boca
Che's house in Cordoba

Welcome to Argentina

A trip to Argentina looms large on the minds and desires of travellers for a good reason: it’s the stuff daydreams are made of. From saucy cities brimming with bars, to sleepy lakeside towns and mountains custom-made for climbing Argentina promises (and delivers) good times to all who come in pursuit of good times.

Travel to Argentina on a Geckos tour to binge on chocolate in Bariloche, get your dose of nature in San Martin de los Andes, drink yourself sideways in Mendoza, be blown away by the aquatic thunder of Iguazu Falls and lose yourself in the pursuit of happiness in the bars and milongas of Buenos Aires.

The mother country of Argentine legends like Maradona, Messi, Peron, Guevara, and Pope Francis, it’s hard to imagine the continent of South America (or the world) without that kickass, colourful wedge known as Argentina.

THE NATURAL HIGH OF IGUAZU FALLS
THE NATURAL HIGH OF IGUAZU FALLS

Forget Disney Land, Iguazu Falls is most euphoric, most uncontrollable smile-inducing place on earth. We've even got the science to prove it. ... Read more on the blog

LATIN AMERICA’S BEST PARTY CITIES
LATIN AMERICA’S BEST PARTY CITIES

From beachside reggaeton to back alley salsa, tango in hidden nightclubs and backyard samba competitions, Central and South America sure knows how to party ... Read more on the blog

Argentina Tours

Countries visited: Argentina, Brazil
2 days
Wikipedia says, "legend has it that a serpent god planned to marry a beautiful woman named Naipi, but she fled with her mortal lover in a canoe. In a rage, the serpent god...
Countries visited: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay
17 days
Buenos Aires to Rio = a pretty freaking great trip. Try the world’s best steak in Buenos Aires, explore the cobbled streets of Colonia, chill at the beach in Montevideo,...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador
83 days
Get ready for the ultimate South American adventure on this journey from the Andean heights of Ecuador through Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay until finally arriving...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru
67 days
This trip is made for the following people: Unlucky lovers (hello La Paz Witches Market), wine snobs (hello Mendoza Valley) the sloth-like (hello Amazon Jungle) and people with...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru
56 days
You won’t find Zorro in Zorritos but you will find a rad beach. There’s no salt in Salta but there is bungee jumping. Sometimes you just gotta roll with the travel...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile
32 days
Bolivia, Chile, Argentina – do South America in style. Touch down in lovely La Paz, rattle around in an old Potosi mine, do wheelies in the Uyuni salt flats and spend a...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay
48 days
From the Pacific to the Atlantic, this trip is designed for those with a truly adventurous spirit! By the time you arrive at the sandy beaches of Rio, you’ll have...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile
19 days
Bolivia, Argentina and Chile – a trip straight through the guts of South America. Forage through La Paz’s wack market stalls, journey into the underground in Potosi...
Countries visited: Argentina
6 days
Countries visited: Argentina
3 days
  Recoleta Cemetery is like a city within a city, complete with narrow alleyways and leafy avenues. Its opulence reflects the golden age of Buenos Aires from 1880-1930. Stretching across 14 acres, there are 6400 tombs where...
Countries visited: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay
29 days
Toast with a terremoto in Santiago then fist pump your way around the dventure capital of Pucon. Tango through BA and try not to kill a radio star in Montevideo. South America, it...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay
48 days
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay. This trip is the best travel quintet ever. Careen the Uyuni Salt Flats, ski the Cerro Catedral, pop into a parilla in Buenos Aires...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru
56 days
You won’t find Zorro in Zorritos but you will find a rad beach. There’s no salt in Salta but there is bungee jumping. Sometimes you just gotta roll with the travel...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru
67 days
This trip is made for the following people: Unlucky lovers (hello La Paz Witches Market), wine snobs (hello Mendoza Valley) the sloth-like (hello Amazon Jungle) and people with...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile
32 days
Bolivia, Chile, Argentina – do South America in style. Touch down in lovely La Paz, rattle around in an old Potosi mine, do wheelies in the Uyuni salt flats and spend a...
Countries visited: Argentina, Brazil
2 days
Wikipedia says, "legend has it that a serpent god planned to marry a beautiful woman named Naipi, but she fled with her mortal lover in a canoe. In a rage, the serpent god...
Countries visited: Argentina, Chile
13 days
Think of this trip as South America’s best Europe impression. Santiago’s got sass and vineyards, Pucon has hiking and whitewater rafting. Argentina’s Lake...
Countries visited: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile
19 days
Bolivia, Argentina and Chile – a trip straight through the guts of South America. Forage through La Paz’s wack market stalls, journey into the underground in Potosi...
Countries visited: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay
17 days
Buenos Aires to Rio = a pretty freaking great trip. Try the world’s best steak in Buenos Aires, explore the cobbled streets of Colonia, chill at the beach in Montevideo,...
Countries visited: Antarctica, Argentina, Chile
9 days
Take advantage of the fastest, most direct way to Antarctica: flying.  A short three-hour flight takes you to the white continent where you will enjoy everything the...
Countries visited: Antarctica, Argentina, Chile
9 days
If you’re looking for a more efficient Antarctic experience, this is it. You will cruise south across the Drake Passage and experience the first Antarctic land and wildlife...
Countries visited: Antarctica, Argentina
15 days
Antarctica is bigger than Europe. It’s home to around 90% of the earth’s ice. In summer it’s light all day. Antarctic fish produce a natural anti-freeze chemical...
Countries visited: Antarctica, Argentina
11 days
Jump in Zodiacs to explore penguin rockeries and scout for humpback whales, orcas and leopard seals. Scramble up Orne Harbor view colonies of chinstrap penguins. Hike. Sit on the...

South America & Central America

Latin America will stir the senses and inspire the soul from wild Tierra del Fuego to cool, cobbled Havana. A dream destination for nature lovers, party goers and culture vultures alike, here is a vast land rich in natural beauty, relaxed beaches, mouth-watering cuisine, friendly folk, ancient ruins and big city nightlife.

Trek the Inca Trail and experience Machu Picchu in Peru, cruise the wildlife wonderland of the Galapagos, sip mojitos and salsa through Cuba, hike the vast pampas and peaks of Patagonia in Chile, party in Rio and explore the Amazon in Brazil, bathe under a full moon at the base of a waterfall in Ecuador, explore the cloud forests of Costa Rica, discover the beaches, volcanoes, markets and ruins of Mexico and Guatemala, bask by the Caribbean and explore the forests of Belize, Nicaragua and Honduras, Tango and eat succulent steak in Argentina and chill out in the old pirate strongholds of Colombia; wherever you are and whatever you do in Latin America, you’ll find it a land of startling contrasts, epic cities and grand landscapes, and a passionate match for your adventurous mind and heart.

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