Argentina: Argentina is the largest country in the southern cone of South America. It is bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, Brazil to the northeast, Uruguay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east Drake passage to the south and Chile to the west. The highest mountain "Cerro Aconcagua" at 6960 Metes above sea level and the lowest lake "Laguna del Carbón" at 105m below sea level in South America, both are in Argentina.

It has all type of climates from Arid deserts to wetland, and access to Antarctica and Glaciers. What ever you are looking for in your holidays it is available in Argentenia.

Some of the must see and do in Argentina are:

  1. Buenos Aires: Nick named as the "Paris of the South", it is famous for its  architecture, boulevards, out door cafes and parks. Being the main international airport this would be the first and last destination for most tourists flying into Argentina. There are numerous art and history museums to visit and explore. It is also well known for its nightlife which does not start before 11:30 and end at sunrise.

  2. Ibera Wetlands: The Ibera wetlands are the second biggest wetlands in the world after the Pantanal in Brazil. It is a a natural refuge for hundreds and thousands of varied wildlife, fauna and flora, a paradise for nature lovers. Birds, caimans, capybaras, pampas deer, howler monkeys, maned wolves and armadillos can all be seen.

  3. Mendoza: The Mendoza wine region is the heart of the winemaking industry in Argentina and the producer of most of the world renown wines. Take a half or full day guided tour of several vineyards to sample the best of what Argentina has to offer. Learn how this dry area became a wine-growing oasis with irrigation techniques that capture the snow melt runoff from the Andes Mountains. The guides will demonstrate and show you the technique of wine tasting, wine production, the importance of the cork in the bottle and the correct way to handle a glass.

  4. Ushuaia: Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world. It is the base for skiing, hiking and cruises to Antarctica. It is the best place to find cheap last minute cruises to Antarctica. Spend time hiking, driving, and site seeing without running into other annoying tourists and see free roaming penguins.

  5. Recoleta Cemetery: Located in Buenos Aires, it is among some of the worlds most beautiful cemeteries. Send a few hours exploring and photographing this 14 acres  city of the dead. The streets are lined with impressive marble mausoleums, decorated with statues. Most of the city's elite and famous people are buried here.

  6. Laguna del Carbon: Laguna del Carbon is a salt lake in Santa Cruz Province of Argentina. It is 105 meters below sea level and the lowest place in the American continent. It would be hard to find another place in the American continent that is so readily accessible and yet so mystifying, so foreign, so inscrutable.

  7. Cerro Aconcagua:  Cerro Aconcagua is the highest point in the western and southern Hemisphere. It is often called the 'roof of the Americas.' The volcanic summit of Aconcagua covers a base of uplifted marine sediments. Reaching the summit requires a commitment of at least 13 to 15 days, including acclimatization time.

  8. Puerto Iguazu & Iguazu Falls: Situated near the Triple Frontier, where Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina meet. It is home to the Museum of Images of the Jungle, the Mborore Museum, a bird rehabilitation center and the famed Iguazu National Park of the world famous Iguazu Falls . These falls are taller than Niagara falls and twice as wide and is shared with Brazil. 275 waterfalls cascade through the Argentinean and Brazilian national parks and once you see the Devil’s throat you won’t regret the trip.


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