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Argentina

No other Latin American country has so seamlessly blended colonial influences with native culture as Argentina. Here, highlights include, but are not limited to: vast Patagonia, the winelands of Mendoza and the cultural hub of Buenos Aires.

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Itineraries We Love

We believe that itineraries need to be personalized, and can work for anyone from honeymooners and adventurers to families and multi-gen groups as long as they are tailored to your interests. Here are some of our favorites; many more can be created by our expert team.

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    Iconic Argentina

    This itinerary allows guests to experience Argentina’s best of the best, insuring a great mix of the city and country, as well as the option to customize the experience to your interests, be they culinary, adventurous or leisurely.

    This itinerary allows guests to experience Argentina’s best of the best, insuring a great mix of the city and country, as well as the option to customize the experience to your interests, be they culinary, adventurous or leisurely.

    • When to Go

      The best time to travel to Argentina is from November–March, with January being the warmest month and July being the coldest.

    • Ideal Length of Stay

      7-10 Days

    • Itinerary Highlights

      Tango dancing and shopping in Buenos Aires, visiting polo retreats, wine tasting in Mendoza, glacier hiking in Patagonia.

    • Day 1-3: Buenos Aires

      Travelers could easily fill their time in Buenos Aires with nothing but shopping and dining, but they’d miss out on amazing art museums like Malba and the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes and such sporting events as a polo or soccer match. Indagare members can contact our Bookings Team for help with trip planning, including behind-the-scenes access, customized recommendations, itineraries and excellent guides.

    • Day 4-7: Patagonia

      Enjoy several days in Patagonia, an otherworldly destination with lunar-like landscapes, deep glacial lakes and spectacular glaciers. The Southern Patagonian Ice Field feeds almost 50 glaciers, but Perito Moreno is arguably the most famous. Indagare advises planning far ahead to get the most out of a trip to Patagonia; contact us to arrange private full-day treks and visits to local estancias.

    • Day 8-9: Mendoza

      End your trip in the indulgent Mendoza wine region, which receives more than 300 days of sunlight each year. Days seem to slip away quickly here, so resist the urge to over-schedule. Three winery visits—the third with reservations for a lunch pairing—will leave you both full and fulfilled. By dessert wine, everyone is ready for a siesta, so book a spa treatment or find a chaise in the sun and snooze away the afternoon.

Plan With Us

Here are the top three reasons why you should plan your next trip with us.

1

Matchmaking

You dream out loud. We listen to your travel preferences and needs. And together, we craft the perfect trip.

2

Trusted Network

For more than twenty years, we have built relationships with a network of premier partners and guides, assuring that you will travel as part of the Indagare family.

3

Peace of Mind

From planning to execution, we have you covered every step of the way. We offer support on the ground and in our office, so you have a partner at all times.

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