Smile. You’ve LANDED in Argentina.

With territory extending from Antarctica to the tropics, and from the Andes to the Atlantic, Argentina is the second-largest country in South America. When wistful travelers try to summarize trips to Argentina, their stream-of-consciousness exclamations include glaciers, mountains, vineyards, horse riding, polo, silver, tango, fine food, and elegant luxury hotels.







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Where to go in Argentina

Explore Major Cities

Discover all Argentina has to offer. From the stunning capital of Buenos Aires to Mendoza and beyond, each city offers something unique.

Buenos Aires

The city of Buenos Aires is a must-see destination in Argentina. Stroll along its beautiful cobblestone streets, explore its vibrant neighborhoods, and tour iconic landmarks like the Casa Rosada.


Cordoba is the second largest city in the country and a major cultural center. Here you will find some of Argentina's best restaurants, shops, galleries, and nightlife.


Mendoza, nestled in the foothills of the Andes, offers stunning mountain vistas and a vibrant cultural scene. Renowned for its vineyards, the city is a wine lover's paradise.

Explore Nature & Adventure Destinations

From the stunning glaciers of Patagonia to the lush rainforest of Misiones, Argentina has some of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world. Here are some must-see outdoor destinations.

Iguazu Falls

The magnificent Iguazu Falls are one of South America's most impressive waterfalls, located on the border between Argentina and Brazil. Spend a day exploring this majestic natural wonder and take in the breathtaking views from various vantage points.

Perito Moreno

The Perito Moreno Glacier is one of Argentina's most spectacular attractions. Located within Los Glaciares National Park, this iconic glacier stretches over 19 miles long, with towering cliffs that reach heights of over 300 feet.

Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego National Park is located on a remote island at the southern tip of Argentina. It is home to some of the world's most stunning landscapes and wildlife, including glaciers, forests, lagoons, and species from penguins to sea lions.


The wild and rugged Patagonia region offers some of the most stunning scenery in Argentina. Explore its majestic mountains, steppe plains, fjords, glaciers, winding rivers, lush forests, and abundant wildlife.

LANDED provides personalized, custom travel within Central America, South America, and the Antarctic. We’ll create a unique itinerary plan tailored to your interests and dreams. Experience the trip of a lifetime. Please speak with one of our expert travel planners today at 801.582.2100.

Luxury accommodations in Argentina

Argentina’s hospitality scene is as diverse and captivating as its landscapes. Whether you’re looking for a cosmopolitan retreat in the heart of a bustling city or a serene escape nestled amidst verdant vines, Argentina boasts an array of luxury accommodations to enhance your travel experience.

Albums & Stories

We have meticulously curated an exquisite collection of all the essential information and sought-after insights to help you envision Argentina as your ultimate luxury travel destination. Whether you seek refined tips, exclusive packing lists, captivating interviews, or awe-inspiring photographs, our comprehensive compilation encapsulates everything about this remarkable country.

Celine Frers – Photography in Patagonia

Join us as we explore the Patagonian country life through the lens of Argentinian photographer...

5 Extraordinary National Parks in Latin America

Embark on a captivating journey through Latin America's most extraordinary national parks. Immerse yourself in...

Nicolas Di Costanzo – Chalten Camp

A conversation with Nicolas Di Costanzo from Chalten Camp, in which we discuss other definitions...

Marcelo Toledo

A conversation with the Argentinian silversmith Marcelo Toledo in which we discuss art as a...

Travel to Patagonia with Kids

Patagonia is an adventurer’s paradise, a region of natural beauty and wonder that is sure...

Savoring Latin America: LANDED’s Favorite Restaurants

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What is the best time to visit Argentina?

Wondering about the best time to visit Argentina? It’s a question that deserves careful consideration of the location, seasonal climate, and popularity of other travelers.

Argentina is a huge country, with latitudes from the tropical to the sub-Arctic. Each destination has something to offer throughout the year. Remember that seasons are reversed in the Southern Hemisphere. December, January, and March are the warmer months. The shoulder season months (October / November and April / May) tend to have fewer visitors, a good climate, and better values.

What language is spoken in Argentina?

Spanish is the official and predominant language in Argentina. English is spoken in locations frequented by foreign visitors and in larger cities, but in rural areas, it’s all Spanish. At LANDED, we offer the services of a bilingual tour guide to ensure you don’t miss a single detail of the rich cultural information shared during your travels.

What should I pack for Argentina?

What to pack for your trip to Argentina depends on which destinations you’ll visit, how long you’ll be away, what you’ll be doing in Argentina, and the time of year.

Still, here are some essentials to help you get started:

  • Passport. Lock the original in the hotel safe and keep a copy (say, a photo of the passport’s photo page) with you at all times.
  • US cash in small denominations for tips. Currency exchange establishments will only take $100 dollar bills (clean, un-torn bills). US dollars are happily accepted throughout Argentina and may help you obtain better prices at shops.
  • Credit & ATM cards. ATMs are available and major credit cards are accepted at most restaurants and hotels. Please confirm your travel dates and destinations with your card issuers before you leave the country.
  • Airline flight information
  • Camera, batteries, & data cards (or film, if your hands are occasionally scented by fixer or selenium)
  • Electrical adapter, universal surge protector, & power strip
  • Daypack or small backpack
  • Sun protection (sunblock, sunhat, & sunglasses)
  • Insect repellant & antihistamine (anti-itch) spray if you’re headed to the tropical north
  • Prescription medications
  • Rain jacket
  • Synthetic fleece pullover or other warm layers
  • Swimwear
  • Light, informal clothing for dining and hotel or in cities (it’s amazing how versatile a charcoal grey sweater can be). In the evening locals usually dress smart casual or business casual but some restaurants are more formal.
  • Comfortable walking or hiking shoes
  • Wind-resistant jacket, gloves, hat, and trekking pants (if you’re headed to the Andes and/or Patagonia).
  • Casual dress code is recommended if you are planning on an Estancia day. Jeans or Khakis with a shirt, comfortable walking shoes or boots. Avoid inner seams if you plan to go horse riding.
  • If you are planning to Tango, or at least giving it a try, then women are suggested comfortable high heels while men should try to wear flat, non-rubber sole shoes. For Tango Gala Nights, elegant evening attire is required. Men: Suits or Jackets. Women: elegant evening attire (not long).

LANDED has also prepared a special packing list for travelers visiting Patagonia.

How safe is Argentina?

Argentina is generally quite safe; however, common-sense precautions are still important. Buenos Aires is one of the largest cities in the world; big city awareness is appropriate. Bag snatchers and pickpockets target public transportation hubs and tourist areas. As a general rule, you should not be out in the streets alone after dark. Stay in well-lit areas and be aware of your surroundings. Most incidents occur in the street. Keep your travel documents (e.g. passports) in the hotel safe or concealed in a zippered pocket. Leave that flashy wristwatch at home or in the hotel security box.

What's not to miss in Argentina?

No matter how short your visit is, you’ll want to experience some of the essential Argentina experiences. You won’t want to miss:

No matter where you go or what you do, you’re sure to enjoy an unforgettable trip that will linger in your memories for years to come. With LANDED, the possibilities are limitless! Contact us today and start planning your adventure.

Luxury Travel Guides

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Antarctica Guide

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