Below are some sample itineraries to get you started. If you would like to visit somewhere not mentioned here just ask us - we can never include all possible areas and everything we do is tailor-made.
Itineraries are classified as follows: Classic: Our favourite itineraries.Press: Itineraries we have prepared to accompany press articles.Specialist: Specialist itineraries, such as trekking, rafting, fishing or riding.
Classic itineraries (just Argentina)
Classic Argentina - elegant Buenos Aires, wildlife, lakes, spectacular glaciers, and mountain walking
This 12 day itinerary visits the picturesque Lake District, Perito Moreno glacier near Calafate and includes a few days in the Fitzroy national park, with a focus on spectacular scenery.
This 13 day itinerary includes some of the less-visited parts of the country, taking in the rich wildlife of the Iberá wetlands, coloured canyons of north-west Argentina, Jesuit missions, and the famous Iguassu Falls.
Classic itineraries (including other countries)
Northern Chile and Argentina - a self-drive itinerary visiting desert and vineyards with Andean culture and breathtaking scenery
This 14 night self-drive itinerary includes the Atacama desert, the unique scenery of north-west Argentina, the wineries of both Argentina and Chile and the UNESCO city of Valparaiso.
Southern Grand Tour - fjords, glaciers, lakes and mountains, a classic combination of Chile and Argentina
A comprehensive 17 day trip around Argentina and Chile taking in Patagonia, a cruise through the fjords of Tierra del Fuego, and the beautiful and contrasting lake districts on both sides of the Andes.
The Carretera Austral - driving Patagonia's southern highway across rugged and remote terrain, taking in the stunning scenery along the way
A spectacular journey through the pristine wilderness of Chilean and Argentine Patagonia, best between November and May.
Specialist itineraries (just Argentina)
Fishing in Argentina - brown, rainbow and sea trout to explosive dorado amongst Argentina's stunning scenery
Argentina was the original Latin America fly-fishing destination, after trout and salmon introduced by the first European settlers thrived in Patagonian rivers.
Riding in Argentina - from multi-day rides along Andean trails, to joining a polo game near the capital or riding with the gauchos
Argentina offers some of the best and most varied riding in Latin America - you can play polo, ride with the gauchos, sleep under the stars on a camping ride, ford rivers, or gallop across the pampas plains. The riding is suited to both experienced and beginner riders.