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Last Frontiers' articles for Argentina (all categories)

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Nicola's tips on El Calafate

After an epic couple of weeks travelling Chile from tip to toe, I left Torres del Paine National Park and headed north across the barren border to Argentina. Having lived in Buenos Aires for three incredible years, I was thrilled about the prospect of finally heading back. Yet before reaching the bo... Read more»

Posted in: Trip reports
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Argentina and Chile - Nicola defines luxury

Luxury Travel - what does it mean?  With everyone from EasyJet to Harrods advertising ‘luxury holidays’, ‘luxury villas’, and ‘luxury tours,’ the term has rather lost its meaning - or at least become a bit confusing. What is clear however is that ‘luxury’ means different things to different people.... Read more»

Posted in: Trip reports
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Easter holidays 2017 - a collection of 18 day itineraries from Last Frontiers

For just 9 days leave you can head to Latin America for an epic 18 day Last Frontiers adventure, maximising on time out of the office and making the most of the rare opportunity to spend 18 days away over the Easter break. Departing Good Friday (14 April) you won’t need to be back at your desk until... Read more»

Posted in: Press releases, News
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Ali In Mendoza

Whenever possible, we always suggest being based outside Mendoza city and closer to the wineries, to make the most of the region. I visited three key wine valleys, each differing in altitude and climate, and therefore offering a variety of complexities to wine production. Maipu Valley is south-east... Read more»

Posted in: Trip reports
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Patagonia: Earth's Secret Paradise

The BBC's new documentary series focuses on Patagonia - the wild and beautiful wilderness of Latin America's far south spanning Chile and Argentina. The 3 part series explores the wildlife and local people that thrive in the seemingly uninhabitable landscape from the mighty Andes mountains to Cape H... Read more»

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Argentina recommended reading

Here is a selection of books we like relating to Argentina: Journalist Chris Moss' book, published in 2008, documents part of his journey as he crossed the continent from the Atlantic to the Andes. He wrote an evocative article in the Telegraph here describing one journey that inspired it in Welsh P... Read more»

Posted in: Travel books, Novels, Guide books
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Lizzy in Argentina

In March I was very fortunate to return to Argentina. Having previously been no further south than Calafate, I was excited at the prospect of going to the world’s most southern city - Ushuaia. My trip started with a three night stay in Buenos Aires, at the lovely Park Hyatt Palacio Duhau. I have be... Read more»

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Sue in north-west Argentina

When I was invited to north-west Argentina I jumped at the opportunity. Having travelled extensively elsewhere within the country this less-visited corner had long been on my wish list. The region is known for its extreme landscapes, friendly people and excellent wine, and it did not disappoint! Sal... Read more»

Posted in: Riding, Trip reports
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