Travels in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru




From Iguazu in the far north to Antarctica in the south, Argentina offers a great variety of landscapes.

Complete routes

Check the possibilities for ready made and custom build itineraries for both Group- and Individual travel. We give you some examples. You can use our examples as a starting point for your travels. You can add and omit whatever you want, include excursions, car rental, etc. It is your journey and we want it to be completely yours.

Aconcagua mountain


Aconcagua is the highest American mountain, 6962 meter. It is Argentina territory, located in the high Andes range between Chile and Argentina. Here ran the old train railway between Chile and Argentina, leaving some nice memories.



The white continent, with 7 species of penguins, 8 different whales, 6 different seals and quite a bit of big seabirds. Maybe a dream, now easy to accomplish. The starting point is the beautiful southernmost city of the world, Ushuaia. There you just board and off you go.

Tango Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is energetic with its wide avenues, grand buildings, pleasant squares and the tango. Discover the Mayo square, stroll between art and kitsch in the cobblestone San Telmo streets, zip a wine and eat the best steak you ever had.

Fitzroy mountain, El Chalten

El Chalten

Head for 2 wonderful hikes to the small village of El Chalten. Hike up for spectacular views of Fitzroy Mountain. Continue to Lake Torre to enjoy floating icebergs. You might encounter a grey fox, the big red woodpecker and the Andean condor.

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu falls

Iguazu means big water in the local Guarani language. And big water it is. With around 300 falls the worlds most extended falls. The Argentinian side offers the spectacular close to the falls experience, the Brazilian site supports overview.


Montevideo/Colonia (Uruguay)

These two destinations are easy reachable in a two- or three day-tour from Buenos Aires. You will cross the estuary of the Rio Plata in one hour to Colonia and in three hours to Uruguay`s capital Montevideo. An interesting and different world.

Sea lions

Peninsula Valdes

Peninsula Valdes houses within its Patagonian Steppe landscape a particularly wildlife. From June until mid December there are whales. You will see sealions and elephant seals. Maybe you will spot an orca.

Perito Moreno Glacier

Perito Moreno glacier
Perito Moreno is one of the 48 glaciers fed by the 350 km long Southern Patagonian icefield. With a 5 km width and over 30 km length it is a deep blue pure ice mass. Breaking parts will make your day complete.

Salta to Cafayate

Salta to Cafayate

Take a two-day tour to explore the special landscapes between Salta and Cafayate. You will travel through Yungas, over a high pass, through the national park of Cardones, past grey and red formations.

Lighthouse les Eclaireurs, Ushuaia


Visit Ushuaia, most southern city of the world. Navigate the Beagle channel, stroll around national park Tierra del Fuego, visit one of the small local museums, enjoy lovely seafood, king crab and a special black hake.