Things to Do in Argentina
With a richly rewarding diversity of experiences is on offer it can be difficult to decide what to do in Argentina. That’s why our Argentina travel specialists have pulled together some of the best things to do in Argentina, for you to choose from.
From hiking through epic Patagonian landscapes to, dancing the tango, playing polo or football in Buenos Aires, to thundering jungle waterfalls and incredible wildlife spectacles to, salt pans, Inca villages and gorgeous wine estates in the shadow of the high Andes there are incredible experiences to be had in Argentina. Our Argentina itineraries pull together some fantastic things to do into a single trip, often visiting 2-3 places to give you a rounded experience. These are designed around particular interests, geographic areas or the amount of time that you have. Ultimately, every Scott Dunn holiday is tailormade to you, so these itineraries should be considered a starting point that can be customised to suit you. Have you looked at some of the fantastic hotels in Argentina? These have been selected based on their commitment to guest experience, the quality of their facilities and their proximity to unforgettable experiences. Browse through all the information on our website or get in touch to start planning your Argentina adventure with the help of our very experienced team.
A Night at the Opera
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Considered to be one of the finest opera houses in the world - enjoy a spectacular evening at the Opera in Buenos Aires in the splendid surroundings of the iconic Teatro Colon.
Across the River Plate to Colonia
Take the fast ferry from Buenos Aires' port to the charming and lively UNESCO world heritage town of Colonia on the shores of the Rio de la Plata in neighbouring Uruguay. Explore the historic quarter and top highlights with your very own private guide.
Full Day Isla Victoria Experience
Lake District, Argentina
Sail across the serene waters of Lake Nahuel Huapi to reach Isla Victoria, a unique island with a diverse wealth of natural attractions. Hike woodland trails, observing local wildlife as you go and tuck into a delicious gourmet picnic at lunch time.
Half day visit to the Hornocal mountains
Salta and Jujuy, Argentina
A real highlight of your stay in this region, travel through the town of Humahuaca to the beautiful coloured Hornocal mountains. Named the Hills of Seven Colours, the unique geology of the area has formed ribbons of colours across the hillside.
Kayaking at Perito Moreno Glacier
Southern Patagonia, Argentina
Kayak up close to the mighty Perito Moreno Glacier in Argentine Patagonia and paddle past as huge chunks of ice carve off into the water below. Learn about the incredible geography and history of this impressive UNESCO site.
Mini Ice Trek: Perito Moreno
Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina
An exhilarating mini-trekking adventure across the vast Perito Moreno Glacier. Set with ropes and crampons, hike on a sea of ice amidst lakes, lagoons and mountains for stunning views of the Patagonian wilderness.
Perito Moreno Glacier - Full Day
Los Glaciares National Park, Patagonia
Get up close to one of the world’s most famous glaciers on an unforgettable boat trip to Perito Moreno. This staggering ice form is viewed from extensive platforms which offer far-reaching views across the glacier to the snow-capped mountains beyond.
Private Half Day Lakeside Adventure & Wine
Lake District, Argentina
Experience the abundance of activities on offer in Argentina's jaw-dropping Lake District; take in scenic views of Nahuel Huapi Lake, snow capped mountains and waterfalls as you trek, kayak and rappel. Scenic picnic lunch with wine pairings included.
Private Wine Tasting in Buenos Aires
Love Malbec and want to sample more? Or perhaps you're keen to taste other varietals such as Torrontes or Bonarda? Whatever your palate, our acclaimed sommelier will guide you around Argentina's best wines with a tailor-made tasting in Palermo.
Ranch experience at Estancia Nibepo Aike
Los Glaciares National Park, Southern Patagonia, Argentina
Get to grips with life on a typical Argentinian estancia, learning about their traditions, the role the horses have to play on the farm and what it takes to be a genuine gaucho.