Limitless Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentine Patagonia, Mendoza & Cordoba
10 nights private tour

Packed full of personally curated experiences and utterly luxurious properties in wilder than wild locations, this epic Argentina itinerary will push the limits of your imagination. Our expert local guides will unlock secret boltholes known only to a few, to take you on an ultra-exclusive journey through Argentina.

Limitless Argentina
At a glance
  • Venture into the home of a renowned chef in Buenos Aires and be greeted by a musical reception before learning the art of making empanadas

  • Experience limitless luxury combined with epic outdoor adventures at the pioneering Explora property in Argentine Patagonia

  • Sail across Lake Nahuel Huapi to the sparsely populated Isla Victoria and enjoy a gourmet lunch on a secluded beach

  • Indulge in Argentina’s finest food and wine in Mendoza, visiting handpicked wineries to taste some of the country’s most innovative wines

Journey highlights
  • Venture into the home of a renowned chef in Buenos Aires and be greeted by a musical reception before learning the art of making empanadas

  • Experience limitless luxury combined with epic outdoor adventures at the pioneering Explora property in Argentine Patagonia

  • Sail across Lake Nahuel Huapi to the sparsely populated Isla Victoria and enjoy a gourmet lunch on a secluded beach

  • Indulge in Argentina’s finest food and wine in Mendoza, visiting handpicked wineries to taste some of the country’s most innovative wines

  • Limitless itinerary:The height of inspiring adventure, our Limitless Journeys provide authentic insight, ultra-luxury private experiences and access to the inaccessible
Our tailor made journeys include:
  • Your dedicated Travel Consultant who will take care of arrangements
  • Private international airport transfers in destination
  • Your own private, English-speaking local guides
  • Unique experiences, hand-picked by our Journeys team
  • Entrance to must-see local sites
  • Dedicated 24/7 team providing in-country support and guidance
  • Complimentary access to My Scott Dunn – industry-leading travel app providing pre-departure information and in-journey support

When to visit

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Buenos Aires is a year round destination, spring and autumn (October/November and April/May) being the most pleasant. It can be hot and humid in the peak summer months of January and February. Winter is usually pretty mild.

Itinerary

Fly to Buenos Aires
Day 1-3

Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires and the Pampas, Argentina

Welcome to the busy streets and infectious tango rhythm of Buenos Aires. Your base for the next two nights is the smart boutique hotel Algodon Mansion. The hotel’s 1912 French classical landmark building has been impeccably restored and re-imagined with stylish contemporary elegance. With just ten sophisticated suites you can expect ultimate privacy and personalised service. Located right in the heart of Recoleta in the most refined part of town, you’ll be perfectly placed to mingle with Buenos Aires’ high and mighty, and should you want to, take in a show at Teatro Colon. Unlock the secrets of this buzzing metropolis on a private guided tour with one of our expert local guides. Discover the city’s distinct neighbourhoods, from the colourful houses of La Boca to the trendy Palermo district. Finish the tour by heading to the leafy suburb of San Isidro, where you’ll learn to cook empanadas in the home of a renowned local chef. You’ll be greeted on arrival with a live music performance and a plate of cold meats and fine wine, setting the tone for a fabulous afternoon. The chance to interact with the chef in their own home makes it a really enriching experience, and your new-found empanada skills are certain to wow at dinner parties back home. You’ll have plenty of time to explore the city at your own pace too, strolling the grand boulevards and pitching up at heritage bars to watch the glamorous city folk passing by.

Accommodation: Algodon Mansion ( 2 nights )
Day 3-6

El Chalten & Los Glaciares National Park, Southern Patagonia, Argentina

Plunge into the tranquillity of Patagonia this morning as you fly to El Calafate. You’ll waste no time immersing yourself in the chilling beauty of the region. Our driver will meet you at the airport and transfer you straight to Perito Moreno Glacier, where you’ll be able to wander the winding boardwalks to enjoy spine-tingling views of one of the world’s only advancing glaciers. Enjoy a picnic lunch and glass of wine looking out over the glacier, before continuing your journey to Explora El Chaltén where you’ll spend the next three nights. Blending limitless luxury with boundary-pushing adventure, Explora’s pioneering properties put you at the heart of the Latin American wilderness. An extensive list of excursions is fully included in your stay, allowing you to jump feet-first into this utterly mind-blowing region and leave no stone unturned. Whether you’re out hiking in the Electric Valley or ice trekking on the Marconi Glacier, every activity is meticulously thought-through and comes with a sprinkling of the Explora magic. Expect flasks of strong coffee and home-cooked treats as you pause mid-morning, fairy-tale picnics with no expense spared when you break for lunch, and an elaborate drinks selection to emerge from nowhere as the sun starts to set.

Accommodation: Explora El Chaltén ( 3 nights )
Day 6-9

Mendoza, Argentina

Your journey is about to get yet more indulgent as you fly to Mendoza. This is the heart of wine country and the culinary capital of Argentina. Nestled amongst the lush vines, your base for the next three nights is the award-winning Cavas Wine Lodge. The lodge prides itself on an understated elegance with discreet service, privacy and refined comfort. You’ll sink into the property’s sumptuous facilities whilst absorbing views of the vineyards against a backdrop of Andean peaks. The Mendoza region is home to over 900 wineries and our expert guides will handpick a selection for you to visit tailored around what makes you tick. You’ll meet winemakers whose families have dedicated their lives to the trade for generations, and who will share the magic of this industry with you over a few of their most revered vintages. After a day touring a number of different vineyards, you’ll enjoy an elaborate lunch at the award-winning Piedra Infinita by Zuccardi. A truly innovative winery with worldwide accolades, you can expect delectable food served with the most skilful wine pairings to bring out even the subtlest of flavours. Back at Cavas, lounge by the pool, go for a massage at the spa or simply kick back on the terrace with a drink. Being a Relais & Chateaux property, cuisine is a major focus here and you can expect a rotating menu of high quality, locally sourced and creative dishes that highlight Mendoza’s reputation for excellent food.

Accommodation: Cavas Wine Lodge ( 3 nights )
Day 9-11

Cordoba, Argentina

You’ve got time for one last adventure. Fly to Cordoba where you will spend your final two nights at Estancia Los Potreros. Lean into the tranquillity of the rugged Argentinean countryside and choose to be as active or relaxed as you wish. If you’ve got energy left to burn, the estancia offers some of the best horse riding in all of Argentina. Saddle up and head out with the gauchos to help them survey their territory while learning about their traditional way of life. However you choose to pass these final days, you’ll enjoy one last spell of first-class Argentine hospitality and cuisine which will leave you hankering to return.

Accommodation: Estancia Los Potreros ( 2 nights )
Fly home from Buenos Aires
We design each itinerary around you, so this suggested itinerary is a starting point that we can tweak or transform into something completely bespoke to you.
Call us on +65 6028 0820 to start planning your holiday.

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Best time to visit
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Average time to visit

Buenos Aires is a year round destination, spring and autumn (October/November and April/May) being the most pleasant. It can be hot and humid in the peak summer months of January and February. Winter is usually pretty mild.

Limitless Argentina
Limitless Argentina

We design each itinerary around you, so this suggested itineraryis a starting point that we can tweak or transform into something completely bespoke to you. Call us on +65 6028 0820 to start planning your holiday.

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