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"Of all the countries in Central and South America, I think Argentina just might be the one I would like to live in most.
The food is great, and the Argentines are such a fun-loving crowd!"
Glamor is the key. With its expansive boulevards and atmospheric old bars, Buenos Aires is a place where even the cemeteries ooze sophistication. Here, the mystique of legends like Eva Perón and tango god Carlos Gardel hovers over every obelisk and Art Deco hotel.
Argentina’s landscapes are no less bewitching. Sapphire lakes, windswept pampas, thundering falls, a glacier that’s actually expanding: this is a region where nature decks herself out to dazzle even the most casual visitor. Whether you’re among the rainbow-colored mountains of Salta in the north or the frozen steppes of Tierra del Fuego in the extreme south, you’ll be awed by the immensity of South America’s largest Spanish-speaking country.
Here are just a few of the other marvels on display in the “Land of Silver”:
Mountains and lakes, and glaciers, oh my! Add to that, vineyards of the Central Andes, Buenos Aires and the mighty Iguazú.
Duration:: 13 days, 12 nights
Calling all outdoor enthusiasts! If your ideal vacation includes exploration of exciting new territories, look no further.
Duration:: 11 days, 10 nights
Beginning in Buenos Aires, travel south to El Calafate and Ushuaia before cruising to fjords to Punta Arenas and Torres del Paine National Park.
Duration:: 17 days, 16 nights
We had a wonderful experience. Lost World Adventures agents lined out the itinerary just the way we wanted and the local tour agents and drivers were all on time and very nice and informative. I was very nervous about trusting an online travel agency . But everything was wonderful. I would use them again.