If you’ve always wanted to dance the Tango, Argentina is the place to learn.
Exciting Buenos Aries has an atmosphere rich in Spanish culture and architecture, and the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, is the gateway to Antarctica. Spend your nights in a working Estancia where Gaucho cowboys round up some of the world’s finest beef, try a tasting tour through the highest vineyards in the world and visit the mighty Iguazu Falls.
"Me and my boyfriend had an absolutley amazing time in Iguazu Falls!
First we hesitated to go by bus for so many hours, but the bus was really comfortable: we were served good meals and wine during the ride, we saw some good movies and slept well. The 17 hour bus ride didn't at all feel that bad, a..."
reviewed 28 Feb
Me and my friend are booked onto this trip (and are spending an extra couple of days in the Manga hostel in Brazil at the start) - would be nice to say hi to any fellow travellers :)"
commented 26 Apr
"This was a brilliant tour. We actually went BA, Iguassu Falls, Rio and added on a couple of night in Santiago. The guides were excellent and the accommodation was great. I recommend you stay at Hotel de Cataratas at Iguassu Falls. You get the benefit of one of the World's best hotels in an incompara..."
reviewed 3 Dec
I'll by flying into BA via Copenhagen and Newark on August 4th and then departing Lima on sept 14th. I haven't booked a hostel in Lima either, but found 2 in Mira Flores that I like. Haven't decided on a hostel in BA either, the hostel oasis recomends is aparently not good for sleeping..."
commented 2 Mar
"I travelled on the Antarctic Peninsula trip with 50 Degrees North in early 2012. Due to the flight connections, I had to stay for a night in Buenos Aires on the way, Tietse at 50 Degrees North booked the hotel and pickup/drop off transfers and I thoroughly enjoyed a well organised stop over in a be..."
reviewed 24 Oct