If you love European-style cities, outdoor adventures, delicious wine, arid deserts, Andean culture, and magnificent waterfalls, Argentina might just have to be your next travel bucket list destination. It’s a massive country within South America and has so much to offer within its many terrains. It isn’t, however, normally considered a budget destination. But there are some ways to take advantage of the often troublesome economy so you end up getting the most out of every peso.

Iguazú Falls:

The stunning Iguazú Falls lie along Argentina's border with Brazil, with Iguazu National Park on the Argentinian side and Iguaçu National Park on the Brazilian side. Protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, these huge waterfalls are undoubtedly one of the most spectacular sights in South America. Visitors can get quite close to these thundering falls thanks to a network of easily accessible walkways and viewing platforms designed to provide the best possible views, including some at the bottom of the falls, an area known as the Devil's Throat.

Tierra del Fuego National Park :

The 156,000-acre Tierra del Fuego National Park extends all the way from Beagle Channel to the Chilean Border and northwards to Lago Kami. It's a paradise for hikers, with trails for all experience levels. Using the town of Ushuaia as a base, adventurers head out onto the park's hiking trails or along the coastline to explore its dramatic scenery, which includes everything from tall waterfalls, dense forests, and mountains, to beautiful glacier-fed lakes such as Roca and Fagnano.

Perito Moreno Glacier:

The main hub for tourists visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Patagonia's Los Glaciares National Park, the small town of El Calafate offers plenty of accommodation options and other amenities for visitors. It's here that most visitors join excursions to see the park's popular glaciers, most notably the stunning Perito Moreno Glacier, a massive 30-kilometer-long ice formation (and the world's third largest freshwater reserve) just 78 kilometers from the town center.

Ushuaia: The End of the World:

At the southern end of Argentina, Patagonia is famous for its spectacular landscapes: a dramatic mix of the Andes and long stretches of plains and plateaus. Most adventures here start in Ushuaia, the world's southernmost city. Established as a penal colony in the early 20th century and now a popular jumping-off point for trips to Antarctica or around Cape Horn, this town on Beagle Channel is surrounded by a unique landscape of mountains, sea, glaciers, and woods on the edge of the Tierra del Fuego National Park, with its spectacular scenery and diverse flora and fauna.

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Nidhi Purohit – March 03, 2020:

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Abhishek Patil – August 06, 2019:

Traveling with Fly bagna combines learning, adventure, and fun. We have had great experiences on all trips to England, France, Italy. The tour managers know their way around each destination and teach us about the history and culture of each site. I also love the cultural activities that we do (making pizza, painting ceramics) that give us a chance to physically connect with the places we visit. When challenges come up, Fly bagna has my back. That's why I can't wait for our next trip next year!


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