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Argentina
Streaking down the southeastern part of South America, megadiverse Argentina links the Andes and the Atlantic Coast to Patagonia and the gateway to Antarctica. From mountain peaks to subtropical wetlands, it’s a country of outstanding natural beauty, and also one with a rich multitude of cultural influences.
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Perito Moreno Glacier
The blinding white glaciers which originate in Los Glaciares National Park form the world’s third largest fresh water reserve. Most spectacular of them all is 19 mile long Perito Moreno Glacier.
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Argentina's Estancias
The rugged gaucho is an Argentine icon, and you can experience his horseback lifestyle when you stay in one of Argentina’s estancias. The historic houses on these sprawling estates have often been converted into luxurious country hotels. You’ll ride out each day toward the horizon, not knowing wh...
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La Boca
Historic Boca is in the heart of Buenos Aires. Of all of the city’s barrios, it has the most European feel. Many of the settlers were Genoese, which accounts or the Italian influence, and it’s now an eclectic and diverse neighbourhood where tango clubs are side by side with tavernas.
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Wildlife and Marine Life
Argentina has more ecosystems than almost anywhere else in the world. There are nearly 10,000 species of plants here, plus more than 1,000 species of birds. Whether you venture into the subtropical north or glacial south, anticipate astonishing wildlife watching.
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A Day Exploring Iguazu Falls
Iguazu Falls is the most spectacular waterfall in the world, linking Argentina to Brazil. This imposing natural wonder and the surrounding Iguazu National Park, offers not only spectacular views of the falls, but hiking trails, safari, and rafting as well.
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Food and drink
The fertile plains and Andean foothills near Mendoza has produced wines since the Jesuits arrived in the 16th century. Explore some of the 2,000 bodegas with Journeysmiths to discover some amazing estate-bottled vintages. Argentina is famed for its superb meats and fresh produce and you’re assure...
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Ushuaia and Tierra del Fuego
Ushuaia is at the end of the world, the southernmost town in South America. It’s the starting point for Antarctic voyages, and, as importantly, the gateway to the Tierra del Fuego. The “Land of Fire” archipelago is characterised by glaciers and lakes, and is populated by whale, dolphin, and seal.