Argentina Travel: Let's Tango
In this section you will find famous tourist sites or unique aspects of Argentina to guide your ... read more »
Before you visit Argentina, you'll want to get acquainted with its history and cultural practices. ... read more »
If you're coming from the United States, the best way is to fly to Argentina. You'll have to fly ... read more »
In this section you can find a number of sites that provide hotel reviews and reservation information for both Buenos Aires and Argentina as a whole. You will also find information about camping and backpacking and home-stays on local farms.
- If you're planning on camping or backpacking, buy a cheap, easy-to-pack stove and fuel when you arrive in Argentina as you may not be able to check those items on an international flight. Also pack for all kinds of weather because parts of Argentina can be very cool even in the summertime.
- In Argentina working ranches and farms, called estancias, open their doors to travelers for warm meals and lodging. Keep in mind that they do not function as bed and breakfasts and you are expected to sit down to a family dinner and can lend a hand if you like.
- Take a look at the general hotel and hostel search sites in the picks below to help you pick the best places to stay in Argentina and find good deals. If you're planning on visiting in November or December, be sure to book well in advance as these are the peak months.
- The Bradt Trekking Guide is a British travel guide. If you're planning on doing any backpacking or hiking, pick up a copy. You'll find all the information you need about safety, trail etiquette, as well as route descriptions and trail maps.
As we mentioned in the beginning of the guide, Argentina is an expansive country with lots to see ... read more »