• Discover Argentina’s stunning natural beauty with boat cruises under Iguazú Falls’ giant torrents and alongside Patagonia’s glacial ice floes
  • Let guided touring and a tango show introduce you to Buenos Aires’ mix of European charm and Latin beauty
  • End with an all-inclusive stay in a gaucho’s estancia for games of polo, indulgent dining and bike rides through the Pampas

Between a delightfully European disposition and instantly recognisable Latin flavours – found everywhere from mouth-watering restaurants to tango halls and cowboy estancias – Argentina is a unique proposition. It’s all imagined among a spectacular natural world where glaciers carve out entire mountains and whole oceans crash over waterfall precipices. Start in Buenos Aires for tango-hall dinners and tours of creative barrio neighbourhoods before plunging south into Patagonia to walk on glaciers and cruise among their ice floes. Then, dip into Brazil for Iguazú Falls – a true wonder of the natural world – before ending with an all-inclusive estancia stay in the Pampas lowlands. Here you’ll while days away fishing and horse riding as you enjoy the region’s viticulture and fine gastronomy. 

Day 1

Depart UK

Start your trip with some premium-lounge relaxation before your overnight flight.

Days 2 – 4

Buenos Aires’ tango tempos and artists’ enclaves

Arriving into the Argentine capital, a private transfer will bring you to your city-centre hotel whose grand Art Deco flourishes and luxurious spa are the perfect introduction to the city’s European sensibilities. To get you further acquainted, we’ve included a private tour of the city’s leafy plazas, historic parks and its La Boca neighbourhood. Here, a truly multi-coloured tumble of ramshackle buildings houses everything from waterside art galleries to run-down naval residences and the Bombonera where the beloved Boca Juniors play to die-hard football fanatics.

You’ll also get a taste of the city’s famous Latin rhythms with an included tango show. Here you'll enjoy a traditional Argentine dinner with wine included as world-class dancers perform to a live quintet. It's a truly exhilarating night.

Breakfast included

Mural in La Boca neighbourhood, Buenos Aires

La Boca

View of the Argentine Congress from the Congressional Plaza, Buenos Aires

The Congressional Plaza

Roja tango show at the Faerna Hotel, Buenos Aires

Tango show

Days 5 – 7

Patagonian glaciers

Fly south for a private transfer to your Relais and Châteaux lodge whose 10,000-acre slice of Patagonia is dotted with horse-riding trails that are framed by snow-capped peaks. It’s your luxury gateway into the famous Los Glaciares National Park, which you'll explore on a private tour of the colossal Perito Moreno – one of the world’s last expanding glaciers. Heading past herds of flamingos and soaring condors, you'll first take in the views from a connected series of walkways before joining an included boat trip to watch as giant bergs calve off its face to fall with an almighty crash into Lago Argentino.

There’s also the option of hiking the glacier itself. In low season (May-September) you'll stay at the wonderful Esplendor, a contemporary gem just moments from the famous glacier. Take advantage of the indoor pool and sauna alongside stunning, design-led suites that overlook Patagonia's awe-inspiring scenery. 

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner included

Perito Moreneo Glacier, Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina

Perito Moreneo Glacier

Eolo Lodge, Calafate

Eolo Lodge, Calafate

Days 8 – 9

Iguazú Falls – the world’s largest waterfall system

Flying back north you’ll arrive at Iguazú Falls, so large and coveted that it straddles the border between Brazil and Argentina. Nearly 300 cascades carve through its jungle-clad route, forming a truly awe-inspiring sight. On arrival, a private transfer will whisk you across the border into Brazil to stay in Portuguese elegance at the only hotel found within the falls’ national park – the Belmond Las Cataratas.

Located within walking distance of the falls, it's the ideal base for private guided tours that bring you first to the plunging torrents of the Argentine side's Devil's Throat - you'll even get right up close with a boat ride, shooting through narrow gorges - before a half day of sweeping panoramas from the boardwalks of its Brazilian neighbour.

Breakfast included

Iguazu Falls, Brazil

Rainbows in the spray of Iguazú Falls

Belmond Hotel das Cataratas

Belmond Hotel das Cataratas – a stone's throw from Iguazú

Days 10 – 11

Ranch living on a private estancia

A flight south and a private transfer will see you into the heart of the Pampas, the verdant grasslands roamed by Argentina’s iconic gaucho cowboys. You’ll stay on a working estancia – one of the country’s oldest – to get a taste of this idyllic rural life. Included activities range from horse riding and hiking to fly fishing and carriage trips.

Return each evening to poolside relaxation, spa treatments and all-inclusive gourmet dining with asado barbecues serving up juicy grilled beef and chorizo sausage alongside moreish sweetbreads and salads. It’s all washed down with that iconic Argentine red.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner included

Carriage ride at Estancia La Bamba de Areco

Just one of the equine activities on offer at the estancia

Swimming pool, Estancia La Bamba de Areco, Buenos Aires

Poolside relaxation

Freshly baked breads at Estancia La Bamba de Areco

All-inclusive dining

Days 12 – 13

Return to UK

A final private transfer will see you back to Buenos Aires for your overnight flight to the UK. 

Breakfast included

About the itinerary

"Argentina is not just about truly wonderful food, excellent wines and exhilarating tango moves. It also offers some of the most breathtaking natural wonders – from the mighty Iguazu Falls to one of the only advancing glaciers in the world, Perito Moreno – which I’ve included as must-sees in this itinerary. I can't recommend enough a stay at a traditional estancia to experience the country’s gaucho culture. "

Katrin Rummer

Destination Specialist

Pricing information

Guide price from £5,335 pp incl. flights

Low Season from: £5,335 pp
High Season from: £8,710 pp


  • Complimentary UK airport lounge access
  • Return flights between the UK and Buenos Aires
  • Domestic flights between Buenos Aires, El Calafate and Iguazu
  • Private transfers
  • 8 nights accommodation in 5* (Deluxe) hotels on a B&B basis
  • 2 night accommodation in a 4* (Superior) estancia on a full-board basis
  • Private touring including Buenos Aires City Tour, Rojo Tango show & dinner, full day Perito Moreno tour with boat ride, full day Argentine Falls tour with boat ride, half-day Brazilian Falls tour and a choice of shared activities at Estancia La Bamba de Areco