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The great and glorious outdoors, and a warm, welcoming culture

Family-friendly cities filled with food and fun, exhilarating outdoor adventures, exotic wildlife and jaw-dropping landscapes that will mesmerise both old and young alike: the sheer diversity of Argentina make it a wonderful destination for a family trip.

Our team of expert travel designers can help you forge unforgettable family memories on your Argentinian tour with once in a lifetime experiences. Spot whales, penguins and sea lions off Peninsula Valdes; get up close to the Perito Moreno glacier in El Calafate; horse ride with gauchos in Patagonia; take a thrilling speedboat ride to the immense spectacle of Iguassu Falls; discover the tropical flora and fauna of the National Park; and cycling through the beautiful and lush Mendoza wine region. Our family trips include activities that the whole family can enjoy, together.

You’ll stay in unique, luxury accommodation that’s been especially chosen for family stays and we’ll take care of every detail of your trip for a seamless adventure that everyone will enjoy.

Your dedicated travel designer will help you put together your completely bespoke and personalised Argentinian itinerary, based entirely on your family’s interests, preferences and time, with private transfers and interest-led tours with our expert local guides.

Browse our family example itineraries below and speak to our team today about our bespoke, family tours to Argentina.

Whatever you want from your Latin America tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Need to Know

is the local time
Buenos Aires is the capital city
Asado is Argentina's national dish

When to go

The seasons in Argentina are the reverse of those in the Northern Hemisphere. Spring and autumn are a good time to visit Buenos Aires, which can otherwise be quite sticky and humid. Summer is the only time to climb the highest Andean peaks and is the most reliable time of year to visit Tierra del Fuego. Autumn is a great time to visit the wine regions and Patagonia where the beech groves turn rusty red and orange.


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