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From Iguazu Falls in the North to Ushuaia in the south, Futbol mad Argentina has mountains, natural beauty and diverse cities that are almost European. Eating juicy steaks and drinking quality Mendozan Malbec late into the evening is a tough way to spend downtime in between the various outdoor pursuits.

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The southern Patagonia region will have your neck constantly chinked as you constantly stand in awe of majestic mountains, hopefully as you’re hiking up one of them! Access via Punta Arenas or Ushuaia.

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Ushuaia is the launch pad for most trips to the Antarctic Peninsula, setting sail on the Beagle channel is a unique enough experience but hopefully your plans include heading due south to the frozen continent someday.

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Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara who was a key player in the Cuban revolution but was actually Argentinian. The film of his influential motorcycle journey through South America ‘The Motorcycle Diaries’ gives a good insight into the motivations he had for revolution, and the stunning South American scenery.

Travelling in Argentina

Chile Campervan
Posted by Warren | 29 Jan 2018
Chile Campervan Adventure

Most epic road trips are booked long in advance, have a detailed itinerary and a list of must do's along the way. So with a week's notice and knowledge of...

camping el festival
Posted by Warren | 21 Jan 2018
Camping El Festival, Tunuyan

Camping El Festival was case of arrive for one night and stay for four. 60km south of Mendoza in the heart of the Uco Valley wine region, El Festival was...

Fitz Roy, El Chalten
Posted by Warren | 04 Jan 2018
El Chaltén

The custom-built adventure town of El Chaltén . A by-product of the Chilean and Argentinian arms race to secure tourism sites in southern Patagonia. This Argentinian stake in the ground forms immediate...

ushuaia
Posted by Warren | 28 Jan 2014
Ushuaia, Argentina

Ushuaia, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina. This is the jumping off point for most trips to Antarctica and also known as 'Fin Del Mundo' meaning 'End of the world'. It truly...

Iguazu falls argentina
Posted by Warren | 13 Sep 2011
Iguazu falls

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ca0BN3Q_QGc Yet another early start. Which makes it tough to live like a local out to all hours when you need to arise at 6am to hop on planes all...

Buenos Aires
Posted by Warren | 12 Sep 2011
Buenos Aires

I walk down the corridor leading away from my room. The receptionist, Natasha is scurrying toward me in a distraught state. "Gun, gun" is all she can verbally muster. She...