Argentina is astonishing for its diversity of climate and landscape
Very few countries in the world are as varied as Argentina. It offers the visitor a vast range of cultural and outdoor experiences.
Savour the vibrancy of Buenos Aires, the serenity and undisturbed wildlife of the Ibera Wetlands, the desert geology and lunar landscapes of Salta Province, the frontier spirit of Ushuaia or the awesome majesty of glacial Patagonia. To cap it all, the natural wonder of the world that is the Iguassu Falls will take your breath away.
Whether walking through the empty vastness of the Andes, horse riding with the gauchos on private estancias (perhaps even playing polo), paddling a boat past docile Capybaras and ticking off the vast number of bird species in the wetlands or just enjoying world class Malbecs and a classic Argentinian steak in Mendoza – the experience can be as serene or challenging as you wish to make it.
The Inca ruins in the Northwest region are the remains of a long vanished civilization more often associated with Peru, but the local Quecha speaking population share a similar cultural heritage and still produce their distinctive and brightly coloured handicrafts.
Moving forward three hundred years, the grand Jesuit missions may have been disbanded in the eighteenth century but what remains provides witness of the bravery and tenacity of the first missionaries. And the numerous churches, estancias and whaling stations, many now beautifully restored, serve as reminders of the early European settlers.
Latterly the belle époque feel of central Buenos Aires, the cobbled streets and tango bars all carry a reminiscence of the glamorous, and occasionally notorious years of the first half of the twentieth century.
Argentina’s summer months are from November until March, which is the best time to visit the South. The North enjoys warmer weather all year round.
Today Argentina offers a choice of top quality accommodation all over the country, which, together with reliable and affordable internal flights makes combining various different experiences the key to a successful itinerary. One thing is for sure – one visit will not be enough!
To discover more about Argentina and the experiences you can enjoy in this diverse country, give us a call or send us a message.
Places we love to stay
Estancia La Bamba
An old style family-run estancia offering riding and relaxation within easy reach of Buenos Aires.View details about Estancia La Bamba
M/V Santa Cruz, Patagonia
Cruise in style to some of the remotest corners of Lago Argentina.View details about M/V Santa Cruz, Patagonia
Hotel de Esteros, Puerto Valle
Experience the diverse ecology of the Ibera Wetlands from this tastefully converted cattle ranch by the Parana River.View details about Hotel de Esteros, Puerto Valle
Aguas Arriba Lodge
This charming boutique Alpine-style lodge set in woodland on the shores of a lake makes an ideal base for those visiting Fitz Roy Mountain.View details about Aguas Arriba Lodge
The Vines Resort & Spa
Ultimate retreat for discerning food and wine lovers set in the vineyards of MendozaView details about The Vines Resort & Spa
Eolo is a luxurious hideaway outside El Calafate and close to the glaciers evoking an ancient Patagonian estancia.View details about Eolo
This truly authentic Argentine cattle ranch offers excellent horse riding and fly fishing in a remote and beautiful location.View details about Huechahue
A grand town house now home to a boutique hotel with a critically acclaimed restaurant and flower-filled roof terrace.View details about Hub Porteño
Adventure travel in remotest Northwest Argentina combining nature, extraordinary geology, and pre-inca history.View details about Puna Experience
Estancia Los Potreros
Estancia Los Potreros is an authentic upland ranch catering for riding enthusiasts of all abilities.View details about Estancia Los Potreros
New hotel in heart of Argentina’s wine country with excellent spa facilitities in the stunning Calchaqui valley.View details about Grace Cafayate
One of the most charming Estancias in Argentina’s Lake District where families and couples will enjoy a genuine rural experience.View details about Peuma Hue
Legado Mitico, Buenos Aires
Legado Mitico is a boutique hotel based in the heart of Palermo, away from the noise of Buenos Aires.View details about Legado Mitico, Buenos Aires
Cavas Wine Lodge
This hotel exudes quality in every way with stunning views of the Andes in the heart of Mendoza's vineyards.View details about Cavas Wine Lodge
Surrounded by dramatic glaciers and towering mountains in one of the most beautiful parts of Patagonia is the exclusive Estancia Cristina.View details about Estancia Cristina
Rincon del Socorro
Stay in comfort surrounded by wildlife on the doorstep of the Ibera Wetlands.View details about Rincon del Socorro
This homely boutique hotel in the heart of the Lake District exudes quality, comfort and gold standard hospitality.View details about Las Balsas
Algodon Mansion is a high quality boutique hotel, nestled in a prime residential district in the centre of the city.View details about Algodon Mansion
Legado Mitico, Salta
The Legado Mitico is a classic boutique hotel, set close to the centre of Salta.View details about Legado Mitico, Salta
A short drive from Iguassu Falls, yet away from the crowds and located in an incomparable jungle setting.View details about Puerto Bemberg
Entre Cielos is a chic, modern-style hotel located in the vineyards of Mendoza.View details about Entre Cielos
Hacienda de Molinos
A tranquil country retreat immersed in the beauty of colonial charm and picturesque mountains.View details about Hacienda de Molinos
Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt
The luxurious Park Hyatt is another firm Miraviva favourite and is well located in the Recoleta district of Buenos Aires.View details about Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt
The Four Seasons is one of our favourite luxury hotel options in the Recoleta district of Buenos Aires.View details about Four Seasons
M/V Stella Australis
Walk on Cape Horn and experience a cruise of a lifetime in this remote part of the world.View details about M/V Stella Australis