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A holiday designed just for you to suit your tastes and budget.
Take the family on a very special trip.
Argentina is a great destination for a honeymoon with a difference.
A comprehensive and hugely enjoyable 'grand tour' of Argentina.
Iguazu Falls and the deserts and vineyards of northwest Argentina.
Seven days in and around Latin America's most seductive city.
Wildlife extremes from Patagonia to the Ibera wetlands and Iguazu Falls.
Iguazu Falls via Buenos Aires to Mendoza, across the Andes to Santiago in Chile, then north to the Atacama desert.
Exploring the Patagonian Andes: circling into Chile by Andean lakes to Santiago then over Andean passes to Mendoza.
Tuck in to world-class wines, beautiful scenery, exciting cities and romantic traditions.
Vineyards, lagoons, dramatic rock formations and magnificent sweeping views on Argentina's classic road.
A short self-drive trip through fabulous Lake District scenery to include in a longer holiday.
Selfdrive touring through high deserts and salt pans, via valleys of cacti to fine vineyards.
Santiago and vineyards, Torres del Paine NP, cruise fjords and glaciers, Buenos Aires & gaucho estancia.
Selfdrive touring in two very different parts of Chilean Patagonia: the scenic Lake District and the awe-inspiring deep south.
Wildlife, whales, birds, landscapes and culture in Argentina and Chile. Mountains, glaciers, culture and wine. Perfect!
Day walks, bike rides, and more in Chile's Lake District and Torres del Paine.
Torres del Paine's classic trekking route.
Spectacular walking in unforgettable landscapes, comfortable lodges with good food, and two vibrant cities.
Helpful advice and expert knowledge is just a phone call away.
Argentina's beguiling capital, one of the world's great cities.
Thundering waterfalls, and the teeming wetlands of South America's 'Mesopotamia'.
High deserts, dramatic moonscapes, above burgeoning new wine regions.
The heart of Malbec, in gorgeous landscapes. Great food, great wine, great people.
Stunning scenery of lakes and mountains. Touring, walking, boating, skiing.
Ever more impressive mountains, dramatic glaciers, true wilderness.
Use our short guide to Argentina to help plan your trip.
With so many choices and so many ways to put together an exciting trip, you need our specialists to create the perfect design for you.
The further south you go the narrower the season for travelling becomes.
Geodyssey works with all the major airlines to Argentina with very competitive fares on a choice of routes.
Argentina has plenty of places to stay: city hotels from plush luxury to style-conscious boutiquerie, estancias from classy to horsy, family-run guesthouses, characterful country lodges, and lots more.
Argentina's long distances and infrastructures that are not always reliable means travel choices need careful planning.
It's very easy to combine a visit to Argentina with time in Chile. Connections to Brazil are good, and crossing into Bolivia and Peru is very practicable. Even a Galapagos cruise is a possibility.
Buenos Aires blurs the lines between Latin and European, past and present, gritty and glam.
With its sapphire lakes, emerald forests and jagged peaks the Argentine Lake District is a region of jewel colours and dramatic scenery.
Set against the foothills of the Andes, Mendoza province is the land of sunshine and wine.
Water is the uniting and defining feature of the northeast corner of Argentina: the natural splendour and awe-inspiring power of the Iguazú Falls is delightfully contrasted with the calm tranquillity of the Iberá ...
El Norte, where Argentina rubs shoulders with Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay is a kaleidoscope of landscapes, culture and adventure.
Patagonia is a vast land of barren beauty and mystical tales.
Representing vast amounts of land in Argentina are the traditional rural Pampas, areas synonymous with the Gaucho culture of the country.