Tailor-made holidays to Argentina

A tour of Argentina is the perfect way to see all the sights that this magnificent country has to offer. You’ll see a variety of scenery, sample excellent food and wine, and receive a warm welcome from the locals.

The motorhomes might be more basic than elsewhere, but this really is a trip you’ll never ever forget.

Where to go in Argentina

Argentina is full of fascinating and beautiful places to visit, and a motorhome tour is the perfect way to see all that the country has to offer.

Buenos Aires - no visit to Argentina would be complete without a visit to the Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires, with its stunning architecture, glamorous shopping venues and rich culture. While in the city there is plenty to see including the Cementerio de la Recoleta - a cemetery housing impressive statues and the graves of the city’s elite including military heroes, politicians and the rich and famous, including Evita.

Ushuaia and the Beagle Canal - Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world and was once home to Argentina’s worst prisoners because of its remoteness. Situated on the banks of the Beagle Canal, the city is also a great place to take a cruise to Antarctica.

Camp in the Andes - the Seven Lakes region of the Andes Mountains offers a great summer camping spot. Facilities available include fly fishing, walking and general scenery and nature viewing. In the winter the area is fantastic for skiing with the mountains providing fantastic slopes after the heavy snowfalls.

Valdez Peninsula - the Valdez Peninsula lies on the northeast of Argentina on the Atlantic coast and is the largest reserve of marine life in the world. In the area you are likely to see whales, seals, penguins, sea lions and numerous birds.

Iguaçu falls - one of the Natural Wonders of the World, the Iguaçu falls are situated in Iguaçu National Park, which is home to 250 different waterfalls. The site is also in a subtropical climate, which provides a fantastic array of plants and flowers including orchids, pines, bamboo, palm trees and a rare plant found only in rushing water. The site is also home to jaguars, quati, deer, tapir and 450 species of bird.

Beaches - if you want to relax, Argentina has some glorious beaches along the east coast. Whether you like to join the tourists and holidaying Argentinians in the resorts or head off the beaten track to the undeveloped coastline, Argentina can provide it all.

Los Glaciares National Park - the main attractions in this breathtaking National Park are the Perito Moreno Glacier and the Fitz Roy mountain range, but there are numerous other glaciers, lakes and mountains to visit here too. The adventurous can try one of the many different hiking trails, usually lasting between 3 and 8 hours long. There are a number of campsites in the area, so you can easily spend a few days here.

Nahuel Huapi National Park - recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the dormant Tronador Volcano is the highlight of this area of Argentina. There are a number of shorter hikes available at the base of the volcano, but experienced hikers can climb through the ice and snow on a 4-day hike to the top of the mountain. There are also 10 glaciers in the area to explore, as well as forests, lakes and waterfalls.

Aconcagua National Park - the highest peak in the Western hemisphere - the Aconcagua volcano - can be found here, making it another area in Argentina that is enjoyed by hikers.

Lihue Calel National Park - this area of Argentina is quite difficult to get to, so is scarcely visited by tourists - adding to its unique atmosphere. The site is characterised by its flat landscape, with far-reaching plains, plateaus and desert. The weather is unpredictable so spectacular storms are common, adding drama to the landscape, while the area is also home to the rarely-sighted puma.

Talampaya National Park and Ischigualasto Provincial Park - these two areas of western Argentina have been named World Heritage Sites and offer some spectacular scenery. Talampaya is renowned for its canyon and red-sandstone cliffs, while a trip to Ischigualasto will reward you with some unusual rock formations. The site is also famous for the fossils that were excavated here, that were found to date back 180 million years to the Triassic period.

Trust in our experience to deliver you the perfect tailor made holiday

Being experts in worldwide travel, we regularly travel with airlines, visit hotels and see the campsites for ourselves so that they meet member’s exact standards and are the best available. Each of our travel specialists has travelled in the countries we offer and can give you first-hand advice on what to see and where to go to make sure you don’t miss anything on your trip of a lifetime!

Our promise

Booking with with us ensures that your holiday is protected by both ABTA and ATOL, plus at The Camping and Caravanning Club we make sure that you are cared for every step of the way, especially in unforeseeable circumstances.

What next?

We can help create your perfect Argentina tour - from flights, transfers and motorhome hire to booking excursions - to ensure you don’t miss any of the must-see sights. Call us on 0845 601 0905 or 024 7647 5340 and talk to us about where you would like to go so we can create the perfect Argentina tour package for you.

Enquiring about Worldwide Holidays

Complete our Enquiry Form and a member of the Worldwide Team will contact you. Alternatively, call our Travel Specialists on 024 7647 5340.

The Club also provides Motorhome manoeuvring courses to give you confidence on the road.

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