ARGENTINA & CHILE HIGHLIGHTS
Orcas hunting South American Sea Lions off beaches in Patagonia
The “lord of the Andes”, the Puma, in the Torres Del Paine Mountains
The awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls
The impressive Moreno Glacier
Buenos Aires, the Paris of the South
Fine Chilean wines
ARGENTINA & CHILE GALLERY
OUR FEATURED ARGENTINA & chile DESTINATIONS
VALDES PENINSULA Enquire Now
Images of Orcas taking South American Sea Lions right off the gravel beaches have been the substance of wildlife documentaries. This area is also home to colonies of Southern Elephant Seals, land mammals including Guanaco and Mara, and a wide diversity of cetaceans including the beautifully patterned Commerson’s Dolphin.
IGUAZU FALLS Enquire Now
This rainforest-covered waterfall system is made up of 275 falls along the Iguaçu River. The park protects the Interior Atlantic Forest, which hosts dozens of unique orchid species, primates and other mammals and numerous birds. The falls may be explored on either the Brazilian or Argentinian side.
LOS GLACIERS NATIONAL PARK Enquire Now
Located in the Austral Andes, Los Glaciers National Park has the largest continental ice extension after Antarctica. Here lies the spectacular Moreno Glacier, offering one of the most impressive and unforgettable of natural phenomena.
BUENOS AIRES Enquire Now
Buenos Aires is known also as the “Paris of the South” for its European panache. Here you can enjoy glamorous people and a rich Latin American urban experience including the tango, fine local eateries, football and a thriving arts and culture scene.
TORRES DEL PAINE Enquire Now
Torres del Paine is in the heart of Puma territory and it is here that you can search for this elusive cat known as the “Lord of the Andes”. This Chilean national park is not only famed for the allure of its wildlife, but for its superlative landscapes offering unbeatable photographic opportunities.
WHEN TO VISIT ARGENTINA and chile
VALDES PENINSULA: For Orcas beaching the best time to visit is in March, April and early May.
IGUAZU FALLS: September to October is best (luckily this coincides with the best time to visit the Brazilian Pantanal). Rain is rare, humidity is low and it is not too hot.