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The Land of Contrast

Argentina welcomes travelers to be absorbed by its natural wonders and breathtaking views at amazing scale, enjoy multiple outdoor activities, all kind of sports and be seduced by the unmatched hospitality of its people.

Given its lengthways extension, Argentina has an outstanding variety of climes and geographic landscapes. In the center of the country, the famous wide, green Pampas are the birth land of Gauchos and a prosperous agriculture & cattle breeding industry. To the West, low hills and further on, in Mendoza area, the countless vineyards at the feet of the majestic Andean Mountains, featuring the Aconcagua (6.969 msnm), tallest peek in the Americas.

The dry Northwest and its Inca and pre-Columbian culture contrast with the rainforest
  and the amazing Iguazú Falls Towards the South, the legendary Lake District and the glaciers in South Patagonia invite travelers to get lost in breathtaking views at amazing scale, enjoy multiple adventure outdoor activities, visit the whales’ sanctuary, sail through the Beagle Channel, explore Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world and listen to old legends and stories about pioneers in this magic part of the world.

Urban fans will find their Mecca in Buenos Aires and its European atmosphere, tango music in the streets, full stocked book shops, sidewalks cafés and internationally acclaimed culture & gourmet circuits.

From tropical jungles down to the endless white Antarctica, Argentina has something for everyone and no one leaves without willing to return.

Flight time / Distances from Buenos Aires to main destinations.

Flight Time
Distance (Kms)
2 hrs
1.605 kms
1 hr 45 mins
1.346 kms.
1 hr 50 mins
1.037 kms.
1 hr 15 mins
710 kms.
2 hrs 20 mins
1.627 kms.
2 hrs
1.436 kms.
El Calafate
3 hrs 15 mins
2.681 kms.
3 hrs 20 mins
3.171 kms.

Remember seasons are the opposite of those in the northern hemisphere. Our spring and summer - October to March - are the best time to visit Patagonia, unless you are interested in the ski season. During wintertime, the Northwest, Córdoba, Iberá Marshlands and Iguazú. Autumn and spring are the best time to visit Buenos Aires – though it is a year round destination.  February and March are harvest time in the Wine Country.

Most of Argentina lies within the Temperate Zone of the Southern Hemisphere. The north-eastern part is very humid and subtropical (Iguazú Falls). The Northwest is a mix of tropical and desert but has a mild winter (Salta). The Central Pampa plains are temperate. The southern part of the country has colder temperatures (Patagonia).
Temperature should be warm to hot in


Buenos Aires from November to March (Summer) Since there is no rainy season; it rains periodically throughout the year, once every 10 days aproximately. The warmest months are January and February (24C/75F average temperature). The coldest months are June and July (10C/51F-average temperature).
The Northeast (Iguazú and Iberá Marshlands) is humid, warm day and night. During the winter it can bee cold and rainy.
Northwest (Salta) is dry, hot during the day and cold at night. Bear in mind altitude as well.

North Patagonia is colder and South Patagonia is much colder and windy. During the summer months it can be nice and sunny but you should expect four seasons in a day.
Infraestructure & Services
Buenos Aires features an excellent infrastructure to serve the meeting and tourism industry. All the leading brands in the hospitality business have well located hotels and there is an outstanding variety of smaller boutique hotels sperad all over the country.

Bariloche, Iguazú, Mendoza and Ushuaia also are highly developed travel destinations. Calafate, right by the Glaciers National Park and Salta are spectacular choices both for individuals and small groups.

Communication and banking services have been significantly upgraded during the 90´ and so has

been the domestic airport network. Buenos Aires is the main hub for domestic and regional flights, but there are a few routes that have contributed to ease the combination of different destinations within Argentina.
 Argentina is a safe country. In Buenos Aires City, there’s no need to take any more precautions than the usual ones in any big city.
Argentinean people are very open to foreign cultures and renowned by their friendliness. 95% of the population is white, mostly of European origin, and in big cities it is very common to find people speak or understand a foreign language.

General Facts
Total surface
3.761.274 km2
Continental surface
3.799 Km (North-South) 1.423 Km (West-East)
Buenos Aires
Roman Catholic (90,9%)
Literacy Rate
Federal Republic. President, Senate and Chamber of Deputies
Boundering Countries
Bolivia y Paraguay (North), Brazil y Uruguay (East), Chile (West).
Oyikil Argentina - DMC - Inbound Tour Operator Argentina