Travel to Argentina and Chile – contrasting experiences with Tourist Travel
Argentina and Chile offer absolutely fantastic and contrasting round trips with in-depth enjoyment of life, in the form of Tango, vineyard visits and the opportunity for great culinary experiences, especially by the Pacific Ocean and in Buenos Aires. The experiences range from vibrant cities with rich cultural life to far-reaching vineyards and natural wonders such as the Andes Mountains and Iguazu Falls. Let yourself be captivated by the joy of Latin American life and let this magnificent continent go in your blood.
From the waterfalls at Iguazu in the north to El Chalten in the south, Argentina and Chile offer incredible experiences. All of Patagonia and the Land of Fire, Tierra del Fuego not to mention Easter Island, Rapa Nui or perhaps an active trip of hiking and trekking in the Chilean National Park Torres del Paine.
Travel to Argentina on a delightful Latina adventure. The list of options at the southern tip of South America is endless. With Tourist Travel, you get experiences served that not many tourists get on their trip to Argentina. For example, get wiser to the everyday life of one of Patagonia’s sheep breeders or satisfy your taste buds when we taste our way through Palermo Viejos Parillas.
Argentina borders Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia and Chile – countries that are all worth visiting. In fact, with Tourist Travel, you can combine your trip to Argentina with a trekking trip in the Chilean paradise. Argentina holds 41.5 million people. The friendly people like to try English words, although Spanish is the mother tongue for the vast majority.
Climate and travel weather in Argentina
Argentina is a colossal country of 2.78 million. Km2. As many as 64 times Denmark can flatten out here. Therefore, the climate zones in the country are also changeable. In the northernmost part of Argentina you will find is subtropical climate with high temperatures, rain and humidity. The southernmost regions of Argentina, on the other hand, have an Antarctic climate, with snow and low temperatures prevailing.
Argentina’s enormously varied climate means that both flora and fauna are also found in all shapes and sizes. In the beautiful South American country you can swim under sparkling waterfalls, seek shade under the palm trees in the north and ski in the south. It is well and truly impossible to travel from Argentina without having filled the inner scrapbook up to the brim.
Popular animals that you can experience in Argentina
On your trip to Argentina, it may be unexpected what amazing wildlife there is to experience here. While the jaguar sneaks around in swampy areas of southern Argentina, the penguins appear in droves in northern Argentina. In Argentina you can be captivated by the great whales in the sea and the noisy howler monkeys on land. 2,900 out of the world’s 9,000 bird species are represented in South America, which is why many colorful birds fly over Argentina as well.
No two Argentine hooks are alike. In addition to the Antarctic regions in the south and the warmer exotic areas in the north, Argentina is a pure country idyll in the central part of the country. Here you can ride horses, experience cattle breeding and eat grilled lamb from your own farm. Argentina is diverse and so is the wildlife in every way. Below you can read more about some of the animals that you can experience on your trip to Argentina.
Cities in Argentina
A trip to Argentina should always take you on adventures in the country’s vibrant capital, Buenos Aires. There is indescribably much to explore here. The city is like a combination of beautiful culture and fantastic stories.
Go to tango in the square, visit the pink parliament, visit Evita’s tombstone or eat your fill in the city’s many parillas. Buenos Aires will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of your trip to Argentina.
The southern part of Argentina is a paradisiacal Icelandic landscape, where one of the world’s largest glaciers reflects from the large freshwater lake Lago Argentino. If you go here, you will probably visit El Calafate.
This is Argentina’s adventure area, and with its fantastic trekking opportunities, El Calafate speaks to the adventurous heart of Tourist Travel. The beautiful city is icy cold but divinely beautiful.
Travel to Argentina and visit the “end of the world” of Ushuaia. This is one of the southernmost cities in the world. For almost half of the 20th century, Ushuaia served as a deportation site for the toughest criminals.
They built a society – among other things with a railway called “The train to the end of the world”. Take a boat trip on the Beagle Channel, visit the Fire Park National Park and enjoy the sight of sea lions, penguins and the overwhelming nature.