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Marvel at the glaciers of Patagonia

Near El Calafate, the immense blue wall of the advancing Perito Moreno glacier provides an awe-inspiring spectacle of ever-changing shades and thunderous breaking ice. Hike the sculpted surface, take in astonishing views from panoramic walkways or sail in front of the towering wall. Boat trips past drifting icebergs can also be arranged to the breathtaking Upsala and Onelli glaciers.

Wander Iguazu National Park

The park not only offers one of the most amazing experiences on the continent, the encounter with the stunning Iguazu Falls, but also preserves a biologically diverse tropical rainforest which is home to many colourful birds, butterflies and a number of endangered species.

Wine and dine

Buenos Aires offers world-class dining and many fine restaurants take the Argentinian tradition of a parrilla (grill) to gourmet heights. Sample premium wines from the country, followed with a superb sizzling steak in a refined setting at the waterfront of the redeveloped Puerto Madero docklands, or in chic Palermo. Visit the winelands of Mendoza to take a tour of the bodegas (local wineries), and sample wine from the source.

Take two to tango

Synonymous with the capital, this nostalgic, passionate dance emerged from the depths of the suburbs and became world famous. Tango can be enjoyed in many forms; from classes in elegant ballrooms; to professional shows like the memorable Esquina Carlos Gardel and the more intimate Tango Rojo; or in local milongas, the Porteños’ favourite venues for dancing.

Explore Tierra del Fuego

At the ‘end of the world’ and separated from the mainland by the Straits of Magellan, lies Tierra del Fuego (‘land of fire’). The remote southerly city of Ushuaia, a gateway to Antarctica, is set against a jagged mountainous backdrop. Cruise along the Beagle Channel, learn about the island’s indigenous inhabitants or hike in serene surroundings past lakes and lenga forests.

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