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Discover Argentina with a local English speaking guide

Why travel in Argentina with a local English speaking guide? Explore all the best places for tourists, learn more about each place with someone who knows… many reasons why travelling with a guide in Argentina is a good idea.

Individual or group guided visit

It is possible to request the services of a local guide for an individual visit (one person, a couple or a family) or for a group visit. In the latter case, you join a group of tourists, of different ages but with broadly similar interests. Whichever option you go for, you should do this to ensure you don't miss a thing on certain visits in Argentina.

What sort of guide to choose?

Travelling with an English speaking guide in Argentina does not necessarily mean following a strict itinerary. It is possible to choose visits where you wish to be accompanied by a guide to find out more about the place, and to be sure you don't miss anything, which is why you came to this Latin American country in the first place.

So, you can go to a local agency to pick up a timetable of guided visits, or a list of guides available on the spot in the most popular tourist destinations. English speaking guides offer their services regularly.

Various routes

Whatever your plans in Argentina, there are a number of routes where a tour guide can be of great help. Ecotourism, shopping, tours, discovering cultural heritage: there are many occasions where you would benefit from the knowledge of an English speaking guide in Argentina.

Avenue de Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

The pros and cons

There are pros and cons when you opt for a visit with an English speaking guide in Argentina . You will have to adopt a certain pace to have a complete visit. However, your guide will let you take breaks, of course, and you can take photos from all angles whenever you want at Quebrada de Humahuaca, Purmamarca and Pucara de Tilcara, amongst other places.

Also a guide saves you time when organising your trip. If you go for a local agency, the visits are planned ahead and you know in the morning what to expect from your day trip in Argentina. Your English speaking guide also speaks the dialects spoken in the market: he can get the best prices for you and ensure you make the most of your visit at the same time.

Schéhérazade Deedarun
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Updated 6 April 2016
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