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Summer in Argentina

Summer in Argentina

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Summer trip ideas in Argentina

Multi-destination tour
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Natural wonders of Patagonia
Length 13 days Approx. $2,350
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Whistle-stop Buenos Aires
Length 4 days Approx. $640
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Flavors and falls of Argentina
Length 7 days Approx. $1,500
Multi-destination tour
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Honeymoon adventure in Argentina 
Length 15 days Approx. $4,030
Multi-destination tour
  • Adventure
Hike Torres del Paine National Park W-Circuit
Length 8 days Approx. $2,740
Multi-destination tour
  • Adventure
Patagonia, Mendoza and Iguazu waterfalls
Length 11 days Approx. $2,120
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Buenos Aires, Bariloche and Perito Moreno
Length 9 days Approx. $1,700
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Nocturnal hikes and jungle waterfalls
Length 8 days Approx. $2,350
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Iguazu Falls tours and Northern Argentina hikes
Length 7 days Approx. $1,880
Multi-destination tour
  • Adventure
Winter and whales in Patagonia
Length 9 days Approx. $1,600
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Off the tourist track Patagonia
Length 13 days Approx. $4,600
Multi-destination tour
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Chile's Pacific Coast to Argentina and Brazil's Atlantic
Length 13 days Approx. $1,830

Our local experts in Argentina

Is Argentina the right destination for you?

Few countries can match Argentina's seductive combination of off-the-map escapes, culinary vacations and whistle-stop city breaks. This land of waterfalls, glaciers, and vineyards doesn't just impress with its grandiose scenery but its wildlife, ancient ruins, and culture. Even if you've visited Argentina before, you'll find something new to discover each time you return. Bordered by Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay, Argentina is also a great ... Few countries can match Argentina's seductive combination of off-the-map escapes, culinary vacations and whistle-stop city breaks. This land of waterfalls, glaciers, and vineyards doesn't just impress with its grandiose scenery but its wildlife, ancient ruins, and culture. Even if you've visited Argentina before, you'll find something new to discover each time you return. Bordered by Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay, Argentina is also a great place to combine with another South American country on a multi-destination tour. See more
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Start planning your summer trip to Argentina

Argentina is enjoyable to visit year-round, but it’s particularly special in summer. Summers in Argentina last from around December to February, the perfect time to embark on a family trip or one based around outdoor and nature activities. Summer in Argentina is also a great time to coincide with a wide range of festivals, too.

Why should I visit Argentina in summer?

Days are at their longest and warmest during the Argentine summer, meaning plenty of opportunities for fun. Traditional holidays, such as Christmas and Carnaval, are celebrated with serious flair and thrilling energy at this time of year. And summer is when regions such as Patagonia are at their best for hiking and outdoor exploration.

Best things to do in Argentina in summer

Choose between mountains, beaches, and jungles. There's no shortage of exciting activities to pick from for your Argentina vacation in summer.

Visit Iguazú Falls

These world-famous falls, made up of close to 300 cascades, really are something to behold. A number of gorgeous hikes offer access to the falls, but don't forget to bring a picnic, as you'll need a full day to grasp the wonder of this scenic marvel.

Hit the beach in Mar del Plata

The open waters and golden sands in Mar del Plata are a natural draw for city dwellers visiting from nearby Buenos Aires. It’s a family-friendly destination, with plenty of outdoor activities on and off the beach. Choose from sports including surfing, horseback riding, and golfing.

Experience cosmopolitan Buenos Aires

The Argentine capital, often called the “Paris of South America”, is particularly famous for its European-influenced culture and food. Its beautiful architecture, rich culinary scene, and diverse neighborhoods are sure to inspire you. Take in a soccer match or tango performance to get a sense of this city’s passionate character.

Cool off in Bariloche

The Patagonian city of Bariloche is a must-visit destination for many, surrounded by the breathtaking Andes mountains. Beach-lined alpine lakes only add to the draw at this time of year. Outdoor enthusiasts will find many options for hiking, fishing, and birdwatching.

Relax in Mendoza

Head on to Mendoza to enjoy some of Argentina's finest food and wineor for an adrenaline hit whitewater rafting the rapids on the Mendoza River. At the end of the day, let your cares melt away in nearby thermal baths, known for their revitalizing minerals.

What’s the weather like in Argentina in the summer? 

The climate in Argentina varies with geography and altitude. The summers are generally the warmest, with rain across the country, especially in the north, and temperatures around 85–90°F. Regions like Patagonia have drier and cooler climates. Be sure to pack lightweight clothing, sunscreen, and sunglasses, and stay hydrated during warm days.


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