For fabulous family holidays Argentina, offers a wide choice of travel options for kids, adults and teenagers alike.
There is masses of wildlife, culture and adventure awaiting in Argentina, something for all the family.
Nature lovers will adore the wildlife rich Patagonia or Pantanal as well as the iconic Iguazu Falls.
Active families will enjoy the rafting and walkers, trekkers and climbers the high mountains of the Andes.
Estancias can be great bases for families, where there is a variety of activities from horse riding to biking and more.
That’s before you throw in the amazingly diverse cultures, friendly people and fascinating history of this vast country.
The trip was great and we enjoyed the Falls very much.
M. Limngeun, Argentina trip
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Capacity: 16 people
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Dates: November 2017
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Dates: From August 2020 to September 2021
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The trip was great and we enjoyed the falls very much. Both of our guides were great also, very professional and helpful. So thanks for your help in getting this tour organised.
M. Limngeun, UK, 2010
» Iguazu Falls Tour
Iguazu also exceeded expectation - we have been to Niagara but Iguazu is just another ball game altogether, what a place! And a wonderful guide too - Elcio - who was very patient and unrushed and for whom nothing was too much trouble.
C. Burley, UK, 2013
» Iguazu Falls Tour
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