Argentina trekking and hiking tours take you to wilderness walking areas, trails leading to areas of staggering beauty.
There is something for every hiking level and ability in Argentina, from long treks and expeditions to gentle day walks.
Patagonia is the most famous draw, as is the trekking peak Aconcagua, the highest mountain in South America.
There are expeditions on Ice Caps down to shorter tours near Ushuaia, some of the most remote hiking in the world.
Then the high Andes of Northern Argentina offer a different views, walks through multi-coloured rock formations.
Walking with our guides in Argentina makes for a perfect trekking holiday.
"The services provided by Andean Trail from El Calafate were outstanding - super professional, helpful."
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Dates: From October 2019 to April 2020
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Thanks for everything, it was an amazing trip and the place is only part of heaven if it's not heaven itself, I hope humanity will keep it safe.
What was the highlight of your holiday? Was there a low point?
Certain steps were very hard . I wish we had more details about the expected difficulties. But to be honest, every step was worth it.
How would you rate accommodation/ food/ guides/ overall organisation?
Between 1 poor-10 excellent I will rate it 7.
Did you feel you benefitted the local communities?
The local community, in general is very nice. And yes, I think we did. They are very welcoming. Need a lot to built the area for tourism with careful environment protection as they are persistently emphasising on in the national park
What would you like to do differently next time?
I would give it another day for the last 2 days. The people who might not be as fit as the guide, like Nasser.
Out of interest why did you choose the places you visited and why Andean Trails to organise your trip?
Personally, I am interested in seeing every beautiful part of the planet blue. Nasser searched google for mountain trips and found your company highly rated .
But Alan, thank you for everything. Again, it was an amazing trip. We might be in touch in the future for another trip, may be somewhere else.
Y Mehdi, UK, 2017
» Fitz Roy M Trek, Argentina
Great exped overall, personally, it was tough, though a fantastic experience. Very good guides who always came up with the goods. Accommodation was good and adequate, camp was very good with very good facilities and food.
A. Wheatstone, UK, 2012
» Climb Aconcagua, 360 Route
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Chile has an array of tasty traditional dishes for you to try when on holiday. They are made of great quality ingredients and in general are not spicy but let the ingredients themselves tell the story. Chile‘s climate and geographical position has blessed it with great conditions for growing crops, fruit and vegetables as well as rearing live stock. It exports much fruit and vegetables, has good quality meat produce and a cold current running more than 4,200 Km ( 2,600 miles ) up its coastline which provides an abundance of sea food. Here are 10 of our …
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