ARGENTINA

From deserts with colorful mountains to beautiful lake regions and wine country, Argentina is a pristine country. There are glaciers, waterfalls, and even the most unique cemetery I’ve ever visited. The people of Argentina are friendly and time spent in this beautiful country left us with fond memories that we will carry for life.

Torres del Paine in the Patagonia Region
After our first taste of Patagonia in Bariloche, we were ready to see more of the snow-capped mountains and pristine
Fitz Roy; El Chalten
My first view of El Chalten was from the window of the overnight bus that we took after crossing the
Perito Moreno Glacier
The Los Glaciares National Park is home to incredible glaciers such as Perito Moreno, Upsala, Viedma, and the Spegazzini. The
Trin on a log on Largo Hermosa
Patagonia You might have some outdoor gear or clothing with a label that says Patagonia. Did you know that the
Photo by Ivan Almandoz Mendoza, Argentina
Mendoza, Argentina has been a journey into many art forms for us, from its tree-lined streets and charming parks to
Iguazu Falls as seen from the Brazil side, Iguazu falls Argentina
We stood there in silence clutching the railing.  Finally, the breath I was holding escaped in a low uttered, "Wow."
Ally in the Recoleta Cemetery
Buenos Aires is a major metropolitan city in South America. Among many other things, it is known for its 19th-century
Fourteen colored mountain, colors of freedom
We had front seats on the top level of a double-decker bus. From this perch, we got the same view

The lower portion of Argentina and Chile combined make up the Patagonia region.  Since most travelers exploring this region often do multiple border crossings, we have combined Chile and Argentina posts below to provide a better view of this region of the world.

Torres del Paine in the Patagonia Region
After our first taste of Patagonia in Bariloche, we were ready to see more of the snow-capped mountains and pristine
The towers of the Torres del Paine W Trek
Jagged mountain peaks line the sky, glaciers cling to the rugged landscape, streams cascade into turquoise lakes. The lakes, at
From the Q Trail Torres del Paine
Everyone we met that had been to Torres del Paine raved about it. The trek had been on their bucket
Fitz Roy; El Chalten
My first view of El Chalten was from the window of the overnight bus that we took after crossing the
Perito Moreno Glacier
The Los Glaciares National Park is home to incredible glaciers such as Perito Moreno, Upsala, Viedma, and the Spegazzini. The
The Marble Caves Chile
Imagine being in a cave with marble walls. Colorful veins in the stone make intricate patterns all around you. You
Snow crossing on the way to the Cerro Castillo Laguna
At 10,000 Chilean pesos (US$15) per person, the entrance fee to hike up Cerro Castillo is steeper than the climb
Trin on a log on Largo Hermosa
Patagonia You might have some outdoor gear or clothing with a label that says Patagonia. Did you know that the

Don’t forget to try out mate, it’s the thing to drink in Argentina!

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