dramatic glaciers, lively culture, wine tasting, lush landscapes of emerald forests, estancias

From cosmopolitan Buenos Aires to the dramatic glaciers and snow-capped peaks of Patagonia; from the arid provinces of Salta and Jujuy in the North and the lush, subtropical Iguazu Falls and Ibera marshlands to the azure lakes and emerald forests of the Lake District, Argentina’s beauty is matched only by her variety.

If you’re interested in rural life, you can experience the real Argentina at a traditional family-run estancia in the Pampas, home of the gaucho, or ride out and play polo at an estancia in the rolling sierras of Cordoba. Take time to visit vineyards. A holiday to Argentina is not complete without a wine tasting afternoon and sampling some delicious wine.

Throughout this huge country we have access to stylish properties that are well off the beaten track. We use experienced guides, who are chosen according to your interests – whether it’s wine, fishing, riding or even shopping.

Our tailor-made holidays to Argentina can be taken anytime of the year, our destination experts can advise when and where to go to suit any climate preferences.
All itineraries are individually designed, but as a guide, we can arrange a ten day holiday in Argentina (not including flights) from £4000 per person

Places to Stay

At c+l, we have no vested interest in the hotels and lodges which we select - we review everything and choose the best for a particular client. And because we visit our three regions on a regular basis and have detailed conversations with over 90% of our clients on their return, our choices can be refined continually. The choice of what is best for the client is our only consideration.

Estancia Arroyo Verde


Arroyo Verde is one of our favourite estancias set in the spectacular Argentinean Lake District. The lodge has a rustic feel to it with a homely atmosphere. The location is jaw-dropping, the lawn slopes down and opens up to vast panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountains and lakes. This is an excellent option for the outdoorsy and adventurous who want to experience un-spoilt natural beauty and tranquility.

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Las Balsas


Las Balsas is a small yet spacious lodge nestled on the banks of the glistening Nahuel Huapi Lake in the rural paradise that is the Lake District region of Argentina. Encompassed by imperial mountains in every direction, Las Balsas is an inviting home away from home tucked away in a remote corner of the world and a great place to spend a few days away from the stresses of day-to-day life.

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Palacio Duhau

Palacio Duhau, Park Hyatt Buenos Aires

This urban-retreat is super stylish and stands out amongst the wonderful selection of hotels in Buenos Aires. Its unique underground art gallery is delightful to explore on a free afternoon if you’re not indulging in the heated indoor pool or taking in the peaceful surroundings of the spacious garden, overlooked by the original mansion, which allows for a real escape from city life.

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Puerto Bemberg

Puerto Bemberg

Emerging from thick jungle you enter into a beautiful open space to find the historical gem that is Posada Puerto Bemberg, a luxury lodge hidden away in a natural paradise. Thoughtful interior designer Christl Von Plessen has combined soft forest colours, local wood and typical Argentine materials to create the most relaxing and cosy environment in the heart of the rainforest.

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Estancia Rincon del Socorro

Estancia Rincon del Socorro

Space is all yours on this former cattle ranch and the views are spectacular as the house is located right on the edge of the national park. A renovated 1896 farm house, the classic and homely interior has a true countryside feel to it with subtle luxurious touches that make a few days here both comfortable and special. History and tradition are kept alive and the colonial Spanish style has been well-maintained.

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The Vines


The recently opened Vines Resort and Spa is an ultra-chic hotel that has put the Uco Valley firmly back into centre stage for any traveller discovering the wonders of the breath-taking Argentinean Wine Region. This winning combination of an architecturally modern and sleek hotel with a first-class winery is without a doubt the luxury option that Mendoza was missing.

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Hub Porteno


Hub Porteño is a luxurious boutique hotel located on one of the most sought after streets in Buenos Aires’s chic Recoleta district, set in a striking gothic-style mansion. It doesn’t feel like a hotel at all, more a very chic and intimate townhouse, an idyllic home away from home in the heart of the city. Hub is fast becoming recognised as the ideal small hotel option in the city for its understated luxury and good taste, with extremely spacious bedrooms all carefully thought out to provide every comfort.

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Estancia Huechahue


If you are allergic to, scared of, or even indifferent to all things horsy, then we recommend not reading on. Nestled amongst the foothills of the Andes overlooking 15,000 acres of steppe, family-run Estancia Huechahue is an equestrian lover’s playground and working cattle ranch in Northern Patagonia, Argentina. Huechahue owned by a British woman, Jane Williams, whose welcoming, witty and friendly nature is ultimately reflected in her abode.

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For over 20 years we have been creating the best luxury tailor-made holidays, we know our countries inside and out and really know how to get under the skin of each one and the best way to experience them.


Iguazu Falls

On the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, making this one of the most spectacular border areas in the world. Iguazu Falls is wild and breathtaking.

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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is alive and varied, from quaint old cobbled streets to the gastro restaurants of Recoleta, home of the iconic Alvear Palace Hotel and the burial site of Evita.

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Patagonia is archetypal cowboy country - wild and woolly landscapes and a real sense of space. Home to glaciers, lakes, volcanoes and much, much more.

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Wine tasting in Salta

Salta is the ancient gateway to the Andes of the Incas and has the most intense sense of local/ancient culture in the country. You can stay in old family houses amongst the vines, sample the wines, empanadas and importantly the sensational local beef.

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The Ibera Marshlands

Ibera is a vast area of peace and beauty. The second largest wetlands in the world after the Pantanal in Brazil and much more remote. The miles of water can be explored by boat or by horseback and is brought to life by using the expert eyes of a naturalist guide to spot some of the thousands of bird species.

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Riding Safari in the Lake District

Which horse-rider doesn't want to play gaucho and have a barbecue (asado) Argentina-style under the stars in wild mountain country.Huge private estancias, national parks and some of the best horses in the world make Argentina one of the most exciting and varied riding destinations in the world.

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Group Tours

Our small escorted group tours have all been inspired by people or places you wouldn't normally have access to unless you travel as a small group. With each special journey we have been careful to stick to the same level of adventure, exclusivity and under the skin experiences as we do with our tailor-made travel.

argentina fly fishing and conservation escorted journey

Fly Fishing + Conservation in Argentina

With Charles Jardine + Salmon & Trout Conservation UK

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As every one of the holidays we create is unique, all of our clients come back with different and interesting stories. We love to hear from our clients on their return to find out about their most memorable moments. We from c+l are also always travelling to our destinations and every trip allows us to refine and add value to our clients' future experiences.


Tango in Buenos Aires

Central + South America destination expert, Lucy Slater shares her memories and experiences of the underground tango scene in Buenos Aires- "A truly memorable last night".

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Horse Riding in Patagonia

One of our clients, David Parrish drove North from Bariloche through stunning scenery arriving at Estancia Arroyo Verde a beautiful lodge remotely situated along a spectacular valley.

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Take my breath away Argentina!

Waking up before sunrise is always a struggle on holiday, however as Oliver found out it can be a very worthy experience. Riding with a Gaucho in Patagonia took Oliver's breath away.

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I really need some space…escape to Chile

Seasoned travellers, Dr and Mrs John, have experienced many countries with c+l, each time they want something new and exciting, this time it was no different - they wanted to explore Argentina and Chilem and we know exactly where to send them.

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The Uttermost End of the Earth

Tierra del Fuego, 'The Land of Fires' in Patagonia is known as the uttermost end of the earth, secluded, captivating and remote with stunning landscapes, Lucy Noel-Buxton tells us about her extraordinary adventure exploring this beautiful land.

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Conquering an Andean ride: by a novice.

Travel journalist Minty Clinch explored Argentina and took to it immediately. From the horse-riding, wine tasting, luxury camping in the Andean hills, traditional games and supper under the stars, every part was a fresh new experience

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A Gourmet Adventure in Argentina

Lucy Slater, Head of our Central+South America team is always up for an adventure and a challenge. However the surprise her guide Alex had in store for, her starting in a secluded bay on Lake Huapi, may have been just a little too much.

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Sophia’s Wine Tasting experience in Mendoza

Central+South America destination expert, Sophia Constant, just returned from a magical trip to Argentina to discover Mendoza's wineries. In one day, she had the rare treat of testing out 16 different wines and consuming 8 divine courses.

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Sophia Constant, our Central+South America destination expert and her fantastic photographs convey the inexplicable diversity of Argentina- mosaic white dunes, crystal lagoons, salt flats, red clay cliffs, giant basalt rocks and giant pumice stones.

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We know Argentina better than most. The possibilities are endless and ever-changing. On the map below, we have plotted some of our current favourite places to stay, some c+l highlights and a few pertinent client stories. And you can see if there is a team member travelling in that particular country and link through to them and what they are up to, so you can get them to call you on their return.

Best time to visit

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Best time to go

Argentina can be visited at any time of the year, with the South of the country (Lake District and Patagonia) best from October through March and the North East (Corrientes and Misiones) best when less humid in May through September and the Andean altiplano areas of the North West (Salta and Jujuy) best also in the months of May through September.

Buenos Aires/the Pampas and the more central regions of Cordoba and Mendoza can fit in well with travel to the more seasonally extreme areas of the country. Argentina is very much a destination in itself but combines well for beach with neighbouring Uruguay or even Brazil and for landscape/adventure with neighbouring Antarctica, Chile, Bolivia and Brazil.

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