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Welcome to
Amazing Argentina

Amazing Argentina is an independent travel company based in Buenos Aires which specializes in tours throughout Argentina including Patagonia, Brazil, Uruguay and Chile.

With local operational offices, over 9 years of experience in the travel industry and a commitment to customer service, Amazing Argentina is your key to a fantastic vacation in this wonderful country.

We offers tours from private luxury travel around Argentina to small group wildlife tours, food and wine excursions for the connoisseur and polo and horse riding holidays in Patagonia. From skiing trips to cruises to Antarctica, our list of world class tours and expertise in building tailor-made trips are second to none.

We will plan and arrange your tour as per your exact requirements by both telephone and Email (or you can visit us at our offices in downtown Buenos Aires).
We accept all major credit cards and to safeguard your travel arrangements, we provide complimentary travel insurance on all tours over 10 days in length (subject to status). This incredible value-for money exclusive benefit is unique among Latin American tour operators and guarantees your trip.
As a committed Eco-tour specialist, we are also a socially responsible travel company and members of STI (sustainable travel international) a non profit organisation dedicated to promoting sustainable travel.

Let us at Amazing Argentina inspire you and take you on a unforgettable vacation to the land of the gaucho.

Argentina Factsheet

Argentina not only offers the tango, fine wines, and world class football but she is also home to a rich cultural heritage. The capital, Buenos Aires has one of Latin America’s most cosmopolitan populations with countless generations from Italy and Spain, to Scotland, Germany and Wales.
The country is also home to an incredible geographical diversity, with abundant wildlife and some stunning scenery.
With a good tourist infrastructure and modern facilities you may travel from the sub-tropical north all the way down to Tierra del Fuego, where Patagonia meets the icy waters of Antarctica.
From elegant world class hotels in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires to the simple refuges in the towering mountains of the Fitzroy range, Argentina will delight all visitors with her fabulous charm and natural beauty.

Electricity: 220V, 50Hz
Time Zone: GMT/UTC -3
Dialling Code: 54

Festival Calendar

March/April - Easter
May 1st - Labour Day
May 25th - Revolucion de Mayo - Commemorating the revolution of 1810.
June 10 th - Dia de las Malvinas
June 20 th - Flag Day
July 9 th - Independence Day
August 17 th - Dia de San Martin - Commemorating the anniversary of San Martin’s death
October 12 th - Columbus Day


For residents of the northern hemisphere, Argentina offers the inviting possibility of enjoying two summers in the same year, but the country's great variety and elongated geography can make a visit in any season worthwhile. Buenos Aires' urban attractions, for example, transcend the seasons, but Patagonian destinations, such as the Moreno Glacier in Santa Cruz, are best to visit in the summer months (December to February). The Iguazú Falls in subtropical Misiones province are best in the southern hemisphere's winter or spring when heat and humidity are less oppressive. The winter months (mid-June to late September) also offer the opportunity to go skiing.


The Argentinian Nuevo Peso is the official currency and as Argentina is generally one of the most expensive countries to travel through in Latin America, recent currency devaluation has resulted in a sharp drop in prices.

The US dollar is the best foreign currency to take with you as it offers the best rate of exchange, but most foreign currencies can be exchanged with little difficulty. Both credit cards and travellers’ cheques are widely accepted, but not without disadvantages. Commission rates as high as 10% will be levied on travellers’ cheques and should you choose to pay by credit card, you can expect a service charge.
Our best advice is to accept that you are probably never going to get the best rate of exchange and travel with the form of currency you feel most comfortable with. All of this taken into consideration, we still feel that travel to Argentina is definitely worth the extra cost!
Banking hours are from 10am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, closed on Saturdays and may vary depending on the season.


Most foreigners do not require a visa, only a tourist card, which is issued at no cost upon entering the country. You must reconfirm your country’s current entry requirements prior to your departure.

Dengue fever is a concern in the subtropical north. The Aedes aegypti mosquito, which transmits the dengue virus, is most active during the day, and is found mainly in urban areas, in and around human dwellings. Signs and symptoms of dengue fever include a sudden onset of high fever, headache, joint and muscle pains, nausea and vomiting. A rash of small red spots sometimes appears three to four days after the onset of fever. Severe complications do sometimes occur. You should seek medical attention as soon as possible if you think you may be infected. A blood test can indicate the possibility of dengue fever. There is no specific treatment. Aspirin should be avoided, as it increases the risk of haemorrhaging. There is no vaccine against dengue fever.

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