On the wait list for a long time, I was finally able to visit this amazing country in November of 2019.
The eight largest country in the world by area, Argentina hosts both the highest and lowest points of South America within its borders.
Home of the Tango, Eva Perón and a majority of Patagonia, your visit to Argentina will be filled with culture, nature and a desire to return the moment you lift off from Ezeiza!
I have experience in three areas of Argentina; Buenos Aires, El Calafate and Puerto Iguazú.
For your visit to Buenos Aires, I will connect you with my good friend Daiana and she will be your guide to the Paris of South America! She can also assist you with a day visit to Uruguay by ferry if you're interested.
For your adventure at the breathtaking Iguazú Falls, my buddy Pedro will be your guide. I would highly suggest to visit bordering Paraguay where he is from and Brazil as well to make the most of your adventure here.
I will be at your service for your visit to El Calafate and the Perito Moreno Glacier, so don't bother renting that expensive car to get around! I know a much cheaper, reliable and far less stressful way of getting around Patagonia!
US citizens do not require a tourist visa and are no longer required to pay the reciprocity fee.
Australian citizens must pay a reciprocity free of AUD100, which allows multiple entries for a period of one year.
Citizens of India or Morocco have to obtain a visa in their country of usual residence, but the visa is free.
A valid certificate for the Yellow Fever Vaccine is required.
From the moment we landed in Buenos Aires, Daiana had our backs when we ran into some confusion at the airport and so right away I knew she was someone we were going to be able to rely on.
Truth be told, I think we became good friends before we even made it to the first stop of the day!
To this day I am still laughing about her Pepsi story and I'm certain you will have the same experience, leaving with many laughs and a new friend in Buenos Aires!
I can assure you that your visit with Pedro at the helm will be one you won't forget! I can't recall the last time I laughed so much before this visit, so that alone should speak volumes considering it's very difficult to make me laugh.
Your visit will be a punctual one to ensure that you see everything you're aiming to see in the time that is available, and I highly suggest staying in the area for a few days to e able to really enjoy everything not just in the Argentine section of Iguazú, but the Brazilian and Paraguayan sectors as well!
Be sure to ask about the cameraman and the jaguar, it's one of my favorite travel stories to share!