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Amazing Argentina

04 April 2019 to 16 April 2019
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Join Joanne Page on this exploration of Argentinian culture, scenery and wildlife. Starting at spectacular Iguassu Falls, a natural wonder of the world, explore both sides and go in search of shy wildlife in the surrounding tropical forest. Travel to sophisticated Buenos Aires, with its grand colonial architecture, Latin passion and thriving arts scene. Continue south to the remote wilderness of UNESCO-protected Los Glaciares National Park, to discover the magnificent Perito Moreno and Upsala glaciers. Finish in the beautiful Argentine Lakes at Bariloche, famous for its outstanding scenery, chocolatemaking and Swiss alpine-style architecture. 


  • Visit Iguazu Falls, part of the largest waterfall system in the world and a spectacle to behold
  • Explore the boardwalks along the waterfall’s edge and spot howler monkeys, giant anteaters, toucans and maybe even an elusive jaguar
  • Explore Buenos Aires’ cultural highlights including the Colon Theatre, the Plaza de Mayo, atmospheric San Telmo, colourful La Boca and the fascinating cemetery in Recoleta, resting place of Eva Peron
  • Spend a day navigating ice floes by catamaran to see the western face of the Upsala Glacier and the immensity of the Spegazzini Glacier
  • Traverse Lake Nahuel Huapi to explore the famous Arrayanes Forest and Victoria Island, with opportunities to walk and photograph the staggering lake scenery

Trip scholar

Dr Joanne Page, Director of the Centre of Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge

Booking details

Temple World
Tel: +44 (0) 20 8940 4114

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