Traveling to Argentina is a delight for the senses. The country arguably has the tastiest beef, the sexiest dance, the most fashionable people, the highest peak and the most cosmopolitan city in South America. Frequent travelers to Europe are often surprised and delighted by what they encounter in Argentina, quickly making the country the new destination for their annual pilgrimages.
Active travelers and lovers of the outdoors can stray from the chic, sophisticated capital of Buenos Aires and discover the gauchos and plains of Patagonia, world-class trout and salmon fishing, glacier skiing in the Andes and the exquisite new-world wine regions of Mendoza, San Juan, San Luis and La Rioja. Argentina has carved a nice little niche for itself among the world's gastronomic destinations. Our long-standing relationships with some of the best food purveyors and wine producers in the country grant Frontiers' travelers exclusive access to Argentina's culinary culture. The diversity of Argentina even carries over to its topography. You'll be struck by the full force of nature. The subtropical lowlands and imposing Iguazu waterfalls in the north, to the monumental Andes mountains, fronted by vineyards lining the west, to the high plains of the northwest. The blankets of rich, rolling soil in the central pampas and the glacial lakes of Patagonia and bleak, windswept steppes of Tierra del Fuego to the south truly showcase Argentina's diverse landscape.
Like a beloved classic recipe reinvented with a kick, Argentina takes some of its cherished characteristics of old-world Europe and infuses them with the fire and spirit that typifies this dynamic South American country. Frontiers invites you to broaden your palate.
Photos Courtesy of: Four Seasons Buenos Aires, Grace Cafayate, Hotel Remota, Llao Llao Hotel and The Vines Resort and Spa