Skip to main content


If countries could walk, Argentina would swagger. Over an area of more than a million square miles, it encompasses the richness and diversity of an entire continent.

From the elegant boulevards, tango halls, cafes and boutiques of Buenos Aires, Argentina unfolds through thousands of miles of flat pampa into the rolling sierras of Cordoba and the vineyards of Mendoza before soaring into the Andes – the country´s natural border with Chile.

To the north, cactus forests and lunar landscapes give way to subtropical jungle, wetlands and waterfalls.

To the south, Patagonia, one of the great unspoilt wildernesses of the world, embraces snow-capped peaks and crystalline lakes, immense glaciers and the windswept steppe of Tierra del Fuego.

Speak To A Specialist


Capital Buenos Aires
Language Spanish
Time Difference  GMT -3
Currency Argentine Peso (though USD widely accepted)
Read Far Away & Long Ago by W.H Hudson
Listen To Tango (Try Siempre es Carnaval by Roberto Ray)
Eat The best beef in the world
Drink Malbec

Saville Row anyone? Tailor made trips.

All of our trips are 100% tailor made. But we’ve decided to make the odd exception: this is a one-off, hot-to-trot, super-slick 13-night introductory itinerary to Argentina with all the usual PSA trimmings (cool hotels, local flights, drivers, spot on restaurant recommendations and updates on all the most worthwhile local experiences) – and all, we hope, at an accessible price point.

View Itinerary


  • Iguazú Falls & the Northeast
  • Southern Patagonia & the Glaciers
  • Peninsula Valdés & The Whales
  • Northern Patagonia & The Lakes
  • Salta and the Northwest
  • Córdoba
  • Buenos Aires
  • Mendoza & Wine Country
  • Cras et nibh convallis, suscipit nibh sed, sodales quam. Phasellus auctor, lectus ac sagittis fringilla, est metus elementum dui, non sagittis tellus tortor sodales odio. Vivamus congue erat eget dui condimentum, nec interdum nunc posuere
    James GrantTraveller