Planning to travel to Argentina?
Want to know what are the 50 places to see and things to do from a local argentinian who totally adores his country ?
You will find here a detailed description of the sites to see
This list details 50 places to see and things to do when you are traveling in Argentina. It was written by guests who stayed here and who wanted to share their experience.
You are more than welcome to add to this list in the comment section below and I will make sure to update this post with your input
Until then …. Enjoy your travels ….
Iruya – Go to San Isidro – 2 hour walk
Iruya village is in Salta but buses leave from Humahuaca
Humahuaca – Go to Hornocal Hill
Tilcara – Go to Garganta del Diablo / Juella – 1 hour walk
– 7 Colores Hill – view point from the road
– Salinas Grandes – Salt Flat. You will need to hire a guide
Salta – Go to San Lorenzo – 30 minute bus ride
Cachi – Los Cardones
Cafayate – lots of wineries
San Miguel De Tucuman
Go to San Javier
Tafi Del Valle
Amaicha Del Valle
Santa Maria – Go to Quilmes Ruins
Londres – Go to El Shincal Ruins
Fiambala – Go to Balcon del Piscis, You will need to hire a guide
Antofagasta de la Sierra – Go to antofalla Salt Flat
Esteros Del Ibera
San Blas De Los Sauces
Valle de la Luna
Capilla del Mote / San Marcos Sierra
Mina Clavero / El Nono
Vaia General Belgrano
Mendoza – Go to Reserva Villavicencio
Uspallata – Go to Pozo de las Animas
Malargue – Go to Las Brujas Cavern
Sierra De La Ventana
Villa La Angostura – Near Bariloche
San Martin De Los Andes
Do the camino de los 7 lagos between San Martin and Bariloche
El Chalten – The capital of trekking
Perito Moreno Glacier
TIERRA DEL FUEGO
Usuhaia – Go to Laguna Esmeralda
Tierra del fuego N.P
When you leave Argentina, you might probably go to Chile. Check out 8 Things to See and Do in Chile
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