Months ago, Argentina suspended the $160 Reciprocity Fee required of American travelers to enter the country. This was done in order to strengthen the relationship between Argentina and the US. Clearly the feedback was positive and tourism soared, because Argentina has permanently rescinded the Reciprocity Fee. Tourist and business travelers are allowed to stay in Argentina for up to 90 days, as long as their passport is valid for 6 months past the intended departure date from Argentina.
This may be the perfect time to put that lifetime dream of seeing Buenos Aires into action. Let us take you around the vibrant capital city, learning about the rich history of Argentina and attending a tango show (and, for the brave ones, learning to tango yourself)!
No trip to Argentina would be complete without seeing the splendor of Iguazú Falls. A quick jaunt over to the Brazilian side as well will give you the full perspective.
Venture on to the wine country of Mendoza, renowned for award-winning vines. You may discover a vintage so perfect you’ll have to ship a case home!
Dancing, wine, waterfalls… sound like heaven? Well, in this diverse country, the fun doesn’t stop there. Travel further south to the Bariloche and Patagonia regions, where the scenery is quite literally breathtaking.
From the shores of Peninsula Valdes with abundant wildlife to hiking around the Perito Moreno Glacier, Patagonia is the next hot destination for the discerning traveler.
Have we convinced you to pack your bags? Not quite? Then let us entice you with the most remote, bucket-list-worthy destination out there: Antarctica. Cruises to this wonderland of ice depart from Argentina, and combining the two destinations is not only seamless, but a unique trip you’ll be talking about for ages.
Thank you to Trips South America for all photos in this article.