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Honeymoon in Argentina
Beautiful people, tango & wine, cowboys and snow-capped peaks, a honeymoon in Argentina will leave you wanting to explore more…
One of the most vast, interesting and scenic countries in South America, a honeymoon in Argentina is a dream adventure.
Most couples will start their honeymoon in Argentina in the capital, Buenos Aires. This legendary city is a mix of of faded architectural grandeur mixed a cosmopolitan modern metropolis. Enjoy the cafe culture. Feast on steaks and empanadas. Enjoy the flowing Malbec. Try Dulce de Leche everything.
Talk to the locals about football (soccer) in La Boca. Shop until you drop in the unique boutiques of Palermo. Have dinner and see a tango show in San Telmo. Marvel at the cemetery in Recoleta. Stroll through the cobblestone streets of Retiro. Discover some of the city’s incredible museums and parks.
Take a day trip to another country, Uruguay, and visit the town of Colonia del Sacramento. Its historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You could also pop over to Montevideo and have a few days on the beach at Punta del Este. While Argentina is not known for its tropical beaches, you could also take the highway or train down to the seaside city Mar del Plata.
Argentina is really about an adventure honeymoon. Jump on a flight to the ‘end of the earth’ at Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego — the gateway to Antarctica. Stand on the southernmost point at Cape Horn and witness where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Pacific Ocean. Take a hop up to El Calafate and start exploring the snow-capped mountains of Patagonia.
Hike In Los Glaciares National Park marvel at the winterscape of the Perito Moreno Glacier — the vastness of Patagonia will take your breath away. See icebergs floating across Lago Argentino. Explore Bariloche for Argentina’s own Lake District. Hike around the majestic blue lakes and Andean peaks. Nahuel Huapi National Park is one of the most scenic places on earth.
Wine connoisseurs planning a honeymoon in Argentina should make time for Mendoza and the surrounding vineyards. Tastings of Cabernet, Tempranillo and Chardonnay and Malbec await. You may also want to spend a few hours hopping over the Andean border to Chile for more wine tours.
Unleash your inner cowboy or gaucho around the Pampas. Include Salta aka canyon country in your itinerary. Take a trip to the Purmamarca and Hill of the Seven Colours and visit the salt plains, Salinas Grandes. From Salta, you could head north into Bolivia and the Uyuni Salt Flats to La Paz for an epic multi-destination honeymoon adventure.
No trip is complete without one of South America’s highlights — Iguazú Falls. This natural wonder on the border of Brazil and near Paraguay is one of the continent’s most captivating sites and is among the world’s most impressive waterfalls. They really will take your breath away.
From Puerto Iguazú, you can transfer to Brazil’s Foz do Iguaçu. This crossing near the falls makes Brazil the perfect add on to a honeymoon in Argentina. From Foz take a flight to intoxicating Rio de Janeiro. You’ll find plenty of tropical style beaches in Brazil too. Buenos Aires has plenty of connections to major Central & South American cities, so if you have more time, you could also combine a honeymoon in Argentina with Ecuador, Peru, Colombia and Mexico. There are also direct flights from the USA, including Miami and New York and Toronto, in Canada.
With stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and beautiful people – a honeymoon in Argentina is perfection.
Best time to visit Argentina
Because of the varying climates across the country, Argentina can be visited all year round depending on where you want to see. Some parts, such as Patagonia, experience cold temperatures during the southern hemisphere winter (from June to August). During the southern hemisphere summer (November to February), the north is hot. The best time to visit Argentina for a honeymoon is during Spring and Autumn.
Is Argentina good for a honeymoon? Yes, a honeymoon in Argentina is ideal for lovers of culture, history, food and the great outdoors.
How long do you need for a honeymoon in Argentina? We recommend at least 14-21 nights for a honeymoon in Argentina.
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