Kick off your shoes and relax in the most exclusive hotels of Buenos Aires from Philippe Starck's luxurious Faena to the intimate Legardo Mitico
Enjoy hearty, homemade food washed down with plenty of red and listen to folklore stories at one of Argentina's real working estancias
SALTA AND THE NORTH WEST
There's a huge range of boutique hotels from traditional adobe houses to estancias and wineries situated in dream-like landscapes
VALDES PENINSULA & CHUBUT
Welsh farmhouses and seafront houses make ideal bases from which to explore this fantastically remote and rugged part of the country
MENDOZA & THE CENTRAL VALLEY
We would always recommend a stay at one of the famous Mendoza bodegas where you can appreciate the whole wine making process
Learn to ride like a gaucho at one of the estancias outside Buenos Aires. Not a place for vegetarians, their supper is half a cow over a wood fire
We've chosen only the best traditional lodges, working farms and luxury eco retreats that make up this immensely scenic area of Argentina
There are some wonderful places to stay in Iguazu from luxury hotels overlooking the falls to wooden lodges nestled in sub tropical rainforest
If wildlife's your thing then try one of our small, riverside ranches in the Ibera wetlands offering utter tranquility in remote and secluded locations
EL CALAFATE & EL CHALTEN
We've got some real gems including a boutique hotel overlooking the Perito Moreno Glacier where you can enjoy sunset views after the crowds have gone home
Whether you're in town before your Antarctic cruise or exploring the scenic Tierra del Fuego, we'll make sure it's in absolute comfort
Discover the different areas of Argentina from the metropolis of Buenos Aires to the windswept steppe of Patagonia.
"Excellent guide, who was really interested in our likes and dislikes made the trip memorable"
"Life is art: paint your dreams. This trip has been our Picasso, Rembrandt, Monet.....In fact our masterpiece. Thanks to David and team for setting the canvas to make our dream come true "
P & G Moss