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Argentina holidays by Reisenbook

Argentina is a diverse country of stunning natural beauty, from tropical rainforests and thundering waterfalls to Patagonia, a great wilderness with immense glaciers seemingly stretching to the end of the world.

Its vast territory encompasses high desert plateaux, multicoloured canyons, pristine lakes, flat grassy plains and snow-capped mountain ranges.

Arriving in Buenos Aires is like jumping aboard a moving train. The modern metropolis whizzes by, alive with street life from busy sidewalk cafes, to hush parks carpeted in purple jacaranda blooms in springtime. Stylish porteños (residents of Buenos Aires) savor public life – whether it’s sharing mate (a tea-like beverage) on Sunday in the park or gelato under handsome early-20th-century stone facades. There are heaps of bookstores, creative boutiques and gourmet eats. Buenos Aires isn’t the only stunner – Córdoba, Salta, Mendoza and Bariloche each have their unique personalities and unforgettable attractions, so don’t miss them.

From mighty Iguazú Falls in the subtropical north to the thunderous, crackling advance of the Glaciar Perito Moreno in the south, Argentina is home to a vast natural wonderland. Diversity is a big part of it. The country that boasts the Andes’ highest snowbound peaks is also home to rich wetlands, rust-hued desert, deep-blue lakes, lichen-clad Valdivian forests and Patagonia’s arid steppes. Wildlife comes in spectacular variety, from penguins and flamingos to capybaras, giant anteaters, whales, guanaco herds and more. In this vast country, stunning sights abound and big adventure awaits.

Satisfying that carnal craving for flame-charred steak isn’t hard to do in the land that has perfected the art of grilling. Parrillas (grill houses) are ubiquitous, offering up any cut you can imagine, alongside sausages and grilled vegetables. Thin, bubbly pizzas and homemade pastas also play central roles, thanks to Argentina’s proud Italian heritage. But there’s more. Buenos Aires fads are fun and fast-changing, bringing gourmet world cuisine to both upscale restaurants and the shady cobblestone neighborhoods. Grab a table, uncork a bottle of malbec, and the night is yours.

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Top things to do in Argentina

Iguazu Falls

The beautiful Iguazu Falls is situated near Argentina’s border with Brazil along with Iguazu National Park that is on the Argentina side and Iguacu National Park which lies in Brazil. These waterfalls are stunning view of South America as it is one of the UNESCO World heritage sites. 

Tierra del Fuego National Park

This national park is full of rivers, lakes, peaks and more. In numbers the visitors are attracted as it is the oldest coastal national park in Argentina. It is made in a massive area of 156000 acre which is extended to all ways of Lago kami to Beagle channel and Chilean border. 

Ushuaia: The End of the World

Patagonia is popular for its stunning landscapes, which is a mixture of Andes and the specular plains and plateaus. Located at the southern part of Argentina. The world’s southernmost city is Ushuaia, the most adventures city.

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Key Facts

Capital Buenos Aires
Currency Argentine Peso
Flight time from Kuala Lumpur 31h 21m
Official languages Spanish and English
Time difference + 11 hours
Visa Requirements Required for Malaysian Passport Holders

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