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What our customers think of Argentina Tours

I would definitely return to Argentina and will recommend to others. Read the full review

Travelled: December 2022

Tracy - USA

It was the most epic, best trip of our lives. Read the full review

Travelled: February 2022

Shannon Foutz - USA

We loved the people in Argentina. Our opportunity to meet so many helpful people and experience the local culture encourages us to make another trip to Argentina. Read the full review

Travelled: February 2022

Carol Hixenbaugh - USA

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Arrangements were seamless and worked perfectly. On the one occasion when we needed to alter our schedule changes were made swiftly and very efficiently.

Travelled: February 2016

Neil & Sally -

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We are independent travelers and I'm used to booking everything myself, but when it came to Patagonia I got overwhelmed with all of the possibilities, so I would highly recommend Swoop to anyone!

Travelled: January 2016

Heidi -

It is easy to put people in fancy hotels but hard to plan a trip that meets the individual’s needs. You planned just the right variety and pacing for us. Thank you so much for all your help.

Travelled: November 2015

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Where to go in Argentina

Argentina is home to diverse cultures and landscapes. Some of the highlights are:

  • Its vibrant capital Buenos Aires, the birthplace of tango dancing, explore beautiful plazas, fascinating museums and bustling river fronts.
  • The famous Iguazu Falls, this chain of gigantic waterfalls set amongst a teeming rainforest in northern Argentina, is one of the world’s most beautiful natural wonders.
  • The verdant Lake District in northern Patagonia, combining shimmering lakes, jagged peaks, white water rapids and biking trails, the Argentinian Lake District has something for everyone. Just a stone's throw away are the wide expanses of the Patagonian Steppe, where a horse is your best mode of transport.
  • Authentic estancias in the Patagonian Steppe.
  • Los Glaciares National Park, the massive South Patagonian Ice Cap feeds the many glaciers that give Argentina's most famous national park its name. Hikers and climbers flock to the hub towns of El Calafate and El Chalten to explore the famous Fitz Roy massif, Perito Moreno glacier or the giant ice sheet itself on day hikes, long treks or boat trips.
  • Tierra del Fuego and its capital Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world. This rugged region, at the foot of the continent, can be explored by wilderness treks to Isla Navarino or voyages along historic sailing routes through the Magellan Strait, down the Beagle Channel and round Cape Horn.
What are the highlights of Argentina

Types of Argentina Tours

Tailor-made tours

Our years of experience and extensive network of local partners can help you build your dream trip from the endless possibilities of Patagonia. We'll talk through your ideas, give you some suggestions, set it all up and advise on travel, kit and preparation, so that you get the Patagonia adventure you've always wanted.

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Group Tours

Explore Chile with a group of likeminded travellers. With set departures and fixed pricing, group tours are an easy and practical way to plan your trip. Benefit from the local knowledge of a tour guide throughout and maximise the time that you have in each area.

Ten hikers doing the W Trek in snowy conditions in Torres del Paine National Park. Torres del Paine Hike, Chile

Group hike, Torres del Paine

Luxury Tours

To a certain extent the definition of luxury in Chile is very personal to the individual. From sipping Malbec whilst soaking in a wood-burning hot tub on the banks of a river to waking up to snow capped mountains bathed in a pink morning glow whilst under a crisp white duvet, there are a variety of experiences on offer.

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Arranging a tour with Swoop

Whether you're interested in booking a single hike or the holiday of a lifetime, we'll first spend some time talking about your ideas for your trip. We love helping people plan adventures to Argentina and Patagonia, and with over 15 year's experience we can help you decide when to travel, where to go and what to see. We'll provide advice and inspiration and together, we'll help you choose the perfect trip or craft your dream itinerary. 

More about Argentina

Magellanic penguins on Peninsula Valdes, Patagonia, Argentina

Peninsula Valdes

The Valdes Peninsula is a unique land formation and global conservation site, home to an abundance of marine life as well as countless weird and wonderful land mammals and birds. …

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Tierra del Fuego

Tierra del Fuego

As you reach the end of the continent, the rugged landscape becomes wilder and wilder, finally crumbling into thousands of rocky islands. Tierra del Fuego is a region of …

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Ready to plan your Patagonia adventure?



We'll spend some time listening to your aspirations, then discuss the kind of experience that might suit you.



Next we'll discuss the options, shortlist the best trips for you and present you our impartial recommendations.



We'll place a 24 hour hold on your preferred option - without obligation - whilst we talk through the details.

Whatever your budget, group size, length of stay, preferred activity or appetite for adventure, we can help.