Beautiful, provocative and intense, Argentina seduces with its street tango, grills, fútbol (football), gaucho culture and powerful Andes. It’s a great cocktail of travel thirst.
There are many reasons to travel to Argentina. The third most populous country in South America and the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, Argentina has a distinct and magnificent geography, interesting history and culture, a flourishing nightlife and a unique local cuisine. It is no wonder that Argentina attracts thousands of visitors every year. Here are some reasons why tourists can never get enough of Argentina, and why you may want to plan a visit soon.
Discover Argentina, this immense country, in its different aspects. From the Iguazu Falls to the Andes Cordillera, the Patagonian ice cream, the Mendoza vineyards and the seductive Buenos Aires, you will discover a colourful culture that will fascinate you. The unusual expeditions that we offer to the Globe-Setters and the discovery of grandiose, colourful and mysterious landscapes, guarantee you a total change of scenery during a top-of-the-range stay.
The city is located in the Nahuel Huapi National Park, next to the Andes. In 2012, it was declared Argentina’s Adventure Tourism Capital and in 2015, Argentina’s Chocolate Capital. Enjoy Bariloche all year round. It is here that nature rewards each visitor with exceptional landscapes. From snow-covered peaks and copper lenga to entire valleys covered with spring flowers and clear waters. There are many activities to enjoy in Bariloche: trekking and excursions, sailing, winter sports for all tastes, world-class cuisine, adventure tourism, romantic escapades, family activities, quiet stays and a diverse culture.
Llao Llao Llao Llao Llao Resort, Golf-Spa is the most exclusive hotel in Argentine Patagonia. Our hotel in Bariloche offers studios and suites with incredible views of lakes, forests and mountains. A beautiful indoor/outdoor pool, 18 holes of golf, an amazing Spa and activities for adults and children are some of the services offered by our hotel. Surrounded by the peaks of the López and Tronador hills and lakes Moreno and Nahuel Huapi, the 5-star hotel has a large 15-hectare park that includes an 18-hole golf course, marina, beach, solarium, indoor and outdoor heated overflow pool, spa and health centre with sauna, fitness and other activities. Llao Llao Llao Llao Llao has four restaurants to enjoy the most varied gastronomic offer, including international and typical first-class cuisine, such as our famous Llao Llao Llao Llao tea framed in a spectacular view of the hotel’s gardens and Lake Nahuel Huapi.
This mountain restaurant is perched at an altitude of 1,300 m. and is only accessible after an unforgettable snowmobile ride in winter. In a warm atmosphere, warm up by the fireplace, while sharing a generous cheese fondue, and for the most gourmands, chocolate for dessert. The large wooden terrace offers an incredible panoramic view of lakes Nahuel Huapi, Gutiérrez and Moreno and the mountains: a landscape straight out of a postcard!
Exceptional landscapes await you: there, the deep blue lakes are surrounded by dense forest. A peaceful place in the heart of nature, ideal to recharge your batteries. Then return to town, direction San Martin to eat. Once you’re full, go back to your adventure by following the Lacar Lake waterway. You will finally be guided back to the return path through the paths of La Rinconada, while crossing the village of Junin de los Andes. Travel through the mountains and stay on the lookout for the wildlife that populates this fantastic place.
The region is famous for its sublime natural park Nahuel Huapi, which is home to many treasures… During the day, stroll around the most beautiful natural sites such as waterfalls, lakes surrounded by green forest, not to mention the famous Tronador mountain. It is the highest mountain in Patagonia, with a peak at an altitude of 3478 metres that creates a border between Chile and Argentina. On this incredible site, you can admire the Ventisquero Negro (Black Glacier) which consists of imposing grey blocks formed by ice and mud avalanches.