Category Archives: Argentina

Guide To Overnight Argentina Buses

Overnight Argentina buses are a comfortable and affordable way of travelling through the country and you get to save money on accommodation for a night. Our latest post on tips to help make the most out of overnight buses and how to save money.

Overnight Argentina buses are a comfortable and affordable way of travelling through the country and you get to save money on accommodation for a night. We have taken too many buses to keep track of but can say with certainty that the buses in Argentina are the best we’ve ever been on. Though more affordable […]

Guide: Day Hike to Aconcagua in Argentina

What is Aconcagua? Aconcagua, at 6,961 metres, is the highest mountain outside of Asia and is located 183 km from Mendoza, Argentina. If you find yourself in Mendoza (and many travellers do when crossing from Santiago, Chile), a day trip to Aconcagua is well worth it to see the mountain.

Photos of Iguazu Falls To Inspire Your Wanderlust

Iguazu Falls Argentina

We’re sure you’ve seen photos of the magnificence that is the Iguazu Falls in Argentina. We couldn’t help it and just had to post up these photos to inspire wanderlust. 16 Photos of Iguazu Falls To Inspire Your Wanderlust We hope we’ve inspired your inner wanderlust! Love this? Pin it for later!

Argentina Diaries: Exploring Buenos Aires

Read about our time exploring Buenos Aires during our South American adventure. An unexpected set back sees us visiting some of the iconic sites in Argentina's capital.

We find ourselves travelling an hour by public bus to satisfy our craving for Korean food. We make it to Korea town which seems to be in the suss end of Buenos Aires. What really gives it away is arriving at the restaurant to find it locked and having to ring a doorbell to be […]

Argentina Diaries: Mendoza and Trekking Aconcagua

Mishaps from crossing the Chilean/Argentian border, spending time in Mendoza and trekking Aconcagua. Read about our time in Argentina.

The bus (another bus post) pulls up, we load our bags and present our tickets. ‘Tasa?’ the serviceman asks. He’s asking for confirmation that we paid the reciprocity fee for our Argentina visas. ‘Si!’ I reply – the receipts are in our travel wallet. Except that they aren’t.

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