Learn more about what to expect on this Argentina holiday including when to go and how comfortable you can expect to be.
When should I go?
This holiday can genuinely be taken at any time of the year.
If you had to pick an ideal month then it would probably be May/June as you will have moderate temperatures, low precipitation but with the greenery and water flow at a peak from the rainy season which ends around April time.
Buenos Aires is a year round destination with rainfall fairly light and steady throughout the year.
Temperatures in high summer (December through February) will go over 30c. Even at its coolest, in July, daytime highs are around 15c.
You can visit Salta year round. Winter runs from May through September. This is the driest time of year with basically zero precipitation.
It is also the coolest time of year with average daytime highs of around 20c. Days are somewhat shorter with sunrise at around 6am, sunset at 5pm.
In summer, average daytime highs move to 25c and higher. Rainfall peaks at around 160mm in January/February. Days are longer with sunrise at around 4am, sunset at around 6pm.
Iguassu The falls are spectacular at any time of the year. It is cooler and drier from May to September. August being the clearest and driest month but if you want the most water then rainfall is at its highest in April and December so May and January will see the biggest flows of water.
As active as you like but fairly relaxed on the whole.
In Salta you can explore on foot, horseback or bike according to your mood.
Stay in very comfortable first class hotels throughout this holiday.
In Buenos Aires stay in a small boutique style hotel in the pretty Las Canitas area of the city.
In the Salta area stay in a series of small, welcoming and very comfortable boutique hotels and lodges.
In Iguassu stay in a small lodge on the edge of the town of Iguassu.
Private guided excursions in Buenos Aires, Salta and Iguassu as described.
Private transfers throughout and hire car in and around Salta for the duration of that part of your stay.
Otherwise independent with help on hand should you need it.
Pura Aventura is passionate about the places it visits.
To preserve the integrity of these destinations we:
• Work directly with local businesses & organisations. We use small, locally owned hotels and restaurants.
• Work with local guides so that our holidays are more interesting for clients and more beneficial locally.
• Make payment to suppliers before our clients arrive.
In Argentina you will stay in a series of family run hotels directly benefiting the communities you visit.
Your visit directly benefits the preservation of the local environment.
As you already know, Pura Aventura is dedicated to safe and responsible travel. The links below provide useful content and more information about Argentina. Please call us of any special requirements on 01273 676 712.
The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office provides useful travel advice on Argentina.
BBC News provides useful information about Argentina. Read more about it.
Official Government website
Find out more about Argentina, by visiting its official government website.
Prepare your holiday
Before you go on your holiday to Argentina, please ensure you have the correct vaccinations. Check out the NHS website for advice, visit your GP or a travel clinic.
For the forecast in Argentina, visit wunderground.
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