Luxury Argentina tour
Description of Luxury Argentina tour
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetAs with all of our luxury holidays, this itinerary has been crafted to ensure that it positively effects the local communities and environments visited.
This itinerary includes trips to some of Argentina's protected areas of natural beauty, including the Los Glaciares National Park, trekking across the renowned Perito Moreno Glacier. By visiting these sites (all entrance fees are included in your luxury tour), you are supporting the preservation and conservation of these areas, and indicating to authorities that tourists are interested in protecting Argentina's incredible natural environments.
Whilst exploring Argentina's areas of natural beauty, please ensure that you don’t leave any litter – everything you carry in, you must carry out. Aside from the environmental damage, litter can be harmful to the wildlife.
We also make a special effort to recommend accommodation providers which have responsible and sustainable initiatives. For example, Las Balsas, located in Villa La Angostura of the Lake District, is a luxury hotel offering immersive nature adventures with local guides. You can go trekking and sailing, then later tuck into traditional Argentine cuisine at the hotel's restaurant, made with fresh, local produce.
PeopleAll the local guides referred to in this itinerary are paid a fair wage. We believe that using local guides is important, as it helps generate local incomes and creates jobs, plus it offers a more authentic travel experience. We believe getting to know the destination and the people who live there means that you will have a more authentic and meaningful travel experience.
We recommend independent local hotels, lodges, guesthouses and campsites, rather than international chain hotels, which helps support local communities and allows you to experience true Argentine hospitality. For example, Llao Llao has a rich heritage, originally opening in 1938 following the creation of the Nahuel Huapi National Park 1934. Built by renowned architect Alejandro Bustillo, the building features structures made from cypress logs and larch tiles.
A great way to contribute to the community is through Pack for a Purpose program, using extra luggage space to bring and donate supplies for local community initiatives. You can leave your donations with partner accommodations, which pass them on to schools, medical centres or conservation projects.
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