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At PIRÁ GUAZÚ TRAVEL we are dedicated to organizing your trips with totally personalized attention.

We will be your host in Argentina, so you only have to worry about enjoying the trip.
During your stay, we will be available to you at all times, with a direct line so you can contact your host at all times.



With PIRÁ GUAZÚ TRAVEL discover the most beautiful places in Argentina. We take care of the flights, accommodation, transfers, excursions, and getting you the best guides for each place.

From PATAGONIA to NORTHERN ARGENTINE, don't miss anything.





Iguazu Falls
La Gran Aventura


The Iguazu Falls, located on the border between Argentina and Brazil, over 1200 km north of Buenos Aires, are a natural wonder that captivates with their majesty and breathtaking beauty. This impressive display of nature is recognized as one of the world's must-visit destinations, and there are several compelling reasons to explore them.
The Iguazu Falls stand out for their immensity and power. With over 270 waterfalls spanning nearly 2 kilometers in the subtropical jungle, this natural phenomenon is an overwhelming visual spectacle. The roar of the water falling from towering heights creates a unique symphony that resonates throughout the surroundings, enveloping visitors in an unforgettable sensory experience.
The surrounding landscape of the falls is equally impressive. The subtropical jungle that houses the Iguazu Falls is home to an astonishing diversity of flora and fauna. Multicolored butterflies flutter among lush plants, while tropical birds such as toucans and parrots add color and sound to this natural paradise. Walking along well-maintained trails winding through the jungle provides the opportunity to explore the biological richness of the region.
The Devil's Throat, the highlight of the Iguazu Falls, is a scene apart. With a massive waterfall spectacle and a spray rising into the air, this natural phenomenon stands out as one of the most striking moments of the visit. The observation platform allows visitors to get as close as possible to feel the strength and majesty of this impressive waterfall.
The experience at the Iguazu Falls goes beyond passive observation. Visitors can embark on thrilling boat rides that take them right under the falls, providing a unique and exciting perspective. Additionally, the opportunity to explore the surrounding region, including national parks and conservation areas, offers chances for wildlife observation and a connection with nature in its purest form.


IGUAZU FALLS ARGENTINE SIDE WITH "THE GREAT ADVENTURE": Involves boarding a boat towards the main falls, venturing almost inside the falls themselves, something spectacular and, of course, a GREAT ADVENTURE.

Iguazu Falls


The described region is a historical-geographical area of Argentina, composed of the provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Tucumán, Catamarca, La Rioja, and Santiago del Estero. It covers just over 20% of the national territory. Its tourist hub, in this case, the City of Salta, is located about 1450 km northwest of Buenos Aires.
This region boasts some of the most beautiful landscapes and rich cultural heritage, allowing visitors to witness its majesty and immerse themselves in the culture of the northern Argentine people. You can embark on fantastic excursions, including:



A high-mountain train that ascends to 4,200 meters, one of the three highest railways in the world, traversing dizzying mountains of the Andes Range amid astonishing hidden nature and majestic structures like the famous La Polvorilla Viaduct.



A journey through an impressive gorge where colors dominate the hills due to thousands of years of mineral oxidation. The main protagonists of this excursion are the towns, landscapes, culture, and its people. Explore the renowned Quebrada de Humahuaca, globally recognized for its imposing landscapes and picturesque villages such as Volcán and Purmamarca, where you'll encounter the majestic Hill of Seven Colors.



An elevated journey that takes you to the most visited salt flat in Northern Argentina, passing through the most picturesque towns in the area. Delight your adventurous spirit with the most striking landscapes of the Argentine Puna.



The Iberá Wetlands are located in the province of Corrientes, Argentina, are a natural treasure inviting visitors to immerse themselves in a paradise of biodiversity and serenity. This extensive wetland, considered one of the largest freshwater ecosystems in the world, offers a unique experience highlighted by its scenic beauty and abundant wildlife.

What makes the Esteros del Iberá exceptional is their diverse and captivating landscape. Spanning over 15,000 square kilometers, these wetlands harbor an intricate network of streams, lagoons, and swamps surrounded by lush forests and grasslands. The vastness of the water and the symphony of colors reflecting on its surface, from the green hues of vegetation to the blues of the sky, create an unparalleled natural beauty.

The flora and fauna of the Esteros del Iberá are equally impressive. This ecosystem hosts an incredible variety of species, many of which are endemic and challenging to find elsewhere in the world. Waterfowl such as herons, ibises, and ducks make their home here, while caimans, capybaras, and marsh deer complete the fascinating list of inhabitants in the region. Birdwatching and the possibility of spotting animals in their natural habitat are experiences that make the Esteros del Iberá a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts.

Conservation of this ecosystem has become a priority, and numerous reserves and preservation projects allow visitors to explore the Esteros sustainably. Embarking on canoe or boat excursions is the best way to immerse oneself in the tranquility of these wetlands, exploring the nooks and crannies and discovering the magic of the wildlife thriving in this unique environment.



We'll be establishing our base in Capilla del Monte, an enchanting town in the province of Córdoba, situated 100 km from the provincial capital and nearly 800 km from Buenos Aires. Nestled at the foot of the majestic Cerro Uritorco, the highest peak in the Sierras Chicas of Córdoba, soaring to an altitude of 1979 meters above sea level, this locale is renowned for its mysticism, enigma, adventure, and an authentic connection with nature. Additionally, it boasts one of the world's few covered streets in its town center.
Capilla del Monte serves as the gateway for exploring the splendor of the Altas Cumbres with its graceful condors, the enchanting archaeology of Cerro Colorado adorned with ancient paintings, savoring Córdoba's exquisite wines at the Del Gredal winery, immersing oneself in the mystique of Ongamira, and embarking on an odyssey through the natural wonders along the Los Túneles route.
Many assert that the energy of this place can only be truly felt by being present. Globally acknowledged for its numerous UFO sightings and the mythical city of ERKS, Capilla del Monte beckons both adventure enthusiasts and those yearning for experiences beyond the ordinary. With its mountain rivers boasting crystal-clear waters, picturesque vineyards, secluded sanctuaries far from urban life, unspoiled nature, fresh air, and invigorating energy, the town offers an array of activities such as trekking, horseback riding, astrological tourism, serene ZEN meditation, bird and wildlife observation, rock climbing, leisurely strolls, and much more. This destination extends an invitation to explore, relish, and forge a profound connection with the unadulterated essence of nature.


mendoza wine tour

Mendoza is part of the Argentine region of Cuyo, one of the world's foremost wine-producing regions. The City of Mendoza is located approximately 1050 km west of Buenos Aires.
Immerse yourself in Mendoza's wine culture and discover why it is recognized as one of the finest wine regions globally. Our wine tour offers you an enriching, educational, and memorable experience as you delve into the passion and magic surrounding wine in the beautiful province of Mendoza. Embark on an unforgettable journey through charming vineyards and the exquisite wine culture.
During this captivating tour, you will have the opportunity to visit some of the most prestigious wineries in the area, where you'll learn the secrets of wine production from expert winemakers. You'll discover the processes, from grape harvesting to fermentation and aging in oak barrels, appreciating the passion and dedication required to create the world-class wines for which Mendoza is renowned.
As you venture into the vineyards, you'll be amazed by the beauty of the mountainous landscapes surrounding the region. Enjoy breathtaking views of the Andes Mountains, providing a majestic and serene backdrop to this wine experience.
Not only will you learn about the winemaking process, but you'll also have the chance to savor it. Engage in wine tastings guided by expert sommeliers, who will lead you through a variety of grape varieties and help you appreciate the subtle aromas and flavors of each wine. Taste reds, whites, and sparkling wines, including the famous Malbec that has put Mendoza on the world wine map.
Throughout the tour, you'll also have the opportunity to indulge in a delightful regional meal paired with selected wines, where local gastronomy seamlessly blends with the flavors of the region.


esquel and trevelin

We offer various ways to explore the region, whether on foot, on horseback, in a hot air balloon, or by flying. During the summer, there is everything to enjoy in nature and local culture. From leisurely walks to extreme activities like rafting, kayaking, and skydiving.
Visits to the Nant & Fall Vineyard, exploration of Natural Reserves, boat rides in the Los Alerces National Park, and car rentals to explore the surroundings like El Hoyo and Epuyén are just some of the options available.
For trekking enthusiasts, we provide guided excursions of level 1, 2, and 3 throughout the year, perfect for exploring in the fall. In winter, become a child again and enjoy the SNOW in all its splendor, and if you're a fan of winter sports, come and enjoy LA HOYA, one of the best ski and snowboard slopes in all of South America.
You'll discover breathtaking views of lakes, streams, thawing rivers, and mountains. You'll enjoy pure air and landscapes that are painted with the colors of each season: the greenery of the generous summer sun, the ocher rainbow of autumn, the burst of colors in spring, and the brilliant white blanket that covers the winters.
Patagonia charges you with energy and fills you with peace. Live an adventure of sensations.


Known as "The End of the World," Ushuaia is a hidden gem at the southernmost tip of Argentina, surrounded by natural beauty that captivates all fortunate enough to visit. This city, located on the Big Island of Tierra del Fuego, is almost 3,000 km south of Buenos Aires. It sits in a breathtaking environment that combines majestic mountains, imposing glaciers, and the unique charm of the southernmost region in the world.
What makes Ushuaia so special is its picturesque and diverse landscape. The Andes Mountains rise majestically on the horizon, offering panoramic views of snow-covered peaks contrasting with the crystal-clear channels of the Beagle Channel. Glaciers, like the impressive Martial Glacier, add a touch of grandeur to the region, creating a visually stunning backdrop.
Ushuaia is also the gateway to Tierra del Fuego National Park, a paradise for nature lovers. Well-marked trails lead visitors through lush forests, crystal-clear lakes, and rugged coastlines. The native wildlife, including seabirds, sea lions, and penguins, provides a unique opportunity for wildlife observation in their natural habitat.
Adventurers will find Ushuaia an ideal starting point to explore Antarctica, as many cruises to the white continent depart from here. Additionally, the city offers a wide range of outdoor activities such as trekking, skiing, sailing, and fishing, catering to those seeking thrills and unforgettable experiences.


Excursions: Beagle Channel navigation, walk through Tierra del Fuego National Park, Lake Fagnano, End of the World Train, Maritime Museum, among others.





The Perito Moreno Glacier, located in Los Glaciares National Park near El Calafate, Argentina.
What makes it so impressive is its massive size and constant activity. With an area of over 250 square kilometers and a height exceeding 70 meters above the water level, this ice giant is a living testament to the majesty of nature. Visitors can witness huge ice blocks breaking off from the main mass, creating thunderous sounds and spectacular waves on the lake.
The intense blue color of the ice is another outstanding aspect of the Perito Moreno Glacier. The sunlight reflecting on the ice crystals creates a palette of blue shades that vary throughout the day, providing an unforgettable visual spectacle. The sight of this massive glacier contrasting with the mountainous landscape and surrounding forests is simply breathtaking.
In addition to its stunning beauty, the Perito Moreno Glacier offers visitors the unique opportunity to experience thrilling adventures. Specially designed walkways allow you to walk within close proximity of the glacier, providing panoramic views and the chance to observe ice detachments in real-time. Boat excursions are also available, bringing visitors close to the glacier's front, offering a unique perspective from the water.
The region surrounding the Perito Moreno Glacier is equally beautiful. Los Glaciares National Park offers a variety of landscapes, from lush forests to crystal-clear lakes and majestic mountains. Nature enthusiasts will find a paradise for bird watching and exploring native flora.


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