Group Excursions in Buenos Aires and Argentina
Argentina is a very large country and has many unique cultural destinations and natural attractions outside of Buenos Aires. Expanish offers both day and weekend Excursions in Argentina so you can test your Spanish skills while exploring the countryside or hiking through the mountains. We offer plenty of opportunities for sightseeing in Buenos Aires, so you never run out of things to do in the city, we know you want to see the diverse landscapes that Argentina boasts. That is why we have planned group excursions year-round. We welcome you to join us and other Expanish students on these exciting trips.
Each Excursion in Argentina is scheduled on specific dates which typically relate to the best season to visit the area. Have a look at what we offer, then feel free to contact us to see if we have an excursion planned during your visit.
Iguazu National Park is the home of numerous waterfalls, multicolored butterflies, flora and fauna. Enjoy the great biological diversity of the subtropical jungle and get close to the wonderment of the cascading falls.
Mendoza offers panoramic views of mountain range with a variety of colors and landscapes. It is also home to many prestigious wineries. Indulge in Mendoza’s fine wines while taking in the fresh air, relaxed vibe, and breathtaking scenery.
Just a short ferry ride away lies Argentina’s neighbor, Uruguay. Uncover the relaxed, colorful and quaint town of Colonia as you walk the cobblestone streets alongside the calm river that connects the two countries.
Bariloche offers some of the most majestic mountainous landscapes to hike, ski, kayak, and explore, that you will find in Argentina, possibly the world. Don’t forget to pick up some of their famous chocolate when you’re there!
You will be filled with awe at the site of the extensive Salt Flats located in the Northwest of the country. You can also visit the surrounding towns such as Purmamarca and Cachi, typical of the northern region of Argentina.
Embark on an incredible journey in Puerto Madryn, a popular destination on the Patagonian coast. During whale season, see the southern right whales in abundance, among other great species.
Explore the Perito Moreno glacier in the province of Santa Cruz. You can view it by boat or walking along the coastal walkway bordering the glacier. We highly recommend this tour if you want to be amazed by a landscape never seen before.
Located in the center of Argentina is a beautiful range of mountains. In Córdoba, be sure to try the local Fernet with the backdrop of one of the most beautiful landscapes in the country.
This area of Argentina is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its wonderful landscapes and towns that conserve pre-Columbian and colonial vestiges.