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Geography

The world’s 8th largest country full of immense plains, deserts, tundra, and forests, as well as tall mountain ranges, rivers and thousands of miles of ocean shoreline. It even claims portions of Antarctica.

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History

Argentina has played a massive role in the continent’s history. Argentina declared independence from Spain in 1816 and Argentinian Nationalists prompted revolutionary movements all across South America.

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Culture

Almost all Argentines are descendants of immigrants from Europe, and Argentine culture is a rich blend between European customs and Latin American innovations. It is a place so unique and rich in culture.

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Attractions

Alongside the romantic lure of the grasslands, mountains and Patagonian landscape, Argentina has a beautiful city life as well. Buenos Aires is among South America’s most cosmopolitan and crowded cities and is often likened to Paris or Rome for its architectural styles and lively nightlife.

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What we do

Alongside visiting Argentina’s grasslands, forests and the arid Patagonia. There is the challenge of climbing Aconcagua the world’s highest mount outside the Himalayas and one of the world’s seven summits.

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Mount Aconcagua - Normal Route

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Trip Days 17
Altitude 6962 M
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Overall Difficulty

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Mount Aconcagua - Normal Route (Private Expedition)

Argentina
Trip Days 17
Altitude 6962 M
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Overall Difficulty