Salta boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in Argentina, with vast mountains and valleys, and a rich cultural heritage.
Ryan takes a slight detour to see the Cerro de Siete Colores, or Hill of Seven Colores, perhaps Northwest Argentina’s top tourist attraction.
Ryan visits Colonia Carlos Pellegrini, where he got up close with capybara, deer and other wildlife in northern Argentina.
Ryan tackles the question of which country has better wine: Chile or Argentina? His decision is based on tasting wine from each, including a trip to both.
Ryan remembers his trip to the Argentine side of Iguazú Falls, where he had to fight off a raccoon-like animal before he could marvel at the rushing water.
[I]f there’s a better way to spend a day of travel than touring wineries, I’d like to hear about it. I’ve always been fond of drinking wine, but it wasn’t until my trip around the world in 2008 that I had the chance to visit two of the world’s top wine regions, Stellenbosch and Bordeaux. […]
Dave shares his final thoughts on Argentina, including highlights and cost of travel, after spending two and a half months traveling the country.
Dave shares his favorite photos of an epic bus ride from Mendoza to Santiago, featuring winding roads and snow-capped mountains.
In this photo essay, Dave shares his favorite photos from Cordoba, Argentina, including many of the city’s most historic churches and cathedrals.
On July 14, 2001, Che Guevara’s house in Alta Gracia, Argentina opened to the public in the form of a museum, housing a collection of his personal items.