An Argentina honeymoon has it all; good food, excellent wine, Andean peaks, glaciers and waterfalls and even though it doesn’t have good beaches, the small fishing village of Jose Ignacio in Uruguay is only a 40 minute flight away from Buenos Aires. The sheer size of the country means you can be away from the crowds in no time and today you can find extraordinary colonial hotels with palatial suites to tiny, luxury hotels with private plunge pools; there is something for every taste.
Buenos Aires, the home of tango with its colourful districts is the best starting point and from there any destination with the country can be reached by an internal flight. Between May and October (when many couples choose to get married) the lesser known north-west region is ideal. Here lie the southernmost Inca ruins in the world, vineyards, canyons and salt flats, all of which can be easily combined with the impressive Iguazu falls.
Why an Argentina honeymoon
Argentina honeymoons work well for those who seek a more adventurous honeymoon, somewhere with more activity than relaxing on the beach, though this can of course still be done. The joy of walking or kayaking in the shadows of the Andes or wine tasting in Mendoza whilst still staying in exclusive, authentic estancias or lodges makes an Argentinean honeymoon unique.
- Luxurious, remote posadas and hotels; intimate romance
- A diverse mix of activities and relaxation
- An exotic taste of Latin America
- Outstanding food and wine