Argentina country travel information & pictures
I purposely planned my trip to Argentina in mid-November, when it's Spring in South America. I wanted the best possible weather, the long daylight hours, especially in Ushuaia and Patagonia.
I really wanted to see Tierra del Fuego National Park, which is located in the far south of the country; it's like the far north in North America, so Spring and Summer are the best times for good weather.
As well, November is shoulder or low season, so it's cheaper to travel, and less crowded.
If you are in Buenos Aires, it's easy to cross the Rio de la Plata by ferry or hydrofoil, to either Colonia (less than an hour) or Montevideo (about 3 hours). Regular flights go between Buenos Aires and Montevideo or even Punta Del Este, Uruguay.
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Go to Argentina Travel Information for tips on visas, airport, safety, money, language, and travel outfits Argentina trip. Packing for one trip, several different climates is always a challenge but still easy to do in one suitcase and a small backpack.