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Immerse yourself in city sophistication and Latin flair on a customized tour of Argentina. With your private guide and driver, set out to embrace energetic Buenos Aires. Seek out charming outdoor cafés, or learn sultry dance moves at a private tango lesson. Savor Argentinian beef in an authentic steakhouse, or opt for a private cooking lesson to learn how to pr ...Show More


On A Argentina Tour


On Your Argentina Tour

Passport Requirements for Argentina Tours

American and Canadian citizens must have a passport that is valid for at least 6 months beyond the intended return date in order to enter and depart Argentina.Tourists must also provide proof of return or onward travel. Each traveler is responsible for ensuring that his/her passport is up to date. Citizens of other nationalities should check with respective authorities before departure. Please ensure that the name on your passport matches all travel documents we have issued. If this is not the case, please contact us immediately.

Please make a photocopy of your passport’s identification page and keep it separate from the original. It’s also a good idea to leave a digital copy with someone at home. This may speed the replacement process should you lose your passport.

Visa Requirements for Argentina Tours

American and Canadian citizens traveling on regular passports for business or tourist purposes do not need a visa for a stay of up to 90 days. Please note that if you are staying longer than 90 days, obtaining a visa is your responsibility. These requirements change often and therefore it is recommended that you check with the Embassy of Argentina for the most up- to-date information.

There is no visa required for entry to Argentina, however there is a “reciprocity fee”. Americans and Canadians must purchase the reciprocity fee online, prior to entry, regardless of entry by air, land, or sea. Please visit https://reciprocidad.provincianet.com.ar/ and click on the “sign up” button.

For more visa information please visit:

America: www.travisa.com

Canada: www.travisa.ca

Insurance Recommendations for Argentina Tours

Cancellation and Medical Insurance is highly recommended as it can safeguard against the expenses associated with in-country medical emergencies, lost or delayed baggage and emergency cancelation or interruption of your trip. Please ensure your policy will provide you with upfront medical coverage so that you are not responsible for a hefty doctor’s bill while away. Insurance can be purchased through us.

Vaccination Requirements for Argentina Tours

Some vaccines require more than one dose or a major length of time to be effective. For that reason, it is recommended to see your doctor or health provider at least 6 to 8 weeks before your trip. Please bring vaccination certificates with you in your carry-on luggage as you may need to present them on arrival.

For all vaccinations and health requirements, you can also refer to the recommendations from:

World Health Organization (WHO): http://www.who.int and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) http://wwwnc.cdc.gov.

Medication Requirements for Argentina Tours

If there are any medical items essential to your health, such as prescription drugs or corrective eye wear, bring duplicates and divide them between your checked bags and hand luggage. While non-prescription drugs such as aspirin are generally available, it is difficult to replace prescription items.

Other recommended Items:

  • Sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher), after-sun lotion, lip balm, sunglasses
  • Insect repellent with a high concentration of DEET (at least 30 percent)
  • Basic medicine kit (painkillers, band-aids, antiseptic cream, etc.)
  • Digestive aids such as Imodium, Pepto-Bismol. Also, re-hydration salts and anti-diarrhea preparations
  • Hydrocortisone tablets or cream for allergic skin reactions and bites
  • Anti-nausea tablets if you suffer from motion sickness

Weather, Seasons and Climate in Argentina

Argentina's climate ranges from the great heat and extensive rains of the subtropical Chaco in the north, through to the pleasant climate of the central Pampas, and the sub-Antarctic cold of the Patagonian Sea in the south. The main central area is temperate, but can be hot and humid during summer (December to February) and cool in winter.

For up-to-date forecasts, check www.weather.com.

Clothing and Essential Items for Argentina Travel

Suggested items to pack:

  • Quick-drying shirts, shorts and hiking trousers (zip-off trousers are highly recommended)
  • Waterproof windbreaker, long trousers & long-sleeved tops for the rainforest
  • Bathing suit and small towel
  • Comfortable clothes for hanging out in the evenings
  • A good set of earplugs (dogs, monkeys, buses, neighbors, etc.) can be invaluable!
  • Flashlight/ Torch, Watch/Alarm clock
  • Plastic bags, good for keeping valuables dry in the rainy season
  • Binoculars if you are interested in the local wildlife—especially birds
  • Hiking poles if you will be doing a lot of hiking
  • Small umbrella if visiting during the rainy season

Photographers: Remember to pack sufficient memory cards, a spare camera battery, charger and dust-resistant case.

Electricity, Phone and Internet in Argentina

Electricity: Electricity in Argentina is 220-240 Volts.

Phone: Roaming charges vary between carriers, but tend to be quite costly. Consult your phone provider prior to departure to discuss overseas rates and international package options.

Internet: Internet cafés and wireless access is available in most urban areas, airports and hotels. Please note that wi-fi and internet service provided in properties is at the discretion of each establishment and Kensington Tours has no control over this. Please feel free to check with your Sales Consultant before travel if you’d like to know internet set up at each of your properties or contact the properties directly so you are aware of their internet policy if this is important to you. You may like to speak to your internet provider prior to travel to arrange a roaming package.

Currency in Argentina

The official currency of Argentina is the peso (ARS), divided into 100 centavos. ATMs are available in most cities but it is still best to carry alternative forms of payment as daily withdrawal limits are low and machines don't always work. For current exchange rates please visit www.xe.com. Please note USD is accepted in most places, however to save money we recommend you use peso versus USD.

Quick Facts for a Argentina Tour

Capital: Buenos Aires

Language: Spanish

Currency: Argentina Peso (ARS)

Religion: Christian

Time Zone: UTC -3

Electricity: 220 Volt, 50 Hz

Telephone: Country code for calling is +54

Calling North America: Dial 001 plus area code and your 7-digit number

Emergency numbers in Argentina: Police: 911, Medical Emergency Services: 107 Firemen: 100, Ambulances: 107

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