Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro is one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere and is known for its natural settings, Carnival, samba, bossa nova, and balneario beaches such as Barra da Tijuca, Copacabana, Ipanema, and Leblon.


Salta, a province in northwest Argentina, encompasses parts of the Andes Mountains, Yungas forests and semiarid Gran Chaco lowlands. The capital, also called Salta, has colonial architecture including the neoclassical Cathedral of Salta.


Peru is a country in South America that's home to a section of the Amazon rainforest and Machu Picchu, an ancient Incan city high in the Andes mountains. The region around Machu Picchu, including the Sacred Valley, Inca Trail, and colonial city of Cusco,

San Luis

The Province of San Luis features perfect geographical traits for tourism, and not only to observe but also to enjoy various recreational and adventure activities that have multiplied in the last few decades.


An amazing region in Patagonia to discover the beautiful landscapes and ski among forests of prehistoric conifers. Unique place in the Andes with more than 10 snowmobiles for private access to beautiful pristine snow.

Atacama, Chile

Welcome to San Pedro de Atacama!

Santiago de Chile

Surprising, cosmopolitan, energetic, sophisticated and worldly, Santigo is famous for its cultural currents, expansive museums and top-flight restaurants.

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is an astonishing metropolis that looks a bit like Europe, but with an edgy Latin American twist. Glamorous and gritty, this is a very special place, beautiful in its own unique way, resilient and creative.

El Calafate

Just 3 hours away by plane from Cordoba, you’ll find: El Calafate. Today this is a tourist villa, the closest to the great Perito Moreno glacier, in Los Glaciares National Park.


It is known for its rich colonial heritage and its old university, now the second-largest of the country. Around 200,000 people study here, which makes the city's population one of the youngest and liveliest in South America.


The City of Mendoza is 1 hour 15 minutes far from Cordoba by plane, famous for lodging Mount Aconcagua, for its Malbec wines and for being the cradle of the heroic deeds of Liberator General San Martín, Father of the nation.

Iguazu Falls

The magnificent spectacle of these 275 individual drops has awed tourists, locals and indigenous inhabitants for centuries.


Located in Argentina's Río Negro province, just two hours away by plane from Cordoba and within the Nahuel Huapi National Park next to the Andes, you will find Bariloche, a city surrounded by thousand-year-old forests and mountains covered in snow.