Ushuaia is located on the archipelago of Tierra del Fuego in Southern Patagonia. Its claim to fame is being the southernmost city in the world. You will see the words Fin del Mundo (end of the world - in the geographical sense not the apocalyptic sense)...

There are many hiking options available from El Chalten and one of the most popular and spectacular is the Laguna Torre hike taking hikers to the base of the majestic Cerro Torre (Cerro Mountain). This 22km round trip takes you through the Patagonian forest on...

Enjoy 7 courses at the gourmet Fogon Asado Experience. This intimate fine dining offers insight into traditional Argentinean cooking techniques. With only 24 guests it is a wonderful way to experience an Argentine Barbeque....

Fairfax journalist Jim Darby recently travelled to the vibrant city of Buenos Aires. In his article he reveals his six favourite Buenos Aires sights....

The remote Estancia Cristina located deep in Patagonia (Argentina) was visited by journalist Jim Darby. Hear about his experience in this wild and secluded paradise....

In a recent trip to South America and Antarctica journalist Jim Darby visited Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina. Here he pondered his preferred natural feature - glacier or waterfall. ...

One of the many highlights of South America is undoubtedly the magnificent Iguazu Falls. Situated on the border of Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls is one of the widest waterfalls in the world spanning a width of 2,700m across, consisting of 275 individual falls, and...

There are a growing number of excellent properties in South America that are now part of ‘Relais & Chateaux’. We thought we’d tell you a little about some of the properties our guests regularly experience and thoroughly enjoy....

'It's the end of the world as we know it. But here you'll feel fine.' Craig Plat, travel writer for Traveller, shares his experience in Ushuaia, Argentina staying at the Arakur hotel. 'The place: Arakur, Ushuaia. The location: It's the end of the world -...

Argentina is one of South America’s great horse and cattle producing countries. The vast plains of the Pampas extend westward across central Argentina from the Atlantic Ocean to the Andean foothills and are home to the country’s legendary gauchos....