Argentina Archive

Solo Travel to Antarctica (Without a Single Supplement)

Does solo travel to Antarctica seem like it will be difficult to pull off? Many people who want to take a “trip of a lifetime” have trouble finding someone else who is ready to take it with them. One person’s bucket list is another’s “no way” list, especially when you’re talking about something as extreme […]

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The 5 Best Scenic Drives in Argentina

Argentina is a long country with some very long stretches of highway. This is a nation where a car trip can be 24 hours long and for most of that you’re seeing grass plains, farms, and cattle. It extends from lush rainforest and waterfalls in the north to the cold southernmost city in the world–the […]

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How to Pack for an Antarctica Tour

Packing light may be easy for a trip to the Tropics, but if you’re heading to the end of the Earth for an Antarctica Adventure Tour, choosing what to pack or not can have major consequences. Even if you’re on an airline generous enough to allow two checked bags with no fees, there are still […]

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5 Places to Get Useful Travel Information and Inspiration

There’s no shortage of travel information on the web or TV and we’re not lacking in places to go for inspiration. Here are a few ways to cut through the clutter.

Meet 5 Fascinating Antarctic Penguins

Long before they captured the hearts of audiences in movies like March of the Penguins and Happy Feet, penguins turned Antarctica’s remote, pristine landscapes into teeming wildlife domains. They number as many as 30 million and are scattered across Antarctica, its surrounding islands, and as far north as the equator. And these diverse areas are […]

Good News/Bad News in the Airline World

We’ve been watching announcements about new air routes opening up to the countries we cover with joy, but that’s been tempered by a general devaluation among the frequent flyer programs. So those U.S. airlines adding more routes are generally the ones treating you the worst in terms of perks. For the good news, we’re seeing […]