There's quite a bit to see and do in this southernmost country in South America.
Located between Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires. It is known as the center of Argentina. It is the second largest city, in the center of the Pampas region.
Mendoza — Famous due to its vast production of high quality wine. Although it pulls in a healthy percentage of tourists seeking adventure, enticed by the opportunities to rock climb, ski, hike and raft not too far of a drive from the business district, the area's greater than 1,000 vineyards attract devoted wine lovers in even bigger numbers.
El Calafate — A tourist town of 7,000 in Patagonia. A key spot if you are heading to the Glaciers National Park; Perito Moreno Glacier is a must-see in the glacial park.
Ibera Wetlands — a nature reserve of 13,000 square km (8,000 sq. miles) making it the second largest freshwater wetlands in the world. The ecosystem of the Pantanal goes along the river's edge and once it is in Argentina it grows to be more accessible than in any other region not inside Brazil. The Ibera wetlands are a blend of swamps, bogs, stagnant lakes, lagoons, natural courses of water that forms the southern border of Paraguay with Argentina.
Iguazú Falls — spectacular falls located in the north-east section of the country in Misiones and shares the border with the Brazilian state of Parana. Made up of many cascades producing vast sprays of water, it is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world.
Nahuel Huapi National Park — at the foothills of the Andes mountains with lakes, rivers, waterfalls, peaks, glaciers and forests. Throughout the year, it's a destination for nature lovers and sports lovers.
Ushuaia - Known as the southernmost city in the entire world. Located on the coast of the Beagle Channel, at the most southern point of Tierra del Fuego Island, and enclosed by the Martial Mounts.