Argentina is a journey of unique experiences. From the glaciers of Patagonia to the vineyards of Mendoza, from icy Antarctica to the bustle of Buenos Aires, there is so much to see in this dynamic and incomparable country. With the emphasis on safe and rewarding experiences, ATP DMC can design and organize trips which take advantage of open spaces and remote locations, providing the independence your clients will be looking for whilst still being able to count on our support throughout the trip.

Argentina Travel Partners - ATP DMC

Argentina Travel Partners (ATP DMC) is an independent Destination Management Company which provides visitors to Argentina with authentic, unique travel experiences in this beautiful country that encompasses the richness and diversity of an entire continent.

Whether it is a once-in-a-lifetime vacation, a special honeymoon or a new adventure, our warm and experienced staff will leave no stone unturned in the quest for new ideas and new products to help achieve maximum value for the clients we are entrusted with. We are also experts in running amazing incentives, pushing the boundaries to create tailor-made programs which will result in the experience of a lifetime.

With over 30 years’ experience creating unforgettable memories, we love showing visitors the best of our beautiful Argentina. Our passionate team, unique insight, outstanding attention to detail, service and strong supplier relationships make the difference between an ordinary experience and an unforgettable one.

Argentina

Argentina is a land of contrasts, a land of unparalleled natural diversity. This vastness and variety provide an endless scope for off-the-beaten track experiences, where one can enjoy the great outdoors safely, away from the crowds. And in the new present, where jumping from city to city amid bustle and hubbub is something of a challenge, an excellent option is to choose more remote locations to stay several days in safe and natural surroundings. From romantic walks in the Alp-like landscape of Bariloche, to glamping near the Fitz Roy Mountain in Patagonia, jungle adventures by the thunderous roar of Iguazu Falls, learning the gaucho ways by staying at remote estancias in the pampas, or self-drive itineraries in the wine country of Mendoza or the rugged Northwest. There are so many interesting experiences, adventures to live, unspoiled scenery, and moments to create in this vast country. Let us inspire on how to reconnect with nature in Argentina:

Self Drive

Itieneraries

Our suggested self-drive trips are organized through our trustworthy companies, so you can always rely on our expertise to help you plan the perfect holiday for your clients.
Benefits of a self-guided tour:
Freedom: A self-drive tour offers complete freedom and flexibility to decide where to travel and at what pace.
The Ideal Itinerary: your clients will receive all the necessary information and tools, such as directions, maps, and safety advice to make them enjoy their trip.
Local Knowledge: While the idea is to have freedom to go wherever your clients want, our knowledgeable consultants will still provide plenty of helpful tips and recommendations for must-see sights, pre-arranging excursions, and activities based on the specific itinerary and interests.

Properties to take over

as a family

Learn more about the types of properties we can buy out for clients travelling as a small group of friends or family, as part of a tailor-made itinerary.
Our portfolio ranges from reserving all the rooms in a small luxury hotel, a lodge, a glamping camp site, or a family run ranch, to private villas in some of the most remote locations.
The perfect way to guarantee a high degree of privacy and exclusivity.

Responsible

Travel

Argentina has so much to offer those who wish to connect with a unique experience, either in large cities such as Buenos Aires, or far away from crowds.
Places where nature is pure and unspoilt, impressive landscapes that seem to be from another planet, little-known spots to explore and experience the culture on the ground.
It is a good moment to promote and responsibly manage the conservation of natural resources and cultural identities.
Learn more on the activities on foot and on bikes we have designed, as this is the best way to get in contact with a place, its culture, its people, its nature.

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El Chaltén is a tiny mountain village in the South Patagonian travel circuit of Argentina. It was founded in 1985 and quickly became a popular base camp for mountaineers who wanted to try and conquer the summit of Mount Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre. There is no need to be a skilled hiker to enjoy Patagonia’s unmarred beauty: primeval forests packed with southern beech trees, snowmelt lagoons, rushing rivers, jagged crests topped with outsized glaciers, and soaring condors. From beginner to moderate, there are several scenic trails to explore the area and the UNESCO-listed Los Glaciares National Park.

Chalten Camp

The camp is made up of a series of geodesic domes built on raised platforms within the native forest. A dome is a strong tent, built on a geodesic iron structure, covered with canvas, and insulated with a special material.

The lay-out of the camp has been carefully designed to maximize the privacy of guests, ensuring both seclusion and views of the forest and the Fitz Roy. All the Domes are joined by natural trails.

There are 3 double domes and 1 triple dome. Each unit is 26 m2, housing a bedroom and a private bathroom. Equipped with a wood-burning stove, 12-volt electricity, USB cellphone charger, queen size bed, a generous supply of blankets, and cozy decoration.

All the domes have panoramic “windows” facing the Fitz Roy.

Full Board Rates include:
Accommodation Breakfast (orange juice, yogurt, toast, tea cakes, fruit, cereals, scrambled eggs, milk, coffee, tea) Box lunch (Homemade alfajor, fruit, water, nuts, sandwich/rolls, and candies) Dinner: Three courses with a soft drink included. Menu is based on traditional Argentine recipes, adjusted for dietary restrictions. Experiences around the Camp. One full day excursion or two half days. Activities are open to the group and organized according to weather conditions.
Birdwatching
It does not matter if you are a skilled birder or just a beginner, the wealth and diversity of the surrounding landscapes make it a fantastic spot for birding. Start your day and walk through the forest by the massive granite wall of the valley, searching for a view of the most distinctive local species, such as the Andean condor, the black chested buzzard eagle, the torrent duck, the austral parakeet (the most southerly in the world) and the Magellan woodpecker (the largest of the Americas).
Activity duration: 3 hrs.Type: Self-guided / GuidedLevel: EasyService: SharedSeason: October to April
Mountain Biking
This activity can be self-guided or guided. The twisting trails that run along the river are easy to ride, offering a 5 km circuit with great views and unspoiled nature. In addition, we have crafted the experience by using bamboo bikes, a great way to minimize environmental impact. We have 5 bikes at the camp, and more are available if requested in advance.
Activity duration: 2,5 hrs.Type: GuidedLevel: EasyService: Shared Season: October to April


Hiking the Valley
The bending shore of Río de las Vueltas is one of the best hiking spots of the surrounding area. This is because the camp's convenient location gives direct access to these trails where you will probably not come across any other people. While walking, enjoy a wide range of panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and learn all about the geography: how and when these magnificent structures where formed. At midday, find a protected spot in the woods and enjoy a picnic lunch surrounded by pristine nature.
Activity duration: 3,5 hrs.Type: GuidedLevel: EasyService: sharedSeason: October to April.


Madsen House – Museum
Enjoy a gentle walk bordering the magnificent granite wall that leads back to town, and learn all about Andreas Madsen, pioneer and founder of El Chaltén. When entering the home of this pioneer, observe the original architecture of the house, that is still intact a century on. On the walls there are black and white photographs of family life that give an idea of what it was like to live in deep Patagonia at the start of the 1900s. Before you leave, enjoy a cup of tea or coffee with something sweet at Andreas Madsen’s dining room table.
Activity duration: 3,5 hrs. Type: GuidedLevel: EasyService: sharedSeason: October to April

The Iberá Marshlands (in Spanish, Esteros del Iberá, from Guaraní ý berá "sparkling water") is one of the largest natural reserves in Argentina, with sceneries of unique beauty and a wide variety of interesting wildlife to discover. Twice the size of the Florida Everglades, Iberá is the second-largest wetland in South America and one of the most important fresh water reservoirs in the continent. The area is of particular interest to naturalists and birdwatchers but even city-dwellers are captured by the unspoilt beauty of the wetlands. Located in the province of Corrientes, about 500 miles northeast of Buenos Aires, the Esteros are a mix of swamps, bogs, stagnant lakes, lagoons, natural sloughs and courses of waterfalls covering a total area of approximately 13.000 km².

Laguna Iberá - Casa de Esteros

The Hosteria Laguna Iberá is located in Colonia Carlos Pellegrini in a 6-hectare farmhouse on the coast of the wetlands and the Laguna Iberá. Its location allows guests to be in a natural environment and feel the calm of the countryside, with the pedestrian area and the main square of the Pellegrini village just a few metres away. The house has a living room with a library, parks and gardens on the lagoon and a swimming pool located on the coast of the wetlands.

The rooms, comfortable, spacious and bright, retain the decoration of the refined rural homes, with the amenities and service of a professional hotel. They have five rooms with private bathroom where up to 4 people can be accommodated in each one.

All of the overnight programmes at Laguna Iberá Casa de Esteros include excursions and activities. The excursions are accompanied by experienced local guides who know the secrets of the marshes like no other.
The excursions include:
- Nautical Safaris in the Iberá Lagoon- Visit to the Interpretation Centre and trails in the park ranger sector- Night Safaris- Kayak trips- Horseback riding- Cultural Circuit by Pellegrini.
©2020 Iberá Explorer - Foto: Celine Frers

Incentive Trips

Incentive Travel

ATP applies best practices and a consultative approach to project planning and implementation to ensure that events are effective, manageable, cost effective and memorable. ATP provides tailor-made logistical support to accommodate your every need. Our team of professionals works closely with your planning team before, during and after the event to ensure that it runs smoothly, with a bilingual project manager serving as your primary operations contact, and Merina Begg, Matt Gomez & Mariana D'arino providing senior management oversight throughout the program.

Our extensive experience in the organization of conferences, business meetings, trade fairs and sporting events ensures that we can understand your needs and provide the best solutions.

ATP DMC operates throughout Argentina and Uruguay and can advise on the best options for your requirements, including selection of hotels in a variety of price ranges, contract negotiations with the hotels, conference centers and other venues, transportation, safety and security issues, VIP requirements, contingency planning, and all required personnel. They are qualified to advise you as to choice of audio/video systems and other equipment and provide technical assistance, including setting up exhibitions. The department also has entertainment and event advisors. Our connections in the industry are unmatched.

Hotel accommodation

Transfers and tours

Catering

Themed parties

Entertainment (DJ, shows)

Audiovisual equipment

Simultaneous interpretation (equipment & interpreters)

Printed and web based materials

Photographers and video

Gifts

Hostesses

Secretarial services

Office and secretariat set up and staffing

Pre and post event tours

Charter flights

Site Selection: Through needs assessment, site selection and room block auditing ATP aligns your needs with the best possible venue.

Supplier Management: ATP contracts with all the best suppliers for your event, adding measurable time and cost savings to your bottom line.

Contract Negotiations: You can rest assured you have accurate, liability reducing contracts when you use ATP DMC’s contract services.