Argentina is a land of staggering contrast, stretching from the tropics to Cape Horn. The land has everything from the high Andes to the low lying Pampas, and the barren majesty of Patagonia.
July and August is winter in Argentina and teams need to plan an itinerary which largely focuses on the north of the country. In the provinces of Jujuy and Salta ancient Inca trails can be found, some of which still have their original stone paving. To the east lies Chaco and Misiones Province where the world famous Iguazu Falls can be found on the border with Brazil; a candidate for the modern Seven Wonders of the World, and an ideal location to visit during the rest and relaxation phase
Teams need to be prepared for sunny days with drops in temperature at night, and can choose from a variety of treks in areas which see less tourists than other South American destinations.
Projects are generally community based with the option to interact with remote communities.
At the end of the expedition teams will have the opportunity to savour the lively atmosphere of the capital Buenos Aires.