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Argentina Itinerary

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Greetings fellow world travelers!

My wife and I are planning a trip to Argentina April 4-24 next year. We are wanting to spend a week in BA, a couple of days at Iguazu Falls, 2-3 days in Salta, 2-3 days in San Carlos Bariloche and several days in Puerto Madryn.

Originally, we were thinking of spending the first week in BA and then begin the counter-clockwise trip to the falls, Salta, the Lake District, Madryn and then back to BA. But I am wondering if we are going so late in the fall, that we might be pushing it to go to the Lake District at the end of the trip, rather than earlier in the month. Do you think it would be smarter to go to Madryn and the Lake District closer to the beginning of our trip in terms of weather conditions?

Is there anything else that you think we are missing? We are skipping Mendoza because we live close to the wine country in Northern California.


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