Argentina Singles Holidays & Solo Tours

Escorted holidays to Argentina designed exclusively for solo travellers

Singles Holidays & Solo Tours to Argentina

Argentina Escorted Tours for Solo Travellers

Whether taking in views of one side of the magnificent Iguaçu Falls or exploring the verdant vineyards of Mendoza, you'll be instantly enchanted by Argentina. Home to glacial lakes and Pampas grassland, the traditional grazing ground of its famed beef cattle, the landscapes of this vast, versatile country are sure to take your breath away. However, it’s not just the scenery that makes Argentina special. A nation where the spirit of the tango thrives, and gaucho heritage is much-celebrated, modern Argentina is more cosmopolitan than many give it credit for. And on Just You solo tours to Argentina, you'll have the opportunity to see for yourself!

If you're interested in immersing yourself in Argentinian culture, our handcrafted holidays are definitely for you. From the brightly painted houses of Buenos Aires’ La Boca district, which is now an artists’ colony, to Recoleta cemetery – famous as the burial place of Eva Peron – it won't be long before you're completely spellbound by the vibe this country offers. Like to learn how to make 'mate', a traditional caffeine-rich drink? Say no more. Always wanted to prepare the perfect empanada? Now you can. Discover all that’s great about Argentina with Just You and come away with some really close friends, great memories, and the confidence to travel solo more often!

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South American Escorted Holidays to Argentina

  1. Chile, Argentina & Brazil

    Chile's rippling vines, the cascading Iguaçú Falls spilling into Argentina and Brazil, the imposing statue of Christ in Rio and Buenos Aires' tango beats are just some of the iconic sights and sounds that make a tour of these three countries so desirable.

    • Return flights
    • 11 nights in 4 & 5-star hotels
    • 13 meals: 11 breakfasts, 2 dinners including a welcome drink

    14 days from
    was £5,199
  2. Chile, Argentina & Brazil Rio Carnival Winners' Parade

    Discover the incredible highlights of Chile, Argentina and Brazil before experiencing the magnificent Rio Carnival Winners' Parade from your seat in the Sambodromo.

    • Return flights
    • 12 nights in a 4 & 5-star hotels
    • 14 meals: 12 breakfasts, 2 dinners including welcome drink

    15 days from



While Argentina is a wonderful country with bright colours and fascinating culture, most travellers find that a few days is enough to cover the main sights. As such a trip to Argentina is best paired with it’s neighbouring countries Chile and Brazil

Our Chile, Argentina & Brazil tour takes you to the following areas of Argentina. The wine capital - Mendoza, the bustling capital of Argentina - Buenos Aires, and the La Boca District, famed for its tango street dancers, art district and colourful buildings. You’ll also visit the breath-taking Iguaçú Falls that will transport you to the Jurassic period, with its verdant forest surrounding the cascading waters.

If you want all of the above but also a seat at the 'greatest party on earth' then you’ll need to book our CHILE, ARGENTINA & BRAZIL RIO CARNIVAL WINNERS' PARADE.
The Winner's Parade is the last event of the annual Rio Carnival. Take your reserved seats in the Sambadromo and prepare to be amazed as the five best samba schools parade in front of you. The music, costumes and floats are simply spectacular and the atmosphere is one of fun, frivolity and celebration.


Argentina has a selection of highlights for you to enjoy, here are just a few not to be missed.....

  • Buenos Aires - Argentina's capital and the largest of its cities. A lively place, known as the 'Paris of the South' and flaunts fantastic entertainment, endless shopping, stunning 19th century architecture and pretty tree-lined streets
  • The La Boca District, a colourful area of Buenos Aires, famous for its brightly decorated houses, once a settlement for immigrants, now an artists' display cabinet. Here you can buy many a sculpture, painting or souvenir.
  • Dinner and a show – Famous for the Tango, you won’t have to go far to be entertained. Professional dancers perform in the streets, restaurants and theatres, showcasing their sensual moves. Why not give it a try yourself?
  • Iguazu falls - Nothing can quite prepare you for the incredible sight of Iguaçú Falls, set amongst lush rainforest teeming with exotic fauna and flora. The Falls lies along the border of Argentina and Brazil and is worth viewing from both sides.
  • Ranch life - a popular tourist attraction is to experience life on a typical Argentinian ranch where you will be herding cattle, riding horses and taking care of the land. After all your hard work you’ll enjoy at traditional BBQ and some well earned Ranch water (tequila soda)

With an abundance of cows on the island (more than people) beef, cheese and milk are three of the main ingredients you will come across.

  • Steak is a popular dish of Argentina, usually topped with Chimichurri sauce – a condiment typically made up of olive oil, garlic, parsley, oregano, vinegar and chilli. With the chilli’s in it this sauce gives off a bit of a kick.
  • Milanesa – bread crumbed meat. Often chicken, veal or Llama. Broiled till it’s golden brown. Served with chips, eggs or in a sandwich.
  • Matambre Arrollado – Translates to the Hunger Killer – a boiled egg wrapped in mixed vegetables and flank steak with herbs and spices – similar to a scotch egg but served as a sliced loaf.
  • Llama - as llamas are native to the country you will find lots of Llama based dishes too for example Llama stew – it’s akin to beef but with a earthy tones and significantly less fat.
  • Dulce de leche – caramel at its finest –More commonly known to us as carnation crème boiled in the tin till it becomes caramel, this is a delicious filling for many sweet treats in Argentina including being sandwiched between biscuits called Alfajores or mixed with cream to produce a mousse like product called camels drool! What a name, it makes it sound awful, doesn’t it, but trust us on this one…..if you have a sweet tooth and have never tried this then you need to try it now!
  • Alfajores – Shortbread biscuits sandwiched together with sweet tasty fillings such as jam, mousse, or dulce de leche and sometimes dipped in chocolate. Argentinians eat the greatest number of alfajores in the world because they are not just a snack to them, but a large part of the Argentinian culture. What a good excuse to eat biscuits!

Other popular dishes are empanadas, chorizo hotdogs, grilled cheese and pizza


In general there isn’t a best or worst time to visit Argentina, you just need to note that their summer is December to March and their winter is June to August, perfectly the reverse of ours, so when it’s cold here, pop over to Argentina to get warm! Unfortunately everyone has the same idea and as such some areas can get a bit crowded during school holidays, so perhaps check these dates before you book.

The weather in Argentina does however vary by region, so if you plan your trips well you can visit different areas in different months to enjoy the best weather of that region. If you’re a sun worshipper you’ll want to be in Buenos Aires in December to March, but if you want to do some touring, and therefore a cooler day might better suit, then June to August would be ideal.

Although it’s cooler in April, spring brings with it the flourishing of plants and trees such as the famous Jacaranda tree and the Lake District region is thriving with wildflowers – a delight not to be missed.

Patagonia is most manageable from December to March, with it often being snowed in during June to August. Whereas the Iguazu falls benefits from the increased rainfall between June to August as is therefore at it’s most attractive but equally can mean that some of the roads to it become inaccessible.

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