Argentina is probably best known for its gauchos, horses and mouth-watering steaks.  The traditional gaucho died out in the 19th century when Argentina's vast interior was divided up into huge estancias (ranches), however, the modern day gaucho still wears the traditional dress for major holidays and festivals.  The country's varied topography and range of climatic zones ensures that it  remains one of the richest countries in the world for flora and fauna, with over 1,000 species of birds, many of which are unique to the country.

Argentina Express 〜 9 days

Argentina Holidays- Igazu Express

A nine day tour of Argentina, encompassing a Tango lesson in Buenos Aires, the Mendoza wine region and extensive viewing of the Iguazu Falls with sundowners overlooking the Parana River.  From £3,540 / $5,664 per person, iincluding internal but excluding international flights. 

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  • A private Tango lesson in Buenos Aires
  • Wine tasting and accommodation in Mendoza, with views over the Andes
  • Crossing the border into Brazil to explore Iguazu Falls


Introduction to Argentina 〜 14 days

Introduction to Argentina - Tango

This luxury itinerary includes a Tango lesson in Buenos Aires and visits to an authentic estancia in the northern Patagonian Andes as well as the Seven Lakes Circuit and rugged southern Pataginia. From £4,720 / $7,552 per person, including internal flights but excluding international flights. 

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  • Explore Buenos Aires with a local guide
  • Ride out into the Patagonian wilderness
  • Beautiful photo opportunities at the Seven Lakes
  • Stay at Eolo, overlooking the Patagonian Steppe


The Heart of Argentina 〜 12 days

Heart of Argentina - Salta

A voyage of discovery which will take your from the capital Buenos Aires to the mountainous orange landscape of the north, including visits to the unique and atmospheric town of Salta and time in the booming wine region around Cafayate. Rugged and unspoiled, this is Argentina at its most authentic. From £5,150 / $8,240 per person including internal flights, but excluding international flights. 

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  • Witnessing the gauchos trading at the Liniers livestock market in Buenos Aires
  • Driving through the orange desert vistas of the north
  • Wine tasting at some of Argentina's best vineyards


Patagonia Pre/Post Antarctica 〜 5 days

Patagonia Pre Post Antarctica - Helsingfors

A visit to southern Argentine Patagonia works extremely well with Antarctica, either before or after a cruise expedition. The airport at El-Calafate is not only the jumping off point for visitors to the Perito Moreno Glacier but also remote, luxury lodges on vast estancias with incredible vistas over the vast Patagonian Steppe and glacial lakes. From £1,530 / $2,470 

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  • Explore off the beaten path on the wild Patagonian Steppe
  • Ride or trek through pristine landscapes
  • Relax by a homely log fire each evening 
  • Enjoy gourmet organic cuisine from the kitchen garden 


The Red Savannah Experience

The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. Put together a small team of the most experienced (nobody has less than 10 years experience) travel designers and provide a service that revolves around knowledge, empathy and genuine friendliness. A company that brings back craftsmanship and substance, without the glitz and over-hackneyed travel jargon. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.

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