Argentina Vacation Ownership
From dense rainforests to icy polar landscapes, Argentina offers endless possibilities for vacationers to explore. From the palm-treed stretches of the Mesopotamia region, to the Altiplano in the Northwest, Argentina boasts a land of unique cuisine and culture. With Argentina timeshares, you can keep traveling back to South America each year with a cost-efficient lodging solution.
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Quick Facts about Argentina Timeshare
- Most Argentina timeshare resorts are located in Western provinces such as Rio Negro, Mendoza, and Cordoba, with Buenos Aires being the one exception in the East.
- You can find timeshare resorts close to the Andes Mountains or on the shores of one of Argentina’s many lakes, such as Lago San Roque and Nahuel Huapi Lake.
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Things to Do in Argentina
Exploring the different areas of Argentina is the best way to spend your time there. Hikers and outdoors enthusiasts will love the mountains and jungles in regions such as Sierras Pampeanas and the Altiplano. Courageous hikers might even try test their skills by summiting the towering Aconcagua. The rest of the Argentinian Andes provide great opportunities for skiing and snowboarding, while the cities of Mendoza and San Juan famed for their wineries.
In the southern half of Argentina, Patagonia is comprised of wide grass plains. Here, Argentinian cowboys—or gauchos—herd their cattle below the towering Andes Mountains. Similar to the American Midwest, Patagonia is known for its barbecue-style food, and attracts thousands of visitors each year.
No trip to Argentina is complete without stopping in the capital city of Buenos Aires. The city is known for its European-style architecture, and is often referred to as “The Paris of South America.” The most notable attractions in Buenos Aires are the arts, with more theaters per capita than any other place in the world. Among these is Teatro Colon, an internationally ranked opera house, and several other locations perfect for seeing symphony orchestras.