- Jon Pascale,
U.C. San Diego Men's Soccer Coach
Thank you for all the work you put into the trip especially lining up the River Plate and Boca Junior matches. Let us know if there is anything we can do to help XL with potential clients looking to go to Argentina.
This Latin American country provides much more than just premium steaks, high quality wine and tango dancing. Let XL take you on a tour of discovery as you explore the Argentineans answer to the French Alps, Niagara Falls and the bustling European cosmopolitans. Be enthralled by the natural beauty of the cascading Iguazu Falls, the expansive trails of Bariloche or the intimate city of Buenos Aries. Experience the South American culture, flair and heritage as we take you on the tour of a lifetime.
We like to give you a taste of what is possible on our tours. Below is a sample itinerary to use as a starting point and we will tailor it to your sport and your needs. Previous customers start with these itineraries and customize them to exactly what they want.
Feel free to do the same, customization comes as standard.
This isn't our a first time planning a tour, we've been doing it since 2002, so have a look at some of our highlights and the places we have visited on our previous tours.
Something that you really want to see or visit?
Customization comes as standard. We will tailor your trip around you.
"I don't spend a lot on holidays, but I have been very fortunate to travel extensively through doing various challenges around the world. The best place I've ever been is Argentina"
- Ian Mckeever (Artist)
Buenos Aries has been compared as the South American version of Paris with it's distinctive European feel. The fast paced cosmopolitan metropolis is a mix of culture, heritage and modernity and is the perfect stop off for the foodies amongst your group. You cannot visit Buenos Aries without sampling its steak specialties at one of the numerous parrillas or steakhouses.
Iguazu Falls are possibly some of the most beautiful water falls on the planet. Lining the Argentine-Brazilian border this magnificent display of nature is made up of 275 individual falls that stretch as far as the eye can see. The layout of the falls make for an intimate setting where, if you feel like it, you can get soaked by the curtain of water on one of the many viewing platforms!
The Argentinean Alps...
Not quite the French Alps but very similar nonetheless. The beautiful expansive lakes and mountain range of Bariloche has been extensively developed into a leading tourism centre with skiing, trekking, and mountaineering facilities available.
Experience one of the most famous and fiercely contested soccer rivalries on the planet. The hotly contested game between Boca Junios and River Plate guarantees an electric atmosphere and is certainly is not for the faint hearted!