Argentina Patagonia Golf Tour

11 Days | 10 Nights | 6 Rounds of Championship Golf.

In Buenos Aires you will play top courses, enjoy both day and night life, and bask in beautiful weather and friendly people willing to make your stay unique.

In Bariloche and San Martin de los Andes, the peace and beauty of the natural surroundings will take your breath away. Playing golf there is sure to be an unforgettable experience!


Day 1: Arrive in Buenos Aires

Meet at the airport with Destinations staff and transfer to the Alvear Palace Hotel for a 3-night stay. In the afternoon, take a private city tour with a professional guide. Buenos Aires is a charming city with a strong influence on most of the main European cities. Beautiful walks, avenues, parks, monumental buildings, cafes, museums and churches gathered in 26 districts, each with it’s own distinct personality, give it a truly cosmopolitan air.

Day 2: Golf at San Andres Golf Club

San Andreas Golf Club is the oldest golf club in Argentina. In 1894 the first official golf match took place here. The club is named after The Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrew’s. It was host to the “Abierto de la Republica” 21 times (more than any other club); Roberto De Vicenzo, the 1967 British Open Champion, won here twice, and is an honorary member.

Day 3: Golf at Olivos Golf Club

Considered the best golf course in Argentina, Olivos hosted the Golf World Cup in 2010.

Day 4: Fly to San Martín de los Andes

Arrive in San Martin for a 2-night stay at the Chapelco Hotel. This village is located on the shores of Lake Lácar, in a natural basin that protects it from the wind. Its geographical location is of singular beauty, tucked in a sumptuous amphitheater of mountains that preserve the fertility of its lake and forest environment.

Day 5: Golf at Chapelco Golf Club

Chapelco Golf Club is the first Jack Nicklaus and Jack Nicklaus II co-designed golf course in South America. One of the Nicklaus’ design philosophies is to avoid disrupting the natural setting as much as possible and therefore enhance the scenic beauty.

Day 6: Day of Leisure/Golf – Fly to Bariloche

Depart to the lake Patagonia area (Bariloche), where you will stay for 3-nights at the Llao Llao Resort. Take the 7 lakes route in a private van crossing mountains, lakes and rivers. At the southernmost tips of continental Argentina, the Andean mountain Range shows a variety of natural beauties that will surprise tourists, along with wonderful forests and lakes that originated from glaciers.

Day 7: Golf at Llao Llao Golf Club

The granite peaks and mystical forests of the Andes in western Patagonia cradle one of the world’s most beautiful courses – the Llao Llao. They say you can hear the silence. Surrounded by deep-blue lakes, snow-covered mountains and natural forests, it has asymmetric fairways, imposing greens, and bunkers perfectly integrated to the environment.

Day 8: Golf at Arelauquen Golf Club

This amazing 18-hole, 6,693-yard Par-72 golf course is located on the northwestern shore of Lake Gutiérrez. It is crossed by the Longochinoco Creek and immersed in a setting of fresh air, mountains, crystal-clear lakes, and unique vegetation; furthermore, golfers enjoy the highest level of infrastructure.

Day 9: Return to Buenos Aires

After a 2 hour excursion, arrive in Buenos Aires and transfer to the Alvear Palace Hotel for a 2-night stay.

Day 10: Play at the Pilar Golf Club

Destined to be South America’s premier golf course, this magnificent course already has critics raving about the beauty of its natural setting. This American designed course was host of the most important amateur and professional tournaments of the country, like the 101 Argentine Open.

Day 11: Depart

After breakfast, transfer to the International Airport and board your flight home.

Extension to the Glaciers

Day 1: Transfer to Calafate

At this southern extremity of Argentina (parallel 50°), the Andes displays a variety of natural beauties that are awe-inspiring, such as rugged peaks, wonderful forests, deep blue lakes of glacial origin, and the most important glacier: Perito Moreno.

Day 2: Tour the Perito Moreno Glacier

Perito Moreno is the most significant of the 13 glaciers in the national park. It is simply one of the most spectacular sights ever to be experienced, with its huge wall of ice extending up into the mist that hangs over the valley.

Day 3: Return to Buenos Aires

Return to Buenos Aires, transfer at the International Airport and board your flight home.


Buenos Aires

5-nights in luxury accommodations with daily breakfast

3-rounds of championship golf

Private city tour

Caddies in San Andres and Olivos

Buggies in Pilar

Private transfers to the golf course – airports.

English Speaking golf guide

Personal assistance throughout your stay

Local Taxes

San Martin de los Andes

2-nights in luxury accommodations with daily breakfast

1-round of championship golf

Buggies included

All land transfers in private vehicles

In Bariloche

3-nights in luxury accommodations with daily breakfast

2-rounds of championship golf

Buggies in Llao Llao – Pull carts in Arealauquen

All land transfers in private vehicles

Land trip to San Martin de los Andes