When to go to Argentina, Best Time
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For a trip to discover the farthest lands of Patagonia, to be fascinated by the wonders of its nature and to go deep into the country to visit the fascinating Buenos Aires or admire the majestic Iguazu Falls, you should make sure you choose the right season and know the weather in Argentina before you leave.
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Argentina's climate is mainly divided into three climatic zones, very different from each other.
Since the country is located in the southern hemisphere and therefore the seasons are reversed compared to ours; in the north, the climate is subtropical with high temperatures and constant humidity, the rains are heavy all year round, the best time to visit is its winter, in the months of June to September relatively less rainy and cooler.
Moving south, in the central area, including the Buenos Aires area, the climate is temperate, so temperatures are acceptable all year round, with maximum peaks in summer (December-February) of up to 30 ° C. and a humid climate, while during the winter (June-September) temperatures are around 10 ° C. and rainfall is less abundant.
To explore the southern regions of Argentina, including Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego, the best months are undoubtedly those of its summer, from December to February, when temperatures are a little more acceptable and not too cold, considering the proximity to Antarctica.
Given the variety of Argentina's climate, the best time to visit depends very much on the area where you will be traveling.
For more details on precipitation and average temperatures, please consult the following data.