Climate in Argentina
According to aristmarketing, Argentina has a wide range of climates: from tropical regions in the northeast to subtropical regions in the north and temperate climates to the cold southern regions in the south and in the mountains of the Andes.
In the north-west of Argentina, in the Andes region, it is relatively dry, the short rainy season is in summer.
The upper Andean region is characterized by flash floods in summer, scorching heat, snow at higher elevations, and Zonda – a hot, dry wind.
The west of the Puna high desert is one of the least rainy areas in the world. In the provinces of La Rioja, San Juan and Mendoza, the steppe-like, barren Monte at the foot of the Andes are also very poor in rain. In the provinces of Jujuy, Salta and Tucumán there is an exception to that in the dry northeast: subtropical cloud forests, which are very humid in summer but also relatively dry in winter. The Gran Chaco in the central north is also a little more humid, the rainfall here also falls mainly in summer, as well as in the area of the Sierras Pampeanas in central Argentina.
The northeast of Argentina and the pampas region are humid all year round (in the flat pampas there can be floods), the highest rainfall is achieved in the subtropical rainforest in the province of Misiones.
In the southern regions such as Patagonia, the west is cool, temperate and humid all year round.
The Patagonian plain in the east is semi-desert and very dry. The regional climate is determined by the regular (every one to two weeks) south-westerly Pampero wind.
Tierra del Fuego differs from the southern climate in Argentina, here it is cool all year round with relatively high rainfall with only slight temperature differences between summer and winter.
Argentina entry requirements
is generally required. The passport (or the temporary passport) must be valid for at least 3 months upon entry. An identity card is not sufficient when entering the country.
When entering Argentina, portrait photos are taken and fingerprints are scanned of every traveler.
Is generally required. However, citizens of EU countries, Switzerland and Turkey do not need a visa for tourist trips with a maximum stay of 90 days in Argentina. Citizens of Great Britain travel visa-free in Argentina for a maximum stay of 30 days.
Students who come to Argentina for study reasons require a visa. Likewise business travelers from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It is recommended to inquire about the exact visa requirements for work and study stays at the Argentine consulate before departure.
Visitors who require a visa, who do not leave the transit area, who have the necessary onward travel documents and who are flying on within 6 hours, do not need a visa.
A return ticket must be present when entering Argentina.
Entry with children :
Jeses child needs its own travel document. The same visa requirements apply to accompanying children as to their parents, which means that children’s passports and ID cards must be valid for at least three months when entering Argentina.
Germany: the German child ID card or your own passport is accepted. Child ID cards are no longer issued in Germany, existing child ID cards remain valid until the expiry date.
Austria: a separate passport is required for children.
Switzerland: Children need their own passport.
Minors who are younger than 18 years of age require a permit from their guardian to enter and leave the country.
If custodians enter Argentina alone with underage children, a permit from the second custodian is required. If there is sole custody or if the custodian is widowed, this must also be proven.
The above-mentioned proofs and consents must be certified by the Argentine consulate. In order to avoid problems, these permits should be written / translated into Spanish.
At the consular missions of Argentina (see important addresses in Argentina). This must be done through direct contact with the applicant; visa brokers are not permitted.
Foreign visitors must have sufficient funds for their trip.
Residence permit :
If you plan to stay in Argentina for more than 3 months, you must apply for a residence permit at the immigration office. The stay here can be extended to a maximum of 6 months. However, there is no legal entitlement to this extension.
Entry with pets:
Cats and dogs need a vaccination and health card. A rabies vaccination must be proven for animals older than 3 months. The airline must inform the destination airport about the animal transport 24 hours before arrival.