Jewish trips to Argentina
We invite you to enjoy this journey of seeing Argentina and all its complexity through the uniquely Jewish lens.
In this trip, you will:
- Learn to dance tango
- Taste the best “asado” ever
- Wander in “ONCE”, one of the Jewish neighborhoods of Buenos Aires
- Learn about the terrorist attacks that the Jewish community suffered and of the many ways we pay tribute to the victims
- Experience a Shabbat like no other in Buenos Aires
- Visit an Estancia (Argentinean ranch)
- Learn about the Jewish Colonies and the Jewish Gauchos
- And more...
A large community
The uniqueness of the Jewish Community of Argentina is a combination of many factors. To begin with, it is the largest in Latin America.
140 years of history
We enjoy working hard to give you not just the best experience of Jewish Argentina you can get, but also a wonderful memory you can share with your grandchildren.
Rates & reservations
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Jewish tour in Buenos Aires
This tour is not only about visiting meaningful sites, but more about learning and diving into the History of the Jewish immigration to Argentina, deeply exploring the tragic episodes that dramatically changed the community and celebrating the active dynamic life of the Argentinean Jewish Community as it is today.
Did you know...?
- Argentina has the largest Jewish Community in Latin America
- In Buenos Aires, there is a Kosher McDonald’s
- Police stations located in the traditionally Jewish neighborhoods of Buenos Aires have their signs written in hebrew
- This tour doesn’t run on Shabbat and Jewish Holidays
- The duration is of 3 hours
- Kosherlat Jewish tours are private
- Private transportation and driver
- Jewish English-speaking tour guide
- Pick up and drop off at your accommodation
Rates & reservations
- $150 per person (minimum of 2 visitors)
- Single visitors and large groups, please contact us for rates
Jewish Missions to Cuba
The Jewish Mission to Cuba is not only about visiting the institutions and synagogues like Patronato, Beth Shalom and Centro Sefaradi in Havana. This tour will offer you a meaningful and personal exchange with the Cuban Jewish community.
Nowadays about 1,300 Jews live in Cuba; 1,000 reside in Havana, and the remaining 300 are spread among the provinces.
Enjoy the opportunity of discovering this fascinating country. Remember that Cuba is changing. The time for visiting Cuba is now.Read more
Kosherlat is an Argentinean company specializing in the development of tailor-made Jewish/kosher travel programs in Argentina for congregations, singles, individuals and high-schools.
Kosherlat was established in 2007.
We proudly provide services for individuals, congregations, high-schools and the most important travel agencies around the world.
Valeria Duek, founder and director of Kosherlat
"After studying at the University of Tel Aviv for a year, I came back to Argentina where I graduated as a Psychologist from the University of Buenos Aires. Later, I worked in Human Resources departments of several multinational companies and eventually felt the need to do something that fully represented who I am: deeply in love with Argentina and passionate about my Judaism..."