Talks as recently as June had hit an impasse when Buenos Aires said it could not "responsibly commit" to the terms offered by creditors.
While large cruise ships have mostly stopped sailing due to the pandemic, several smaller cruise ships are planning to sail to Antarctica this winter.
More than a dozen major international stock indexes are on pace to end the first half of the year at least over 10% off their recent highs.
The warning comes after talks between Argentina's government and international creditors to restructure $65 billion in debt hit a roadblock.
Argentina and the "Ad Hoc" bondholder group both effectively accuse one another of refusing to cede ground in order to reach a deal.
The government is looking to revamp about $65 billion in bonds rendered unsustainable by a long recession and a currency plunge.
It comes shortly after Argentina's Economy Minister Martin Guzman had hinted there was a "big chance" the May 22 deadline would be extended.
It has tentatively elevated hopes that the crisis-prone South American country will be able to avoid its ninth sovereign debt default.
The crisis-prone South American country has entered a critical period of make-or-break talks with international creditors.
Covid-19 has infected more than 3.1 million people around the world, killing at least 216,808 people.
Argentina has proposed to ban all internal and international flights through to Sept. 1 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
China reported 11 new confirmed cases in the country and no additional deaths as of April 25, according to its National Health Commission.
Many governments have announced large amounts of stimulus to support their respective economies, with some taking up more debt to fund those expenditure.
President Trump's announcement that he was going to withdraw U.S. funding for the World Health Organization (WHO) has provoked widespread criticism.
Argentina is thought to be on the brink of falling into its ninth sovereign default.
Argentina's government has said it needs to restructure $100 billion in debt, including $44 billion to the IMF.
From dome hotels to horseback-riding tours, luxury tour operators are offering eco-friendly ways to experience new lands. This is especially true in the remote South American region of Patagonia.
Paul Renken, mining analyst at VSA Capital, discusses the new U.S. tariffs on metal imports from Argentina and Brazil.
"In some ways, I like the idea of waiting until after the election for the China deal, but they want to make a deal now," Trump said from London.
A century ago, Argentina was one of the 10 richest countries in the world. Since then, however, a long series of economic crises have made it the only nation in modern history to regress to developing country status. CNBC's Sam Meredith explains what is behind its boom and bust cycle.