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A Journey Through Argentina 780 , 10 Days
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Join us on an adventure into the heart of Argentina. Enjoy the vibrant colors of the most European looking city in South America - Buenos Aires with its colorful colonial houses, accompanied by the rhythm of tango and the taste of wine. The thundering waters of Iguazu falls will leave you speechless in front of the wonders of nature. Admire views of the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier and enjoy walks through the spectacular scenery of “Los Glaciares” National Park.

Tour highlights:

♦ Buenos Aires - colonial beauty, tango and wine
♦ Iguazu Falls - amazing waterfalls and subtropical rainforests full of butterflies
♦ Perito Moreno - the beauty of “Los Glaciares”


 Day 1. Arrival in Buenos Aires
Arrival at the airport and transfer to Merit San Telmo Hotel or similar. You will be accompanied by our local representative who will assist you with check-in procedures and provide you with the info-package about the tour.
Overnight in Buenos Aires.

Day 2. Buenos Aires - City tour

City tour including 9 de Julio Avenue, the Obelisk and Corrientes Street. We’ll stop at Plaza de Mayo to visit the Cathedral and the Cabildo (Old City Hall). After that the trip will continue towards San Telmo characterized by its colonial houses and cobblestoned streets.
Later on, the tour will go to La Boca Neighborhood located in the south of the city. There will be a new scheduled stop so as to look around the colorful zinc houses that make up this area of Buenos Aires and that used to be the refuge and home for the first immigrants and popular artists. Soon after, the vehicle continues to Puerto Madero – the old port of the city that was turned into one of the most exclusive gastronomic and residential areas in Buenos Aires. The tour will go to Palermo: one of the most extended areas in the city and where it is possible to find the popular woods of Palermo with more or less 300 ha (741 acres) of gardens and artificial ponds surrounded by elegant buildings. Finally, the last point in the tour is Recoleta, which is one of the most selected neighborhoods and where, among other attractions, the Recoleta Cemetery can be found. Also, there are bars, cafés and fancy restaurants that are worth a visit.

Day 3. Buenos Aires
Day at leisure.
Overnight in Buenos Aires.

Day 4. Buenos Aires - Puerto Iguazu
Transfer to Buenos Aires airport. Flight to Puerto Iguazu and transfer to “Jardin del Iguazu” hotel, escorted by our local representative.
Overnight in Puerto Iguazu.

Day 5. Iguazu Falls Excursions
The Iguazu National Park was created in 1934 and in 1984 UNESCO declared it part of the Natural World Heritage. The visit to the park can be done via 3 circuits. The Lower path (1,200-meter-walk) reveals great views of the majority of the rapids and falls from a front and lower point of view. Its duration is 2 hours and is considered difficult due to the number of steps along the way. The Higher path (1,300-meter-walk) takes 1 hour and is less effort demanding but offers breathtaking sceneries from a cliff-point outlook. The Devil’s throat has to be accessed via the Ecological Jungle Train. From its stop there is a winding path that goes around the island for 1,100 meters and ends at the edge of the falls. Approximate duration: 2 hours.
Overnight in Puerto Iguazu.

Day 6. Puerto Iguazu
Day at leisure
Overnight in Puerto Iguazu

Day 7. Puerto Iguazu - El Calafate
Transfer to Puerto Iguazu airport. Flight to El Calafate, meeting with our representative and transfer to “Rochester El Calafate” hotel.
Overnight in El Calafate.

Day 8. El Calafate. Perito Moreno Glacier
Today we are going to drive 85 km to the Perito Moreno glacier renowned for its constant forward movement. On the way to the National park “Los Glaciares” we shall enjoy the Andean pre-cordillera scenery. The access to the park is at the Argentino Lake. Along Brazo Rico river we will start to spot the floating icebergs until we will finally be able to see this natural wonder, included by UNESCO in the list of the Natural World Heritage. Walking along the path we are going to admire its stunning beauty. In the afternoon we will go back to the hotel.
Overnight in El Calafate.

Day 9. El Calafate
Day at leisure. Overnight in El Calafate.

Day 10. Departure from El Calafate
Last day of our tour. Transfer to El Calafate airport. End of our services. 

Good to know: ► no reservations have been placed, hotels may vary according to availability ► all prices subject to change without previous notice 

Visa: European citizens do not need tourist visa for Argentina for a short stay (up to 90 days)


Price Includes:
shared transfer airport – hotel – airport in each destination
accommodation at the selected hotels or similar with breakfast included
tours as per program
Permanent assistance in each destination
Entrance fee to Iguazu National Park (Argentinian side)
Entrance fee to Los Glaciares National Park
English-speaking guide

Not Included:
international and domestic fares
services and non-mentioned meals in the itinerary
early check-in
late check-out and hotel extras
personal expenses
tips for guides and hotel staff
additional tours that can be booked on the free days

Additional Services:
3 domestic flights: about 700 EUR (to be confirmed depending on the dates and availability)


A Journey Through Argentina (Rated 4.82 / 5 Based on 286 Reviews.)
780 EUR
10 Days
Single Supplement
420 EUR
Open for booking
830 EUR
10 Days
Single Supplement
420 EUR
Open for booking
780 EUR
10 Days
Single Supplement
420 EUR
Open for booking

Currency fluctuations might cause correction of price at any time.

Group Size
Min. 2 persons
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