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Activities & Transport
- Wildlife Watching
- Bird Watching
- City Tour
- Private Bus
Main travel focus
12 Day Argentina and Brazil Exploration
- Buenos Aires Excursions
- Iguazu National Park Excursion
- San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines
- Cristo Redentor and Pan de Azucar Excursion
Visit two gorgeous South American countries- Argentina and Brazil! You will start your Argentinean adventure in Buenos Aires, the city of Tango.
Then you will head to Iguazu and visit one of the 7 Wonders of the Natural World, the Iguazu Falls. Wrap up your adventure in Rio de Janeiro, home to the most amazing Carnival in South America!
- Transfers between airport and hotels
- 11x nights with breakfast in Standard Hotels
- Delta excursion
- Buenos Aires city tour
- Tigre excursion
- Gaucho tour
- Iguazu National Park (Brazil side)
- Iguazu National Park (Argentina side)
- San Ignacio Ruins and Wanda Mines
- Cristo Redentor and Pan de Azucar excursion
- Olimpic Boulevard and Museum of Tomorrow excursion
- International and domestic flights
- Travel Insurance
- Meals (except listed opposite)
- National Parks entrance (due to a national regulation, you must pay the entrance ticket in the ticket office of the park)
- Local Taxes
- Dinner Tango show (from USD 50/per person)
- Nautical adventure (from USD 96/per person)
Example Trip to customize
Welcome to Argentina!
Welcome to Buenos Aires!
Enjoy a private transfer from Ezeiza Airport to your Hotel.
Settle into the hotel and get ready for your adventure through Argentina. Tonight, you can even opt to see a dinner Tango show!
Discover Magical Buenos Aires on a City Tour
Today you will explore Buenos Aires. Kick your tour off with a trip down one of the main streets, Avenida 9 de Julio. Here you will see the Teatro Colon and the Obelisco.
Move on to your first stop at the striking Plaza de Mayo. Pass the banks of the Riachuelo towards the other end of the city and make your way to Puerto Madero, one of the newest and most modern neighborhoods in Buenos Aires.
Your final visit will be to the chic and sophisticated neighborhood of La Recoleta. Your trip will come to a close in downtown Buenos Aires.
Explore the Tigre Delta in a Catamaran
The day begins with you being picked up from your hotel in a comfortable, air-conditioned bus. You’ll then travel along the Avenida Costanera, parallel to the Río de la Plata and one of the prime places for incredible views of the river.
Your first stop will be in the city of San Isidro. Here, your guides will take you round the beautiful Catedral de San Isidro and the amazing homes of former aristocratic porteña families. You’ll then hop back on the bus and continue with your journey to Tigre.
Once you arrive, you’ll have a relaxing 40 minutes catamaran ride around the delta where you can many little islands.
At the end of our boat trip, you’ll head back onto the bus and return to Buenos Aires.
Spend Time With Gauchos and See a Boleadoas Show
Today you'll be heading to the Santa Susana Ranch, Los Cardales. Upon arrival, you’ll be welcomed with some traditional meat empanadas, Argentinian wine, and soft drinks.
Your guides will take you to see some of the most interesting parts of Santa Susana. You’ll then have the chance to ride in a horse-drawn carriage. While you’re eating your lunch, enjoy a tango show and some traditional gaucho music and dance. Of course, you'll be invited to join in!
You’ll also get to see an incredible boleadoras show, in which gauchos throw traditional weapons. To bring this unique experience to a close in the evening, you’ll be served the traditional Argentine mate (a herbal tea) and pastelitos (little pastries).
Journey to Iguazu
Today, you can start your day with a delicious breakfast.
Enjoy a private transfer from your hotel to the Aeroparque Airport. You're catching your plane to Iguazu today!
Wonder at the Devil's Gorge
The Brazilian side of Iguazu National Park is home to some incredible waterfalls and stretches over nearly half a million acres. When you arrive at the Visitor Center, you'll start by driving to the main paths which stretch over 1,200 m of the park and sit above the Iguazu river.
From here, you’ll get a panoramic view of the Argentine side of the falls. Why not take some photos of the incredible view?
Continuing along this route, you’ll get to see the Cañón del Río Iguazú, Salto Rivadavia, Tres Mosqueteros and many others. Towards the end of the route, you’ll also see the lower part of the river and the impressive Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Gorge). The walkway ends beside Salto Floriano.
Enjoy the View of the Iguazu Falls
In this subtropical forest area, you’ll see an incredible variety of ferns, orchids, begonias, birds, and butterflies, as well as the diverse native species of flora and fauna.
Once you’re through the entrance, you’ll head to the main station (‘Estación Central’) where you’ll be able to hop on a train to either the falls station (‘Estación Cataratas’) or the Devil’s Gorge station (‘Estación Garganta del Diablo‘).
The other way to reach the falls circuits (Upper and Lower) is via the 600 m forest walkway (‘Sendero Verde’), which begins at the Visitor Center and takes you all the way to the falls station.
Whichever route you take, there's a wonderful view at the end!
Wander Through the Ruins of San Ignacio
Early in the morning, you'll be picked up from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu and you'll head towards San Ignacio, some 230 km away.
Amongst the thick jungle, you'll find the ruins of San Ignacio. They are the last remains of a civilization, designed by Jesuits and Guarani and completely handbuilt, that stood out for its efficiency almost 400 years ago.
Look out for the temple, its facade was made entirely with pink sandstone in 1610 and its American Baroque design was rebuilt by a group of scientists in the last century.
Then, after discovering the culture and heritage of the Ruins, you will head to the Wanda Mines, founded by Polish settlers in 1936. Take a walk around and explore the caves.
Travel to Beautiful Rio de Janerio
Start your day with breakfast at your hotel.
Enjoy a group transfer from the hotel to the airport. Here you can catch your plane to Rio de Janeiro.
Take in the Famous Sights of Rio
Starting your tour at your hotel, you'll visit the Corcovado Hill and Christ the Redeemer statue. From the summit of the hill, you can see the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, the north of the city and several beaches.
After contemplating the wonderful panoramic view of the city, you will drive to the legendary Maracanã Stadium. After lunch in a traditional BBQ restaurant, you will visit the Sugar Loaf Mountain, located at 395 meters above sea level, in the middle of the Guanabara Bay.
The climb is done by a glass cable-car up to the mountain summit, from where you will enjoy a wonderful 360° view of the Guanabara Bay, Copacabana, Urca, Botafogo, Flamengo, and its surroundings. Before the end of the tour, you will pass through the Historic City Center with stops in the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Selarón Staircase, passing in the famous Arcos of Lapa.
Sample Brazilian Art, Culture and Architecture
Today, you can see even more of Rio! Start with the Kobra Mural - one of the largest graphite murals in the world - produced by the Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra. You can contemplate the five ethnic groups portrayed in a colorful geometric background.
Then you will walk along the Olympic Boulevard to the Museum of Tomorrow - a modern and technological museum dedicated to analyze and discuss all possibilities of building the future of the planet and humanity - and its distinctive architecture. After exploring the future, travel to the past at the São Bento Monastery, an inheritance of the Baroque period in Brazil.
In Praça XV, you will see one of the former headquarters of the Brazilian empire and learn more about important facts of Brazilian history that happened in the region. Your last stop will be at Confeitaria Colombo.