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12 days/ 11 nights
Buenos Aires (2n) +Ushuaia(2n) Calafate (2n) + Foz de Iguazu (2n) + Rio de Janeiro (3n)
Dates of arrival: 02.01, 01.02, 01.03, 01.05, 01.05, 11.06, 01.07, 01.08, 10.09,10.10, 01.11, 01.12
Day 1: Buenos Aires
Arrival day in Buenos Aires. Transfer from the airport with a guide to hotel Pestana 4* or similar.
Day 2: Buenos Aires
After breakfast, you will have a private city tour with a guide. Buenos Aires is a special city, charming and where you want to return again and again, once again walk through its streets, enjoy the sounds of tango and the tender meat. The historic center has retained features of the colonial period. You will see the central square of Plaza de Mayo, the Pink House, the Cathedral, the Colon Theatre, the Obelisk, and the building of the National Congress. The tour includes a visit to the area of Boca (the birthplace of Argentine tango), to the pedestrian area of Caminito, Plaza San Martin and Recoleta district. In the evening, we will go to Tango Cabaret Gala Tango, where we will have the opportunity to enjoy a lovely dinner (with drinks), see one of the best tango shows and even take a few lessons from professional dancers. This evening will remain in your memory forever. Overnight at your hotel.
Day 3: Buenos Aires – Colonia del Sacramento – Montevideo
After breakfast you will leave for Uruguay. You will first be transferred to the port to take the ferry to the town of Colonia del Sacramento (Ferry ticket included). In the south- east of South America is a small country - Uruguay. Its area is located on the east of the Uruguay River, from which the country took its name. On the south-east side of Uruguay is the Atlantic, on the south side - the bay of La Plata. The country borders with Brazil and Argentina. Uruguay is often called the Switzerland of Latin America, because it's small, but very good-natured country, it is famous for a clean environment and plenty of attractions. The popular resorts with well-developed modern infrastructure and beautiful colonial cities attract tourists from all over the world. After an hour of navigation we find ourselves in the colonies and, after all the border formalities, we will go out into the city. You will enjoy a 2-hour private guided tour of the city with. We will try to climb the El Faro We will also see the church Matriz, located next to Plaza de Armas, and the quarter Historico, included in the UNESCO list. The Plaza Mayor is located in the center of the city of Colonia del Sacramento, and around it are museums including the most popular - the Spanish Museum, which was founded in the first half of the eighteenth century and the Portuguese Museum, founded in 1720. After the tour, we will have a 2 hour drive to the capital of Uruguay – Montevideo. Overnight at your hotel.
Day 4: Montevideo
After breakfast you will go a private half-day excursion with a guide to the wineries. Visiting the best Uruguayan wine cellars, in the surroundings of Montevideo, will give you the opportunity to see how wine is made, visit the wine shops, and enjoy a wine tasting Tannat. The tour includes a wine tasting and dinner. Dinner does not include beverages. Duration: 5 hours. Overnight at your hotel.
Day 5: Montevideo – Punta del Este
After breakfast you will go on a group day guided tour in Punta del Este. On the way we visit the Atlantis and Piriapolis and up the hill of San Antonio, enjoying his Boulevard. We will visit the incredible building Casapueblo, created by the famous Uruguayan artist Carlos Paez Vilar, residential areas, such as Beverly Hills, San Rafael, Kantegril Golf and strange bridge of La Barra in Maldonado, voobrazhennye in a very picturesque village. You will also visit the Mansa and Brava beaches. Beginning at 8:30 am. Duration 10 hours. Overnight at your hotel.
Day 6: Punta del Este – Buenos Aires – Iguazu
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the port of Montevideo to go back to Buenos Aires (ferry tickets included). At the port you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Iguazu where you will meet your guide and be transferred to your hotel. Hotel Jardin del Iguazu 4 * or similar.
Day 7: Iguazu
After breakfast you will go on a tour of the Argentinean side of the falls with your guide. The Argentinian side is different from the Brazilian as you walk in paths directly above and under the falls. You feel the strength of the falling water from up close and enjoy the natural park surrounding this splendid beauty! Trails through the 55.500 hectares reserve provide the pleasure of a different, more complete view of the falls, specially the biggest one, the Devils Throat. Overnight at your hotel.
Day 8: Iguazu – Buenos Aires
After breakfast, enjoy a tour of the Brazilian side of the falls. Foz de Iguassu Falls are located on the borders of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay - and have 275 large water flows, falling from a terrible height. Falls are located in the National Park with its unique flora and fauna, which appeared after a volcanic eruption, and the displacement of the earth formations. The name Tupi-Guarani Indian tribe is translated from the waterfalls and means "big water". There are 275 waterfalls, each of which has its own name, which rush down with a crash into the canyon of "Devil's Throat". There is an amazing contrast between the calm and even lazy river water over Iguassu Falls above and the powerful overthrow boiling water flows from a height of 72 meters into the abyss. You can stand for hours without stopping, watching this show and thinking about the magnificence of the universe and eternity. Then you will be transferred to the airport for the flight to Buenos Aires where you will be transferred to your hotel with Driver only. Overnight at your hotel.
Day 9: Buenos Aires
Breakfast at the hotel. You will be transferred, with driver only, to the airport in time for your flight home.
- Accommodation at hotels with breakfast included; - Support of English speaking guide throughout the program (private or regular services where mentioned); - All transfers and excursions per program with guide or driver; - Ferry tickets Buenos Aires-Colonia and Montevideo-Buenos Aires; - Entrances to both sides of National Parks in Iguazu falls.
Prices don’t include:
-- International or domestic flights; - Airport taxes; - Optional excursions; - Tips or Personal expenses; - Meals not mentioned; - Extras at the hotels.