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Buenos Aires-Mendoza-El Calafate-Iguassu
12 days/11 nights
Day 1 - Buenos Aires
Arrival at Buenos Aires, Private transfer from International airport to downtown hotel.
Day 2 - Buenos Aires
City tour of Buenos Aires With this tour you will understand why it's known the beautiful city of Buenos Aires as the "Paris of South America". The tour begins with a tour of 9 de Julio Avenue, one of the widest avenues in the world, where you can find the symbol of the city: the Obelisk. You will stop at Plaza de Mayo, where you will visit the Casa Rosada, name by which it is popularly known the presidential palace, and the magnificent Metropolitan Cathedral, with its incredible neoclassical facade, mausoleum of national hero, General San Martin. You will also visit squares as San Martin, Alvear and Plaza del Congreso. Important avenues like Corrientes, Av. De Mayo, among others. Important areas of the city like La Boca, San Telmo, Palermo, Recoleta and the most modern: Puerto Madero. At night, dinner and tango show at Tango Porteño. Enjoy the night of fun and elegance in a dazzling and spectacular tango hall. Let the luxurious, old theater take you away as you feel the grandeur of the theater the minute you walk through the door. To begin the evening, you will enjoy a three course meal of the highest quality Argentine cuisine. Your dinner will be paired with traditional Argentine wines, as well as soft drinks and purified water. As the show starts, travel through the glory days of tango as Tango Porteño recreates the golden age of the forties, a time unquestionably known as the reign of tango. Enjoy a live performance by professional dancers, singers and musicians. The meticulous scenery and costumes at Tango Porteño create the ultimate framework for an unforgettable experience. Roundtrip Transfers in regular service are included.
Day 3 - Buenos Aires | Meals: Breakfast / Dinner
Breakfast in the hotel. Free day for optional tours Tigre Tour and Northern Zone We will leave Buenos Aires city heading for the town of Tigre, one hour away, where we will board a tourist boat to navigate along the Delta and its islands. The life of the isleños (people who live on the islands of the Delta) is very special. We will learn about their customs, culture and ways of life. On the way back to Buenos Aires city we will drive by the elegant residences of the well-off, located in the northern suburbs, and the San Isidro neighborhood. Additionally, you will also get a glimpse of the Presidential Residence (Quinta de Olivos) as we drive by it. Day Ranch and Fiesta Gaucha in Santa Susana Ranch. Escape the city and journey back to simpler times with this Gaucho Party tour. Let us pick you up and transport you to an 'estancia' or ranch for a fun filled day. Once we arrive at the estancia, Santa Susana, we’ll have some time to get to better acquainted with one another while indulging on handmade empanadas. After which, we will have some free time to take in the sights, explore the area, go horseback riding etc. The grounds are literally at your disposal. You won’t have to worry about going hungry on this tour. After our free time we will be invited to partake in an 'asado', which is a traditional Argentinean barbeque that includes – both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, and dessert with coffee or tea. The fun doesn’t stop there; after lunch we will be treated to both a folkloric and a tango show. The cultural experience doesn’t end there. The real show will start when the gauchos come out to show you their skills. They will demonstrate ring-races, horse mildness among many others. This part of the day is also interactive, so you better have your boots on and ready to go. Once we have said goodbye we will hop back on our comfortable and air conditioned bus for a relaxing trip back to Buenos Aires. Itinerary 11:00am - Reception with handmade empanadas and wine at the ranch's pulperia (traditional argentine bar). 11:30am - Free activities. Walk around the beautiful garden, visit the local museum and church, go horseback riding or try the typical carriages. 1:00pm - Lunch Time. Traditional argentine barbecue with salads.Your choice of drinks includes soft drinks, beer, and red or white wine. For dessert taste traditional pastries accompanied with coffee or tea. Enjoy a lively folklore show with traditional singing and dancing as well as tango. 3:00pm - The gauchos will show you their skills such as ring-races, horse mildness, and troops retail-trade including the participation of the public. 4:30pm - Return to Buenos Aires. Tour to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay. Colonia de Sacramento, a former Portuguese city of the XVII century has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its architecture. The tour starts with a short boat ride across the Rio de la Plata. Once in Colonia you can enjoy a delicious lunch and after that, a tour of the city on the tourist bus where you can appreciate its impeccable and luxurious parks and gardens, quiet streets, and all the coast up to Real de San Carlos with its bullring .Then you have free time to enjoy this beautiful city. This tour includes: transfers hotel – Buquebus Port – hotel in Buenos Aires / walking tour in Colonia / Ferry tickets Buenos Aires – Colonia - Buenos Aires.
Day 4 - Buenos Aires
Transfer to the airport for flight to Mendoza. Arrival, transfer to the hotel. Additionally, you can order a city tour individually (minimum 2 people) with an English-speaking guide (USD 200 P/P) This tour will allow us to get to know the city of Mendoza, one of the most beautiful in the country. We start from the place where the city was founded. We will visit the center, the Government House, San Martin Park, Gloria Hill and the Frank Romero Dai Greek Theater, the scene of the national grape harvest festival. Duration: 2-3 hours
Day 5: Mendoza
Breakfast in the hotel. Wine tasting tour in Valle de Uco or Luján de Cuyo In the morning meeting with a wine specialist guide, departure to the wine oasis. It is here that historical wineries and producers of high-class wines are located. Andean landscapes add to the uniqueness of this route. A visit to two or three wineries (such as Salentein, Clos de los Siete, Piedras Negras, Andeluna Cellars, Atamisque and others), where the guide will introduce you to the processes of wine making: caring for grapes, harvesting them, keeping and fractionating wines of various types. Also, the guide will explain the tasting technique and the importance of the cork, talk about the use of glasses during the tasting. Lunch at the winery, accompanied by local wines.
Day 6: Mendoza / El Calafate
Private transfer from Hotel to the airport. Arrival in Calafate. Transfer from Airport to downtown hotel.
Day 7 - El Calafate
Take in the rare and breathtaking beauty of the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the UNESCO JEWELS. The tour guide will pick you up at your hotel in the morning for a full day tour on the Perito Moreno Glacier. On the way to the park, they will explain the importance of the glacier and share interesting details and facts about the park and Perito Moreno. Your first stop will be at a series of walkways for views of the glacier and to take photos. From there the bus will continue and you will get to see the amazing views and natural beauty that the park has to offer. You will get to walk along the walkways to see the glacier and watch as the chunks of ice break off and crash into the water. At the end of the day the bus will take you back to your hotel.
Day 8 - El Calafate / Iguassu
Transfer from hotel to the Airport. Arrival at Puerto Iguazú, transfer from Airport to the hotel.
Day 9 - Iguassu
Argentine Falls tour: One of the 7 wonders of the world. Begins early in the morning with the pick up in your hotel to take you to the National Park. The pick-up time will depend on the area where you are staying, approximately between 7:20 a.m. to 8:20 a.m. The traditional circuits will be visited: Lower, Upper and Devil's Throat. The tour includes the Ecological Jungle Train. *Lower Circuit: At a length of 1,700 meters, runways venture into the lush jungle to take direct contact with the breaking of the Dos Hermanas, Chico and Ramirez. Walking down a runway you can be at the foot of a huge seawall water which is the fall of Salto Bosetti and you will enjoy the steep falls in the Saltos Alvar Nuñez, Elenita and Lanusse. -Duration: This ride is approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. -Level Of difficulty: Medium. Access with no stairs to the Bosetti jump and lookout balcony *Cannon Falls: Upper circuit: a walk of 1,300 meters (round trip). Elevated runways will take you on the fall line of several major jumps, reaching the edge thereof. It provides an overview of the complex from a greater height. -Duration: This ride is approximately 1 hour. -Level Of difficulty: Easy. Access without stairs. *Devil's Throat: Accessed through the Rainforest Ecological Train, descending into Devil's Throat Station. From there, after 1,000 meters walk along the runways, you will reach the grandiose 'Devil's Throat', where Iguazu is expressed with all his strength. You can combine this tour with the following additional tours: Nautical Adventure rides and Photo safaris within the National Park. (Optional excursions are not included).
Day 10– Iguazu
Breakfast. The tour begins early in the morning with your pick-up at the hotel to take you to the National Park. The pick-up time will depend on the area where you are staying, approximately between 7:20 am and 8:20 am. You will visit the Brazilian Falls and their traditional 1,200 meters long walkways where you can get a spectacular view of the 275 waterfalls that make up Iguazu Falls, of which in the Brazilian side are four: Floriano, Deodoro, Benjamin Constant and Union or Devil's Throat. After the tour you will have access to the panoramic elevator that will reach you to the bus that will take you back to the hotel.
Day 11– Iguazu / Buenos Aires
Transfer to the airport. Flight to Buenos Aires. Arrival, private transfer to your hotel.
Day 12 - Buenos Aires
Private transfer from hotel to the airport. END OF SERVICES.
• 9 nights of accommodation in 4* the hotels, breakfast and local taxes are included. • Private transfers with driver only • Excursions with English speaking Guides (in private service in Buenos Aires, Mendoza and Iguazu, regular service in Calafate) • Entrance fees to National Parks
• International flights • Domestic flight • Tips • Late Check Out and/or Early Check In **Subject to change without previous notification and to availability at the moment of reservation.