Experience the best of Argentina on this action-packed itinerary. Beginning in Buenos Aires, you’ll explore the faded glamour of Argentina’s capital. You’ll be able to visit hip districts like Palermo Soho and Villa Crespo. You’ll also see a tango performance.
Over in El Calafate you’ll see a different side of Argentina. The vast glaciers of Patagonia will await you. You’ll sail the clear waters of Lago Argentina and visit the Perito Moreno Glacier. Over in Bariloche you’ll see one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. It’ll then be time for the ultimate bucket list experience in Argentina: the mighty Iguazu Falls.
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Day 1: Buenos Aires
When you arrive at the airport you’ll be transferred to your hotel in central Buenos Aires. Evening at leisure.
Day 2: Buenos Aires
Set out on a city tour of Recoleta and La Boca. Take a trip to Plaza de Mayo, the central square of the city. In many ways, this is the heart of the city. It’s where the revolution of 1810 began that led to Argentina’s independence from Spain.
If you’d like to see one of the major Latin American art galleries you should head to Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes.
In the evening, enjoy a three-course meal at El Aljibe with a tango show, a tour guide and private transfers.
Day 3 And 4: El Calafate
Head to the airport and fly to El Calafate, a coastal city in Patagonia. You’ll then be transferred to your hotel.
The following day Today you’ll sail down the Patagonian Lake, Lago Argentino. You’ll be sailing to Los Glaciares National park where you’ll see the vast Perito Moreno Glacier.
Day 5: El Calafate
Enjoy at day at leisure in El Calafate. You can go on an optional glacier sightseeing cruise. If you want to try something a bit different you could even visit La Leona Petrified Forest.
Day 6 And 7: Bariloche
Today you’ll fly to Bariloche in the Rio Negro province and transfer to your hotel.
In the morning you’ll set out on a guided tour of Bariloche. A very popular tourist destination since the post-war era, it’s surrounded by great natural beauty. It’s especially great if you like to stay active.
Day 8: Bariloche
Choose the activities you’d like to try. This can be a challenging or as laid back as you like. You could go white water rafting, horseback riding or take a hike.
Bariloche is a haven if you’re a skiing enthusiast. Cerro Catedral has many excellent ski trails.
Day 9 And 10: Iguazu
Head to the airport, fly to Iguazu and transfer to your hotel.
Today you’ll explore Iguazu Falls, an absolute must if you’re in Argentina. Over a million people visit Iguazú national park each year. The almighty waterfalls on the Argentine and Brazillian sides of Iguazu make up the most dazzling waterfall system on earth. A local guide will take you on a tour of this great natural wonder.
Day 11: Departure
For your return journey, you’ll transfer to Sao Paulo airport. On the way you’ll be able to visit the Brazillian side of Iguazu before getting your return flight.
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