From mighty Iguazú Falls in the subtropical north to the thunderous and crackling advance of the Glaciar Perito Moreno in the south, Argentina is a vast natural wonderland. The country boasts of some of the Andes’ highest peaks. It’s home to rich wetlands, mountains painted in rustic colors, deserts dotted with cacti, massive ice fields and dramatic steppes in Patagonia, cool lichen-clad Valdivian forests, Andean salt flats, a spectacular Lake District, penguins, flamingos, capybaras and more.

 It has been quipped that Argentina is the most American of all European countries and the most European of all American countries, but it actually has a very special character all of its own, distilled into the national ideal of Argentinidad, characterized by proud, defiant passion. While there is a lot of truth in the clichés – Argentine society really is dominated by football, politics and living life in the fast lane (literally, when it comes to driving) – not everyone dances the tango, or is obsessed with Evita or gallops around on a horse.

One of Argentina’s top attractions is the leviathan metropolis of Buenos Aires, the most fascinating of all South American capitals. It’s a riveting place just to wander about, people-watching, shopping or simply soaking up the unique atmosphere. Its many barrios (neighborhoods) are startlingly different – some are decadently old-fashioned, others daringly modern – but all of them ooze character. Arriving at the city, one is gifted with a blurred mosaic of a modern metropolis followed by the street life – the cafes, the purple jacaranda flowers draped over the sidewalks, and porteños (residents of Buenos Aires) in stylish clothing, walking purposefully past handsome early-20th-century stone facades. The other main cities worth visiting are colonial Salta in the Northwest, beguiling Rosario – the birthplace of Che Guevara – and Ushuaia, which, in addition to being the world’s most southerly city, enjoys a fabulous waterfront setting on the Beagle Channel.

The country’s real trump cards outside the capital are the sheer size of the land and the diverse wildlife inhabiting it. Argentina hosts hundreds of bird species – including the Andean condor and three varieties of flamingo – plus pumas, armadillos, llamas, foxes and tapirs roaming the country’s forests and mountainsides and the dizzying heights of the altiplano, or puna. Lush tea plantations and parched salt-flats, palm groves and icebergs, plus the world’s mightiest waterfalls, are just some of the scenes that will catch you unawares if you were expecting Argentina to be one big cattle ranch.

Satisfying that carnal craving for juicy steaks isn’t hard to do in the land that has perfected grilling wonderfully flavorful sides of beef. Parrillas (steak restaurants) are everywhere and will offer up any cut you can imagine. And if you’re a fan of pizza and pasta, these Italian staples are ubiquitous as well. You can experience a huge variety of ethnic cuisine, from Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern to Scandinavian. Down it all with that famous Argentine wine, and you’ll be struggling to maintain your waistline.

ACCOMODATION  Double Room Basis
Land Package Meals
Sightseeing Transportation
Anything not mentioned in the itinerary



Arrival in Calafate, meet and greet at the Bus Station, transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.


Breakfast. The tour guide will pick you up at your hotel in the morning for a full day tour of 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. You will first stop at a series of walkways for views of the glacier and a moment 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 chunks of ice as large as buses break off and crash into the water. At the end of the day the bus will take you to the airport for your flight to Buenos Aires.
Arrival in Buenos Aires
Accommodation at Aeroparque Inn Hotel (free shuttle offered by the hotel).


Breakfast. (free shuttle offered by the hotel). Flight to Iguazu Falls. Reception at the Airport and direct transfer to the National Park.
Get your cameras ready because a memorable experience awaits you as you explore this natural wonder of the world. The 200,000 year old falls span across the border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay and are known to pour over 400,000 gallons of water a second onto the rocks below!
We will travel outside the city of Iguassu to the national park where we will spend the day exploring the falls and learning about the history and culture. 
We will explore the three tiers of the park to see the falls from different vantages. The lower path leads to the base of the falls where the intense crash of the falls releases a thick mist into the air. The upper path leads to incredible panoramic views of the falls from an extensive footbridge, also an unforgettable experience.
You will be guided throughout the tour but will have lots of free time to take pictures, enjoy the nature and see the falls at your own pace.
At the end of the tour we will all meet back up for transportation to the hotel.

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport for your flight to Buenos Aires.
Arrival in Buenos Aires, meet and greet at the airport, transfer to your hotel. Free day to enjoy the city and go shopping in malls and craft markets.

Breakfast. Free Day.


Breakfast. Check out and transfer to the airport.


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  • Accommodation at the selected category with breakfast

  • All transfers Airport / Hotel / Airport on SIC basis

  • All visits and excursions on SIC basis

  • English-speaking local guides included on tours

  • Meals mentioned.


  • Any Fluctuations in ROE , (Taken as 64+1)
  • 5% GST
  • National Parks Entrance Fees (APROX. $60 NET PER PERSON)
  • International air tickets.
  • Airport taxes.
  • Personal expenses, beverages in meals.
  • Tips for transfers, guides or waitress.
  • Services not mentioned.
  • Any Increase in the Airfare / Rail fare / Cruise Charges (If Airfare are included in the cost).
  • Any Increase in the fuel surcharge or any kind of taxes levied by the respective government or statutory bodies.
  • Any Increase in the rate of exchange leading to an increase in all land arrangements which may come in to effect prior to departure.
  • Tips, Porterage, laundry, wines & alcoholic beverages, mineral water (unless specified), telephone charges, shopping.
  • All items of personal nature and also food and drinks not forming the part of the group menus.
  • Anything not specifically mentioned in the Inclusion Column.



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