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Buenos Aires is a vibrant city, known for its art, culture, nightlife and friendly citizens. You get the impression of strolling through a European city and that’s where the name: “Paris of South America” has its origin: whine, tango, belle époque are omnipresent. Its South America’s most populated city after Sao Paulo and its port is one of the continent’s most important. The inhabitants or “Portenos” are mostly of Spanish and Italian origin and they are off course convinced they have the best football team in the world. Buenos Aires has a humid sub tropical climate and has 4 well defined seasons with temperatures ranging anywhere from 8C to 30C.

Ushuaia: At 50º south latitude, the last great frontier of the continent. Here ends the great Pan-American route that connects Tierra de Fuego with Alaska. Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, the gateway to Antarctica. At the bottom of the fjord and sheltered from the fury of Magallanes, its lights stand out against the landscape of southern mountains. Brave, young and obstinate, Ushuaia has streets that are full of life in the evenings, shop windows -of electronics, outdoor- with irresistible prices; bookstores to immerse yourself in fantastic worlds; Warm bars and sophisticated restaurants. Throughout the year, the temperature generally ranges from -1 ° C to 13 ° C and is rarely below -5 ° C or above 17 ° C.

El Calafate lies in the Southwestern tip of Patagonia close to the Chilean border. The little village is located on the banks of the gigantic lake Argentino, in the bedding of what once was an enormous glacier covering the whole region. Today there are still remainders of this once enormous and some of them advance some 30 cm a day and all of them end their lives in the Lago Argentino, which gives us the opportunity to get close to these wonders of nature during our excursions. This is certainly an important visit since it confronts us directly with today’s climate change issues. El Calafate has steppe climate with cool to hot, dry summers and cool to very cold winters with very little precipitation the year through. Temperatures can reach -5C during European summers.

Puerto Iguazú is a city in the province of Misiones, Argentina.
The city is part of an urban area known as the Triplice Fronteira, which also includes the Brazilian city of Foz do Iguaçu, in the State of Paraná, and the Paraguayan city of Ciudad del Este , from the Department of Alto Paraná. The world-renowned Iguazú Falls are only 18 kilometres (11 mi) away from the city, and as a result the city has developed much of its infrastructure around tourism. It is also a city very rich in beauty and natural varieties. Puerto Iguazú has a Humid Subtropical climate with temperatures that can plummet to -5C during the European summer and that can reach as high as  40C during the European winter.

Day 1
Arrival Buenos Aires
Arrival. Reception and assistance by our local guide at Ezeiza International Airport. Transfer to your hotel. Check-in assistance. (Check-in: 15h / Check-out: 12h). Overnight.
Day 2
City Tour
Breakfast. City Tour. Enjoy the city on a tour of its main attractions.This tour gives you the emotion of a multiple Buenos Aires with it´s landmark: The Obelisk. We´ll visit places such as Plaza de Mayo, San Martin, Alvear and avenues like Corrientes, De Mayo, 9 de Julio, among others. Historical neighborhoods: La Boca, San Telmo, fancy as Palermo and Recoleta, modern like Puerto Madero; Parks like Lezama and Tres de Febrero, business and shopping areas. Football Stadiums and many more. Overnight.
Day 3
Flight to Ushuaia
Breakfast. Transfer to J. Newbery National Airport for your flight to Ushuaia (not included). Arrival. Reception and assistance by our local guide at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Check-in assistance. (Check-in: 15h / Check-out: 12h). Overnight.
Day 4
Tierra del Fuego
Breakfast. Morning departure from the hotel to visit Tierra del Fuego National Park (National Park fee included) in regular service. Created in 1960 with a surface of 63.000 acres, this place offers visitors a complex landscape framed in the patagonic forest.Geographically formed by mountain chains and glacier valleys. The vast lenga forests cover part of the mountains from the sea level up to 600 mts high. We can also find "guindo" or "coihue of Magallanes" trees in humid areas of the Pipo Valley. Special fauna is found here: Zorro Colorado fueguino (Red Fox), guanaco and huillin (carnivorous mammal from the otter family). In the afternoon, we´ll enjoy the “Isla de Lobos y Pájaros”(Sea Wolves and Birds Island) Have you ever thought of taking pictures of an over 300 kilos Sea Lion surrounded by its harem at about 3 metres of distance and posing specially to look more elegant? This is only one of some of the unusual pictures we can take during the trip. In very comfortable modern ships we sail around the Archipelago, Bridges Islands and Les Eclaireurs lighthouse, rocky outcrops in the middle of Beagle Channel that go together with the mountain chains that close this magnificent interoceanic passage. We´ll sail opposite Túnel Farm, the southest farm in the World. Overnight.
Day 5
Flight to El Calafate
Breakfast. Transfer to Ushuaia Airport for your flight to Calafate (not included). Arrival. Reception and assistance by our local guide at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Check-in assistance. (Check-in: 15h / Check-out: 12h). Overnight.
Day 6
Perito Moreno Glacier
Breakfast. Departure from the hotel to enjoy the tour to the Perito Moreno Glacier and the “Safari Nautico” in regular service. Los Glaciares National Park has been declared to be Mankind Heritage by the UNESCO (National Park fee included). These glaciers, about 47 of them, show a work of 10 thousand years ago. The most famous is Perito Moreno Glacier, located in the extreme south - west of Lago Argentino, 80km/50miles away from Calafate. Is was named after the great argentine explorer from the 19th Century and it is one of the few advancing glacier, that is why, it has become a mayor amazing landscape in southamerica. Every certain time, from its front walls of 60mts/196ft high fall down giant blocks of ice, as big as buildings, into the waters of Brazo Rico or Canal de los Tempanos (Icebergs Canal) and finally gets to the main part of the lake. However, there´s more! The advancing of the glacier does it approach to Peninsula Magallanes, on the opposite side of the lake, where there are balconies to be able to enjoy it. The cycle takes between 4 to 6 years and divides the lake into two parts. Overnight.
Day 7
Free Day
Breakfast. Free day at leisure. Overnight.
Day 8
Flight to Puerto Iguazu
Breakfast. Transfer to El Calafate Airport for your flight to Puerto Iguazu (not included). Arrival. Reception and assistance by our local guide at the airport. Transfer to the hotel. Check-in assistance. (Check-in: 15h / Check-out: 12h). Overnight.
Day 9
Argentinean side of the falls
Breakfast. Departure to visit the Argentinean  Side of the Falls (National Park fee included). After taking the Ecological train, we will visit the upper and lower walkways of the argentinean side, approaching both water falls you can almost touch. Such magnitude of wild nature gets its highest expression in "The Devil's Throat", where the tumultuous waters are countless rainbow. We recommend the Optional tour "The Great Adventure", where passengers of the boat have a baptism under one of his waterfalls. Overnight.
Day 10
Brazilian side of the falls + flight to Buenos Aires
Breakfast. Morning tour to Brazilian Side  of the Falls (National Park fee included). From Puerto Iguazú we will cross The International Bridge ‘Tancredo Neves’ (Puente de la Fraternidad) that joins the cities of Puerto Iguazú (Argentina) and Foz do Iguaçu (Brazil). At the crossing border we will go through Customs at both sides of the bridge. The Iguaçu National Park (on the Brazilian side) is 185.000 hectares long. As we get to the ‘Visitor Center’ we will enter the gates individually to check the loading capacity of the Park. We will immediately get into the buses to go along within the park and they will take us to the 1200 trail over the ‘Iguazú River’. At this point we will get a panoramic view of the Argentinean falls, ideal to take pictures. As we go on, we can see ‘Río Iguazú Canyon’ - Salto Rivadavia and Tres Mosqueteros (falls). Towards the end of the tour we will get to Devil’s Throat lower viewpoint (200m away). This beautiful scenery is enhanced by permanent rainbows. The tour ends at ‘Salto Floriano’ where an elevator takes us to the bus parking. The other option is to walk the path and up the stairs to the meeting point. In the afternoon and at the scheduled time, transfer Out to the airport for the flight to Buenos Aires (not included). Arrival, assistance and reception by our local guide at the airport. Transfer In to hotel. Check-in assistance. (Check-in: 15h / Check-out: 12h). Overnight.
Day 11
Breakfast. Transfer to Ezeiza International Airport.

  • 2 nights in Buenos Aires
  • Regular City tour
  • 2 nights in Ushuaia
  • Regular FD National Park Tierra del Fuego (with fee entrance)
  • Regular HD Isla de Lobos y Pajáros (with fee entrance)
  • 3 nights El Calafate
  • Regular FD Perito Moreno Glacier (with fee entrance)
  • Regular Nautic Safari
  • 2 night in Iguazú
  • Regular FD Argentinean Side (with fee entrance)
  • Regular HD Brazilian Side (with fee entrance)
  • 1 night in Buenos Aires
  • Breakfast included
  • Transfers in private services
Not Included
  • Domestic and international flights
  • Extras and tips
  • Meals
  • Rates are not valid for Reveillon, Carnival, Champions Parade, Easter and National Holidays.

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