|Purpose:||Culture, History, Ecotourism|
|No. of days:||8 days - 7 nights|
|First & Last Cities:||Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro|
|Other cities:||Iguassu Falls Argentinian & Brazilian sides|
Your Tour includes:
*Transfers to & from Tango Show on shared basis
Tour does not include:
Hotels in your Tour:
|Location||Hotel Name||Room Type||Tripadvisor|
|Buenos Aires||Hotel de Las Americas||Standard||4|
|Iguassu||Hotel Recanto Park||Standard||4.5|
|Rio de Janeiro||Hotel Windsor Plaza Copacabana||Superior||4|
|Buenos Aires||725 Continental||Superior||4|
|Rio de Janeiro||Windsor Excelcior||Superior||4|
All hotels are subject to confirmation at the time of booking
Buenos Aires is famous for its amazing nightlife and for being the land of Carlos Gardel. The city offers countless gastronomic and artistic options. Tango portrays the ’Queen of the River Plate’ (’Reina del Plata’). You will enjoy an unforgettable night, surrender to the magic of this city that never sleeps and to the charm of this overwhelming and sanguine music —main protagonist of the night— while enjoying the best of its varied gastronomic offer!
Iguazu National Park
Located inside a protected area, the Iguazú National Park with a total of 55,500 hectares— stands the Iguazu River, which means "great waters" in the indigenous Guaraní language. Surrounded by a lush subtropical rainforest, you will find the majestic Iguazú Waterfalls. The more than 275 cataracts and volume of water places it among the most important and spectacular waterfalls in the world
Rio de Janeiro
The city is situated on a privileged area, bordered on one side by the blue sea, on the other by the lush vegetation. Almost 8 million cariocas, how the locals are called, call it home. Rio is also one of the most important cultural cities in Brazil with state of the art museums and cultural centers, a bustling night life, gorgeous beaches and parks, and great shopping options. Rio is surrounded by natural beauty on all sides, with the famous Christ the Redeemer blessing the city from atop of Corcovado Mountain, and the imposing Sugar Loaf, guarding the entry of the Guanabara Bay.
Day 1: Buenos Aires
Welcome to Buenos Aires! Upon arrival transfer to your hotel. Remainder of the day at leisure to relax or explore Buenos Aires at your pace. Tonight experience a typical dinner Tango show. Prior to the show enjoy your Tango lesson and learn the basic steps of Tango.
Day 2: Buenos Aires
Half day Panoramic Tour
On an unforgettable route, we will live all the porteño magic. These few hours feature all the magic of Argentina`s capital city. In this most complete overview of the Paris of South America we will visit the glamorous neighborhood of Recoleta and its most famous cemetery, Palermo, May Square and the Pink House, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the newest & trendiest Puerto Madero Area and many other emblematic buildings and palaces of unique architectural, historical, and cultural value. The visit would not be complete without the sights of the first settlements of the city of Buenos Aires. The picturesque neighborhood of San Telmo, residence to the porteño aristocracy until the end of the XIX century and where the renowned antiques market is held every Sunday; Caminito Street, in the colorful, Italian immigrants neighborhood of La Boca. [B]
Day 3: Buenos Aires (Tigre Tour)
Drive along the Northern residential districts of the city, until getting to San Isidro, a colonial and aristocratic area. You will see the mansions and houses in front of the River Plate. You will continue the driving to Tigre, a charming area near Buenos Aires city where a great number of summer residences, yacht clubs and rowing clubs attract the week-end activity of many “porteños”. The Tigre Delta with its rivers, streams and numerous green islands is one of the most attractive areas for visitors. The continuous sediment of the Paraná River, which gives the river and estuary their particular brownish-red colour, forms the Delta islands. Enjoy a boat excursion (1 hour) along the innumerable channels of the Paraná-Delta to see some of the hundreds of islands covered with luxuriant vegetation. Drive back to the city via the Panamericana highway. [B]
Day 4: Buenos Aires, Iguassu Falls (Argentinian Side)
At agreed time transfer to the airport to board your flight to Iguassu. Upon arrival, immediate departure to tour the Argentinean side of the falls. You will start at the upper circuit and stop to admire the picture perfect spots. Continue to reach the balcony over the incredible Garganta del Diablo (Devil´s Throat), one of the highlights of your tour, with waters falling down from 240 feet high. Next cross the border to visit the Brazilian side of the falls. Located on the west end of the Paraná River, the Iguazú Park is a huge tropical rainforest was declared a World Heritage Site. This is one of the largest natural reserves in South America. Upon arrival walk along the paths and the catwalks that allow privileged views of the Devil’s Throat. At the tour’s end cross the border of Brazil and head to your hotel located at the Brazilian side. [B]
Day 5: Iguassu Falls (Brazilian Side)
This morning depart your hotel to visit the Brazilian side of the falls. Walk along the catwalks and admire the several panoramic views of the falls. At the end of the catwalk a fantastic close-up encounter with the Devils’ Throat and main cataracts. The tour ends at the upper part of Iguassu Falls accessed through a panoramic elevator; from there, follow a track heading to the lookout of Espaco Canoas from where you can take amazing pictures! Afternoon at leisure to enjoy Iguassu at your pace or take an optional tour [B]
Day 6: Iguassu, Rio de Janeiro
Day at leisure. At agreed time transfer to the airport to board your flight to Rio de Janeiro.
Upon arrival transfer to your hotel.
Remainder of the day at leisure to stroll on the beach or explore the city on your own [B]
Day 7: Rio de Janeiro (Corcovado & Sugar Loaf)
Your day starts with a visit to the Corcovado Mountain - the most important site of Rio, where Christ of Redeemer stands! The panoramic ride begins at the Corcovado Train Station where a cogwheel train takes you through the lush Tijuca forest to the base of the famous Christ the Redeemer statue. Enjoy the spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of the entire city. The tour continues with a drive through the famous beaches of Leblon, Ipanema and Copacabana. Our next stop is in the neighborhood of Urca, home to another iconic symbol of the city: the Sugar Loaf. Two cable cars will bring you to the top. Admire the beautiful view of the Guanabara Bay, Flamengo Park, Copacabana beach, the downtown area and Niteroi. At the end of the day return to your hotel. [B]
Day 8: Rio de Janeiro, USA
Day at leisure. At agreed time transfer to the airport to board your flight back home or to your next destination. [B]
[B] = Breakfast
Visa is required for US citizens traveling to Brazil
Rates are per person, based on number of passengers indicated on the brackets.
Price for single is for passenger traveling alone, staying in a single room. Single supplement based on 2 or more pax traveling together is available upon request.
Rates are valid from August 1st 2016 through November 30th 2017 and do not apply to the following holidays: Christmas and New Year’s (December 23, 2016 through January 1, 2017). Other blackout dates may apply.
Visa is required for US citizens traveling to Brazil
Tour Code: MU01IGR17CT