Iguazu & Buenos Aires

Iguazu & Buenos Aires

Purpose: Culture, History, Ecotourism
No. of days: 6 days - 5 nights
First & Last Cities: Iguazu Falls, Buenos Aires
Starting cost: $539
Iguazú 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 rain forest, 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.

Day 1: Iguassu Falls
Arrival in Iguassu and transfer to your hotel. In English it is called “Iguassu Falls” but the word “Foz” in Portuguese actually means “river mouth”. When you reach the Landmark of the Three Frontiers, you will see exactly where the Iguassu’s river mouth flows into Paraná River. There at the landmark painted in blue, yellow and green, the colors of the Brazilian flag, you will be standing at the border with the countries of Paraguay and Argentina. From there you’ll be able to see the landmarks of the Argentinian side and the Paraguayan side as well. Learn about the Paraguay War, where Paraguay faced Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. There you will understand the strategic reasons as to why Paraguay invaded Brazil and about the long-lasting impact of the outcome of the war. It gives you a different perspective into the frontier itself.
Day 2: Iguassu Falls
Today you will visit one of the seven wonders of nature: Iguassu Falls. Leave your hotel and head to the National Park. 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 end of the day, return to your hotel [B]
Day 3: Iguassu - Buenos Aires
At agreed time transfer to the airport to board your flight 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. 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! [B/D]
Day 4: Buenos Aires
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 5: Buenos Aires
Day at leisure to enjoy Buenos Aires at your pace or take an optional tour. [B]
Day 6: Buenos Aires – 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 | [B/D] = Breakfast and Dinner

Visa is required for US citizens who cross the border to visit the Brazilian side of the falls.






Tour includes
  • Private transfers between airports and hotels
  • Accommodation in standard rooms at hotels of preference:
    • Iguassu - 2 nights
    • Buenos Aires - 3 nights
  • Meals
    • Daily breakfast
    • 1 dinner in Buenos Aires
  • English Speaking guides for tours and visits
  • Tours and visits are on shared basis
  • Entrance fees to attractions mentioned
  • All hotel taxes
Not included in tour
  • International or domestic air tickets
  • Taxes and surcharges related to airline tickets
  • Travel Insurance
  • Early check-in or late check-out at hotels
  • Services and food not listed in the itinerary
  • Beverages during the meals
  • Hotel extras, and personal expenses.
  • Tips for guides, drivers and in restaurants

Hotels in your Tour

City Hotel Name Tripadvisor
Tourist Class Hotels
Iguassu Amerian Portal del Iguazú 4.5
Buenos Aires Dazzler San Telmo 4
First Class
Iguassu Mercure 4.5
Buenos Aires Grand Brizo 4.5
Iguassu Loi Suites Iguazu 5
Buenos Aires Intercontinental Buenos Aires 4.5

All hotels are subject to confirmation at the time of booking

Tour Pricing

Category From
Tourist $539
First Class $575
Deluxe $789
Rates are minimum per person sharing a room and may change without notice.
Rates may change depending on the date of travel
Prices for single room or for 3 passengers sharing a room are available on request
Valid through December 20th 2020. Not valid for Holidays and big Conventions.
Other blackout dates may apply.
Tour Code: AR02IGU20AMV