Day 1: Arrival at Ezeiza Int. Airport or Aeroparque.
Transfer In to Hotel.
Day 2: Half Day Panoramic City Tour, Regular with Guide incl.
This excursion transmits the emotion of a multiple Buenos Aires. We will know the symbol of our city: the Obelisk. We will visit squares such as those of Mayo, San Martín and Alvear. Avenues: Corrientes, De Mayo, 9 de Julio, among others. Neighborhoods with history like La Boca, San Telmo, sumptuous like Palermo and Recoleta, modern like Puerto Madero. The parks: Lezama, Tres de Febrero, commercial and financial areas and Soccer Stadium.
In the afternoon Tango Dinner Show at La Ventana (Transfers included).
“The show is made up of more than 30 artists on stage (including a choreographed musical band, singers and professional dancers), with an impressive display of production that will make emotions and feelings flow like you have never felt before. It is a dynamic and intense show that amazes the viewer, in a very special environment.
Dinner includes a three-course menu with a selection of starters, main dishes and desserts, with drinks included.”
Day 3: Half Day Tigre Tour (Delta, Tigre & San Isidro) , Regular with Guide incl.
Watching the Delta you will appreciate the generosity of nature in a very singular place. We will leave Buenos Aires City going to the north of the Great Buenos Aires looking for the natural scenery of the Delta and its islands. The way of life the “isleños” (people who lives in the islands) is very special. We will know their costumes, culture and their way of life. We will also see elegant residences located in the residential neighbourhoods of the northern suburbs. We will visit San Isidro neibourhood (stop) and the Amazing Cathedral. On the way back to Buenos Aires City, we will pass next to the Presidential Residence (Quinta de Olivos), where all the Argentinian Presidents use to live during their Presidences.
Day 4: Check Out & Transfer Out to Ezeiza Int. Airport or Aeroparque.
Flight departing from Ezeiza Int. Airport or Aeroparque (Flight not included) to Iguassu. Arrival and Transfer In to Hotel, Regular.
Day 5: Full Day Argentinean Falls, Regular with Guide incl.
This excursion brings you to the waterfalls by using the hiking routes. Finally, you arrive at a breathtaking canyon called “Garganta del Diablo” (Canyon of the devil).
A train through the jungle moves to the stations “waterfalls” and “Garganta del Diablo”, even tough the hiking route named “Yvyra Retá” connects these two stations. By using some hiking routes it is possible to access the lookout point “Alvar-Nunes”, the waterfalls called “Bosetti”, “San Martin” and “the two sisters”.
Day 6: Half Day Brazilian Falls, Regular with Guide incl.
“You enjoy a tour to the waterfalls on the Brazilian countryside.
From the Brazilian countryside you have a breathtaking point of view to gaze at the UNESCO world natural heritage”.
Day 7: Check Out & Transfer Out to Puerto Iguazú Airport, for the flight to Salta. Arrival and Transfer In to Hotel.
In the afternoon Half Day City Tour (3 hs)
Proud of its history, Salta is the Argentine city that better has preserved its colonial past and the first decades of the post-independence period. There are many testimonies of those times in the historic center of Salta: churches, convents, government buildings and private residences. All of them are part of the route of this city tour, starting with the famous Plaza 9 de Julio, surrounded by the Cathedral Basilica of Salta, the Cabildo (the best preserved of those that still exist in the whole country) and the Centro Cultural América, among other buildings. You also pass by the Minor Basilica of San Francisco, the San Bernardo convent, the monument to General Martín Miguel de Güemes, the San Bernardo hill and the February 20 monument, and then leave for the town of San Lorenzo, located 20 minutes from downtown, at the foot of the yungas. On the way back to Salta, we visit the Craft Market, where certified crafts from different corners of the province are exhibited and sold. The excursion includes stops with descent of the vehicle at the San Bernardo hill, the monument to Gral. Güemes, the San Lorenzo ravine and the Artisan Market.
Day 8: Full Day Quebrada de Humahuaca
The Quebrada de Humahuaca is one of the few places on the planet that was declared by UNESCO World Heritage of Humanity under the category of Cultural Landscape, which highlights both the extraordinary natural aspect and human action on the environment throughout history. The famous Jujuy stream is an explosion of colors, both in the hills that frame it and in the clothing and spirit of the people who live there. The excursion travels along National Route 9, leaving the city of San Salvador de Jujuy behind and entering the ravine through the Cuesta de Barcena. Volcán and Tumbaya are the first towns to appear, before deviating a few kilometers west to be dazzled by Purmamarca and its magical backdrop: the Cerro de los Siete Colores. Here you can visit its historic church and the artisan market that occupies its central square. The next stops are Tilcara, where the famous Pucará (archaeological site of pre-Inca origin) is visited, and later, after passing the Tropic of Capricorn, Uquía, whose chapel is among the most beautiful in the region. In this section the hills known as La Pollera de la Coya and Las Señoritas also stand out.
The city of Humahuaca marks the highest point of the excursion, 3000 meters above sea level. There you can have lunch and a tour of the historic center, where the Cathedral, the Cabildo and the Monument to Independence, also called El Indio, stand out. The return to Salta is done by the same route, but the afternoon sun allows you to enjoy the hills located on the eastern cordon, especially the remarkable Paleta del Pintor, which gives the town of Maimará a framework.
Day 9: Full Day Cafayate
To connect Salta with Cafayate, you will travel through National Route 68, one of those roads that can be traveled a thousand times without getting tired.
The tour begins in the towns of the Lerma Valley: Cerrillos, La Merced and El Carril, surrounded by low hills and flat areas with crops of tobacco, alfalfa, corn and other cereals.
Later, Coronel Moldes appears, attracting attention with its recesses on the side of the road, and then, to the east, the gigantic mirror of the Cabra Corral reservoir can be seen.
The wonderful Quebrada de las Conchas begins in the small town of Alemánía (former head of the C-13 railway branch): there are 83 kilometers in which the views will be awesome, due to the colors of its hills and the incredible shapes drawn during thousands and thousands of years due to the erosion of water and wind. The Amphitheater, the Garganta del Diablo, the Obelisk, the Toad, the Monk, the Castles and the Tres Cruces viewpoint are the most recognized attractions, although every meter of this path is unmissable.
The arrival in Cafayate is anticipated by the entry on the scene of the first vineyards, origin of the famous wines of Salta, which in recent decades have added Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and other red grapes to their traditional torrontés. Large wineries and boutiques occupy the entire area, and the excursion includes a visit to one of them.
After having lunch (not included) there is a time to visit the center of the city and then the return is undertaken by the same route. However, the panorama is not the same as the way out, as the evening lights illuminate the reddish landscapes of the Quebrada de las Conchas.
Day 10: Transfer to the airport for the flight to Buenos Aires and then to your international flight back home