• Buenos Aires

    Your trip will begin in Buenos Aires. The bustling city is not only Argentina’s vibrant capital but also the second-largest metropolitan area in South America.

  • Buenos Aires

    Take a morning stroll on the Plaza de Mayo, which houses several of the city’s major landmarks, including the Casa Rosada (the executive mansion) and the Cabildo, a sprawling museum bursting with paintings, artifacts, clothing and jewelry from the 18th century. Next, unwind in one of the myriad parks and gardens of Palermo; wander through San Telmo, the oldest neighborhood in Buenos Aires and the birthplace of the tango; take in the colorful buildings of La Boca; and explore Recoleta Cemetery. Hailed as one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the world, this 14-acre marvel contains the graves of numerous Argentinian presidents, Nobel Prize winners and historical figures. Later, take a private tango lesson and enjoy a dinner complete with a lively tango performance at a lauded Buenos Aires venue.

  • Iguassu Falls

    Fly to the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls. Located in Iguassu National Park, these breathtaking waterfalls span nearly two miles and are surrounded by a lush rainforest that is home to diverse and rare flora and fauna, including spotted leopards, magnificently colored butterflies, exotic birds, prego monkeys, armadillos and much more.

  • Iguassu Falls

    Your exploration of the falls continues, this time on the Argentine side. Feel the mist of the falls swirl around you and hear the roar of the river as you take a 2,300-foot-long catwalk over Devil’s Throat, a long, narrow chasm into which half of the river’s flow falls.

  • Bariloche

    Take a scenic flight to Bariloche. Situated in the foothills of the Andes, this city in the province of Rio Negro is nicknamed “Little Switzerland” because it resembles an alpine town.

  • Bariloche

    Take in the beauty of Bariloche, known not just for its snow-capped peaks and bountiful skiing but also for its azure lakes and plentiful fishing. Visit the shores of the dazzling Lake Moreno and amble through the pristine Llao Llao Peninsula. Stop by Lopez Bay before venturing up the Cerro Campanario chairlift, which offers panoramic views of the region’s hills, lakes, mountains and valleys in their full Patagonian splendor.

  • Bariloche

    Spend the day enjoying Bariloche’s many leisure activities, which include golf, biking, rafting, fishing, horseback riding and kayaking.

  • El Calafate

    Board a flight to El Calafate, a quaint town that serves as a hub for Los Glaciares National Park, and spend the evening relaxing at your hotel.

  • El Calafate

    Spend the day taking in the awe-inspiring Perito Moreno Glacier, a colossal ice formation that covers 97 square miles. An expert guide will take you on an intimate and informative hike over the glacier and, later, on an exclusive boat excursion.

  • Depart El Calafate

    Board a flight home at the El Calafate International Airport.

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