North Argentina – Patagonia

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Day 1 : Buenos Aires

Transfer in from Ezeiza airport to hotel
Dinner Tango Show including transfers (SIC)

Day 2 : Buenos Aires

Full Day City Tour with lunch (SIC): Pick up from hotel to take the tour which includes visits to Plaza de Mayo, where is located the famous Casa Rosada, the Cabildo and the Catedral of Buenos Aires with the tomb of San Martin. The tour also takes us to La Boca, the legendary tango neighborhood, where we will visit El Caminito, and La Bombonera, the famous stadium of the football club Boca Juniors. We have lunch at La Bistecca resptaurant in Puerto Madero.
We continue our tour to the neighborhood of Recoleta, and its famous cemetery, where we will see the tomb of Evita Peron. After that we will visit Puerto Madero and the famous Puente de la Mujer by Santiago Calatrava. During the tour we will pass through the neighborhoods of Palermo, San Telmo and Congreso, where we will see the Palermo parks, the Congress, the Obelisc and the Colon Theater.

Day 3 : Buenos Aires – El Calafate

Transfer out from hotel to Aeroparque (SIC)
Transfer in from El Calafate airport to hotel (SIC)

Day 4 : El Calafate

Half day Perito Moreno Tour (SIC): Pick up from the Hotel. Once you arrive at the park, we will descend to observe the Perito Moreno Glacier for the first time, which is undoubtedly a striking image. We will then continue to the glacier front walkways, where we will observe the same from several balconies located at different heights, which allows us to appreciate it from different angles, each more surprising than the previous one.

Day 5 : El Calafate

Half day El Chalten Tour (SIC): we will start the tour, accompanied by a bilingual guide. On the Argentino Lake we will continue until the junction with route 40 that we will take towards the north. Approximately halfway we will arrive at La Leona, an old building dating from 1894, on the river of the same name, where we will learn about its history. Continuing north, and after several stops at panoramic points, we will surely meet with herds of guanacos and hares.

Day 6 : El Calafate – Iguazu

Transfer out from hotel to El Calafate airport
Transfer in from Iguazu airport to hotel

Day 7 : Iguazu

Full day regular (SIC) tour to Argentinian Falls: Pick up from hotel You will visit the traditional circuits: Superior ride, ride lower and the Devil’s throat. The visit includes the ecological jungle train.
Ride lower: This circular walk of 1,200 metres, enables the observation of most of the falls, from the front and from below, in distances ranging from spacious panoramic and views far Brazilian jumps, to spectacular approaches where Ride Superior: It is a short walk from 1,300 metres of total travel (round-trip). The elevated walkways will take you over the line of fall of several of the main falls, reaching the edge of them. The Devil’s throat: is accessed through the ecological jungle train, descending on the station throat of the devil. From there is a walk through the new footbridge, which
meandering among the Islands, runs 1,100 metres to the large balconies located along the edge and front of the Garganta del Diablo.

Day 8 : Iguazu – Buenos Aires

Half day Regular (SIC) tour to Brazilian falls: Pick up from hotel. We wil visit the Brazilian waterfalls. The extension of the runways is 1,200
meters from where you get a spectacular panoramic view of the 275 waterfalls that make up Iguassu Falls, of which the most important Brazilian side are four: Floriano, Deodoro, Benjamín Constant and Devil’s throat. Completed the course have access to the panoramic elevator that leads to the bus that will leave you again in your gateway.
Transfer out from hotel to Iguazu Airport
Transfer in from Aeroparque to hotel

Day 9 : Buenos Aires

Free day (optional Gautsos or Colonia Tour)
Full day Gautsos Fiesta with lunch: During the day the group will enjoy, gauchos games, public participation, horse rides, carriage rides and other activities. At the lunch, the passengers will have a typical argentine barbecue with wine and desserts and also a show of folklore and traditional dances of different regions of Argentina.
Colonia City Tour: We will take a boat from Buenos Aires port to Colonia, Uruguay. The walk begins with the cobblestone streets of the UNESCO World Heritage Historic District, discovering the rich colonial architecture (combining Portuguese and Spanish styles) and the interesting history of the city.
The next stop is the Real de San Carlos, the old Bullring built in 1900 to receive races of international fame. Although abandoned a century ago, it still retains its impressive façade, one of the best postcards in Cologne.
The modern center of Cologne is another place to meet, with its nice shops and restaurants. From here you can access the port area, one of the most picturesque of the destination. After lunch, the tour continues to Ferrando Beach, where relaxation and sea views give a perfect end to the tour.

Day 10 : Buenos Aires – Out

Transfer out from hotel to Ezeiza Airport.