A Guide For What To Do In Argentina With This Classic Argentina Tour

A Guide For What To Do In Argentina With This Classic Argentina Tour

Argentina is considered one of the largest countries of the world. WWF has declared Argentina as one of the countries in the world possessing greatest wealth and natural diversity. The country has a great variety of climates, extending to a subpolar climate in the far south and a tropical in the far north. Check out what to do in Argentina with this classic Argentina tour itinerary. Read More

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Argentina is considered one of the largest countries of the world. WWF has declared Argentina as one of the countries in the world possessing greatest wealth and natural diversity. The country has a great variety of climates, extending to a subpolar climate in the far south and a tropical in the far north. It also has a great combination of natural regions - Deserts, glaciers, waterfalls, forests, marshlands, mountains and much more. If you are planning a trip to this incredible country, then here is a guide for you. Check out what to do in Argentina with this classic Argentina tour itinerary.

 

A Brief Look At The Argentina Tour

(Day 1): Welcome to Argentina - Arrival in Buenos Aires

(Day 2): Exploring Buenos Aires

(Day 3): Visiting  El Calafate

(Day 4): A Tour of Bariloche

(Day 5): Witnessing The Beauty of Iguazu Falls

(Day 6): Departure

 

Places To Visit

Buenos Aires, El Calafate, Bariloche, Iguazu Falls

DETAILED ITINERARY

Day 1: Welcome to Argentina - Arrival in Buenos Aires

Today, you will begin your Argentina journey by boarding an international flight to Buenos Aires. Upon arrival, you will be greeted by your guide at the airport and transferred to your hotel. Settle down and relax at your leisure so that you can get ready for your tour with a fresh attitude.

 

Day 2: Exploring Buenos Aires

This day is for you to explore the city of Buenos Aires, especially its most popular sites Recoleta and La Boca. The city combines Latin passion with faded European splendor. This beautiful city is classy and alive and gets under one’s skin in its truest form. Though it might appear like a concrete jungle from certain angles but when you look closely by strolling through the streets and paying attention to the spectacular architecture around you, you’ll definitely be won over. The Italian and Grand French-style palaces snatch the limelight, however interesting architectural details can be observed clearly in the buildings of even the low-key and local barrios. These days the beauty of these conventional neighborhoods is further intensified by colorful murals that have been painted by the artists involved closely with the city’s lively street-art scenario. It seems like Buenos Aires is a canvas for these talented individuals.

 

Day 3: Visiting  El Calafate

Today you’ll be transferred to the airport for a flight to El Calafate. On reaching, you’ll get the opportunity to sail across the Lago Argentina’s milky waters and visit Perito Moreno Glacier. Situated 320km northwest of Rio Gallegos, El Calafate sits at the southern shore of Lago Argentino. Its main strip has been dotted with chocolate and souvenir shops, tour offices and restaurants.

 

Day 4: A Tour of Bariloche

Get ready to enjoy a full day tour of one of the most beautiful parts of the Lake District, Bariloche. You can explore the various adventurous activities that are organized here such as rafting or trekking. Wander along Lago Nahuel Huapi’s shoreline, in the middle of the Bariloche National Park. You’ll witness one of the most enchanting settings imaginable. Apart from this, a wealth of winter and summer activities in the surrounding countryside and the production of Argentina’s best chocolate has majorly helped this region to become a principal destination of the Lake District.

 

Day 5: Witnessing The Beauty of Iguazu Falls

Take a flight from Bariloche to Iguazu in the early morning and reach your hotel. The excruciating Iguazu Falls is a majestic spectacle of 275 individual drops which has amazed locals and tourists for centuries. Originating from the Iguazu River, the falls are situated on the border of Argentina and Brazil. The river creates a boundary between Argentina and Brazil, making it a crucial part of the geographical as well as the political structure of South America’s continent. Enjoy the day exploring the Argentina side of these elevated falls.

 

Day 6: Departure

In the morning, you’ll be transferred to the airport for your flight to Sao Paulo, where you can connect with your flights home. This marks the completion of your beautiful Argentina journey which you are sure to remember your lifetime.

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