In the land of Argentina, passion meets artistry, Europe meets Latin America, and each region boasts a distinct personality. A tour to Argentina offers travelers an opportunity to experience diverse landscapes of glaciers, lakes, inlets, fjords, forests, mountains, prairies, desert as well as cosmopolitan cities. Journey to Northern Argentina presents unique desert landforms, deep gorges providing excellent hiking, and also the thunderous Iguazu Falls, whose flow cascades tumble through the lush subtropical rainforest. Moreover, on your tour to southern Argentina, get ready to greet the awe-inspiring scenery of the end of the world. Get on our Argentina tour journey and see the world from a distinctive-colored lens!
(Day 1): Arrival in Buenos Aires, the Capital City
(Day 2): A Full Day Tour Of Puerto Madryn
(Day 3): Venture to Ushuaia
(Day 4): Relish the beauty of El Calafate
(Day 5): An Awe-inspiring visit to Iguazu Falls
(Day 6): Departure for Home
Buenos Aires, Puerto Madryn, Ushuaia, El Calafate, Iguazu Falls
The city of Buenos Aires knows how to dazzle locals as well as visitors. Upon your arrival at Ministro Pistarini International Airport, your private guide will greet you at the airport and transfer you to your luxury hotel. Soon you will find yourself in the heart of the blooming city, surrounded by alluring culture and historic architecture. The pink tinge of the presidential palace gleams brightly, enhancing the main square known as Plaza de Mayo.
The old colonial buildings you are going to see in Buenos Aires date back to the 16th-century and have long witnessed the city’s many of the important events, including the push for independence in the 19th-century. After you check-in and settle into the comforts of your hotel, your guide will take you on a private evening tour of the city. You walk along San Telmo, which is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. The colonial buildings and narrow cobblestone streets give way to art studios and fabulous galleries. You can also hear the rhythmic sounds of the tango emerging from a hidden parlor. The beauty of the city of Buenos Aires lies in its movement.
After spending an entire day in Buenos Aires, now it is time for you to continue your Argentina tour journey southwards. Today, you’ll be driven to an exciting place – Puerto Madryn, making a stopover in Bahia Blanca on your way. Situated on the east coast of Argentina, technically Puerto Madryn is still in the Patagonia region.
The city boasts plenty of amazing beaches, where you can stroll, hang out, relax and witness the main attraction of the place which is the appearance of Southern Right Whales visiting its bays. As Puerto Madryn is situated just next to the popular wildlife filled Valdes Peninsula, you can have an opportunity to roam amongst elephant seals and penguins and can even spot whales from the shores. Take a boat tour and learn about marine biology here in local museums and in the evening enjoy a great seafood dinner!
At the Southern tip of South America, on the Tierra del Fuego, sits the city of Ushuaia – known as the southernmost city in the world, or “the end of the world”! A hub for adventure and a busy port, Ushuaia comprises of jumbled buildings and steep streets, below the snowcapped Martial Range. On your visit to Ushuaia, you can happily plot the outdoor options such as hiking, skiing, sailing, kayaking, and even scuba diving.
Today you’ll be driven to the airport to catch a flight to El Calafate. Upon arrival, take the opportunity to sail across the milky waters of Lago Argentina and visit Perito Moreno Glacier. Located 320km northwest of Rio Gallegos, El Calafate sits at the southern shore of Lago Argentino. The main strip is dotted with chocolate and souvenir shops, tour offices and restaurants. Enjoy your entire day strolling the streets of El Calafate and having a personal experience of the beautiful place.
In the early morning, you’ll venture to Iguazu Falls. The thunderous Iguazu Falls is an exalted spectacle of 275 individual falls which has been a source of amusement for locals and tourists alike for centuries. Originating from the Iguazu River, the falls are located on the border of Argentina and Brazil. The river forms a boundary between Argentina and Brazil, making it a significant part of the geographical and the political structure of South America’s continent. Enjoy your day admiring and exploring the Argentina side of these majestic falls.
After you have your breakfast in the morning, you’ll be driven to Sao Paulo International airport for your final departure back home. You’ll be taking with you loads of amazing memories as well as experiences which are going to last a lifetime!
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