Tango, Samba & Waterfalls - Enjoy A Fun-Filled Latin America Journey
Buenos Aires is one of the most favorite destinations for the tourist. The capital city sits on the southwestern shore of the Rio de la Plata and offers plenty of activities for travelers. This Latin America journey combines the wonders of Buenos Aires with the charm of Brazilian falls. Appreciate professional dancers as they perform milongas (Tango dances) in La Boca, shop for antiques at the vibrating San Telmo market, spent time at the huge monuments such as the Obelisk on Avenue 9 de Julio and relish fine wines at fancy restaurants in Palermo and finally immerse in the wonders of nature in the Iguazu falls and Atlantic Rainforest.
Buenos Aires City Excursion
Tango Show & 3-course Dinner in Buenos Aires
Tour of Iguassu Falls - from Brazilian & Argentine sides!
Historic Port of Antonina
Spectacular Train Ride through the Atlantic Rainforest
Sao Paulo City Tour
Rio de Janeiro City Excursion including Sugarloaf & Corcovado Mountains
Tour of Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls, Plus Rio de Janeiro: The City of Tango, Tropical Waterfalls, Atlantic Rainforest & Marvelous Rio. On this Latin America journey, enjoy classic tours to Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls, experience all the best classic Argentina travel destinations all packed into one! The tour Highlights include Dine on the Argentine steak to the rhythms of Tango; excitement at the world's largest falls - in a tropical setting! Travel through the Atlantic Rainforest as you ascend the Serra do Mar mountains by train; and compare the views from Rio's Sugar Loaf & the Christ the Redeemer Statue, one of the New 7 Wonders.
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
On your arrival in Buenos Aires, your guide will warmly welcome you at the airport and then transfer to your hotel. Take some time to settle and then head to on a guided Buenos Aires city trip. Look closely at this beautiful city. Sure, it might look like a concrete jungle from some angles, but walk through the streets, paying attention to the great architecture around you, and you'll soon be won over. Come back in time and visit the historical landmarks of the beautiful Casa Rosada and the bustling Plaza de Mayo, to explore the place where the 25 May 1810 Revolution took place. Spend a few free hours resting in a bar or restaurant in the upscale Puerto Madero on the waterfront. On Sundays, there’s also an opportunity to browse for unique items at the San Telmo Antique market.
Day 2 - Tigre Delta & Tango Show
Get out of the city and proceed to the lush, flourishing Tigre Delta, which is just a short drive from Buenos Aires. Follow the lead of the locals and enjoy a slower pace of life by slowly walking along zigzagging rivers and stop to appreciate the still tranquility of the landscape. In the evening, return to Buenos Aires and get ready to enjoy a 3-course dinner and authentic Tango Show. Excellent vegetarian options are available at the dinner and tango show.
Day 3 - Arrival and Tour of Puerto Iguazu & Brazilian Falls
Proceed to the airport to catch the flight to Puerto Iguazu. Look out the windows to view the majestic Iguassu Falls from above. Be greeted by your friendly guide at the airport and escorted to your hotel. You will be amazed at your first glimpse of this Natural Wonder of the World on the Brazilian side of the national park. Continue to a guided visit of Brazil's Iguassu National Park. Explore the exhibits at the visitor’s center and board a bus to visit different vantage points that will reward you with a picturesque view of the Falls. Stare in awe at the Devil's Throat, the grandest waterfall, a roaring cascade of torrential whitewater falling down an incredible 72 meters.
Day 4 - Sightseeing Argentine Falls
Enjoy to the full of your final full day in the Iguazu National Park at the unbelievable Falls. On the Argentine side, View the sight of the Devil's Throat from a distance. Try out onto the catwalks that cross the water at the base of the Falls. The beautiful Iguazu Falls are also known as the Iguassu Falls and the Iguacu Falls. The majestic spectacle of these 275 individual drops has awed tourists, locals and native inhabitants for centuries. In fact, the Iguazu Falls are what splits the river of the same name into its upper and lower portions, a fact that has given rise to numerous myths and legends as to their origin. This river forms the boundary between Brazil and Argentina, making it an important part of the political and geographical formation of the continent of South America. To get up close to the waterfalls and be soaked by the spray, step into a boat on the Macuco Safari and cruise beneath the water.
Day 5 - Travel Through The Atlantic Rainforest
this morning start your day traveling through the heart of the Atlantic Rainforest to Curitiba. Scratch into your memory the spectacular sight of rolling green mountains, fertile farmlands and a subtropical forest full of Araucaria trees. Arrive your hotel in Curitiba after the pleasant and comfortable journey.
Day 6 - Curitiba Tour & Train Ride
Explore the highlights of Curitiba, Morretes and Antonina in the Serra do Mar region. The full-day trip passes by the popular meeting place of Tiradentes Square, the stately Guaira Theater and the Museum of Oscar Niemeyer. Pause to visit the classic Wire Opera House and shady, green spaces of Tangua Park, Tingui Park, and the Botanical Garden. Next, visit the beautiful historic port town of Antonina. Arrive at Morretes and spend a few free hours to explore this serene colonial town. Enjoy lunch by the riverside, try a typical tasty Barreado prepared from slow-boiled beef and seafood. Return to Curitiba by a tourist class 3-hour train journey through the Serra do Mar passing enjoying lush rainforest and winding around mountains and over bridges.
Day 7 - Arrival & City Tour In Sao Paulo
Arrive in the modern commercial hub of Sao Paulo and explore the biggest city in Brazil. During a guided city trip, visit historic sites such as Paulista Avenue, the cultural Liberdade Japanese district, the grand Se Cathedral, and the Patio do Colegio where Sao Paulo was established by the Jesuits. Explore the busy financial district of Sao Paulo and appreciate the detailed and stunning Art Deco and neo-Baroque architecture.
Day 8 - Arrival in Rio De Janeiro & Corcovado Mountain Tour
Wake up early in the morning amongst the chaotic drama of Sao Paulo before flying to Rio de Janeiro, the "Marvelous City”. Start with a trip of the Tijuca Forest and the Corcovado Mountain, from where the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue stare at the city sprawl and the sparkling Guanabara bay. Built in 1922, this impressive statue has been declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
Day 9 - Sugar Loaf and Historic Rio with Bbq Dinner
Explore the highs and lows of the diverse city of Rio de Janeiro. Follow your guide and visit historical sites and golden beaches, then glide up the mountainside in a cable car gondola to the peak of Sugarloaf Mountain, a granite peak overlooking Guanabara Bay. Enjoy picturesque views of Rio de Janeiro's winding coastline and lush subtropical forests. In the afternoon, rest at your hotel or on the popular Copacabana and Ipanema beaches. Finish off your day by savoring tantalizing authentic barbecue at the Churrascaría Palace, a rich restaurant that offers a wonderful Brazilian BBQ buffet.
Day 10 - Departure From Rio
This afternoon, depart for home or continue your Latin America journey to other destinations. This 10-day tour of the highlights of Brazil and Argentina is also customizable according to your preferences. We suggest taking the tour during Rio Carnival, Rio New Year's, or Oktoberfest.