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Argentina and Chile – option 1

10 Nights /

11 Days

1 Day 1:Buenos Aires

After arrival to Ezeiza International Airport you will be received and taken to your Hotel.

Buenos Aires is a complex, energetic, and seductive port city, which stretches south-to-north along the Rio de la Plata; it has been the gateway to Argentina for centuries. Porteños, as the people of Buenos Aires are known, possess an elaborated and rich cultural identity. They value their European heritage highly, and the lifestyle and architecture are markedly more European than any other in South America. But the city has also spawned its own art forms, notably the tango, for which Buenos Aires is famous.

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2 Day 2: Buenos Aires

After some personal time, you will be able to acknowledge the elapsing of time in space discovering Outstanding Buenos Aires on a 4 hours City Tour.

After some personal time, you will be able to acknowledge the elapsing of time in space discovering Outstanding Buenos Aires on a 3 hours City Tour.

Starting the tour around the center of the city where the most attractive places are located: Av. 9 de Julio, Colón Theatre and the Obelisk “the symbol of Buenos Aires”. We will continue towards Plaza de Mayo and later to the south of the city passing trough San Telmo with its “tanguerías”, La Boca and Caminito.

Continuing to Puerto Madero, the renewed port of the city and important gastronomic area.

We will also visit the biggest green space of Buenos Aires, Palermo, with its parks and buildings and last Recoleta, a neighborhood where culture and elegance live together.

On Sunday the tour ends at the Flea Market of San Telmo.

01 hour Tango lesson for free at Tango Porteño 19.30-20.30

Evening Tango Show & Dinner at Magnificent Tango Porteño (20.30-23.15)

Vegetarian Menu Available

Tango Porteño recovers that spirit crystallized in a unique place. Magically it recreates the best and most transcendental time ever in the history of tango framed within a luxurious building of those days that used to be a movie theater of the Metro Goldwyn Meyer. The old and beloved Metro, just a few steps away from the Obelisk today becomes Tango Porteño, a place blending the most refined environment and pure golden days’ deco with great artists, unbeatable productions, and first class cuisine paying home to the represented time. It could not be otherwise because Tango Porteño is the image of Buenos Aires, the “City of Tango.”

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3 Day 3:Buenos Aires

Breakfast at Hotel.

Half day excursion to the northern districts, Tigre and Delta. (4 hours)

30 kmts away from the City of Buenos Aires, Tigre and its delta leads us deep into a natural scenery where the thickness of the shrub land is embraced by various channels of reddish waters.

Our delta is the third in the world as regards size, following the famous Nile River Delta (in Africa) and the Amazonas River Delta (in the North of Latin America). Nevertheless, its 27 thousand square kilometres have been hardly exploited. Enjoy one hour boat ride on the Delta.

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4 Day 4: Buenos Aires/ Iguassu

Breakfast at Hotel.

Transfer to Airport

Arrival at Iguassu Airport followed by visit to Argentinean Falls

The Argentine Falls tour takes longer since the inauguration of the new facilities for the Upper, Lower and the Devil´s Throat Circuits.

Visitors first arrive to the New Visitors Center where you walk the Nature´s Interpretation Center.

From the Visitors Center you can board the train that goes first to Cataratas Station in about 8 minutes or take a short walk through the “Green Trail” that leads to the beginning of the path towards the Upper and Lower trails. Otherwise the same train goes on to Garganta Station. Once you have finished the circuits, you must go back to the Visitors Center where the vehicles are waiting for the transfer to the hotels or the Airport.

UPPER CIRCUIT:   The 800 meters of catwalks are detached from the jungle´s surface so as to protect the fauna by preventing disruption of their natural trails.

From this circuit you have an upper view of the falls, enjoying their magnificence with a panoramic view.

LOWER CIRCUIT: 1.600 meters of catwalks, also detached from the jungle’s surface, enjoying a view from below and around the falls. This circuit provides a unique experience of feeling part of the natural surroundings, watching and sensing their magnitude from close. 

DEVIL´S GORGE:  Departing from Cataratas Station, the train goes up to Garganta Station in about 18 minutes. Then a walk along the catwalks, Some 1200 meters over the islands, take you to enjoy the most spectacular sight from the most important balcony: the Devil’s Gorge.

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5 Day 5:Iguassu/ Buenos Aires/Mendoza

Breakfast at Hotel followed by excursion to Brazilian Falls.

The Brazilian Park also offers new facilities that complement their tour

On arriving to the Visitors center, we get on the panoramic buses that begin the tour of the park, then we descend to start walking the paths. From the first balcony we meet a panoramic view of the Argentinean falls. Then after 950 meters with stunning views over the Iguazu river we get to the falls on the Brazilian side. The walkway entering the river next to the Floriano fall gives the visitor a refreshing reception and a gorgeous panoramic view of the lower Iguazu river and the Devil’s gorge Canyon. The elevator and the stairs lead to the shopping and restaurant area upstairs. Return to the portal on panoramic buses.

Some degree of difficulty, the path includes many stairs.

Later transfer to airport for flight to Buenos Aires connecting with flight to Mendoza.

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6 Day 6: Mendoza

You will have a free day to engage in the activities that you wish. Breakfast at Hotel

Uco Valley Full Day Wine Experience

The Uco Valley is compared by many to the Napa Valley 30 years ago. It is the new frontier of winemaking in Mendoza. At a higher elevation than Luján de Cuyo, excellent high-altitude wines are produced from vineyards up to 1400m (4600 feet) high, at the foot of the towering Andes mountains.

Getting an early start from Mendoza after picking you up from your hotel at 8:30, we head towards the Uco Valley, taking the scenic route via Tupungato.

In our Uco Valley Wine Experience we include a total of 3 wineries, having interesting visits and special wine tastings at two wineries in the morning, before finishing with a late, relaxed gourmet wine pairing lunch at the third winery, usually Bodega Andeluna or Bodega O'Fournier

Return to Mendoza

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7 Day 7:Mendoza

Breakfast at Hotel

There is nothing like a sightseeing tour to get to know the City of Mendoza. The sights are more than attractive when visited in the company of a guide or local that may show the natural, cultural and historical features of this beautiful destination.

The tour around the city and surrounding areas allows people to see a modern city known for its trees, canals, wide sidewalks and cleanness.

This trip tells about the history and culture of a town founded by colonizers more than four centuries ago.

On the tour, you will see the following places: 'La Alameda' (a pedestrian road), the Foundational Area (Pedro del Castillo Square), the Aquarium, the 'Serpentario' (snakes' exhibition), the main avenues downtown, the Independencia Square, the Civic neighbourhood and Emilio Civit Avenue, which leads to San Martin Park, one of the most important and impressive green urban areas of the city. At the park, we will see its little forests, the rose garden, an artificial lake and sports clubs until we get to the top of 'Cerro de la Gloria' (Glory's Hill) where we will see a monument to the Liberating Army. Near here, the Amphitheatre Frank Romero Day, where the traditional Harvest Festival is held every year, complements the trip and gives the tourist a general idea of what the capital of Mendoza has to offer.

8 Day 8: Mendoza/Santiago

Breakfast at Hotel

The trip begins in Mendoza, leaving the city through the National route 7, an area filled with small farms and vineyards. Soon after, following the route that skirts the winding course of the Mendoza river, and catching sight of El Cordón de Plata right ahead, you will leave the countryside behind in order to enter the pre-mountain range area. The first stop will be in Potrerillos, a small mountain town, with weekend residences belonging to the inhabitants of Mendoza.

Thence there is an unbeatable view of the Potrerillos dock which forms a breathtaking artificial lake. The following section of the route leads to Uspallata, framed by mountainous landscapes with

changing colours, filled with varied formations and many tunnels in the route. The famous film ‘Seven years in Tibet’ was filmed in this valley.

The trip continues towards several other small mountain towns, Polvaredas, Punta de Vacas, Penitentes, until reaching Puente del Inca, a place filled with natural and strange formations that has thermal waters. The ruins of the first thermal spring hotel, built in 1917 and destroyed by an avalanche in 1965, can be seen.

Aconcagua, the giant watcher, will become a distant companion during this part of the way while you travel towards Las Cuevas, the limiting border with Chile, which is 3150 mts above ocean level.

Right after leaving the border you’ll pass the Portillo Ski Resort. Then the road continues down via a series of 27 switchbacks; once you’re through the curves then you follow the river but in no time you get into greener countryside – first small trees and then huge vineyards. It’s only about a two hour drive to Santiago from the border.

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9 Day 9:Santiago

Breakfast at Hotel

Followed by City tour of Santiago. Departure to the downtown area, starting at Bernardo O"Higgins avenue, the main one in the city and visiting La Moneda presidential palace followed by a walk through the pedestrian Ahumada and Huerfanos streets and  “Plaza de Armas” surrounded by the cathedral and other historical buildings. Continue to the old residential areas climbing up San Cristobal hill to have a panoramic view of the city before continuing to other areas of interest such as Bellavista, centre of cultural and artistic activity and Las Condes and Providencia, modern residential areas of Santiago.

Free afternoon

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10 Day 10:Santiago

Breakfast at Hotel

Full Day Excursion to Viña del Mar & Valparaiso.

Depart Santiago for a full day heading towards the coast. Enjoy the first stop in Pomaire, a small village where the inhabitants work the local clay to make a variety of dishes, pots and interesting sculptures amongst other handicrafts.Continue to the coast and visit the beach area of Renaca and the town of Vina del Mar, known as the Garden City for its pretty parks and flower lined streets. Visit the Gaming Casino and the coastal road. In the afternoon continue to the picturesque port of Valparaiso built in the 16th century on a total of 43 hills which are reached by narrow windy streets, staircases and a series of lifts (funiculars) which is now declared by UNESCO as patrimony of Humanity because of its eclectic architecture and urban development.

Afternoon return to Santiago.

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11 Day 11:Santiago

Breakfast at Hotel

Transfer to Airport.

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