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Buenos Aires, Iguazu and Calafate (11 days / 10 nts)

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Places Visited:
v/   Buenos Aires
v/   Iguazu
v/   El Calafate
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Fo from the waterfalls and subtropical rainforest of the Northeast to the Glaciers in Patagonia

Day 1:Arrive in Buenos Aires
Day 2:Buenos Aires (city tour)
Day 3:Buenos Aires (leisure day)
Day 4:Buenos Aires - Iguazú
Day 5:Iguazu (Argentina falls)
Day 6:Iguazu  (leisure day)
Day 7:Iguazu - Calafate
Day 8:Calafate (Perito Moreno Glacier)
Day 9:Calafate (leisure day)
Day 10:Calafate – Buenos Aires
Day 11:Fly out from Buenos Aires


Hotels used in this tour
(hotels can be changed on request for most tours)
Monserrat
Monserrat
Buenos Aires
Salta 560 C1074AAL
75 rooms
click to see Trip Advisor report Hotel website
Continental Inn
Continental Inn
Iguazu Falls
Av. Parana, 1089 - Centro
113 rooms
click to see Trip Advisor report Hotel website
Rochester Calafate
Rochester Calafate
El Calafate
Av. Libertador 3614
50 rooms
click to see Trip Advisor report Hotel website
Day 1:  Arrive in Buenos Aires
Arrival at Ezeiza International airport. Assistance on arrival by one of our representatives, who will take you to the hotel. Overnight in Buenos Aires.
Day 2:  Buenos Aires (city tour)
After breakfast at the hotel, depart on a guided tour to the most important places in Buenos Aires. The tour includes the National Congress, the Metropolitan Cathedral, Government House and the area of Plaza de Mayo. You will be at the heart of the Tango activity where this sensuous dance is performed in the street for passersby to enjoy in the traditional neighbourhood of San Telmo, where this typical dance dwells. Then you will visit La Boca and stop at this colorful suburb of the city adopted years ago as his home by the first Italian immigrants. Today is home for important artists. Then, a visit to Palermo is scheduled, a residential neighbourhood with parks and elegant buildings. Finally, you will visit the sophisticated Recoleta, one of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in which among other attractions, you can take a look at the famous cemetery alongside fine restaurants and cafes. Overnight in Buenos Aires.

(Included meals: breakfast)
Day 3:  Buenos Aires (leisure day)
Day at leisure for shopping or optional excursions. Overnight in Buenos Aires.

(Included meals: breakfast)
Day 4:  Buenos Aires - Iguazú
At the set time, you will be transferred to the domestic airport to take your flight to Puerto Iguazu. Upon arrival you will be assisted by one of our representatives who will take you to the hotel. Overnight in Iguazu.

(Included meals: breakfast)
Day 5:  Iguazu (Argentina falls)
Departure to the Argentinean Falls tour. The UNESCO declared this place Natural World Heritage in the year 1984.
The tour has a lower path, a higher path and the “Garganta del Diablo” path. The Paseo Inferior (Lower Path): this round 1,200-metre-walk (0.8 miles) gives you a great view of the majority of the rapids and falls from a front and lower point of view. The distances range from a bird’s eye point of view of “Garganta del Diablo” (The Devil’s Throat) together with several Brazilian rapids, to spectacular close-ups to other falls. If you like to, you will be able to enjoy “Salto Bossetti” (the Bossetti Fall) splash.
The Paseo Superior (Higher Path): this round 1,300-metre-walk (0.9 miles) will raise your adrenaline level because you will feel the vertigo of being at the edge of some waterfalls. This walk has a breathtaking scenery clif-point outlook .This is the less effort demanding walk of the three traditional ones.
Garganta del Diablo Waterfall: to access this place, you will have to take the “Tren Ecológico de la Selva” (Ecological Jungle Train), and you must get off at the stop named after this waterfall. From there, you will start a stroll along the safe new catwalk floor which is a winding path that goes around the islands for 1,100 meters (0,7 miles) and ends in the large balconies located on the edge of The Devil´s Throat. Overnight in Iguazu.

(Included meals: breakfast) 
Day 6:  Iguazu  (leisure day)
Day at leisure for shopping or optional excursions. Overnight in Iguazu.

(Included meals: breakfast)
Day 7:  Iguazu - Calafate
After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport to take a flight to Calafate. Arriving in El Calafate town. You will be received with full assistance which will be provided by one of our representatives, who will take you to the hotel. Overnight in Calafate.

(Included meals: breakfast)
Day 8:  Calafate (Perito Moreno Glacier)
After breakfast, you will be taken to make the 80 km from El Calafate to the renowned glacier Perito Moreno, unique on the planet in its constant forward movement. Along the road you will discover many Andean pre-cordillera sites that are worth sight seen or recording on camera and by the lake Argentino you will access the National Park “Los Glaciares”. Along Brazo Rico you will start to spot the floating icebergs until you finally are able to grasp in all its awe this natural wonder considered World Heritage by the United Nations. You will take the paths and enjoy some time to observe the beautiful nature. Overnight in Calafate.

(Included meals: breakfast)
Day 9:  Calafate (leisure day)
Day at leisure for shopping or optional excursions. Overnight in Calafate.

(Included meals: breakfast)
Day 10:  Calafate – Buenos Aires
At the set time you will be transferred to the Airport to take a flight to Buenos Aires. You will be received with full assistance which will be provided by one of our representatives, who will take you to the hotel. Overnight in Buenos Aires.

(Included meals: breakfast)
Day 11:  Fly out from Buenos Aires
At the set time you will be transferred to the International Airport to take your flight to return home.

(Included meals: breakfast)
 
Trip type:
  Shared service
(can be done privately also)
Departures:
   Fixed Day 1 in Buenos Aires:
10 Mar 2012
14 Apr 2012
12 May 2012
09 Jun 2012
25 Aug 2012
15 Sep 2012
13 Oct 2012
10 Nov 2012