Upon arrival a guide will be waiting for you at the Iguazu airport, you will be transferred to your hotel in private.
After midday begins your visit to the Brazilian side of the park at the Visitors’ Center to learn more about the park. Follow an 11 km (6 mi) road to begin your experience. Once on the road, you will be able to hear the falls as you watch the forest and its rich fauna and flora. During the tour, observe many species of birds, butterflies, and even small mammals such as coatis (Nasua). At the park, you will visit the main circuit of 1500 mts with a constant panoramic view of the falls, from here you will also see the Melia Iguazu hotel and lighthouse on the Argentinean side of the falls. At the end of the circuit, you will be so near the falls that you will end up soaked by their mist. This place’s great for photos and videos!.
Start your tour on the Argentine side of the park at the Visitor Center, The Park is named after the river that serves as its northern boundary, which in Guarani language means "Agua Grande" (Big Water), and was probably named after the enormous river that flows through the area, 1750 m3 per second. Inside the Park you will find the majestic "Iguazu Falls", which will impress you with its more than 275 waterfalls, ranging from 30 to 80 meters high.
Jungle Ecological Train: Specially designed to preserve the ecosystem, it joins three stations: ̈Centro de visitantes'' and ̈Cataratas ̈; in each station starts the tour of the circuits.
Upper Circuit: It crosses the upper area of the waterfalls Dos Hermanas, Chico, Ramírez, Bossetti, Adán y Eva, Bernabé Méndez and ends at Mbiguá. It has a total length of 1200 m. It has 6 wide viewpoints and resting
places from where the arch formed by the San Martín, Escondido, Dos Mosqueteros, Rivadavia and Tres Mosqueteros falls can be appreciated. At the viewpoint of Salto Mbiguá there is an important variation in which the vegetation gallery is cut allowing a wide panoramic view.
Lower Circuit: It has a route of 1.700 m, with 8 viewpoints of major attractions. The particular characteristic of this circuit is the layout of the walkway, which allows full contact with the falls and immersion in the vegetation, which confers a more intimate experience with the landscape.
This waterfall has the largest waterfall in the world. When the level of the Iguazú River is not high, the waterfall has a drop of 80 meters. The day we visited it, the flow was enormous because it had been raining for several days in the whole area, so you could not appreciate the waterfall in all its agnitude, but the amount of water was incredible and made you think (and admire) the power of nature.
There are usually a lot of people at the viewpoint, but with patience we can wait to find a spot, take a photo and admire the spectacle for a few minutes. For those who want to take a photo "alone", there are official
photographers who mark out a section of the viewpoint with stairs and, for a fee, they will take your photo and you can take it home as a souvenir in a nice frame. We didn't do it, but we'll pass on the information.
IGUAZÚ CITY TOUR.
Guira Ogá: Center for the Recovery and Breeding of Threatened Birds of the Paranaense Rainforest.
La Aripuca: It is a family Agro-Eco-Touristic enterprise, located 15 km from the Iguazú Falls, and 4 km from the center of the city. The structure is made of tree trunks of native species from the north of the province of Misiones.
Hito Tres Fronteras (Three Borders Landmark): A place where two rivers meet, framed by exuberant vegetation, where the CRAFT CORRIDOR is located.
Walk through the city's COMMERCIAL CENTER.
Hotel Merit 3*
Single - USD 110 * | Double - USD 1000*
Hotel Saint George 4*
Single - USD 1400* | Double - USD 1200*
*All prices are per person.
You must book a morning flight from BA to Iguazu on day 1, you must also book an afternoon flight from from IGuazu to BA on day 3.
Come and discover the charm of one of the best-preserved corners of colonial life in our country.
Admire the magnificent natural scenery of the North, declared a UNESCO world heritage site, and wander through traditional villages where time seems to have stopped. Meet local artisans and their unique crafts such as tapestries and textiles; sheep, llama or alpaca wool ponchos; gold and silver.
The word Salta derives from the Aymara dialect "sagta", which means beautiful, and in fact today it is known as Salta “La Linda" (the beautiful one). It is situated in a fertile valley that even today still bears the name of its founder "Valle Lerma". San Bernardo Convent, San Francisco Church and the Cabildo with its stunning arches, stand out most amongst Salta’s architectural colonial heritage.
Arrival at Salta airport (on a morning flight) and transfer to the hotel. During the afternoon we will make a city tour discovering the best places in town: the Historical City Centre, San Bernardo ́s Hill and the San Lorenzo Vila.
Full Day Train to the Clouds
We propose a unique and special trip that combines its services in two
We not only combine landscapes and sensations, but also stories and experiences, which lead us to relive the epic of the railway construction, back in 1920, initiated by the engineer Richard Fontain Maury, alma mater of the project, as well as to know villages stopped in time in harmonious coexistence with the mountain.
Departure from Salta through Cerrillos, El Carril, Coronel Moldes, Ampascachi, Alemania, Las Conchas Gorge, which was declared Natural Monument by the UNESCO due to its formation and colorfull mountains.
All rock formations are signalized to its correct location, in which we can mention: Devil’s Throat (141 km.), El Amphitheater (142 km.), The Frog (153 km.), The “Fraile” (155 km.), El Obelisk (165 km.), The Castles (168 km.)
When we get to Cafayate town, located in the Calchaqui Valley, we will learn that it is known as a wine zone, we will visit a vineyard and have a tasting (VasijaSecreta, Domingo Hermano or Nanni).
In the afternoon, we will start our way back to Salta by the same route, but making stops in different places in the morning, to take advantage of the sun's position. Overnight at the hotel of your choice
Rafting Juramento River
Our adventure begins in Salta, where we will receive our equipment and begin the descent through the rapids of the Juramento River.
There are 10 Class III rapids, plus 5 Class II rapids, framed by the imposing landscape of the Juramento River Canyon, which can be seen as a large opening between the mountains.
We will continue for 12 kilometers until we reach Los Lapachos.
Afterwards, we will return to Salta by land.
Transfer to Salta airport and return to Buenos Aires.
Hotel Ayres de Salta 4*
Single - USD 1250* | Double - USD 1050*
Hotel Sheraton Salta 5*
Single - USD 1680* | Double - USD 1300*
*All prices are per person.
After being welcomed at Ushuaia airport we will visit the stunning Tierra del Fuego National Park, situated in the south-east of the province, almost touching the border with Chile. This is the most southerly national park in the Andes, a beautiful Patagonian forest with lakes, lagoons and rivers. Take a ride in the Austral Fueguino train, known as the “Train to the End of the World”. The train crosses the Pipo River, stopping at various points so that passengers can appreciate the fantastic panoramic views of Lago Roca and Lapataia Bay, and the impressive snowed-capped peaks of Cerro Nevado and La Cadena Sampaio (Chile).
After having breakfast you will be taken to your hotel. In the afternoon there is an excursion to the Beagle Channel and Sea Wolf Island, the first remote tourist destination. During the afternoon, we will travel to El Calafate, where you will be welcomed and transferred to your hotel.
Departing from El Calafate, we will travel 80km by bus to the simply mind-blowing natural beauty of the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the last naturally-advancing glaciers in the world. Then we will take a boat across Lake Brazo Rico and appreciate the various faces of the famous glacier.
Optional Activity: Hike on top of the Moreno Glacier (not included) Hike up the fascinating landscape of this mass of ice to see streams of cold water flowing, small lagoons, and the most beautiful ice formations. The blinding turquoise color of the ice blocks will make your heartbeat quicken. A must for adventure lovers.
After breakfast, we will take a bus to Punta Bandera where we will take a boat trip across the "Ice Rivers", here we will appreciate the other various glaciers: Upsala, Onelli, Agassiz and Bolado. For lunch, you can take your own box or buy it in the restaurant at the Onelli Bay.
Transfer to the airport and return to Buenos Aires.
Hotel Cilene del Faro / Sent 3*
Single - USD 1600* | Double - USD 1100*
Hotel Albatros / Lagos de Calafate 4*
Single - USD 1970* | Double - USD 1400*
*All prices are per person.
You must book a morning flight from BA to USH on day 1, you must also book an afternoon flight from USH to FTE on day 2, and you finally have to book your return flight from FTE to BA on day 5. You must book 3 different flights!
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