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Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, & Mendoza


An amazing adventure of wine and waterfalls
7 days starting at $1,369/Person

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This little 7 day adventure takes you to explore the authentic highlights of Buenos Aires and the beauty of Iguazu Falls. Buenos Aires’ tango culture, romance and history will sweep you off your feet while Iguazu Falls will leave you speechless as you stare in bewilderment at the power and scale of this Natural World Wonder.

Our trip specialists and tour guides have dialed in all the secret stops that any local would approve of.

What you can expect in every tour:

  • Choose any date, all tours have daily departures
  • Hand picked guides specialized for every excursion
  • 7 regional offices with 24/7 in country support
  • Transfers with English guide to/from all airports
  • Local specialists who live and guide the destination
  • Personal dining recommendations for food lovers
  • Incredibly comfortable authentic accommodations

What you will experience in a day of travel


Buenos Aires

Iguazu Falls

Mendoza

7 Day Travel Itinerary

Our tours depart any day of the year, there are no fixed departure dates. It’s really simply, we’ve designed some of the best experiences that cover your “bucket list” must see stuff in each destination. You can trust in our 20 years of experience, that everything will run just like clockwork.

Day 1

Welcome to Buenos Aires

For most travelers, Buenos Aires is the entry point to Argentina… and what an entrance it is: this vibrant city feels almost European! Its cosmopolitan population of Italian, Spanish, French and many other nationalities, combined with stunning architecture, cultural activities and attractive neighborhoods with small shops, cafés and international restaurants, make the atmosphere relaxed and welcoming.

Upon arrival, our local representative will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel. After settling into your accommodation in the trendy neighborhood of Palermo, the rest of your afternoon and evening is free for you to spend at your leisure. We recommend exploring the area near your hotel where you’ll be able to soak up the atmosphere of this thrilling city stopping off at one of the nearby boutique cafés or lively wine bars. Having found somewhere for dinner and experienced one of South America’s top restaurant scenes, explore Buenos Aires’ nightlife at one of the local wine bars in Palermo, add an exclusive wine tasting to your itinerary or, take a leisurely stroll back to your hotel.

Tip: Porteños eat dinner late; usually restaurants will open their doors around 20:00.

Included: Private transfer from the airport to your hotel; Accommodation in Buenos Aires. (Meals – None).

Day 2

Tango & Highlights of Buenos Aires

Set off on a half-day walking tour with your own private guide, learning all about the history and culture of beautiful Buenos Aires. Your guide will be a real porteño (resident of the city), who knows every barrio like the back of his/her hand. Together, you’ll head off to explore some of city’s historical hotspots, as well as some of the favourite local hangouts of your guides. It’s a great mix of experiences thrown into one. Getting an inside glimpse of Buenos Aires, you’ll go far beyond the guidebooks and swerve the tourist crowds, allowing you to see a different side of the city. At times, you’ll take public transport to cover the larger distances, while most of the tour will be on foot. After a few hours with your personal guide, the tour will finish at one of his/her favourite restaurants, where you can grab a well-deserved bite to eat (lunch not included). It’s a brilliant way to get a peek into the real porteño way of life.

In the evening, you’ll experience the best of tango while enjoying the finest Argentine cuisine and fabulous Malbec wines during the show. The tango show is one of the most authentic in Buenos Aires and you’ll come to appreciate the passionate and intense nature of Argentina’s beloved and beautiful art form.

Included: Private walking city tour with guide and transport, Dinner & Tango Show with group transfers; Accommodation in Buenos Aires. (Meals – Breakfast, Dinner).

Day 3

Arrival in Mendoza’s wine country

Today at the arranged time, you will be taken to the airport for your flight to Mendoza!

After touching down at Mendoza’s Airport your private transfer will be waiting for you. Leaving the city of Mendoza behind you, you’ll begin your journey to your accommodation in the village of Chacras de Coria situated in the countryside on the outskirts of Mendoza. Along the way, you’ll be able to enjoy views of the snow-capped Andes and as your transfer takes you through the green fields of Mendoza’s Province, passing the rows upon rows of vineyards.

Depending on the time of your arrival and having settled into your cozy, countryside accommodation, the rest of the day is free for you to relax. If you’re looking for a relaxing first day in Mendoza, then take time to unwind at your hotel where you can enjoy its services, outdoor swimming pool and gardens. We recommend having a long lunch or dinner at one of Chacras de Coria’s excellent restaurants. This whole province is built around the enjoyment of wine, so be sure to have a good look at the wine list and discuss your bottle with your waiter; this is the place to let your inner sommelier run free! Alternatively take a taxi to the bustling city of Mendoza with its wide, leafy avenues and lively plazas. Interestingly, Mendoza is a desert town, so make sure to take with plenty of suncream as from November till March, temperatures can be high.

If you’re traveling in March you’ll have the added bonus of being in Mendoza during its Harvest Festival when the wine-centric city overflows with Malbec and Bonarda. Heading into the center of Mendoza have a leisurely stroll through the city, stop off in one of the many squares to read up on the grapes and vines of Mendoza and enjoy a leisurely lunch or dinner at one of the city’s many excellent restaurants. The city comes into its own at night when the bars, restaurants and cafes along Avenue Aristides fill up and is a great place to make a toast to the start of your wine experience in Mendoza.

Included: Private transfer to the airport, Private transfer to your hotel; Accommodation in Mendoza. (Meals – Breakfast).

Day 4

Touring the Mendoza vineyards

During this private winery tour, you’ll be accompanied by your very own wine expert and set off to learn all about Argentina’s famously fruity Malbecs. Over the course of 6 hours, you’ll visit two top-notch wineries nestled in the rolling vineyards of Lujan de Cuyo and the Maipu Valley. It’s a journey into the very heart of Mendoza’s winelands, soaked with sunshine and gorgeous scenery. You’ll get a peek into the traditional winemaking techniques used across these valleys, discover new favourites during an expert wine-tasting sessions and get to know your way around a grape or two. It’s a laid back, fascinating and fun trip that will leave you a little tipsy on life.

Included: Private Winery excursion with Guide and Transport, Entrance fees; Accommodation in Mendoza. (Meals – Breakfast, Lunch).

Day 5

Arrival to Iguazu Falls

Today at the arranged time, you will be taken to the airport for your flight to Iguazu!

Upon arriving to Iguazu, our local representative will be waiting for you to take you to your hotel.

Today your day is free to spend at leisure. If your accommodation is located on the outskirts of the town, you can relax and enjoy the facilities of your accommodation. Alternatively, you can take a taxi to the centre of town where you can walk down the main street of Puerto Iguazu, enjoying some of the local shops and cafes.

Included: Private transfer to the airport, Private transfer to your hotel; Accommodation in Iguazu. (Meals – Breakfast).

Day 6

Argentinean side of the falls

After breakfast this morning, you´ll begin your exclusive tour of the Argentinean side of Iguazu Falls. You’ll head towards the Iguazu National Park where you’ll climb aboard a small train at the entrance of the National Park and your first stop will be the ominously named Devil’s Throat (Garganta del Diablo) which standing at over 262ft. is the biggest waterfall of Iguazu. Having soaked up the enormity of the Devil’s Throat your guide will take you along the wooden walkways and trails of both the upper and lower circuit. With over 270 separate waterfalls and surrounded by the verdant jungle of Iguazu, exploring the Natural World Wonder of Iguazu is one of the most unforgettable moments.

You’ll notice that the various trails that take you through the jungle, above and around waterfalls are built a few feet above the jungle floor and waterways. These raised platforms not only protect the natural habitat of the jungle wildlife but they will also take you to secluded viewpoints offering unimaginable views across the whole National Park. If you’re looking for a bit of adventure while visiting Iguazu, we highly recommend booking the optional (not included) Great Adventure rafting tour that takes you right under the rainbows and mist of Iguazu’s waterfallsmake sure to pack a change of clothes or swimwear and a watertight bag for your valuables because you will get wet!

After a full day exploring Argentina’s side of Iguazu Falls, you’ll head back to the visitors’ center and from there your transfer will take you to your hotel in Iguazu where having settled in, the rest of your evening is free to spend at your leisure.

Included: Private excursion to the argentinean side of the falls with guide and transport, Entrance fees; Accommodation in Iguazu. (Meals – Breakfast).

7

Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls & Home

You’ll be picked up from your hotel in Puerto Iguazu and transferred to the Visitor Center in the National Park. On arriving to the Visitors center, you will board the panoramic buses to begin the tour of the park, before descending to the walking paths. From the first balcony you´ll encounter views of the Argentinean falls. Then after 950 meters with stunning views over the Iguazu River you will cross over to the Brazilian side. The walkway entering the river next to the Floriano fall will give you 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. After the excursion you will be transferred to the Airport for your flight to begin your journey back home.

Included: Private excursion to the brazilian side of the falls with guide and transport, Entrance fees, Private transfer to the airport. (Meals – Breakfast).

Hotels & Pricing

(price estimate for 2 people traveling together)

We have over 20 years experience building relationships with a short list of some of the best hotels and guides in Central & South America, from 7 regional offices in Latin America. Let us know your travel dates and destination preferences, and we’ll match you with YOUR PERFECT Latin America experience. 

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Option 1: Comfort
$1,369 /person
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Option 2: Superior
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Option 3: Luxury
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