You can feel your heart beat with the thrill of venturing into centuries-old tunnels hidden beneath Buenos Aires. Your kids follow every quick and powerful step of the dancers when they perform the tango. The sounds of crashing water emanates from the mist when Iguazu Falls tumbles over the cliff. Your family friendly tour to Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls introduces the you to the passionate culture, vivacious traditions, and enchanting landscape that has made the country a popular destination...
Buenos Aires – A Familial Welcome
The beauty of Argentina can be summed up in the variety of Buenos Aires. Wide avenues grace the city center. The greenery of La Palermo speaks to the landscape and love of cowboy culture outside of the commercial capital of the country. Mansions and artist colonies spring up in the 47 barrios (neighborhoods), each one carrying the banner of a definitive characteristic that has defined the neighborhood. Fashionable boutiques fill the windows of Avenida Santa Fe.
Your Argentina travel begins when the family arrives at Ministro Pistarini International Airport and is met by a private transfer. Once inside the city, the grandeur of the past and vibrancy of the present come into focus. The aroma of chocolate and freshly baked alfajores (cookies) emanate from jovial cafes. The pearled, neoclassical façade of the Metropolitan Cathedral overlooks the Plaza de Mayo. The city has something to captivate the entire family, from tango dancers to painters, museums dedicated to writers to sports fanatics celebrating the triumphs of the Boca Juniors soccer team. When you arrive at your accommodation in the luxurious neighborhood of La Recoleta, the family settles into the quiet and opulent comforts.
Buenos Aires – Secrets and Charms of Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires – The Best Way to View the Capital
Buenos Aires – The Uruguayan Difference
Buenos Aires – A Cowboy Tradition
Iguazu – Falling on the Brazilian Side
Iguazu – Argentinian Spectacle
Iguazu – The Rush of It All
- Enjoy a private tour that takes the family into the secret passageways lingering underneath the oldest neighborhoods of the city
- Delight in the dazzling displays of tango dancers
- Traverse the walkways of Iguazu National Park for a fascinating view, and experience an up close and personal view of Iguazu Falls
- Revel in a visit to the charming antique town of San Antonio de Areco, known for its traditional cowboy culture
- Cross the Rio de la Plata to stroll along the streets of the colonial town of Colonia del Sacramento
- Relish time with your family, creating unforgettable memories with the backdrop of Argentina’s vibrant culture and historic streets
Legends of cowboys and pastoral barbecues blend with the elegant cobblestone streets lined with idyllic mansions on your 8-day family friendly tour to Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls. The beauty of colonial towns showcases the region’s history. The majesty of the landscape highlights the unparalleled natural character. When the family arrives at Ministro Pistarini International Airport, you are eager for the brilliance of the vacation to come. Your private transfer escorts you to your hotel in the charming neighborhood known for its opulent past.
The following day, your guide meets you at the hotel and leads you on a private tour introducing the family to the secret passageways dating back to the Spanish occupation, along with the vibrancy of the various neighborhoods around the city. In the morning, your guide greets you at the hotel once more, this time with bicycles for the family. Your day is filled with local character set by individual neighborhoods before a night taking in dinner with a stylized tango show. The next day, you venture across the Rio de la Plata to visit the colonial charms of the Uruguayan town of Colonia del Sacramento.
You also spend time with cowboys in the rustic town of San Antonio de Areco. Your private transfer meets you in the morning and takes the family to the airport for your flight north to the town of Iguacu. Your half-day tour begins at Iguacu National Park on the Brazilian side of the celebrated waterfall. In the morning after breakfast, your guide leads you through the vast set of walkways on the Argentinian side of Iguazu National Park to experience the totality of the rivers, falls, flora, and fauna of the protected landscape. On your final morning in Argentina, your private transfer meets the family at your hotel and escorts you to Ministro Pistarini International Airport for your flight home. Or, consider adding on to this trip and seeing more of Argentina. To read what other travelers enjoyed while in this beautiful country, read the reviews for Argentina travel.
$1,995 per person (excluding international flights)
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