The melodic beat of the tango pulses through Buenos Aires. The turquoise waters of the Valdes Peninsula brush against the shores of secluded beaches inhabited by elephant seals. Penguins burrow and nest on rugged coastlines. Glaciers glow brightly under the direct sunlight. Your natural wonders and beauty of Argentina tour is custom tailored to provide you with the comforts of modern luxury while experiencing the unparalleled splendor of Argentina. The powerful waters of Iguazu Falls create a...
Buenos Aires – The Beauty of Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires is a city that knows how to enchant locals and visitors alike. The culture of the locals, with their vigor for music and dedication to soccer, matches the bold European atmosphere. The aroma of freshly baked empanadas is as alluring as the streets lined with shops, each window display showing clothes, shoes, and leather goods. When you arrive at Ministro Pistarini International Airport, your private transfer is waiting. Soon you find yourself in the heart of the thriving city, surrounded by historic architecture and alluring culture. The pink hue of the presidential palace shines brightly, adorning the main square known as Plaza de Mayo.
The old colonial buildings date back to the 16th-century and have long watched over many of the city’s important events, including the push for independence in the 19th-century. After you settle into the luxuries of your hotel, your guide meets you for a private evening tour of the city. You stroll through San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. Narrow cobblestone streets and colonial buildings give way to art studios and stunning galleries. Locals linger in cafes, sipping Argentinian wines. You can hear the rhythmic sounds of the tango emanating from a hidden parlor. The beauty of the city lays in its movement.
Puerto Madryn – Visions of a Different Past
Puerto Madryn – Captivating Southern Shores
Ushuaia – The Edge of the Americas
Tierra del Fuego – Land of Fire
El Calafate – At the Edge of Glaciers
Glaciers National Park – The Colors of Ice
El Calafate – Glaciers to Waterfalls
Iguazu – Thunderous Falls
Iguazu – Waterfalls of Grandeur
- Delight in a cruise around the Valdes Peninsula in search of elephant seals and sea lions in their natural habitats
- Traverse the grounds of Glaciers National Park for a panoramic view of the exceptional Perito Moreno Glacier and the Southern Patagonian Ice Field
- Experience the power and beauty of Iguazu Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world
- Relish a train ride in the secluded southern tip of Argentina to learn about the unique past of Ushuaia
- Indulge in luxurious hotels providing modern comforts with unparalleled access to ancient splendor
- Enjoy charming villages that offer insight into the eclectic history of Patagonia, from Spanish explorers to Welsh settlers
- Discover the cultural and historic charms of Buenos Aires on a private guided tour introducing you to the treasured neighborhoods of the city
Argentina is a country known for its embracing charms. Glaciers and jungle wildlife captivate visitors; waterfalls create enchanting mists, and the southern tip of the country acts as the Gateway to Antarctica. Your 10-day tour takes in the natural and cultural beauty of the country, taking you on a luxurious adventure that spans the length of the landscape. When you arrive in Buenos Aires, your private transfer is there to greet you at the airport.
After you have a chance to settle into the remarkably diverse and world-renowned city, your private guide leads you from the hotel. Explore through Buenos Aires’s radiating neighborhoods for an introduction to the city’s vibrant past and present. Travel south to the town of Trelew, which was established by Welsh settlers. Some villages en route to Puerto Madryn continue to show their proud roots to their old country. In Puerto Madryn, you have a full day tour of the Peninsula Valdes, traversing the waters on a scenic cruise in search of elephant seals, sea lions, and penguins.
Ushuaia is the world’s southernmost city. The edge of the Andes Mountains border Ushuaia on one side and the Beagle Channel borders the city on the opposite side. After you settle in, your guide leads you on a remarkable exploration of Tierra del Fuego National Park, including a chance to ride the historic steam-powered train. Once in El Calafate, you will find an enchanting alpine village on the outskirts of Glaciers National Park.
Your guide leads you on a sensational tour, observing the flora and fauna of the national park, along with the stunning glacial surfaces; the walking circuit details the splendor of Glacier Perito Moreno. When you reach Puerto Iguazu, you find a jungle retreat near the banks of the Iguazu and Paraná Rivers. Inside Iguazu National Park, your guide takes you on a private tour along the walkways, providing panoramic views of the celebrated natural wonder. On your final morning in Argentina, your private transfer meets you at the hotel and escorts you to Cataratas del Iguazu International Airport for your flight home.
$3,245 per person (excluding international flights)
- In-country transportation
- Some or all activities and tours
- Expert trip planning
- 24x7 support during your trip
Your final trip cost will vary based on your selected accommodations, activities, meals, and other trip elements that you opt to include.
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