Argentina & Brazil Adventure
From 22/05/2021 to 26/12/2022
Departure dates & prices
Dates Availability Price
May Sat 22 2021 to May Mon 31 2021AvailableFrom$4,215*
May Sat 29 2021 to Jun Mon 07 2021AvailableFrom$4,215*
Jun Sat 05 2021 to Jun Mon 14 2021AvailableFrom$4,215*
Jun Sat 19 2021 to Jun Mon 28 2021AvailableFrom$4,215*
Jul Sat 03 2021 to Jul Mon 12 2021AvailableFrom$4,055*
Jul Sat 17 2021 to Jul Mon 26 2021AvailableFrom$4,055*
Jul Sat 24 2021 to Aug Mon 02 2021AvailableFrom$4,055*
Aug Sat 07 2021 to Aug Mon 16 2021AvailableFrom$4,055*
Aug Sat 28 2021 to Sep Mon 06 2021AvailableFrom$4,055*
Sep Sat 04 2021 to Sep Mon 13 2021AvailableFrom$4,055*
Sep Sat 11 2021 to Sep Mon 20 2021AvailableFrom$4,055*
Sep Sat 18 2021 to Sep Mon 27 2021AvailableFrom$4,055*
Sep Sat 25 2021 to Oct Mon 04 2021AvailableFrom$4,215*
Oct Sat 09 2021 to Oct Mon 18 2021AvailableFrom$4,215*
Oct Sat 23 2021 to Nov Mon 01 2021AvailableFrom$4,215*
Nov Sat 06 2021 to Nov Mon 15 2021AvailableFrom$4,375*
Nov Sat 20 2021 to Nov Mon 29 2021AvailableFrom$4,375*
Dec Sat 11 2021 to Dec Mon 20 2021AvailableFrom$4,375*
Dec Sat 18 2021 to Dec Mon 27 2021AvailableFrom$4,375*
Jan Sat 08 2022 to Jan Mon 17 2022AvailableFrom$4,585*
Jan Sat 22 2022 to Jan Mon 31 2022AvailableFrom$4,585*
Feb Sat 05 2022 to Feb Mon 14 2022AvailableFrom$4,585*
Feb Sat 12 2022 to Feb Mon 21 2022AvailableFrom$4,585*
Discover Buenos Aires, Argentina's sultry and sensual capital.
Tour its best sights, then explore its many corners at your leisure, from the star-studded Recoleta cemetery to the tucked-away milongas (tango halls).
Explore the lush landscapes of the Ibera Wetlands in search of anacondas, otters, howler monkeys and a vast array of colourful birds.
With included visits to Iguazu Falls from both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides, you'll get the most out of this jaw-dropping natural wonder.
Finish in Rio de Janeiro, where you're free to stroll the sands of Copacabana, soar across town on the Sugarloaf Cable Car or delve into the city's pulsing nightlife.
Breakfasts Included: 9.
Lunches Included: 1.
Hotel (9 nights).
Plane,Local bus,Private vehicle.
Age: min 15.
Group Size: 1 - 12.
Buenos Aires - Leader-led orientation walk.
Ibera Wetlands - Day tour.
Iguazu Falls - Tour of the Brazilian side of the falls.
Iguazu Falls - Tour of the Argentinian side of the falls.
Iguazu Falls - Guarani community visit.
Rio de Janeiro - Corcovado, Christ the Redeemer & Farmer's Market Urban Adventure.
Day 1 - Buenos Aires Bienvenido! Welcome to Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires is the ultimate cosmopolitan city, with Latin passion, European elegance and its own distinctive style. Your adventure begins with an important welcome meeting at 6pm. Your leader will leave a note at the hotel reception telling you where this important meeting will take place. If you arrive early, why not visit San Telmo and its weekend antiques market and artists' displays – it's a great chance to acquaint yourself with some portenos (local residents). Alternatively, visit Recoleta (the grand cemetery) or perhaps Casa Rosada (the Pink House).
Day 2 - Buenos Aires Enjoy some breakfast, then embark on an orientation walk through this fantastic city. You'll be introduced to some of Buenos Aires' major sights – the likes of the Colon Theatre, the Obelisc and Plaza de Mayo. Along the way, learn a little more about Argentina's independence from Spain.
Day 3 - Ituizangó This mroning catch a short flight to Posadas, followed by a drive to Ituzaingo (approximately 1 hour). Ituizangó will serve as your base to explore the beautiful Ibera Wetlands region in the north of Argentina. Spanning more than 15,000 square kilometres, the Ibera wetlands are roughly the size of Belgium, which gives you an idea of how much there is to explore. The biodiversity in incredible, and the swamps, lakes and lagoons are home to such creatures as otters, alligators, deer, wolves and black howler monkeys, just to name a few. Keep a look out too for those oddly noble-looking creatures, the capybaras. These cousins of guinea pigs are the largest rodents in the world.
Day 4 - Ibera Wetlands/Ituizangó Take part on a full day (approximately 8-10 hour) walking tour and car safari with a guide, tasty lunch and plenty of snacks. You might see any number of obscure species – maybe caiman or swamp deer, perhaps even an armadillo, or a flock of rhea (which are like a South American equivalent of an emu). Anacondas, though particularly hard to spot at certain times of the year, are also known to inhabit these wetlands. Keep an eye to the sky, as you're bound to catch a glimpse of some of the 350 bird species here, from the sharp-tailed tyrant to the gorgeous and garish yellow robin.
Day 5 - Foz do Iguazu Enjoy some breakfast and prepare for a long travel day. From Ituizangó take a comfortable local bus to Puerto Iguazu (approximately 5 hours). As soon as you arrive at Puerto Iguazu bus station, you will take a minivan across the border into Brazil and continue to your hotel in Foz do Iguazu (approximately one hour, depending on traffic at the Argentina–Brazil border).
Day 6 - Foz do Iguacu Here at Iguazu, you'll visit the mighty waterfalls from both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides. At over 2 kilometres long, Iguazu Falls are actually a series of cataracts. There are over 270 falls in all, and with some reaching up to 80 metres in height, they are wider than Victoria Falls and higher than Niagara. Enjoy the magnificent panoramas on the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. Seeing the falls from this side has its perks, such as a view of San Martin Island which you don't quite get from the Argentinean side. You might like to take a helicopter ride over the falls while you're here. This optional excursion gives you spectacular views of the falls and the lush green parklands that surround it.
Day 7 - Iguazu Falls Today we go to the Argentinean side of the Falls where it’s possible to follow a series of boardwalks to get up close to the thundering waters – so close you can almost touch them. Later, visit a Guarani community for the rare opportunity to meet some of the region’s few remaining indigenous people.
Day 8 - Rio de Janeiro Travel by plane to Rio de Janeiro, the festive heart of Brazil. Settle into your hotel and then set out on an orientation walk with your leader. Rio is a fascinating and diverse city best known for its contrasting images of favelas (shanty towns) and the glitz and glamour of Carnaval. With free time, you can choose from many optional activities. Perhaps head to a football game, take a cable car ride between Praia Vermelha and the Sugarloaf Mountain for incredible views over town. For further options, chat to your leader.
Day 9 - Rio de Janeiro This morning you'll be picked up at your hotel first thing in the morning and head straight to Christ the Redeemer to beat the crowds. Soak up the early morning air and take some photos of this iconic statue before heading to a traditional local Farmer's Market. Your local leader will show you some of the best foods to try as well as providing plenty of interesting facts about the market traditions. Today you'll have a free afternoon, so may wish to return to the hotel with your leader to relax. Otherwise, a visit to Sugarloaf is a great way to spend the rest of the day.
Day 10 - Rio de Janeiro There are no activities planned for the final day and you are able to depart the accommodation at any time.
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