Welcome to Argentina
On arrival at Buenos Aires International Airport you will be met by our local representative and you will be transferred to the hotel.
In the afternoon your guide will show you the beautiful city of Buenos Aires. The highlights of the tours are visiting
Plaza de Mayo - San Telmo - La Boca - Retiro - Recoleta – Palermo. The tour is 3 hours long and visits the most important points of the spectacular city of Buenos Aires. At the first stop discover the history of May Square, the site of the most important historical events and their protagonists since its foundation: see its surroundings, the most emblematic buildings, and learn all about them. Then enjoy May Avenue and wonder in awe at the oldest residential neighborhood in Buenos Aires: San Telmo. Walk along its cobble-stoned streets and discover its antiques shops and picturesque buildings. Live and feel the original Tango in the neighborhood of La Boca: walk along Caminito Street and enjoy the dancers and souvenir shops. See the mythical Boca Juniors soccer stadium. Contemplate the modernization of the city whilst traveling along Madero Port and its exclusive docks, full of excellent restaurants and large offices. Pass through the Retiro neighborhood and move on to see Palermo and its most exclusive residential area before finally arriving at Recoleta. Once there, discover the final resting place of Eva Peron, "Evita" and wander through Recoleta Cemetery where she is to be found.
Buenos Aires is Argentina’s big, cosmopolitan capital city. Its center is the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th-century buildings including Casa Rosada, the iconic, balconied presidential palace. Other major attractions include Teatro Colón, a grand 1908 opera house with nearly 2,500 seats, and the modern MALBA museum, displaying Latin American art.
Overnight in Buenos Aires.
Breakfast at the hotel. The day is free to relax in your hotel or enjoy the surroundings in Buenos Aires.
In the evening an optional Dinner and Tango Show at Café de los Angelitos with Shared Transfers that you can booked through us. The duration of this tour will be approximately 4:30 hours
Breakfast at the hotel. Prepare for check out and driver will drop you to the airport for your onward flight. On arrival shared pick up transfer from Ushuaia Airport to hotel.
Ushuaia is a resort town in Argentina. It's located on the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, the southernmost tip of South America, nicknamed the “End of the World.” The windswept town, perched on a steep hill, is surrounded by the Martial Mountains and the Beagle Channel. It's the gateway to Antarctica cruises and tours to nearby Isla Yécapasela, known as “Penguin Island” for its penguin colonies.
Overnight in Ushuaia.
After breakfast, you will see the nature up close and personal with this shared national park tour. The service will be approximately 4:00 hours. The highlights of the tours will be National park-Ensenada-Roca Lake-Lapataia Lake.Only 12 km west from the southernmost city in the world, we find Tierra del Fuego National Park, the only one in Ushuaia. We will be able to appreciate the varied local flora, including different types of trees, bushes, and flowers, and fauna, including both native and introduced animals, such as Andean foxes, beavers, rabbits, and over 90 bird species. In this half-day tour, we will visit Ensenada, Roca Lake, and Lapataia Bay, and walk short distances around the lake, beaver dams, and the bay itself, very close to the Chilean border.
After the tour and OPTIONAL tour for the END OF THE WORLD TRAIN RIDE TICKET can be arrange. This will be around 45 minutes journey. From the End of the World Station —on the same concrete ramp that prisoners walked on over a century ago—, we will be joined by a bilingual guide who will explain in detail the story of the "train of the prisoners". Through Cañadón del Toro, we will cross Pipo river over the Puente Quemado (Burnt Bridge) to observe the re-enactment of a Yamaná Indian settlement, and the footprints left by prisoners on their daily routine of felling trees during almost 50 years of continuous work. The tour will finish at National Park Station.
After breakfast and prepare for check out. The driver will pick you up in the hotel and drop you to the airport for your onward flight to El Calafate. On arrival the driver will be waiting for you and drop you to your hotel.
Day is free, for you to explore the city at your own pace.
El Calafate is a town near the edge of the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in the Argentine province of Santa Cruz. It’s mainly known as the gateway to Los Glaciares National Park, home to the massive Perito Moreno Glacier, whose ever-shifting icy landscape is popular for hiking and sightseeing. A modern interpretive center called the Glaciarium serves as a primer on the region’s numerous glaciers.
Overnight in El Calafate.
Breakfast at the hotel. Experience one of the most beautiful glacier in the world the Perito Moreno glacier tour.
The Perito Moreno Glacier is a glacier located in the Los Glaciares National Park in southwest Santa Cruz Province, Argentina. It is one of the most important tourist attractions in the Argentinian Patagonia.The Perito Moreno Glacier rises majestically 80 km away from El Calafate. This is one of the largest and the only advancing glacier in the world, as well as the biggest attraction at Los Glaciares National Park, a 600,000-hectare protected area covered by an ice mantle.
We will start by penetrating the Patagonic Andean forest and make a first breathtaking stop at "Curva de losSuspiros" (Curve of Sighs), where we will enjoy the first view of this incredible natural wonder. When we approach the glacier, we will walk down the wooden catwalks to approach the Glacier and admire from different panoramic points this wonderful creation of Mother Nature. We will be able to contemplate very closely when varied-sized ice blocks loosen and fall into the water with a great thunder becoming beautiful ice floes in the deep waters of the Lago Argentino. This day will be an unforgettable experience, a once in a lifetime delight.
Breakfast at the hotel. Day at leisure and enjoy the scenery in the area or an optional of Cristina Ranch Classic tour with an English shared guide.
This tour will only be available from Oct to April and will be subject to weather and road conditions. The tour will be approximately 13:00 hours. The highlights of the tours are the Upsalla Glacier - Cristina Ranch - Museum
In an almost magical atmosphere, ice blocks floating adrift and impressive landscapes complete this unforgettable experience of full contact with Nature. Sailing out of Puerto Bandera, only 50 km away from El Calafate, a modern and comfortable ship will take us to see the best views of the occidental front of Upsala
glacier, the second largest glacier in South America, located in Los Glaciares National Park. We will then sail the Cristina Canal to disembark at the ranch bearing the same name. There, we will enjoy a relaxing walk until reaching the Caterina River. Surrounded by an unforgettable beauty, we will visit the old shearing house, now turned into a museum, the Chapel, and the heart of this old Patagonic ranch.
Cost per person AED 800.00
After breakfast, check out at the hotel and transfer to the airport for your onward flight to Iguazu. On arrival
transfer will be provided and the driver will drop you to the hotel.
The Iguazu Falls, Iguazú Falls, Iguassu Falls, or Iguaçu Falls are waterfalls of the Iguazu River on the border of the Argentine province of Misiones and the Brazilian state of Paraná. They are the largest waterfalls system in the world.
Overnight in Iguazu.
Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will experience and be mesmerize on this magnificent natural wonders of the Iguazu falls from the Argentinean side. This tours will approximately 6:00 hours on a shared service with guide.
The highlights of the tour will be waterfalls and the Iguazu national park.
Iguazú National Park —a total of 55,500 hectares— bears the name of the river serving as northern border, which means "great waters" in the guaraní language. Surrounded by a lush subtropical rainforest, we will find the majestic Iguazú Waterfalls. Its water volume and more than 275 falls places it among the most important and spectacular waterfalls in the world. On different footbridges, we will visit the heart of the waterfalls, appreciating them from different angles. We will visit the lower circuit, and feel part of nature, refreshing ourselves with waterfall drizzle. On the upper circuit, we will stop at different viewpoints, and then reach the balcony at Garganta del Diablo (Devil"s Throat). No doubt, this is the most amazing of all falls: water falls down from 80 meters.
After breakfast, prepare for check out and you will be transfer to Puerto Iguazu Airport for your onward flight to Buenos Aires. On arrival in Buenos Aires domestic terminal a driver will pick you up and drop you to the international airport for your onward flight.
AED 13,990/- per person, prices are based on twin sharing.
Duration: 10 Days / 9 Nights.
Destinations: Buenos Aires, Ushuaia & El Calafate.
The rates are subject to availability at the time of booking request. In the event, if there are rate changes due to increase in Govt taxes, or hotel charges a surcharge, or BAR rates (Best available rates), we reserve the right to amend the rates without notice. The exchange rate is subject to change. Please ensure that you have secured the relevant visa / entry permits & valid passport. The best source of visa information is the embassy of the country itself.
If you are interested in going ahead with this booking, we would require deposits or payments as follows either in the form of cash or cheque:
Please ensure that the names given to us for reservations match the names in your passport, as hotels, sightseeing tour companies are very particular about name changes. Mismatched names may result in heavy amendment penalties. We strongly recommend travel insurance as part of your package – we have excellent rates with the world’s best companies – please let us know if you wish us to add this to your package.
Economy class airfare from Dubai / Buenos Aires / Dubai.
Internal flight from Buenos Aires / Ushuaia / El Calafate / Iguazu / Buenos Aires.
2 nights accommodation in Buenos Aires, Ushuaia, & Iguazu based on double room occupancy.
3 nights accommodation in El Calafate based on double room occupancy.
Return airport transfers as mentioned in the itinerary.
Sightseeing tours as mentioned in the program. Entrance fees to national parks and natural reservoirs.
Complimentary travel insurance.
All airline and hotel taxes.
South America-is a continent located in the western hemisphere, mostly in the southern hemisphere, with a relatively small portion in the northern hemisphere. It may also be considered a subcontinent of the Americas, which is how it is viewed in the Spanish-speaking regions of the Americas. The reference to South America instead of other regions (like Latin America or the Southern Cone) has increased in the last decades due to changing geopolitical dynamics (in particular, the rise of Brazil).
It is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and on the north and east by the Atlantic Ocean; North America and the Caribbean Sea lie to the northwest. It includes twelve sovereign states (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela), a part of France (French Guiana), and a non-sovereign area (the Falkland Islands, a British Overseas Territory though this is disputed by Argentina). In addition to this, the ABC islands of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Trinidad and Tobago, and Panama may also be considered part of South America.
Argentina is one of the most popular places to visit in South America – whether you are backpacking the continent or just on a short, budget holiday. From the café culture of Buenos Aires to the natural beauty of the Iguazu Waterfalls and the Perito Moreno glacier to the vineyards of Mendoza, Argentina has something to offer all visiters. Some of the world’s most dramatic scenery can be found here in the Patagonian Stepp, the Andes, and the lush Lake District. Take your time exploring this wonderful country – the vast landscape takes time to get around and is worth all the distractions you’ll find along the way.
Trip Planning: The planning stage of your trip can be instrumental in its success and an enjoyable part of the experience itself. You have a world of options...and plenty to consider.
Entry and Exit formalities: Visitors must hold a passport valid for at least six months & beyond at the time of entering the country. Some nationalities can obtain visa on arrival and for nationalities who requires visa please refer to the Argentinian consulate or embassy website: https://eearb.cancilleria.gov.ar/en
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Things do & see:
Buenos Aires – Nicknamed the “Paris of South America,” Buenos Aires is an amazing city with a lot of class and culture. There is fantastic nightlife, food, and shopping! Everyone here loves to eat and drink and does so late into the night! You’ll hear music blasting throughout the city, everyone here dresses well, and it’s cafe culture will make you feel in Europe. This is a city to wine, dine, and relax in.
Train to the Clouds – Sure, it’s a train built for tourists and crazily overpriced, but taking this train through the clouds and lush forest is so breathtaking I don’t mind. This is a 400 kilometer, 16 hour round trip into the Andes from the town of Salta. As the train climbs to 4200 meters, you’ll be rewarded with spectacular mountain, forests, and valleys. Operation is seasonal, so be sure to check before you decide to go.
Iguazu Waterfalls – These falls are higher and twice as wide as the Niagara (which astounded me having seen both, I still can’t believe how much water comes out of Iguazu), so the area has been nicknamed “Niagara on Viagra”. With 450,000 cubic feet of water thundering down the 275 cascades every second, its pretty easy to see why! You can find several types of guided trips leaving from Buenos Aires online, or just go on the local bus yourself. It costs 60 ARS (4 USD) to enter the Iguazú National Park for foreigners. It’s 100000% one of the best things in Argentina to see!
Visit a winery – Argentina is one of the most famous wine-making regions in the world, and a trip to a winery is a must for fans of wine. If you’re a real wine connoisseur, the Wine Harvest Festival (“Fiesta de la Vendimia”) is held in February and March every year and has Tango, ethnic dance, and colorful parades. Mendoza is the most famous wine region in the country, and the best spot to check out for first timers. There are a lot of tours that will take you to a few wineries, talk about wine production, and give you free samples.
Mendoza – Mendoza is famous for its wine, steak, and beautiful landscape. You don’t come here for the city – you come for the mountains and wineries surrounding the region. I spent over a week here biking around wineries, hiking mountains, visiting canyons, and gorging on steak and wine. The city makes for a good base for lots of activities and if you love wine, come to this region and drink its famous Malbecs.
Cerro Aconcagua – At almost 7,000 meters tall, Cerro Aconcagua is not only the country’s highest mountain, but also the highest in the Western Hemisphere. This climb isn’t for the faint hearted and is probably only for those very experienced, as it’s estimated to take 2 weeks to reach the summit and acclimatize to the altitude!
Valle de la Luna – Translated as ‘valley of the moon’, this dramatic landscape dates back to the Triassic period. Winds and rain have carved the rocks into strange formations which gives this place the look of a lunar landscape. Despite the arid conditions, the area is great for wildlife spotting as it’s home to foxes, owls, armadillos, and condors.
Perito Moreno Glacier – Located within the expansive Los Glaciares National Park is the impressive Perito Moreno glacier. The glacier is almost 15,000 feet wide and 200 feet tall, and one of the coolest sights I’ve ever seen. You can hike on the glacier (it’s epic) or take up close boat ride.
San Rafael – Located a few hours from Mendoza, this tiny little town (don’t expect to do much after sunset or on a Sunday!) is a wonderful place to see wineries, go on a bike ride, or explore the nearby stunning Atuel Canyon.
Ushuaia – Ushuaia is the most southerly city in the world and the largest city in Tierra del Fuego. This is a very popular town for travelers coming to the end of their South American journey, or for those traveling to Antarctica (this is the launch point for all Antarctica cruises). The city is picturesque with its colorful clapboard houses and the Andes as the backdrop.
Learn to tango – Argentina is famous for the tango, and you’re bound to run into it everywhere you go with people practicing in the streets – literally! There are many studios that offer lessons if you want to learn and plenty of places to watch the natives dance away. If you find yourself smitten with a beautiful local, you don’t stand a chance if you don’t try their native step. Be bold and give it a shot-the tango is in their soul.
Whale watching – From June to December, whale watching season in Patagonia is at its peak as the whales make their way to the coast to mate. Whale watching is an expensive excursion, but well worth it during this migration time when you’re guaranteed to spot a few whales.
Quebrada de Humhuaca – A deep valley carved out by the Rio Grande, the Quebrada de Humahuaca is an area rich in ancient Incan history and culture. Exploring the colonial streets and architecture of Humahuaza, as well as the surrounding area, is an amazing adventure.
Cajon del Azul – Located in El Bolson, a “hippie” town near the Andes Mountains, The Blue Canyon boasts beautiful translucent turquoise waters that are flanked by rustic suspension bridges, alcoves and cliffs. It’s a little more deserted than other natural reserves in Argentina. If you go, this area is worth spending at least a few days in.
Salta – Salta is a little town with outstanding museums, plaza-side cafes, and live folk music tradition. It preserved a lot more colonial architecture than other cities so walking around it is like stepping back in time. It’s great stopover on your way from Buenos Aires to Mendoza.
Casa Rosada – Dominating the city’s Plaza de Mayo is Casa Rosada, arguably the city’s most notable landmark. The building has played a starring role in the country’s history, quite literally. It was where Madonna re-enacted Eva Perón’s addressing of the crowds of workers in Evita.
La Recoleta Cemetery – It might seem a bit morbid to visit a cemetery for pleasure, but Recoleta is one of the city’s most visited attractions. The cemetery is the final resting place of many of the city’s most notable citizens, including Eva Perón and the Paz family. Also worth seeing is the tomb of Rufina Cambaceres, who was tragically buried alive according to legends.
San Ignacio Miní – Located in San Iganacio, these mission ruins are the most complete in Argentina and have a lot of carved ornamentation still visible. These ruins are pretty amazing and look like something out of historic Europe! The visitor center has a lot of background information on the old mission, and the ruins have interactive panels.