Tour Trips Travel Argentina - Patagonia - Iguazu 18 days program Patagoni Buenos Aires Calafate and Bariloche Here are links to the main attractions of Argentina. Write us your interests and we will put together a program with guided tours, flight connections and lots of fun. email@example.com
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Day 1: BUENOS AIRES
Arrival at Ezeiza airport. Reception at destination, and transfer with guide assistance in private car to the selected hotel for check-in and accommodation.
Day 2: BUENOS AIRES "City Tour".
Breakfast at the Hotel, discover the beauty of Buenos Aires knowing its Civic Center, starting with the imposing National Congress and the Plaza de Mayo with the Government House (Casa Rosada), the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo. We will visit the Colon Theater. We will also go to the traditional neighborhood of San Telmo. Then we will stop in La Boca where the first Italian immigrants settled, famous for its picturesque and colorful architecture. We will continue on to Palermo, a residential neighborhood with several attractions such as Palermo Park, the Planetarium, etc. Finally we will visit La Recoleta, one of the most exclusive neighborhoods of the city. Free afternoon. Overnight in Buenos Aires.
Day 3: Buenos Aires - Ushuaia
Transfer to Buenos Aires airport to take the flight to Ushuaia. Free day.
Breakfast at the hotel. Excursion to Tierra del Fuego National Park. Distance: 20 Km. Approximate duration: 4 hours.
It is located only 11 km from the city. We will be able to appreciate within its limits lakes, lagoons and rivers, and its exit towards the Beagle Channel, a characteristic that differentiates it from the other national parks of our country. From the port, along Maipú Avenue towards the southwest on National Route No. 3, we will drive through the outskirts of the city until we reach the slopes of Mount Susana, witness of the work of the convicts of the old prison, where the station of the Fuegian Southern Railroad is located. Here we will stop for this optional tour. Then we continue along the Pipo River valley until the detour to enter Ensenada Bay, where we will be able to contemplate the Redonda and Estorbo Islands and on the other coast of the Beagle Channel the Nevados de la Cadena Sampaio Mountains (Chile). On the way back to route 3, along a narrow road that shows us the diverse species of our Fuegian flora, we will arrive at Roca Lake and we will take a walk bordering the lake and the Lapataia River, its natural drainage. From this point the landscape is dominated by the Cerro Condor, whose peak is the border with the Republic of Chile. We will go to the other end of the Park, where National Route 3 ends, in Lapataia Bay, where we will observe the Green Lagoon and the Black Lagoon, an imposing peat bog in formation. Finally we will go through the beaver dam, whose path will lead us to Lapataia Bay. Once finished, return to the hotel.
Day 5: Ushuaia - EL CALAFATE
Transfer by private car to the airport to take the flight to El Calafate. Reception at destination and transfer to the hotel in a shared van for check-in and accommodation.
Day 6: EL CALAFATE
Breakfast at the hotel. In the early hours of the morning we will start the tour TODO GLACIARES (regular service). Undoubtedly one of the unmissable visits in the destination. It starts heading west and after traveling 45 km (28 miles) you will arrive at Puerto de la Cruz in Punta Bandera. The catamaran is boarded and navigation begins, entering the North Arm of Lake Argentino to navigate between icebergs to the front of the Upsala Glacier, the largest in the National Park. Then we navigate the Spegazzini Channel to see the Seco and Spegazzini glaciers, which is the highest in the Park, and the South Heim. Continuing the navigation, you will arrive at the front of the north wall of the Moreno Glacier, to enjoy from there the immensity and majesty of the most recognized glacier in the world. After enough time to appreciate and even feel this beautiful spectacle, we return to Punta Bandera, then passengers board the buses that take them to the hotels in El Calafate. Lodging. Currently there is an iceberg barrier that prevents the approach to the front of the Upsala Glacier and access to Bahía Onelli, which results in the modification of the tour route. However, the continuous detachment of ice blocks from the Upsala Glacier makes it necessary to define the navigation route each day. The Onelli shelter will remain closed until further notice, so it is recommended to hire food for lunch.
Day 7: EL CALAFATE
Breakfast at the hotel. Very early in the morning we start the tour to the PERITO MORENO GLACIER (regular service), leaving from the hotel to the Park, after 40 Km (25 miles) we arrive at the entrance of the "Los Glaciares National Park". You will skirt the southern arm of Rico Lake and then you will arrive at the Perito Moreno Glacier with a surface of 195 Km2 (122 square miles), 6 km wide (3.5 miles) and 65 meters (213 feet) high above the lake level. This ice mass has permanent losses in its front where huge chunks of ice fall into the water causing a spectacle and a great view of the lake.
Day 8: EL CALAFATE - SAN CARLOS DE BARILOCHE.
Breakfast at the hotel. At the agreed time, transfer in shared van to El Calafate Airport to take the flight to San Carlos de Bariloche. Reception at destination and transfer to the hotel in shared van for check-in and accommodation.
Day 9: SAN CARLOS DE BARILOCHE
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning you will go on the TOUR CIRCUITO CHICO Y PUNTO PANORAMICO (regular service). The tour starts at Bustillo Avenue bordering Nahuel Huapi Lake, passing by Playa Bonita, appreciating Huemul Island and arriving at Cerro Campanario, where there is the possibility of ascending through a chairlift (at the passenger's expense). At the top there is a bar and a terrace to admire one of the most beautiful views of the place. Take Bustillo Av. again, and enter Península de San Pedro to access the Mirador, and you will arrive at Villa Llao Llao. Then it goes through Lago Escondido, over the Angostura stream bridge, to a new Panoramic Point at km. 40 from where you can see the majestic landscape offered by Lake Moreno and the Llao Llao Llao peninsula. From there we return to the city. Free afternoon and overnight.
Day 10: SAN CARLOS BARILOCHE - CERRO CATEDRAL - LAKE PUELO
Today we will spend the day in a tour of the sky center and in the afternoon at leisure. We suggest a navigation tour around the Nahuel Huapi Lake, highlighting the options of ISLA VICTORIA with ARRAYANES FOREST or PUERTO BLEST and LOS CANTAROS WATERFALL (to be paid by the passengers). Overnight.
Day 11: LAKE PUELO
In the morning after breakfast trekking to the Azul river waterfall and the viewpoint of Puelo Lake. In the afternoon a walk inside the Lago Puelo National Park. It is a magnificent blue-green water mirror, it extends from north to south and flows into the river of the same name.
Day 12: Puelo Lake. Los Alerces National Park
It is one of the most interesting tourist centers, since its beautiful natural landscape alternates virgin forests with lakes, waterfalls and rapids, mountain ranges and imposing glaciers. We return to Lago Puelo.
Day 13: Lago Puelo Barbecue
Today we will have a relaxing day at the foot of the Rio Azul for a barbecue cooked by an Argentinean from Patagonia.
Day 14: Lago Puelo - PUERTO IGUAZU
Breakfast at the hotel. At the agreed time, transfer to San Carlos de Bariloche airport to take the flight to Puerto Iguazú. Reception at destination and transfer to the hotel in a shared van for check-in and accommodation.
Day 15: PUERTO IGUAZU
Breakfast at the hotel. Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning, start the tour to CATARATAS LADO ARGENTINA (regular service), taking the National Route Nº 12, and traveling 18 km (11 miles), you will arrive to the Iguazu National Park, place of the Falls, created in 1934 to protect the Falls, and the exuberant Subtropical Forest that surrounds them, with its characteristic animal and plant species. This is one of the richest natural regions of Argentina: the Selva Misionera, which, outside the limits of the country, is called Selva Paranaense. The infrastructure built to receive tourists is in the so-called "Waterfalls Area" of the Park. In 2001, footbridges and trails were inaugurated to facilitate access to the most attractive points and reduce environmental degradation. The transport of people in the Park is done with a gas-powered train -whose environmental impact is minimal- and that is how the now popularly known "Ecological Little Train" was born. Visitors have access to the train at no additional cost. There are direct train schedules from the Central Station to Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat), in about 18 minutes. Then, walk along the footbridges for 1200 meters (0.75 mile) to delight them with the spectacular balcony of the most important waterfall of Cataratas, the Devil's Throat. There is time for lunch (at the passenger's expense), and to walk the lower and upper circuits. After the tours, return to the Visitor's Center, where you board the vehicle for transfer to the Hotel. Lodging.
Day 16: PUERTO IGUAZU - BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast at the hotel. In the afternoon, it is time for the tour to CATARATAS LADO BRASIL (regular service), one of the visits not to be missed. The Brazilian Park was created in 1939 and declared Natural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO in 1986. It covers an area of 185,000 hectares (7100 square miles) and is accessed from Avenida das Cataratas in Foz do Iguaçu. Upon arrival at the Visitor's Center, tourists have a shuttle service that will take them through the jungle to the area where the Falls can be seen. The vehicles allow you to enjoy the view dominated by the abundant subtropical vegetation. At the end of the route is the circuit of footbridges and the viewpoint from where it is possible to appreciate the imposing panoramic view of the San Martin Island and the Falls. This circuit is 1,200 meters (0.8 mile) long and has steps. There is an elevator here that allows views from different angles. The tour takes approximately 3 hours. Once the tour is over, you return to the city of Puerto Iguazú. In the afternoon, transfer in a shared van to Puerto Iguazú Airport to take the flight to Buenos Aires. Reception at destination and transfer to the hotel by private car for check-in and accommodation.
Day 17: BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast at the hotel. Free day for personal activities. Lodging.
Day 18: BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast at the Hotel. At agreed time, transfer by private car to Ezeiza International Airport to take the flight that will take passengers to their new destination.
-Transfers airport - hotel - airport
-4 nights accommodation in Buenos Aires
-City Tour in Buenos Aires
-Dinner Show Esquina Carlos Gardel
-2 nights accommodation in Iguazú
-Argentinean Falls with entrance tickets
-Brazilian Falls with tickets
-3 nights accommodation in Bariloche
-3 nights in Calafate
-Perito Moreno glacier excursion
-Excursion all glaciers
-Breakfast throughout the tour
-Bottle of wine per room in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires - Ushuaia. Ushuaia - Calafate. Calafate - Bariloche. Bariloche - Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires - Iguazu - Buenos Aires.
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