PUERTO IGUAZU, IGUAZU FALLS, FOZ DO IGUAZU, REPRESA DE ITAIPU. BUENOS AIRES, PLAZA DE MAYO, LA BOCA, SAN TELMO, 9 DE JULIO AVENUE, THE OBELISK, PUERTO MADERO, LA RECOLETA, PALERMO FOREST.
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TOUR: BUENOS AIRES AND IGUAZU FALLS
Puerto Iguazu, Iguazu Falls, Foz do Iguazu, Represa de Itaipu. Buenos Aires, Plaza de Mayo, La Boca, San Telmo, 9 de Julio Avenue, the Obelisk, Puerto Madero, la Recoleta, Palermo Forest Tour
|| 7 days / 6 nights
||From US$ 917
|Places to be visited
||Puerto Iguazu, Iguazu Falls, Foz do Iguazu, Represa de Itaipu. Buenos Aires, Plaza de Mayo, La Boca, San Telmo, 9 de Julio Avenue, the Obelisk, Puerto Madero, la Recoleta, Palermo Forest.
DAY 01: Buenos AiresEnd of our services.
Arrival at Ezeiza International Airport, reception and transfer to the hotel in Buenos Aires. This service will be provided using a deluxe car, accompanied by a tourist guide. According to arrival time: rest of the day free. Overnight.
DAY 02: Buenos Aires - City Tour
In the morning, after breakfast, we will do a private service city tour visiting the most important spots in Buenos Aires city: Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, La Boca, Caminito, Puerto Madero, Plaza San Martín, Recoleta cemetery, Pilar Church and the Palermo Parks.
Lunch in the Spettus Restaurant in Puerto Madero. In the afternoon, free time to enjoy some of the optional tours of the city At night we will get ready to enjoy an excellent Tango Show VIP - Dinner in a typical night club in Buenos Aires with transfers included. Overnight.
DAY 03: Buenos Aires
To know the Gaucho is to know the argentinian local past. After breakfast, we will visit a beautiful “Estancia”. In its streets we will find the magic and mixture of history, countrylife, gauchos and the calm of a hospitable and quiet town where we will taste the traditional “asado” (barbecue), and will enjoy the gaucho’s activities, dances, games and skills. At the end of the tour we will taste “pastelitos” (traditional argentinian sweet pie).
A place to learn and enjoy yourself. Return to the hotel and overnight.
DAY 04: Buenos Aires
Breakfast in the hotel. Transfer to the airport. Arrival at the Puerto Iguazu airport, reception and transfer to the hotel of choice. According to arrival time, the rest of the day free. Overnight.
DAY 05: Iguazu Falls
In the morning, after breakfast, we start on our excursion to the wonderful Iguazu Falls on the Argentine Side, where we will explore the many walkways of Iguazu National Park.
DAY 06: Iguazu Falls
After breakfast, we will start our excursion to visit the Iguazu Falls from the Brazilian side. Immediately afterwards, we will take a city tour through Foz do Iguazu and visiting the gigantic Itaipú Dam. Overnight.
DAY 07: Iguazu Falls
Breakfast in the hotel. At the appropriate time airport transfer to take the return flight.
Price per person in US dollars
Referential Prices 2008
|SERVICES ON REGULAR BASIS
English or spanish-speaking local guides
| Double room
| Triple room
|SERVICES ON PRIVATE BASIS
English, spanish, french or italian speaking local guides
| Double room
| Triple room
Referential Prices Only. May be modified without previous notice depending on US Dollar exchange rate with local currency.
Note 1: All the rates are referential and subject to change without previous advise.
Please check with us.
Note 2: Above rates are subject to change without notice eg. Holy Week, Labour Day, Christmas, New Years, etc.
Note 3: Similar hotels will be used at all categories depending on each destination's disponibility, informing the facilities and characteristics of the selected lodging.
Airfares not included
|Hotel Options for the Tour (or Equivalent)|
||Dazzler Tritone 3*
||Posada La Sorgente 3*
- Airport/Hotel/Airport transfers in tourist vehicle
- 6 Nights' lodging in the hotel of choice or similar category including breakfast
- City tour with Spanish or English guide
- Lunch in Suipacha restaurant, beverages not included
- Tango Show - Dinner with transport and beverages included
- Complete day to Argentine Side of Falls
- Half-day tour to Brazilian Side of Falls, plus City Tour of Foz do Iguazu, Itaipu Dam
- Maps, brochures and personalized assistance
- International or domestic flights
- Airport and/or port taxes
- Excess baggage
- Local or international phone calls
- Personal expenses, food and extras not mentioned
Iguazu features mild temperatures (averaging 15º Celsius in winter and 30º C in summer), and the Park has a very humid climate (average humidity 80%).
WHAT TO PACK
To better enjoy your stay in Iguazu, you should take along light and comfortable clothes and good b shoes (jungle tracks usually are muddy). You have to be careful about slipping in many places along the way. It is a good idea not to forget your UV protected sunglasses, sunscreen (minimum factor 30) for your face and lips and a visor cap. Take along a sweater or sweatshirt for the cooler nights.
If you wish to do the tour by boat, you have to take along a spare set of clothing since you will get wet despite any waterproof wear you have on. For jungle tracks take along mosquito repellent.
There are no endemic diseases in this area, so no special vaccines are required for entry.
Argentina is free of foot and mouth disease, so beef can be safely eaten.
Argentina has an important network of hospitals, clinics and sanitary posts throughout its territory, most with emergency services. The hospitals in the main cities can deal with high-complexity cases, while treatment is basic in nature in the remote villages.
All the Argentine cities that figure on your itinerary have drinking water treatment plants. However, to avoid any kind of problem, we recommend you drink bottled water, especially when visiting remote attractions.
Argentina's cuisine is highly varied, and its typical dishes are: Beef barbecue,
ensaimada, carbonada, locro, regional empanadas (a kind of meat pie or pasty), tamales, sopa paraguaya, etc. Pancitos de cuajada (junket rolls) are typical of Misiones, and we should not forget the most traditional beverage, "mate", that may be sampled wherever you go, and especially on visits to our many estancias (ranches) with tourist services. In this case in point, Misiones is the homeland to "mate", locally grown tea and tropical fruit. It also shares some predilections with neighboring countries, for example mandioca, feijao preto, chipa (mini-cheese rolls) and dulce de mamon (a sweet preserve).
Restaurants during your trip:
In Iguazu Falls: International, vegetarian and local food restaurants.
Restaurants in Iguazu Falls
We reserve the right to make changes to the order of the trip, without prior notice, due to changes in climate conditions, river water levels, flight or bus arrival and departure times or any other reason relevant to the best development of the trip.
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