DAY 1 BUENOS AIRES
(Meal Plan: None)
Welcome to Buenos Aires, the ‘Paris of South America’. Upon arrival, you will be picked up from Ezeiza airport and privately escorted to your hotel to settle in.

DAY 2 BUENOS AIRES
(Meal Plan: Breakfast, Dinner)
Today you’ll enjoy an exciting sightseeing tour of this impressive city. In the early part of the 20th century, Argentina was one of the richest countries in the world. The grand public buildings of Buenos Aires reflect this opulent era. The so-called ‘Paris of South America’ combines the atmosphere of a former European town with the features of a Latin American capital. Our guide will pick out some of the city’s highlights such as Plaza de Mayo, Casa Rosada; Caminito and Recoleta with its cemetery to illustrate the history of Argentina. Moving on to San Telmo, the oldest district in the city, you will walk along ancient cobblestone streets, admiring old colonial houses, churches and famous antique shops and ateliers. You will confirm that no area in the city evokes the old Porteno spirit as the artists’ quarter of San Telmo.

Tonight take part in a can’t miss Buenos Aires tradition – a night out at the tango! Enjoy a three-course dinner  at ‘Café de los Angelitos’ – an intimate tango house complete with romantic Parisian architecture and a traditional dining hall. But ‘Angelitos’ also offers one of the best shows in town. Performers in top-notch costumes wow audiences with spectacular athletic leaps, high kicks and dramatic pirouettes backed by an eight-piece orchestra. This converted theater space is well set up and everyone gets a good view (white & red wine as well as still & sparkling water are included).

DAY 3 BUENOS AIRES – PUERTO IGUAZU – FOZ DE IGUAZU
(Meal Plan: Breakfast, Dinner)
Today, embark on a 3-hour flight to the Argentinian side of Iguazu: Puerto Iguazu. Once landed, you will be privately escorted to your hotel in the Brazilian side and enjoy the rest of your day off to meet the city.

DAY 4 FOZ DE IGUAZU
(Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch)
You head towards the Argentine side of Iguazu National Park for a day tour. The majority of the falls (approx. 80%) are on this side of the park covering an area 550 km². Enjoy a walk along the upper and lower trails. The lower circuit (1400m) has balconies with marvelous bottom-up views of the falls (the same falls that you see from above in the upper circuit). The superior circuit is about 650 m long with low degree of difficulty. This trail has six viewpoints with panoramic views of the falls. Between the two circuits, you will find the station to board the ecological train to reach the final station The Devil’s Throat. At this point, a bridge (2200 m roundtrip) leads out over the Iguazu River and small islands ending at the mighty Devil’s Throat. The Devil’s Throat is 150 m (490 ft) wide and the tallest of all the falls having a height of 82 m (270 ft). The bridge goes right out to the head of the falls, so be prepared for plenty of spray. Lunch is included today.

IMPORTANT: The upper circuit has a low degree of difficulty and ramps making it suitable for handicapped visitors. The lower circuit requires more physical effort due to its stairs. If you have any physical impairment, we recommend avoiding the last section of this circuit.

DAY 5 FOZ DE IGUAZU
(Meal Plan: Breakfast)
Half-day tour to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu National Park. You wander along the ‘Cataratas trail’ (distance 1.5 km/1 mile) and enjoy panoramic views of the falls, one of the more beautiful natural landmarks in all of South America. At the end of the trail a catwalk provides breathtaking views of the tallest waterfall, the ‘Devils’ Throat’. The tour ends at the top of the falls accessed through a panoramic elevator.

Experience the Iguazu Falls with a boat trip under the falls. Take a ride through the jungle in open jeep-towed vehicles, where orchids, bromeliads and butterflies can be seen. You then leave the vehicle behind and board the boat that takes you right up to the Three Musketeers Falls. Prepare to get wet (plastic bags are provided to protect your camera and belongings) and enjoy awe-inspiring views of rainbow arcs against a backdrop of the verdant rainforest as the roaring falls meet the river below.

IMPORTANT
Duration:  1 hour 45 minutes (boat tour lasts approx. 20 min).
The departures are offered every 10 minutes in boats with a capacity for 25 passengers.
Bring a change of clothes as you will get wet. Macuco provides lockers and changing rooms.
The Macuco Safari excursion is provided on SIC basis (shared with other travelers)
The remaining of your day will be at leisure.

DAY 6 FOZ DE IGUAZU – RIO DE JANEIRO
(Meal Plan: Breakfast)
Today, embark on a 3-hour flight to the capital of Samba: Rio de Janeiro. Once landed, you will be privately escorted to your hotel and enjoy the rest of your day off to meet the city.

DAY 7 RIO DE JANEIRO
(Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch)
Catch a first glimpse of the city today as you tour Rio’s best-known landmarks. The city is divided into a north zone and a south zone by the Serra da Carioca, steep mountains that are part of the Parque Nacional da Tijuca. These mountains descend to the edge of the city center, where both zones meet. Corcovado Christ statue on one of these mountain peaks, offers the best way to become familiar with the city’s geography – from there you have views of both zones. The statue Christ the Redeemer with its outstretched arms is after the Sugar Loaf the most famous sight of the city and a favorite motive on Rio’s postcards. After lunch (included) enjoy a sightseeing ride along Rios famous beaches Ipanema and Copacabana before taking a cable car to the top of the Sugar Loaf Mountain where you can get prime views from the city, Baia de Guanabara and the winding coastline. Lunch at a local churrascaria will be included.

DAY 8 RIO DE JANEIRO
(Meal Plan: Breakfast)
At proper time you will be picked up from your hotel in Rio de Janeiro and privately escorted to the airport for your next flight back home and connections.

TANGO, SAMBA & FALLS: ARGENTINA & BRAZIL

Tango, Samba & Nature, the perfect trifecta to describe Argentina & Brazil. Both destinations will be perfectly connected through the National Park of Iguazu, one of the most important and massive natural landmarks worldwide. 

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