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Patagonia at your fingertips with Iguazú itinerary

Day 1:

CITY OF ORIGIN - BUENOS AIRES

Departure on a scheduled flight to Buenos Aires. Night on board.

Day 2:

BUENOS AIRES

Arrival at the international airport of Buenos Aires and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

Note: the rooms will be available from 3:00 p.m.

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Day 3:

BUENOS AIRES

Breakfast. Panoramic half-day tour, passing through the most emblematic places of Buenos Aires: the Obelisk and San Martín squares, Corrientes, May and 9 de Julio avenues, among others; neighborhoods with history like La Boca, San Telmo, sumptuous like Palermo and Recoleta and modern like Puerto Madero. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

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Day 4:

BUENOS AIRES – PUERTO MADRYN

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport to take a flight to Trelew (*). Arrival and transfer to your hotel in Puerto Madryn. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

(*) The client may choose to include this flight in the package or buy and reserve it on their own.

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Day 5:

PUERTO MADRYN - VALDÉS PENINSULA - PUERTO MADRYN

Breakfast. In the morning, departure on a full-day excursion to the Valdés Peninsula, visiting the colony of elephants and sea lions in Caleta Valdés and continuing to Puerto Pirámide, where you can sail to watch whales (optional, from July to November ). We will also visit the Puerto Pirámide sea lion farm, which houses a large colony of sea lions that arrive in January to complete their reproductive cycle. Return to Puerto Madryn. Accommodation.

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Day 6:

PUERTO MADRYN - USHUAIA

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport to take the flight to Ushuaia. Arrival and transfer to your hotel in Ushuaia. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

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Day 7:

USHUAIA

Breakfast. In the morning, departure on a half-day excursion to visit the Tierra del Fuego National Park, one of the most important protected areas in Argentina and the only National Park in the country that has a marine coast (Beagle Channel) bathing the forest. Inside the Park you can see the local flora made up of lengas, cherry trees, ñires and different species of shrubs and flowers that reach great heights and become truly beautiful during the winter. The fauna is represented by both native and foreign species, such as the red fox, the beaver, the rabbit and different species of birds. During the tour you will visit Ensenada Bay, Roca Lake and Lapataia Bay. After the visit, return to the hotel and rest of the day free. Accommodation.



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Day 8:

USHUAIA - EL CALAFATE

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport to leave for El Calafate. Arrival and transfer to your hotel in El Calafate. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

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Day 9:

EL CALAFATE - PERITO MORENO GLACIER - EL CALAFATE

Breakfast. In the morning, departure on a full-day excursion to visit the Perito Moreno Glacier, one of the most spectacular and famous glaciers in the world for being one of the few that continues to advance today. On its several-kilometer-long front we will observe constant calving of enormous blocks of ice onto the waters of Lake Argentino. Quite a spectacle that can be seen from strategically located catwalks. I'll go back to the hotel, then I have the rest of the day free. Accommodation.

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Day 10:

EL CALAFATE

Breakfast. Free day to enjoy the area or hire an optional excursion such as sailing on Lake Argentino or a visit to El Chaltén. Accommodation.



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Day 11:

THE CAULKER - IGUAZU

Breakfast and transfer to El Calafate airport.

Arrival and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.
(Note: the hotel room will be available from 3:00 p.m.)

Day 12:

IGUAZÚ – IGUAZÚ NATIONAL PARK (Argentine side) - IGUAZÚ

Breakfast. Departure on a full day excursion to visit the Argentine side of the Iguazú Falls, located within the Iguazú National Park. With an area of 67,000 hectares, the falls are made up of 275 waterfalls with an average height of 70 meters. In this part of the sub-tropical jungle it is possible to observe a variety of ferns, orchids, begonias, birds and butterflies. We head towards the Central Station where our option is to take a train service that takes us to the Cataratas Station and/or Garganta del Diablo Station. From this place, for the visit you can choose one of the following options:


  • Paseo Superior: 800-meter route of elevated walkways above the surface of the land in order not to hinder or scare away the passage of the fauna that inhabits the Jungle. Highlights: Dos Hermanas, Bosetti, Bernabé Méndez and M'Bigua waterfalls. Duration of the walk 1 hour. Difficulty range: low, without stairs.
  • Lower Promenade: 1,600-meter walk along a raised walkway above the ground surface. Highlights: Dos Hermanas waterfalls, Alvear Nuñez, San Martín, Bosetti, the Peñón de la Bella Vista (with a panoramic view of the Devil's Throat and the Lower Iguazú River Canyon). Duration of the walk 2 hours. Difficulty range: moderate, with stairs.
  • Devil's Throat: leaving from Cataratas Station, the train will take us to Garganta Station. The walk along the catwalks will be about 1,200 meters to delight us with the spectacular balcony of the most important waterfall in the National Park: the Garganta del Diablo. Duration of the walk 2 hours. Difficulty range: low, no stairs.

In the afternoon, return to the hotel. Accommodation.



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Day 13:

IGUAZU

Breakfast. Transfer to the airport.

Flight from Cataratas del Iguazú International Airport to your hometown.

Day 14:

HOMETOWN

Arrival in the city of origin and end of the trip.