Argentina holiday, Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls
Tailor made itinerary to suit departure, with in country assistance included.
International flights can be quoted.
Domestic flights not included (approx £150 per flight)
Description of Argentina holiday, Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls
This two-week tailor-made adventure through northern Argentina will see you trying out gaucho life on a rural ranch, sipping delicious and savouring glorious Andean vistas. Not to mention watching the water thunder over the spectacular Iguazu Falls and living like a, very cool, very cosmopolitan, local in sizzling Buenos Aires.
Combining a string of bite-sized adventures, this tailor-made tour can be tweaked, added to and rearranged to create your perfect Argentinian escape. Let a local Porteno show you around the city of tango, steak and non-stop nightlife, ride horseback with Argentine gauchos and marvel at the spectacular salt lakes and rainbow-coloured rocks that characterise the Andean altiplano around Salta.
A highlight of this tour is undoubtedly the mighty Igauzu Falls, which span the border of Argentina and Brazil. Here your options include visiting the falls from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides, spotting wildlife in the surrounding jungle or perhaps youíll choose to take a jet boat ride to the foot of the falls where you can feel the raw power of the largest waterfalls in South America.
This trip is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, in real, laid-back Argentine style.
4 Reviews of Argentina holiday, Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls
Reviewed on 11 Jan 2020 by Taniya JayawardenaThe most memorable part of the holiday was Patagonia Read full review
Reviewed on 31 Oct 2019 by Kate HarveyEvery minute of our action packed 3 weeks was just amazing and wonderful. Arriving at the peak of the Red Valley was breath-taking and then traversing along to Rainbow mountain was magical. Read full review
Reviewed on 02 Sep 2018 by Pratibha NirodiWe loved every minute. The self drive in Bonito and Pantanal was super exciting Itís good to be independent travellers for a bit. All local guides were very good and helpful. Read full review
Reviewed on 30 Apr 2018 by Gary WrightThe most memorable was the scenery, itinerary, and friendliness of the people. Read full review
PlanetHere in our central Brighton office we work together to recycle the majority of our waste; separating paper, plastic, glass, tins, cardboard and any food waste left over from the healthy lunch provided to our staff everyday. All our waste is recycled by the same company we buy our stationery from, creating a closed-loop. Our local suppler in Argentina share our values when it comes to recycling, also separating paper in their offices.
During this trip you will visit Cafayate where you will visit local vineyards on a low emission mode of transport, swapping your hire car for a bike and using your own power to fuel your day as you sip wine in the sunshine. Another low-emission mode of transport you will take is by horse during our gaucho trip in Salta. Here you will ride through tobacco plantations and learn from your local gaucho guide how the tobacco is cultivated in the countryside.
We encourage our customers to be responsible travellers in Argentina by including a document with their confirmation on topics to think about when they're away. This covers wildlife and fauna, how to prevent destruction through sensible buying of local artifacts made of rare wood or posing for photos with wildlife and interfering with it's nature habitat. Also included is a 'Keeping it Beautiful' section which reminds and encourages our customers to not litter, leaving rocks and plants where they are and trying to set a good example for other tourists and locals alike.
PeopleIn Argentina we give our customers the opportunity to donate to a local project in Buenos Aires who support low income families. They offer support with their basic needs, improving their health, offering education and the chance to better their quality of life. During your time in Buenos Aires you will take a half-day tour of the city with a local guide. He is well-equipped to tell you all about his favourite spots in the city from shopping districts to cafes, giving you an insider knowledge you don't get with other city tours. You can also talk about your interests and places you are interested in seeing so these can be combined in the tour.
We work with a local supplier who select their excursions, hotels and transport providers based on morality, honesty and how they can benefit local community. They employ local guides and drivers for their transfers and excursions, which not only benefits the communities and their income potential for their families, but also the added value for our customers to experience Argentina with someone who is passionate and knowledgeable of the area. This also extends to the accommodation we choose, prioritising small-scale locally run hotels. We also use family Estancias during our Gauchos trip where our customers stay on a working ranch which provides additional income to the family, but also allows their culture and way of life to be shared with visitors. After sharing a meal, your guide will play traditional folkloric Argentinean music on his guitar for you.