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Explore the birds & wildlife of Argentina on this holiday that visits the Rainforest of Iguazu and the Ibera Wetlands. View the mighty Iguazu Falls, before flying south to El Calafate to see the lakes & icefields of Patagonia & Los Glaciares National Park. Walk to the Perito Moreno Glacier & enjoy a boat ride to the Upsala Glacier. English speaking guides, all transfers & specified sightseeing included. HIGHLIGHTS • Buenos Aires • Rainforest Trails • Iguazu Falls • Ibera Wetlands • Bird Watching • El Calafate • Patagonia Icefields • Los Glaciares National Park • Perito Moreno Glacier • Upsala Glacier

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Day wise Itinerary

  • Day 1 : Arrival

    You will be met at Buenos Aires Airport and transferred to your hotel in this exciting city, situated on the estuary of the Río de la Plata - the 'River of Silver'.

    Check in and relax in this capital of Argentina, known for its wonderful architecture, tango dancing and rich culture, including the highest concentration of theatres in the world.

  • Day 2 : Buenos Aires

    After a morning at leisure, this afternoon enjoy a half day shared tour of Buenos Aires - a cosmopolitan city that has been influenced by the many immigrants who helped form it and offering beautiful architecture, history and culture.

    Our tour starts at the Plaza de Mayo, the historical, political and cultural centre of the city. Here you can see the Pink House (Presidential Palace), the Pyramid de Mayo and Metropolitan Cathedral. We continue down Avenida de Mayo, with its wide avenues and spacious green areas, past the Obelisk to the neighborhood of San Telmo, one of the oldest in the city with cobbled streets and colonial houses. Every Sunday an antiques fair takes place here around the Plaza Dorrego. The vibrant area is the centre for most of the tango parlors, restaurants and bars of the city.

    Going further south, we visit the Italian port neighborhood of La Boca, with its colourful houses in Caminito Street and many “cantinas” (small restaurants). Also the trendy modern neighborhood of Puerto Madero, where the old piers have been converted into upmarket offices, apartments and restaurants with views of the Rio de la Plata. We visit the residential neighborhood of Palermo with its elegant mansions surrounded by spacious parks, before arrivinge in glamorous Recoleta, where there is the option to visit the famous cemetery where Eva Peron is buried, with its rich architecture (pay locally). Next to the cemetery is the church of Our Lady of Pilar, the Recolete Cultural Centre (originally a convent) and the Palais de Glace exhibition centre.

    In the evening you will be collected for a Tango Show. Born in the brothels of the city amongst a racial mix of Gauchos, Italian, Spanish and African immigrants, this dance and its music originated as a combination of Cuban and Spanish rhythms, with some polka and African beat. Enjoy the show and dinner, including mouth-watering Argentinian beef and Malbec wine.

  • Day 3 : Iguazu

    Transfer to Aeroparque Airport for your onward flight.

    You will be met at Iguazu Airport and transferred to the lodge meeting point. From there travel 2-hours on a shared transfer to your jungle lodge situated deep in the pristine Iguazu Rainforest.

    Check into your private wildlife reserve in the green jungles of Misiones province, surrounded by the flora, fauna and bird life of the upper Iguazu River.

  • Day 4 : Iguazu

    Today is devoted to exploring the wildlife of the lush Iguazu Rainforest, upstream from the mighty Iguazu Falls.

    With over 10 miles of jungle trails, you can discover its natural treasures on foot accompanied by a local guide, or travel its waterways by boat and become aquainted with the native Guarani people.

    The fauna of the park includes yacare caiman, coati and several endangered species such as the jaguar, jaguarundi, South American tapir, anteater and ocelot (a wild cat). You can also see an abundance of vivid bird life including large toucans, tirica, black-fronted piping guan, harpy eagles and great dusky swifts. There is also a great diversity of butterflies.

  • Day 5 : Iguazu

    Today is devoted to exploring the wildlife of the lush Iguazu Rainforest, upstream from the mighty Iguazu Falls.

    With over 10 miles of jungle trails, you can discover its natural treasures on foot accompanied by a local guide, or travel its waterways by boat and become aquainted with the native Guarani people.

    The fauna of the park includes yacare caiman, coati and several endangered species such as the jaguar, jaguarundi, South American tapir, anteater and ocelot (a wild cat). You can also see an abundance of vivid bird life including large toucans, tirica, black-fronted piping guan, harpy eagles and great dusky swifts. There is also a great diversity of butterflies.

  • Day 6 : Iguaza Falls

    Today transfer 2-hours from your jungle lodge to the Iguaza Falls, one of the greatest waterfalls in the world and regarded as one of Latin America's most awe-inspiring sights.

    The mighty Iguazu Falls, whose name means 'Great Waters', straddles the border between Argentina and Brazil - although almost 80% of the falls are on the Argentinian side. It is situated in a huge tropical rainforest that has been declared a World Heritage site, with countless flora and fauna species.

  • Day 7 : Iguazu Falls

    Today enjoy a full day tour to explore both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of the incredible Iguazu Falls.

    Comprising approximately 275 separate cascades, the falls form a curtain of foaming water that crashes over a vast granite amphitheatre and into the jungle below. Resembling a reversed letter "J", most of the Iguazu River plunges down through an area known as The Devil’s Throat, with the rest spreading out over a wide shelf that splits into hundreds of different waterfalls.

    There are a series of walkways that lead above, below and behind the falls, with breath-taking views. You can hope to see monkeys, toucans, parakeets and other wildlife in the rainforest.

    We also cross over to the Brazilian side of the falls, for panoramic views of the nearly 2-mile (3 km) cliff edge. We take an elevator down to the base of the waterfalls and stop at different viewing points.

    The volume of water flowing over the falls varies greatly by season, depending on the rainfall. The heaviest rains are from December to February, when the flow of water is at its greatest, but many trails are closed then due to the rains. The shoulder seasons of March/April and August/September are generally regarded as the best time to visit, but the falls are a spectacular sight at any time of year.

  • Day 8 : Iberá Wetlands

    Today you will be collected from Iguazu and transferred 4-hours through beautiful countryside to Posadas - the gateway to the protected Iberá Wetlands.

    Along the way we stop at the San Ignacio Mini, the ruins of an old Jesuit mission founded in 1632 and now a World Heritage Site.

    We continue to Posada in the Ibera Wetlands, the second largest wetland in the world (after the Pantanal in neighbouring Brazil). It consists of over 5,800 square miles (15,000 sq.km) of freshwater marshes and lagoons, that stretch southwest from the city of Ituzaingó to the small town of Chavarría. It is one of the planet's greatest conservation areas and is home to an abundance of wildlife including alligators, marsh deer and hundreds of colourful bird species. Jaguar have been re-introduced, but sightings are rare.

  • Day 9 : Posada

    At leisure to explore the Ibera Wetlands from your lodge in Posada

    Activities vary by lodge but usually include a boat ride on the Parana River, guided nature and birding walks, horse riding, and kayaking through these amazing wetlands, with their giant palm trees. You can hope to see an amazing variety of colourful birdlife - as well as wetland deer, capybara, monkeys, alligators and an enormous diversity of fish.

    Note: Wear long trousers and long sleeve shirts to avoid insect bites. Also pack sunscreen, insect repellant, rain gear and rubber boots.

  • Day 10 : Posada

    At leisure to explore the Ibera Wetlands from your lodge in Posada

    Activities vary by lodge but usually include a boat ride on the Parana River, guided nature and birding walks, horse riding, and kayaking through these amazing wetlands, with their giant palm trees. You can hope to see an amazing variety of colourful birdlife - as well as wetland deer, capybara, monkeys, alligators and an enormous diversity of fish.

    Note: Wear long trousers and long sleeve shirts to avoid insect bites. Also pack sunscreen, insect repellant, rain gear and rubber boots.

  • Day 11 : Los Glaciares

    Transfer to Posadas Airport for your onward flight.

    You will be met at El Calafate Airport and transferred to your hotel in this small town, situated on Lake Argentino in Santa Cruz province and the gateway to Los Glaciares National Park.

    Check in and relax surrounded by the scenery of the spectacular Southern Pategonia Ice Field.

  • Day 12 : Los Glaciares

    Today enjoy an 8-hour shared excursion to Los Glaciares National Park, the second largest national park in Argentina covering an area of over 725,000 hectares and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    This is an area of exceptional natural beauty, with towering mountains and many glacial lakes. The giant ice cap in the Austral Andes that feeds these 47 glaciers is the largest outside Antarctica and Greenland.

    Over half the park is covered with enormous glaciers and you can walk along paths in front of the famous Perito Moreno Glacier to get closer views. With luck you may see it "calving", when huge chunks of ice break off the glacier and splash into the lake below.

    After lunch (own account), there is some free time to take an optional boat trip to view this spectacular glacier from the lake, before returning to your hotel in the late afternoon.

  • Day 13 : Estancia Cristina Discovery

    This morning depart (around 07.00) for your thrilling Estancia Cristina Discovery excursion.

    From Port de la Cruz, we sail up the northern arm of Lake Argentino to the western front of the Upsala Glacier. Here we admire the stunning scenery, before continuing up the Cristina channel to the estancia (ranch), with guided visit to the Costumbrista Museum (a former shearing shed). This involves an exciting 4x4 ride up steep gradients, with panoramic views.

    After an included lunch, we walk 30-minutes over glacial erosion to the Continental Ice Refuge to admire the eastern front of the Upsasla Glacier, Guillermo Lake, the Southern Patagonian Icefield and the Andes. We then sail back to Port de la Cruz, arriving at around 19.00.

  • Day 14 : Buenos

    Transfer to El Calafate Airport for your onward flight.

    You will be met at Aeroparque Airport in Buenos Aires and transferred to your hotel in this sophisticated capital city.

  • Day 15 : Departure

    Transfer to Buenos Aires Airport for your flight home.

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Price & Rates

No of pax Age Limit Price per pax (Rs)
Adult Above 12 years $ 4795 / Adult

* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.

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  • Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America

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Payment Terms & Methods :
* Some Advance Percentage of total booking amount
* Airfare/Transport fare to be paid full at one time in advance.

Cancellation & Refund Policy :
* Upon cancellation, refund will be made after deducting the Retention Amount.
* Retention Amount varies as per the number of days left before your package start date.

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