PANORAMIC NORTH OF ARGENTINA & IGUASSU FALLS 9N/10D

DAY 01: BUENOS AIRES/IGUASSU
Arrival to Ezeiza International Airport and transfer to Buenos Aires Domestic Airport.
Arrival at Iguassu and transfer to Hotel.
Iguassu Falls are located at the border with Brazil and Argentina The Iguazú Falls are the highlight of the Argentine/Brazilian rainforest. The falls are the widest and most imposing water falls on Earth. Their name in the native tongue, guaraní, means Big Waters and this is, undoubtedly, the perfect name for them. Overnight at Selected Hotel
DAY 02: IGUASSU
Breakfast at Hotel Excursion to Argentinean Falls Today you will enjoy a panoramic view of the Falls during a walking tour through the passages that connect the different observation points for a panoramic view of the falls framed by a myriad of rainbows. You will visit the Garganta del Diablo, meaning the ‘Devil’s Throat’. As a result of the many falls and the inevitable curtain of mist, there are often numerous rainbows. Walk along the Upper and Lower Catwalks that allow a close look at the falls and ride an open train departing from the Visitor Center to make the journey up to ‘Garganta Station’ to watch, after a 1,200 meter walk up to the Devil’s Throat balcony, one of the greatest shows on earth. Return by train to the Visitor Center.
Overnight at Selected Hotel
DAY 03: IGUASSU/SALTA
Breakfast at Hotel Transfer to Airport to board flight to Aeroparque connecting with flight to Salta. Arrival at Salta and Transfer to Hotel In Salta, nature constitutes an explosion of colors that multiply in hills and ravines. However, not only is it a city offering nature to enjoy, but it is also tinged with history; more history than most of the rest of Argentine cities. It was one of the first settlements to be founded, and the chosen home of affluent families related to Alto Perú. This is the reason its streets are a true treasure, crowded with colonial constructions, churches and monuments. Overnight at Selected Hotel
DAY 04: SALTA/HUMAHUACA
Breakfast and departure by Route Nr 34, to San Salvador de Jujuy City, following Tumbaya and Purmanarca, where we will observe The 7 Colour Hill. Further on, we will cross the Capricorn Topic and later Tilcara, where we will visit Pucará and the Archaeological Museum. Then we will pass Urquiza and see its old chapel with is gold-laminated altar, and finally arrive at Humahuaca. After a walk in the town we will get back to Jujuy for a tour around the city. We will go to Salta by a mountain switchback, going past La Cienaga and Campo Alegre Ditches, La Caldera and returning to the city. Overnight at Selected Hotel
DAY 05:SALTA/CAFAYATE/QUILMES/SALTA
After breakfast your guide will take you to Cafayate. Cafayate is a whitewashed town set in the middle of a wine-producing region. In Cafayate, you may tour the archaeological museum or the wine museum. Cafayate’s high altitude, rich soil, and humid climate offer the perfect conditions for the vineyards that surround the city. Lunch Included. The wineries in this region have won international awards for their Cabernet, Chardonnay, Malbec, and Torrontés wines. The last of these, Torrontés, has a bold, fruity taste, and it is perhaps the best-known wine from Cafayate.Wine Tasting Overnight at Selected Hotel
DAY 06:SALTA
Breakfast at Hotel The tour around the Histórical downtown of Salta is a must. It is possible to start with the visit to the 9 de Julio square, then walking by the arcades that surround it. To finish the 9 de Julio square area, it is impossible not to visit the Cathedral Basílica and, right opposite to it, the historical Northern Cabildo.After doing this an interesting option is to take Caseros street towards San Bernardo Hill. After a few blocks from the square youwill get to the impressive San Francisco Church. A few metres from there, the San Bernardo Convent shows its magnific carob gate built by the aborigins in 1762. Following Caseros street but in opposite direction (200 metres from 9 de Julio square) you will arrive to the Leguizamón and Arias Rengel residences, both of them converted into museums. Very close there is the former Hernández House, now turned into the Museum of the City.Another architectural jewel is the handcrafts market (2555 San Martín), the first one in the country. The entertainment and gastronomy centre of Salta Caseros is in Balcarce street, from the old Rail Station. More than thirty bars, “peñas”, restaurantes and cafés invites the visitors to enjoy the night of Salta. On weekends there is a fair of knittings, ceramics, basketwork and regional sweets. To put the cherry on the cake in the visit to Salta, the best thing is to do the ascension to the San Bernardo Hill, a privileged panoramic viewpoint in terms of the contemplation of the total extension of Valle de Lerma (Lerma Valley). Overnight at Selected Hotel
DAY 07: SALTA/BUENOS AIRES
Transfer to Salta Airport after breakfast. Arrival at Buenos Aires and transfer to Hotel Buenos Aires is a complex, energetic, and seductive port city, which stretches south-to-north along the Rio de la Plata; it has been the gateway to Argentina for centuries. Porteños, as the people of Buenos Aires are known, possess an elaborated and rich cultural identity. They value their European heritage highly, and the lifestyle and architecture are markedly more European than any other in South America. One of the world’s finest opera houses, the Colon Theater, flourishes here on the plains alongside the river. But the city has also spawned its own art forms, notably the tango, for which Buenos Aires is famous. Overnight at Selected Hotel
DAY 08: BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast at Hotel Topday acknowledge the elapsing of time in space discovering Outstanding Buenos Aires on a 3 hours City Tour.Architecture, museums, sculptures, history… Colonial, Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassic, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Modern, International… Buenos Aires is a city with style.Puerto Madero, Plaza de Mayo, Av. de Mayo, The National Congress Building, Avenida Corrientes ,The Obelisk, El Ateneo Bookstore, Floralis Generica, Recoleta Cultural Center, Nuestra Señora del Pilar Basilica, Cemetery of la Recoleta, Caminito Street, La Boca and more…much more… Overnight at Selected Hotel
DAY 09: BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast at Hotel Half day excursion to the northern districts, Tigre and Delta. (4 hours) 30 kmts away from the City of Buenos Aires, Tigre and its delta leads us deep into a natural scenery where the thickness of the shrub land is embraced by various channels of reddish waters. Our delta is the third in the world as regards size, following the famous Nile River Delta (in Africa) and the Amazonas River Delta (in the North of Latin America). Nevertheless, its 27 thousand square kilometres have been hardly exploited. Enjoy one hour boat ride on the Delta.

Evening dinner & tango show at Tango Porteño . Tango Porteñ0 recovers that spirit crystallized in a unique place. Magically it recreates the best and most transcendental time ever in the history of tango framed within a luxurious building of those days that used to be a movie theater of the Metro Goldwyn Meyer. The old and beloved Metro, just a few steps away from the Obelisk today becomes Tango Porteño, a place blending the most refined environment and pure golden days’ deco with great artists, unbeatable productions, and first class cuisine paying home to the represented time. It could not be otherwise because Tango Porteño is the image of Buenos Aires, the “City of Tango.” Overnight at Selected Hotel.
DAY 10: BUENOS AIRES
Breakfast at Hotel Transfer to International Airport.
END OF SERVICES

From USD750 per person in DBL
 SUGGESTED EXTENSION FROM SALTA: UYUNI SALT LAKE BOLIVIA

Contact us to check conditions & availability  info@m-rtours.com  or     +54 1149515968                     
“Communicating with the passion of artists”
www.m-rtours.com
We´re Social

 

Tango Show & Dinner at Magnificent Porteño Tango.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s