Day 1: Buenos Aires
Arrival in Buenos Aires. Transfer from the airport to the hotel. One night accommodation with breakfast. Free afternoon.
Day 2: Buenos Aires/ Puerto Iguazú
Transfer from the hotel to the airport to take the flight to Puerto Iguazú. Arrival and transfer to the hotel. Two night accommodation with breakfast.
Day 3: Puerto Iguazú
Excursion to the Argentinean Side of Iguazú Falls, visiting the incredible Iguazú Falls, declared World Heritage site by UNESCO.
Day 4: Puerto Iguazú/ Buenos Aires/ Salta
Excursion to the Brazilian Side of Iguazú Falls. Transfer from the hotel to the Airport to take the flight back to Buenos Aires. Connection with the flight to Salta. Arrival and transfer from the airport to the hotel. Three night accommodation with breakfast.
Day 5: Salta
Excursion to Quebrada de Humahuaca (Humahuaca Ravine), passing by San Salvador de Jujuy City, and then by Tumbaya, Purmamarca (Seven-Color Mountain) Maimara, Tilcara and Uquia until getting to Huamhuaca.
Day 6: Salta
Mini-safari to the clouds: Alternative excursion to Tren de las Nubes (Train to the Clouds), visiting the different ravines and the Puna, somo of the mythical sites in Northern Argentina, until getting to San Antonio de los Cobres.
Day 7: Salta/ Tucumán
Transfer to Tucuman with Excursion to Cafayate ¡, the most important village in the Calchaqui Valleys, renowned for the production of Torrontés white wine. Visiting Quebrada de las Conchas and different wineries until getting to Tucumán. Arrival and transfer to the hotel. Two night accommodation with breakfast.
Day 8: Tucumán
Excursion to Tafí del Valle, visiting La Angostura and Quilmes Aborigine Ruins.
Day 9: Tucumán/ Buenos Aires
Transfer from the hotel to the airport to take the flight back to Buenos Aires. Arrival and transfer to the hotel. Three night accommodation with breakfast.
Day 10: Buenos Aires
City Tour. Tour around Buenos Aires City visiting its major tourist attractions, including the Argentine Congress Building, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the Government House (“the Pink House”), Plaza de Mayo area, San Telmo tango neighborhood, La Boca -neighborhood that used to house Italian immigrants and, at the present time accommodates renowned artists-, Palermo residential neighborhood boasting parks and elegant constructions, the sophisticated Recoleta, and Puerto Madero, the youngest area in this city.
At night, dinner with Tango Show.
Day 11: Buenos Aires
Tour around El Delta, enjoying its major attractions and visiting San Isidro and several Riverside neighborhoods until Tigre. Lunch on site
Day 12: Buenos Aires
Transfer from the hotel to Ezeiza International Airport.