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BUENOS AIRES, IGUAZU, MENDOZA & BARILOCHE – 12 Days

Enjoy the incredible view of Iguazu Falls

Journey through the wine country

Explore beautiful Bariloche

FROM 2085 USD 12 Days / 11 Nights
Highlights

Tango in Buenos Aires
Bariloche Tours to see Stunning Lakes
Travel to Iguazu Falls
Mendoza Wine Tours

BUENOS AIRES, IGUAZU, MENDOZA & BARILOCHE – 12 Days

Visit some of Argentina's most famous National Parks & cities

Visit Argentina’s most seductive cities -Buenos Aires, Mendoza and Bariloche-, along with its most popular national parks -Iguazu Falls, Mount Aconcagua and Nahuel Huapi. This trip also features Mendoza wineries and a cruise to Nahuel Huapi from Bariloche.

Day 1 – Enjoy your Argentina Vacations in Buenos Aires

Welcome to Buenos Aires! Upon arrival to the city, you will be met at the airport by our driver and transferred to your hotel. 

The capital of Argentina, also known as the Paris of South America, Buenos Aires proudly embraces this title with a rich heritage and different cultures. Explore buildings reminiscent of traditional European architecture, walk down the cobbled streets lined with rustic outdoor cafes, visit the local antiques and artisan markets that offer plenty of bargain shopping and taste the mouthwatering barbecue prepared with prized Argentine beef let to sizzle on an open parrilla. 

Buenos Aires is also home to some excellent local designers and you will certainly find the perfect leather jacket, long leather boots and handbags for all occasions. Above all, Buenos Aires is known as the home of tango. Be sure to enjoy a traditional tango show accompanied by dinner and explore the colorful San Telmo and Recoleta neighborhoods.

  

You will have the rest of the day to enjoy this vibrant city, leaving you the remainder of the day to explore the historic neighborhoods and enjoy the cafe culture of Buenos Aires.

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Day 2 – Buenos Aires City Tour & Tango Show

You will be picked up from your hotel In the morning for the city tour. Over the course of a half-day tour, you will have the chance to visit San Telmo, the historical and political centre of the city known for La Boca, a historic neighbourhood with a strong European flavour. This is the part of the city where Buenos Aires turns colourful and tango is ever present. Also take a trip to the aristocratic neighbourhood of Recoleta, where the big palaces remind us that Buenos Aires was once the Paris of the South.

Duration: 4-5 hours.

In the evening, you will be picked up from your hotel to be driven to one of Buenos Aires’ most emblematic cultural highlights: a dinner and tango show offering the spectacular demonstration of the finest local dancing accompanied by delicious Argentine cuisine and all the malbec you like. At the end of the evening you will be driven back to your hotel.

 

Total duration: (dinner +show) 4 hours.

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Day 3 – Iguazu Falls from Buenos Aires

At appropriate time you will have a private transfer to the domestic airport to take your flight to Puerto Iguazu. The little and relaxing town is the gate to visit the impressive Iguazu Falls (recently declared one of the New Seven Natural Wonders!), a must see destination for any traveler visiting Argentina.

 

Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport and provided a private transfer to enjoy a half day excursion to the Brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls, where you will enjoy vast panoramic views of the Falls allowing you to take them in their entirety.

 

Iguazú Eco Fee: it’s a mandatory tax that you have to pay once you get to your hotel in Iguazú. It’s about 5 usd per guest, per night, and it varies according to your hotel category. Only cash is accepted.

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Day 4 – Iguazu Falls Tours: Argentine Side

Start your day with a trip to the Argentine side of Iguazu National Park after breakfast and enjoy spectacular views of this natural wonder. An experienced tour guide will show you the hidden gems of the national park and will take you off the beaten path to show you the best views of the falls.

 

Hike the lower and upper walkways to enjoy the falls from different viewpoints. There are numerous trails throughout the 210-square-mile reserve that provide visitors with different walking experiences and sceneries. Take a trip to the Devil’s Throat and get onboard the Ecological Train, which is included in the tour. Return to the hotel in the late afternoon.

 

This day will be a real adventure, full of thrills and spills, and is an absolute must for the adventurer at heart.

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Day 5 – From Iguazu Falls to the land of Argentina Malbec: Mendoza

At appropriate time, you will be taken to the domestic airport to take your flight to Mendoza (private service).

 

Welcome to Mendoza! Argentina’s main wine region and heartland of Malbec grape, it has also impressive mountains (like Aconcagua, climbers world known summit), outdoor sports (adventurous rafting) and breathtaking landscapes.

 

Upon arrival, you will be taken to your hotel.

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Day 6 – Mendoza Wine Tours

In the morning you will be picked up from your hotel for a half day tour to the Mendoza Wine Country. The tour is in a small group and with a bilingual guide (semi-private service). You will visit two of the best wineries in the area, where you will learn about their philosophy, the wine making process, and you will have the chance to taste some delicious locally produced Cabernet and Malbec.

 

Far from the big buses that visit the most popular wineries, this semi private tour is specially designed to visit some of the best vineyards accompanied by our local wine expert.

 

Return to the hotel in the afternoon.

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Day 7 – Mendoza Tours to Aconcagua - High Mountain Tour

After breakfast, you will have a full day tour in semi-private service to the nearby Andes Mountains, where you will be able to enjoy the most impressive panoramic views of Mount Aconcagua, the highest peak in the Americas.

 

As a private excursion, this offers you greater flexibility regarding the time of the tour, allowing you to make the most of the sights and routes. In addition, you will have a guide at your disposal throughout the entire tour that will provide you with all the necessary information, making this a much more personalized tour.

 

Starting along the Mendoza River, you will be amazed by the view of the majestic mountain range, the Cordon del Plata, as well as the Potrerillos Dam, a colossal work for hydraulic power generation, and the beautiful valley of Cacheuta.

 

Our next visit is Uspallata, a pre-Hispanic settlement of aboriginal people called the “Huarpes” and the most southern point of the Inca Empire at the height of its power.

 

We also pass by the villages of Picheuta, Polvareda and Punta de Vacas, as well as the access point to a Mendoza ski resort called “Los Penitentes” which is open from June to August. Further ahead is Puente del Inca, where the Las Cuevas River has carved into the mountain over the years and formed a natural bridge with hot springs. You will also be able to appreciate the magnificence of Mount Aconcagua, the “Giant of America” that measures 6959 meters in height.

 

Following the international route to reach our ultimate destination there is a Customs Office called “Horcones”, and a few kilometers ahead, on the border with Chile, there is Las Cuevas village located at 3.200 meters above sea level.

 

In summer season you can make a nice hike to Quebrada del Durazno at the base of Aconcagua, passing through Horcones Lagoon.

 

Return to the hotel in the afternoon. This excursion includes a box lunch.

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Day 8 – From Mendoza, travel to Patagonia: Bariloche

At appropriate time, you will be picked up at your hotel and driven to the domestic airport for your flight to Bariloche. If the sky is clear, on landing you will get to see the contrast of blue Nahuel Huapi Lake, white peaks of the Andes and the green of the forest.

 

Upon arrival you will be transferred to your hotel (shared service) and have the afternoon at leisure.

 

You can explore the Swiss-like town plaza, try some of the delicious locally made chocolates or walk by the lake on you own to start feeling the magnificence of the Lake District.

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Day 9 – Bariloche Tours: History and Nature

Today you will start enjoying the highlights of the Lake District. In the morning you will be picked up from your hotel (semi-private service) to go along the highlights circuit of San Carlos de Bariloche.

 

This excursion goes along the most classic circuit of San Carlos de Bariloche in an active and funny way. While visiting the most important viewpoints of the area like Campanario Hill and Llao Llao Hotel, the guide will explain how this little mountain village evolved to become one of the most attractive touristic cities in Patagonia. You will appreciate the beauty of lakes Moreno and Nahuel Huapi and the mountains Lopez and Capilla. Then, you will do a nature oriented walk through the impressive native forest on the Llao Llao Nature Park.

 

After the excursion, return to the hotel.

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Day 10 – Bariloche Tours: Blest port & Cantaros waterfall

 

Setting out by boat from Puerto Pañuelo (Pañuelo Port,) on the Llao Llao peninsula, and after one hour of sailing, you’ll arrive at Centinela Island, resting place of Perito Francisco Pascasio Moreno, father of National Parks in Argentina.

 

You’ll visit Cascada de los Cántaros (Cántaros Waterfall.) and take a walk through the lush vegetation of the Valdivian rainforest, arriving at Lago Cántaros (Cántaros Lake,) the mouth of the waterfall, where you can witness the overwhelming sight of a 1,500-year-old larch tree.

 

A short 5 minute sail later, you will finally arrive at Puerto Blest, a place that has amazed travelers from all over the world.

 

From there, you’ll be able to tour the bay and the shores of Lago Frías and its peculiar green waters, which originate at one of the glaciers on Cerro Tronador, the natural border between Argentina and Chile.

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Day 11 – From Bariloche to Buenos Aires

Upon arrival in Buenos Aires you will be taken to your hotel (private service).

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Day 12 – Buenos Aires & the end of the Argentina Adventure

At the appropriate time you will have a private transfer to the international airport for your flight back home.

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Included

– Destination host local support
– Buenos Aires Tour
– Tango Show
– Tour of Iguazu Falls (Argentine side)
– Tour of Iguazu Falls (Brazilian side)
– Mendoza wine tour
– Mendoza High Mountain Tour
– Bariloche Tour with lunch
– Lake Nahuel Huapi Bariloche cruise with lunch
– All Transfers mentioned, including to and from airports
– 3 nights in Buenos Aires, 2 in Iguazu, 3 in Mendoza, 3 in Bariloche
– Daily breakfast and meals mentioned in the itinerary
– Bilingual local guides (English / Spanish)

Not Included

– International or Domestic Flights or Buses
National Park Entrance fees

– Bariloche Eco Fee: can only be payed in cash at hotel. Goes from 2 to 4 USD per guest per night and it varies depending on hotel category

– Iguazú Eco Fee

– The boarding tax is not included on day 10
– Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quotation please follow this link: World Nomads

– Iguazú Eco Fee

Accommodation & Prices

BUENOS AIRES, IGUAZU, MENDOZA & BARILOCHE – 12 Days


INN/ B&B

USD 2085

COMFORT

USD 2315

SUPERIOR

USD 2530

*Prices in US Dollars.
*Valid until April 2020 (Not valid in Christmas, New Year and Carnival).

*Prices are per person, based on 2 people in double occupancy. Single rates are available on request. Flights are not included in the price, but can be arranged on request.

*Please note that this tour is also available in Luxury Category. Ask your Travel Advisor for the details and quotation on this category.



Flights needed for this itinerary

Buenos Aires ­– Iguazu– Mendoza – Bariloche– Buenos Aires

Flights in South America cost approximately $150 to $300 USD per segment (destination).
We offer special rates on flights for this tailor-made itinerary.

Included

– Destination host local support
– Buenos Aires Tour
– Tango Show
– Tour of Iguazu Falls (Argentine side)
– Tour of Iguazu Falls (Brazilian side)
– Mendoza wine tour
– Mendoza High Mountain Tour
– Bariloche Tour with lunch
– Lake Nahuel Huapi Bariloche cruise with lunch
– All Transfers mentioned, including to and from airports
– 3 nights in Buenos Aires, 2 in Iguazu, 3 in Mendoza, 3 in Bariloche
– Daily breakfast and meals mentioned in the itinerary
– Bilingual local guides (English / Spanish)

Not Included

– International or Domestic Flights or Buses
National Park Entrance fees

– Bariloche Eco Fee: can only be payed in cash at hotel. Goes from 2 to 4 USD per guest per night and it varies depending on hotel category

– Iguazú Eco Fee

– The boarding tax is not included on day 10
– Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quotation please follow this link: World Nomads

– Iguazú Eco Fee

Trip Reviews

BUENOS AIRES, IGUAZU, MENDOZA & BARILOCHE – 12 Days

Katherine Wingfield Barry

Katherine Wingfield Barry

(5 / 5)

All of the excursions were fantastic

We used Say Hueque for a trip way back in 2011 and were very pleased with the service. Booking with Agustin was easy and pleasant.

I booked all of our accommodations independently. For what it is worth, our one-night stay at the Recoleta Grand was a disappointment. I did not like hotel and would not recommend it. Though not especially convenient to the “downtown” area of Bariloche, we did love the views of the Charming Inn.

All of the excursions were fantastic. I don’t think we had a favorite. I am very pleased that Lette added the chairlift ride to our ¼ day hike. The views were amazing. All 3 of our guides - Agostina (BA), Lette (Bariloche), and Emmy (Tigre River cruise guide - not a Say Hueque employee) were amazing. All were super knowledgeable, kind, accommodating, warm, friendly - excellent ambassadors for Argentina. We spent the most time with Agostina who I found especially thoughtful, so she will always have a special place in my heart.

Wasn’t sure how I felt about the river cruise before we went, but it was terrific and I’m glad we did it.

We’ve been following the Boca/River Plate soccer drama! What a nightmare!


30.11.18

Sally & Dave Nordahl

Sally & Dave Nordahl

(4 / 5)

All in all, we were very pleased with Say Hueque and our eye-opening trip.

We really enjoyed our trip!

We did some online searches and saw positive comments about Say Hueque. We talked to Agustin and liked his knowledge, the conversation we had and the sample itinerary he developed. We talked to a couple other agencies but ultimately chose Say Hueque because of the preparation that Agustin did and the fact that the company is so well-established. It felt like he understood the kind of trip, hotels, activities that would be the best fit for us based on the information we gave him.

We stayed at the Park Hyatt in BA (arranged on our own) and it was fantastic, as expected. There was a shop called Perez Sanz in Recoleta that we went crazy for – highly recommend it.
In terms of the hotels your company recommended, our favorite was House of Jasmines in Salta. A close second was Aldebaran in Bariloche. Jasmines was a nicer and better maintained property with better food, but the staff, service and hospitality at Aldebaran exceeded Jasmines in our opinion. Aldebaran could use some attention – common area furniture was worn out and very uncomfortable (which was too bad because the rooms are really nice and inviting) and parts of the property were looking worn. #3 was Lares de Chacras in Mendoza and #4 was the estancia near the airport in BA. But we liked them all for different reasons and none were a disappointment. The estancia was perfect for one night since it very much caters to riders vs. general travelers. We really enjoyed meeting all the guests there, but didn’t use any of the amenities – our second day there was washed out with torrential rain that flooded that whole area. The food was not very good, but the other guests said they take it in stride because the horses, trainers, grooms and facilities are so excellent.

We enjoyed the treks/hikes most of all, especially in Bariloche and Mendoza. The vistas and scenery far exceeded our expectations. Our favorite was one we arranged on our own in Mendoza with a guide named Fernando, though it was a hassle because we needed two days to assemble the cash required to pay him! He’s a one-man operation and doesn’t take credit cards.

Regarding guides, they were all very good. Anna (milonga excursion in BA) really stood out, as did the person who did the bike / winery tours in Chacras de Coria (can’t recall his name) and Santiago in Salta (he was very entertaining). What we liked was how talkative, interesting and informative they all were – and that holds true for the young woman we toured with twice in BA (can’t recall her name), and Gabriela in Bariloche. The drivers who handled the transfers were all prompt and efficient.

We wished we had an extra day in either BA and either Bariloche or Salta, and one day less in Mendoza. We didn’t really enjoy the city of Mendoza itself (although we liked the treks we did, the rafting excursion and the winery tours). We were a little thrown off by all the razor wire and heavy security, though the bodegas behind the walls were all beautiful. We loved the lunch that we had at the third winery.
Also, it would be good for your company to give current travelers more of a head’s up about the cash situation, at least with these current circumstances, which we understand are unusual. We didn’t realize how difficult it would be to get cash, how little was available per ATM, how often we’d need to seek out ATMs and how expensive each transaction would be ($15 when you included the U.S. and Argentina bank fees). We would have come with a lot more cash (both pesos and U.S. dollars) and used the hotel safes if we had known. We were very glad that we took Say Hueque’s advice and didn’t try to rent our own car in Mendoza, Salta or Bariloche. Taxis were very inexpensive and convenient. That said, we wish we had known how long a drive Aldebaran was from the town and how isolated it was. Its location was not at all conducive to going out for a walk or popping into town for dinner.
All in all, we were very pleased with Say Hueque and our eye-opening trip.

Sandy and Dave


22.11.18

Cindy-Marie Leicester

Cindy-Marie Leicester

(4 / 5)

Say Hueque was the most friendly and helpful within my budget

I emailed a number of travel companies and Say Hueque was the most friendly and helpful within my budget. Agustin was really adaptable and very helpful. He offered suggestions and listened to my preferences

All of the hotels you selected for me were of a high standard for my budget. However the breakfast at the hotel in El Calafete was very poor.

The horse riding trek and being caught in the first hail storm for 8 months in Mendoza was quite an experience! There are no hard hats provided for the horseback tour. I am an experienced rider, I dont think that it was easy for beginners. All the drivers were punctual and helpful. My Mendoza driver was the best!


04.11.18

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BUENOS AIRES, IGUAZU, MENDOZA & BARILOCHE – 12 Days
Testimonials

Katherine Wingfield Barry

All of the excursions were fantastic

Sally & Dave Nordahl

All in all, we were very pleased with Say Hueque and our eye-opening trip.

Cindy-Marie Leicester

Say Hueque was the most friendly and helpful within my budget

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