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Dream Argentina Family Experience – Iguazu Falls & Patagonia

Buenos Aires, the Paris of South America

El Calafate hides the beautiful Perito Moreno Glaciers

The Falls in Iguazu let you breath in the power of nature

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Buenos Aires & tango, Visit to a Traditional Ranch in La Pampa, Boat Trip in Iguazú Falls

Perito Moreno Glacier

 

Dream Argentina Family Experience – Iguazu Falls & Patagonia

Visit Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls & Perito Moreno Glacer in a 10-day Family Trip

Stunning glaciers, super-sized waterfalls, and a vibrant city are some of the treasures you’ll discover with your family on this 10-day trip to Argentina. Wander the colorful streets of  Buenos Aires city in a bike, take a boat trip to sail next to Perito Moreno Glacier front wall and have a close-up encounter with the amazing Iguazú Falls (both sides, Argentina and Brazil). Enjoy our tours designed to discover the culture of each destination, and both suitable to ensure fun for grownups and kids.  

Day 1 - Welcome to Buenos Aires / Discovering the neighborhood

 

Hassle-Free Transfer from the Airport to the City

 

Upon arrival in Buenos Aires you will be met at Ministro Pistarini International Airport (Eze Airport) and take a private transfer to your hotel. No matter how early you land in the morning, your room will be ready for you upon arrival: early check-in is guaranteed. You’ll receive our Argentina Challenge Adventure Kit, the perfect tool to generate engagement between your children, the places they visit, the people they meet, and you!

 

 

 

Travel to Argentina and enjoy the best guided city tours Walking Orientation Tour: Discover the Neighborhood

 

How do locals interact with their city? The best way to figure it out is to walk side-by-side with them… get prepared to take your first Buenos Aires walking tour, and start discovering the city at your own pace with a local guide. 

 

Our guide will pick you up at your hotel and, over the course of 2 hours, you will wander the neighborhood together. Depending on your hotel’s location and your personal interests, you can choose to explore either the Northern area of the capital, the aristocratic face of the city, filled with magnificent architecture, or the green spaces and bohemian culture of the trendiest area of the city. It’s up to you!

 

Enjoy the unscripted moments of chit-chat with your tour guide… and with other locals who you meet along the way! After all, we are all lovely people. The icing on the cake will be tasting our world-famous ice-cream! We recommend trying the dulce de leche ice-cream flavour… you won’t go back to vanilla. By the end of this tour you will have acquired a clearer picture of the neighborhood in which you’re staying; where the main supermarkets, pharmacies, and money exchange houses are located. 

 

 

 

 

 

Why your kids will love it

 

“Why are there graffitis everywhere? And why do people move their hands like crazy when they talk?” Your kids will be glad to have a new person (besides mom and dad) to calm their curious minds. Our local guide, specialized in family trips, will be more than pleased to answer their questions in a didactic and friendly way.

 

Why you will love it: It’s a personalized tour so you will be able to explore the city at your own pace, focusing on the personal interests of each member of the family. 

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Day 2 - History of Buenos Aires / Bike City Tour

 

Patagonia hiking is an amazing experience in ArgentinaGet a Taste of Enchanting Buenos Aires

 

Continue with your urban exploration, talking a 5-hourhistoric tour through the city’s ornate architecture with a private car at your disposal. We’ll pick you up at your hotel to spot the most important sites of the city and learn some fun facts, like why the Presidential Palace is pink, or the reason that houses in La Boca are so colorful. 

 

Visit San Telmo, the oldest residential neighborhood, with its classic cobblestone streets, and La Boca, where Buenos Aires turns colorful and tango is ever present; come to walk Caminito Street and dance with the locals.

 

If you’re a soccer enthusiast, you’ll learn all about Argentina’s favorite fútbol (soccer) teams. Why is soccer such a passion for Argentinians? Well, only a true Argentinian can answer that question. Continue your full cultural immersion learning about our rich history as you speak with locals (known as Porteños) and learn fun facts about our fascinating past. At the end of your tour, we’ll take you back to your hotel.

 

 

Travel to Argentina and enjoy a Bike Tour to discover the city. Discover the City with a Specialized Bike Tour

 

In the afternoon, get ready to explore the city on two wheels. Departing from Palermo district, start your bike tour to discover the Northern region of Buenos Aires, where you’ll find the famous Recoleta Cemetery, the Floralis Generica, and the biggest green areas of Buenos Aires.

 

Stop at Recoleta cemetery and leave your bikes to walk through the amazing tombs and mausoleums, 90 of which have been declared historical monuments. Dare your kids and find the exact place where the mythical Evita Perón (one of our first female political leaders) rests, or David Alleno’s tomb, the cemetery keeper that saved money during his whole life in order to be buried with the most important characters of Argentine history.

 

Continue your bike-ride to the park that houses the incredible Floralis Generica, the giant metallic flower of Buenos Aires, where you’ll stop to have a snack while watching this breathtaking sculpture actually move! Taste some traditional Argentine maté (herbal tea) and the alfajores (finger-licking sandwich cookies). We’ll keep riding on to explore Palermo Woods, the biggest green area of Buenos Aires, where you’ll have a close-up view of the beautiful Planetarium and enjoy a typical Porteño lunch from one of the many food trucks spread all over the area. We’ll return to our departing spot after 5 hours of family fun. 

 

 

Argentine tango dancers Optional Tango Dinner & Show in San Telmo

 

At night, you have the opportunity to enjoy a special evening at one of the traditional tango houses of Buenos Aires in San Telmo, the oldest neighborhood of the city, where all tango dancers used to gather. Taste Argentine Malbec wine paired with a juicy steak, and enjoy a 1-hour tango and folklore show with the best dancers and musicians in Buenos Aires. We also offer a babysitting service in case you would love to have an exclusive romantic dinner.

 

Why your kids will love it

 

The kids will have a lot of fun watching the street performers and tango dancers in Caminito, discovering the spooky alleys of Recoleta Cemetery, and biking the city with Mom and Dad.

 

 

Why you will love it: You’ll be able to explore the city in a relaxing way (with a vehicle at your disposal) during the morning, and then get active in the afternoon with the bikes. Bike tours are the best option if you’re interested in an easygoing family activity that pleases everyone. It’s also a safe and healthy way to connect with the city of Buenos Aires.

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Day 3 - Argentina’s Rural Culture: Estancia “El Ombú de Areco”

 

Travel to Argentina and Enjoya Horse Back Ride The Power of La Pampa

 

Argentina is famous worldwide for its fútbol players, but also for the vastness of its green-tinted fields best known as ‘La Pampa’. That endless land at the edge of the horizon is still home to the descendants of the first gauchos (Argentine cowboys), who still care for and work the land as their ancestors taught them to.

 

There are still some estancias (ranches) that preserve the gaucho traditions, and are located in picturesque towns within Buenos Aires’ province. One of the most alluring estancias is El Ombú de Areco, a colonial style working ranch built in 1880 that is located in the town of San Antonio de Areco, where gaucho traditions are still palpable all around. Today, we’ll pick you up at your hotel to begin a 9-hour visit to this time-honored ranch. Learn about the gaucho culture and traditions, strolling around the beautiful old streets, museums and ancient pulperías (grocery stores) in San Antonio de Areco before heading to El Ombú.

 

Once you’re in the estancia, enjoy a typical asado (barbecue) before either a horseback ride in nature or a relaxing bike ride. For those who like to take things slow while on vacation, there is a peaceful swimming pool (only available in summer) and many sunny relaxation areas where you can take la siesta (an afternoon nap). At the end of the day, we’ll take you back to your hotel in Buenos Aires.

 

Travel to Argentina and visit a traditional ranch

                       

Why kids will love it

 

They will enjoy having free time for some unscheduled exploration of the area before enjoying one of the many available activities. They will be in contact with locals and their traditions, hear the enchanting sound of the guitarra criolla (creole guitar), and witness the tight bond between a gaucho and his horse in a unique spectacle called Doma India (a non-aggressive form of horse training).             

                               

Why you will love it: Walking through the old town in San Antonio de Areco will be like taking a time machine back to the colonial era. Also, the comforting facilities of El Ombú will provide adults with some quality relaxation time to unplug from the rapid pace of daily life. 

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Day 4 - From Buenos Aires to Patagonia: El Calafate

 

Hassle-Free transfer from the airport to the city

 

Today we’ll pick you up from your hotel in Buenos Aires and drive you to the airport to take your flight to El Calafate. Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport and take a private transfer to your hotel. No matter how early you get to the hotel in the morning, your room will be ready for you upon arrival: early check-in is guaranteed.

 

 

Travel to Argentina and Enjoya Horse Back Ride Rural life & estancias of Patagonia: optional tour

 

El Calafate is a starting point for adventure travelers who desire to unearth the natural wonders of Patagonia, like Perito Moreno Glacier. But is El Calafate only about the glaciers? Well, yes and no… though glaciers are the main attraction, you will also have plenty to discover about Argentina’s rural, indigenous culture. 

 

Depart from your hotel in a minivan headed towards Glacier National Park. Leave El Calafate behind and travel for 1hr 30mins with the snow-capped Cerro Frías as your backdrop. Once inside the National Park, make your way to Nibepo Aike Ranch, the only ranch in the area that has maintained the traditions of sheep-shearing and Hereford cattle-breeding as its primary focus.

 

Enjoy an inviting hot drink and a delicious snack in the classic quincho (rustic dining room)! Walk the coast of Lago Argentino, watch how a real gaucho (the Argentine cowboy) works the shearing shed, and view a unique demonstration of gaucho horsemanship. Depending on the day’s activities, you might help milk the cows, herd sheep, or learn the history behind the founders of the estancia.

 

At the end of the day, return to the quincho, where a mouth-watering grilled lamb awaits, sizzling over the traditional Patagonian fire pit. Take the same road and transportation to return to El Calafate.    

 

 

Perito Moreno Glacier, the gem of Patagonia

 

 

Why your kids will love it

 

The kids will have varied options for outdoor activities to discover the terrain, the native fauna, and to be in contact with locals. They will also get to taste some homemade traditional dishes— this is the perfect time to leave hamburgers and french fries behind!

 

 

Why you will like it: This is your opportunity to immerse yourself in some famous, wild Patagonian landscapes, and to come into true contact with nature, speak with locals, and enjoy a delicious asado (barbecue).

 

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Day 5 - El Calafate Tours: Mayo Trek Boat Trip

 

Adventure in Argentina means a boat trip!Sail Mayo Channel and Visit Perito Moreno Glacier

 

Start off the day with a pick up at your hotel, and travel to Puerto Bandera to embark on an 8-hour nautical safari where you’ll discover the secluded glaciers and waterfalls of Glacier National Park that can only be reached by boat!

 

Sail Mayo Channel and disembark at Toro Bay to hike through the Patagonian forest; your specialized guide will tell you about the vegetation of this area (very different from other varieties inside the park) and show you the ancient cherry tree and its 10-foot-diameter trunk. Tell your kids that they can call it El Abuelo (grandpa), as locals have nicknamed it, and prepare yourselves to discover a waterfall!

 

Set sail again towards Cerro Negro (Black Hill), where you’ll do a soft, half-mile hike to the base of the hill to admire the massive Black Glacier. Enjoy your free time in this place that not many travelers have seen, before departing for our third stop, the famous Perito Moreno Glacier.

 

As the boat passes by the immense icy wall, put on your beanie and grab your camera, because you may see a piece of ice breaking off and crashing into the water below! Finally, you’ll disembark at Puerto Moreno, where you can enjoy your free time wandering across the traditional catwalk circuit that surrounds the glacier before sailing back to Puerto Bandera.

 

 

Perito Moreno Glacier, the gem of Patagonia Visit the Glaciarium Museum & the Ice Bar

 

On your way back to El Calafate make a stop at the Glaciarium Museum and learn about the history of the glaciers and their first explorers. Interactive screens, a synchronized projection, and the natural sounds of ice caves playing throughout the museum’s hall will totally immerse you into the glaciers’ fascinating history. At the end of your tour, visit the fascinating Ice Bar, where you can take a sip from a glass made completely of ice. At the end of the experience we’ll drive you back to El Calafate.

 

 

 

Why your kids will love it

 

The special boat trip is always a thrilling and memorable part of the El Calafate trip, especially for the youngest members of your family! They will feel like little sailors and explorers of the lake. Plus, this tour is the perfect combination of short navigations and hikes, which will keep little explorers entertained and active. The superhero capes, gloves, and boots they will have to wear in order to enter the Ice Bar at the Glaciarium Museum will be a perfect end to a day full of fun!

 

 

 

Why you will love it: Apart from the amazing landscapes, you’ll enjoy the comforts of free-flowing tea and medialunas (Argentine croissants) on-board the tour boat. Also, you’ll get to see the magnificent Perito Moreno Glacier up-close, passing right by its huge ice wall, and end your visit with a modern multimedia museum.

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Day 6 - Leisure Time in Calafate

 

Patagonia hiking is an amazing experience in Argentina Optional Visit to Cerro Frías Activity Center

 

For your free day in El Calafate, if you’re still wanting to get active and visit another highlight of the area, we recommend that you visit Cerro Frías, an outdoor activity center. We’ll pick you up from your hotel and drive you 20 minutes outside of Calafate to Alice Ranch in Cerro Frías.

 

This ranch still maintains its traditional activities, its cattle, and its natural guanaco reserve. Enjoy any of the activities offered at the ranch: 4×4 rides to explore the area, horseback riding along beautiful slopes, or gliding down South America’s longest zipline. There’s an option for all ages and interests! 

 

 

At the end of the day, enjoy lunch or dinner in the elegant quincho (this is the typical place to gather and cook asados, the Argentine barbecue), and during tea time, enjoy maté (Argentine herbal tea) and traditional Argentine pastries. At the end of this 6-hour tour, we’ll drive you back to El Calafate to have some relaxing family time. 

 

 

 

If you would prefer to stay in town, you definitely must stop by Laguna Nimes, an ecological reserve which hosts 80 different types of birds, including the Chilean Flamingo, and includes a fun, little hike that’s perfect for kids! Then, enjoy a hearty lunch at Buenos Cruces restaurant; try the guanaco meatloaf or the nut-crusted trout while your kids run around in the play area.

 

 

 

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Day 7 - From Calafate to Iguazú Falls / Argentine Dinner Experience

 

Hassle-free transfer from the airport to the town

 

Today we’ll pick you up from your hotel in El Calafate and drive you to the airport to take your flight to Iguazú. Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. No matter how early you arrive in the morning, your room will be ready for you upon arrival: early check-in is guaranteed.

 

This little, relaxing town is the gateway to visit the impressive Iguazú Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Take your time and settle in, check out the facilities (most of the Puerto Iguazú hotels have a pool!) and explore your surroundings. Welcome to the jungle!  

 

 

Learn how to cook in your Argentina Trip Cooking your first Argentine meal

 

At night, get ready for your first Argentine experience; a 4-hour dining experience where you’ll learn all about our traditional dishes in a cozy (and hidden!) restaurant in downtown Puerto Iguazú. Make your way to the closed-door restaurant where our bilingual guide will be waiting to greet you. 

 

First you’ll pass through a hidden winery, and then approach a large table where your materials will be waiting for you to start your cooking class and dinner. Get all dressed-up in your professional chef outfit and start preparing your first Argentine cocktail with delicious Malbec wine (and its non-alcoholic version); some serious shaking is involved here, which will be a blast for your kids! 

 

After competitions and videos with your finished beverages, it’s time to taste some appetizers and get ready for the empanada contest. Learn how to properly fill the empanada and practice your skills with the “repulgue” (a special way to close and seal the empanada). 

 

Then, it will be time to order your steak! Learn how to ask for your desired cooking point in Spanish. Led by passionate hosts, learn about the classic social customs used by Argentines to enjoy plenty of funny moments at the dinner table. Finish the evening sipping on maté and making ‘alfajores de maicena’ (sandwich cookies overflowing with dulce de leche). Finally, make your way back to your hotel with full bellies and fabulous memories.

 

 

 

Travel to Argentine and try amazing Argentine Food

 

(The Argentine empanada!)

 

 

 

Why your kids will love it

 

Kids will have fun getting hands-on during the cooking class, preparing their own Argentine dishes, learning to use the traditional metal straw to sip maté, and adding some fresh coconut zest to a sweet alfajor. Plus, Iguazú Falls is always a kid-favorite because they can discover the Argentine jungle up-close.

 

 

 

Why you will love it: Puerto Iguazú is a quaint, relaxing destination to share some quality family time. You’ll be impressed by the verdant landscape, covered in dense vegetation that is visible from the moment you step out of the airport. The Argentine dinner experience will be the perfect introduction to Argentina’s rich culture, as well as a good opportunity to meet other travelers from all around the world (Puerto Iguazú is a huge international destination). Plus, the cooking will encourage your children to try new foods and expand their palettes.

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Day 8 - Iguazú Falls (Argentine Side) & Ecological Navigation

 

Enjoy the wildlife you can spot in Iguazu Tours! Exploration of Argentine Rainforest and Iguazú Falls

 

“Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the moment you’ve all been waiting for…” After breakfast we’ll begin your 8 hour-long adventure to the Argentine side of Iguazú Falls, where you will enjoy intimate views of this unforgettable section of the Iguazú River.

 

 

The falls are surrounded by a humid subtropical forest where the lush vegetation is home to a variety of different animals and birds. An experienced guide will help you to spot toucans, coatis (raccoon-like animals), butterflies, and more! They will guide you through the park to avoid crowds and discover the most awe-inspiring views. There is no man, woman or child who can hide their amazement at Iguazú’s 1.5 million liters of water cascading from heights of over 80 meters!

 

 

During the day you will walk through the lower and upper walkways that allow visitors to get up-close and personal with this magnificent spectacle of nature. To get to the most impressive views, you will hop aboard a picturesque ecological train that will transport you for 2 miles to the Devil’s Throat (the largest of the falls and for many the most spellbinding). At the end of this exciting tour we’ll take you back to your hotel.

 

 

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 Why your kids will love it

 

They will have the chance to wander around a myriad of paths and stairways surrounded by dense vegetation, they will have fun spotting coatis (which are everywhere) and hopping on a boat to explore the area. There are more than 200 waterfalls to discover in the park —welcome to endless fun.

 

Why you will love it: To start off, this is a stroller friendly tour, so it is ideal for families with little ones. In addition, you’ll get to see one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, all while assisted by a knowledgeable local expert. For most people, being in front of the powerful falls is a very touching experience between oneself and pure nature.

 

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Day 9- Iguazú Falls (Brazilian) / Parque Das Aves / Macuco Boat Trip

 

Enjoy the wildlife you can spot in Iguazu Tours! Visit a Brazilian Bird Park                        

 

Today we’ll pick you up at your hotel and take you on a 3 hour-long visit to Parque Nacional Do Iguaçu (Brazilian side) (Don’t forget to bring your passport!). While other overcrowded tour busses don’t make any stops other than the Park itself, you will be able to visit Parque Das Aves, an amazing bird park, with species from all over Brazil. Here you’ll be able to walk amongst flying toucans, see butterflies of all sizes and colors, and discover birds you’ve never seen before.

 

 

Travel to Rio de Janeiro and see amazin Palm Trees The Brazilian side of Iguazú Falls

 

From Parque Das Aves, you can walk to the entrance of the Parque Nacional Do Iguaçu. Take a bus and head to the beginning of the only footbridge inside the park. While Argentina has 80% of the falls on its side, Brazil has the best panoramic views.

 

You’ll be thrilled by the landscape, but this is also a great opportunity to learn about the region’s geography: rivers, waterfalls, jungles, and more! Walk around, accompanied by your guide, enjoy the views of the massive Argentine waterfalls until reaching Floriano Waterfall, the natural highlight of this side, and the Salto Santa María, where it feels like you’re walking on the water.

 

Although you’ll be looking into Argentina, your feet will be on the ground in Brazil! Where does Argentina start and Brazil end? Well, it’s time to walk the line… Back from the footbridge, you’ll have some free time to use the restrooms, visit the gift shop and take a special elevator to an especially high viewpoint. 

 

 

 

Adventure in Argentina means a boat trip! Cross the Jungle and Drench in Three Musketeers Fall

 

Inside the National Park of Foz do Iguazu, take one of the busses that connects the different areas of the park and reach the entrance of Macuco Safari Experience. Take a 2-mile trip across the jungle in eco-friendly electric trucks and enjoy a 20-minute walk accompanied by a specialized guide who will tell you all about the native vegetation and wildlife that you’ll discover. Arrive at the port and embark in inflatable boats, sailing across the river up to the Three Musketeers Falls, where you’ll take part in the famous ‘water baptism’ of getting drenched underneath the cascading falls, an experience that none of your family will ever forget. After 1hr 30mins of enjoying a full jungle exploration, you’ll return to the port and we’ll take you back to your hotel in Puerto Iguazú (Argentina).

 

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Why your kids will love it

 

The kids will love seeing all of those exotic birds at Parque Das Aves, and discovering the immensity of Iguazú Falls by taking an elevator to an especially high viewpoint. The safari and boat trip will just be the cherry on top of this fun-filled day!

 

Why you will love it: This is a relaxing excursion, shorter than the previous one on the Argentine side. You’ll get to see a bit of Brazil, which is always an exotic and colorful destination, and have a close-up experience in the jungle, in a completely safe and informative way.

 

 

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Day 10 - Iguazú Falls Tours: Mbocay Fall / Flight Back

 

Transfer to the airport

 

After this 10-day Argentina discovery trip, we’ll drive you to the airport where your South American journey ends. Check out some other family trip ideas to continue your travel adventures.

 

 

Optional Full-Jungle Experience: Bikes & Falls

 

Enjoy your last morning in Iguazú by immersing yourself in a brand new experience, the outcome of the effort and inspiration of freelance guides who decided to show off another local side to Iguazu’s attractions. Conveying both beauty and some rough-around-the-edges adventure, this 4-hour excursion injects some excitement and freshness into the more typical tourist activities in Iguazu.  

 

We’ll pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the operative base, Jungle Bike, where a guide will meet you and prepare you to take your bikes for their mile-and-a-half ride along a gravel road up to the Parque Natural Municipal Arroyo Mbocay.

 

The trek will start here, at Don Carlos’ jungle campsite, where this native resident of the area will take care of the bikes while you go off on your adventure. You’ll follow the same road that children in the neighborhood take to go play in the jungle, which leads you into a purely local, hidden part of Iguazu!

 

Walking through the jungle, skirting a stream and crossing a handmade bridge, we’ll get to the first small waterfall to take our first dip of the day. Get prepared to experience a natural hydro-massage under the stormy waters. 

 

After freshening-up, the path gets steeper, so get ready to work up a sweat on our way to discover the renowned giant jungle vines and arrive at Mbocay Fall, which offers an enthralling scenery for pictures. After enjoying a sunbath, we’ll get on our way and return to the Jungle Bike base with our bikes. 

 

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Included

3 night accommodation in a hotel (Buenos Aires), 3 night accommodation in a hotel (El Calafate), 3 night accommodation in a hotel (Iguazú)

Daily breakfast

Transfers & transportation  mentioned in the itinerary

Meals according to itinerary: Lunch (day 2, 3), boxed lunch (day 5), dinner (day 7)

Bilingual guide (English/Spanish)

Argentina Challenge Adventure Kit

Not Included

International or domestic flights

National Park Entrance fees

Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quote please follow this link: World Nomads

Iguazú Eco Fee

               

Accommodation & Prices

Dream Argentina Family Experience – Iguazu Falls & Patagonia


*Prices in US Dollars.
*Valid until April 2020 (ask for prices in Christmas and New Year).


Flights needed for this itinerary

Buenos Aires - El Calafate - Iguazu Falls - Buenos Aires

Estimated cost for the flights in South America: If you plan to visit other destinations in the region, local flights cost approximately $100 to $250 USD per segment (destination).
We offer special rates on flights for this tailor-made itinerary.

Included

3 night accommodation in a hotel (Buenos Aires), 3 night accommodation in a hotel (El Calafate), 3 night accommodation in a hotel (Iguazú)

Daily breakfast

Transfers & transportation  mentioned in the itinerary

Meals according to itinerary: Lunch (day 2, 3), boxed lunch (day 5), dinner (day 7)

Bilingual guide (English/Spanish)

Argentina Challenge Adventure Kit

Not Included

International or domestic flights

National Park Entrance fees

Travel / Medical Insurance – To get a free quote please follow this link: World Nomads

Iguazú Eco Fee

               

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