Visit the major sights of Argentina´s Capital, experiencing their captivating blend of European charm and South American flair. Discover the beauty of Buenos Aires, its main attractions, unique local culture, and history.

Explore one of the New Seven Natural Wonders of the World and contact with the stunning environment in Iguazú National Park. Experience the full power and beauty of the 275 waterfalls and its breathtaking natural spectacle.


DAY 1 | Buenos Aires.  Arrival in Argentina’s capital. Afternoon at leisure to rest at the hotel.

DAY 2 | Buenos Aires. Half-day tour discovering the city highlights with a local expert.

DAY 3 | Iguazú. Arrival in Puerto Iguazú. Rest of the day at leisure to relax at the resort.

DAY 4 | Iguazú. Full-day panoramic tour through the Argentinean side of the Falls.

DAY 5 | Buenos Aires. Half-day tour of the Brazilian falls. In the afternoon, return to Buenos Aires.

DAY 6 | Buenos Aires. Morning at leisure prior to your international flight back home.


- Private airport transfers

- Hand-picked accommodations

- Daily breakfast and selected meals

- Unique Activities

- English Speaking local guides

- Entrance Fees 



- International and domestic flights

- Travel insurance

- Tips, City/Eco taxes


BUENOS AIRES | Loi Suites Recoleta

Executive Studio430 ft². Located in the heart of the exquisite neighborhood of Recoleta, the hotel shares the area with art galleries, restaurants, bars, and beautiful parks. The Executive Studio Room it’s characterized as being spacious and bright, with a simple and elegant decoration and a comfortable bed.

IGUAZÚ | Iguazú Gran Resort

Junior Suite430 ft². Showcasing a year-round outdoor pool and beautifully landscaped gardens, this luxury resort offers full contact with nature, a lot of entertainment, sophisticated service, and unequaled gastronomy. The Junior Suite Room has a classic decoration and overlooking the outdoor swimming pools or the artificial lake.


Activities in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires City Tour

During these amazing highlights of Buenos Aires, you will visit all the must-sees with a local expert. Your guide will show you the special things that make this city unique: its architecture, its people, and its customs. You will have the opportunity to visit La Boca, the legendary tango and football neighborhood, Recoleta, with the French-influenced palaces, San Telmo, with colonial streets and preserved buildings, and Puerto Madero, the most modern district of the city.

Activities in Iguazú

Iguazu Falls: Argentina Side

This tour consists of  a panoramic walk, penetrating the geological formation of the Falls and perceiving from different points of view the  magnificence of more than 200 waterfalls running constantly for millions of years.

Accompanied by a local private guide, you will begin with a quiet journey through the jungle in the picturesque Ecological  train. You will visit the Upper and Lower circuits, and the most impressive waterfall, the famous “Devil’s Throat”, a spectacle  of nature at more than 80 meters height.

Iguazu Falls: Brazilian Side

The National Park of Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil was declared World  Natural Heritage by UNESCO in 1986, after such nomination of the Iguazu National Park in Argentina. Visiting this area consists of the only circuit of walkways that are placed in front of the Falls, offering a truly impressive panoramic view and full contact with the natural surroundings.

The circuit is 1200 meters long and has a medium difficulty since it has stairs leading to viewpoints where you can see the falls until you reach the main viewpoint of the Devil's Throat. 


Argentina is located in the Southern Hemisphere, with winter lasting from June to September and summer from December to March. Given the immense size of the country, the weather varies hugely from one region to another: subtropical climate in the north, temperate and humid climate in the center, and cold and windy climate in the south (Patagonia).

North Argentina

Iguazú Falls: this region is hot and humid year-round, with regular rainfall. The average annual temperature is around 75º F.

Salta: this region has dry winters and warm-hot summers. The average annual temperature is around 67º F.

Central Argentina

Buenos Aires: characterized by a moderate climate with hot-humid summers and cool-dry winters.

Mendoza: this region is dry year-round, moderately warm during summers and cold in winters, with minimal rain.

South Argentina

Patagonia: famous for its temperament: summer and winter can be experienced sometimes in one day, with not only extremes in temperatures – ranging from 34°F (1°C) to 66°F (19°C) – but also in day-to-day sunshine, wind, rain, and occasionally even snow, sometimes even in the same afternoon.

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