This tour is specifically designed for 2 people travelling together. If you want to visit Argentina and you don’t have much time, with 12 days you can discover the Highlights. Buenos Aires, a great South American capital. Then, Southern Patagonia, a place to do some self driving exploration (car not included but given as optional) between El Calafate and El Chalten. You can go to the Glaciers National Park, and visit the Perito Moreno Glacier, among others. You can leave the car in El Chalten village and do a hike to Laguna de los Tres, close to Fitz Roy Mountain. You can drive the meanders of the river up to Lago del Desierto. After the Patagonian experience, a last stop in Iguazu to see the world class waterfalls. From there you can go back home or continue your travels to Brazil or Peru.
Buenos Aires city and the Iguazu Waterfalls are without any doubt two of Argentina´s highlights. But in the road between them there is a hidden natural wonder, the Ibera Wetlands. Thousands of square kilometers of land invaded by water and the biggest bio diversity reservoir in Argentina. Access is difficult and services are scarce, and that makes it a very off the beaten track destination. This tour is made for those that are hungry for discovery.
This trip has been designed for two people travelling together. The tours from Rio de Janeiro to Buenos Aires offer the highlights of both countries: wonderful Rio, the magic of the Iguazu waterfalls and the elegant and active streets of Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina. But this tours also offers some experiences that go beyond the typical tours. In Rio, a full day bike tour. Close to Iguazu, the Yacutinga Experience, an amazing conservation project. From Buenos Aires, a Ranch day and night to learn about the gaucho ways in the old Pampas. And in the city, a foodie tour to awaken the senses and learn about argentine food. A special twist for a special trip!
This amazing tour has been designed for 2 people traveling together that want to go on an adventure. Small character hotels away from crowds, plenty of free days to go as you please, some self drive days in northern Argentina and the day trips we recommend: biking in Buenos Aires, trekking over the glacier in El Calafate and kayaking in Bariloche. An adventure along Argentina´s backbone, the Andes Range!
Heading to Patagonia but don´t want to miss the Wine Region and the home of the Aconcagua, the highest peak in American Continent? From Buenos Aires take a short detour and visit Mendoza! This tours offers you the best of the big argentine capital: Buenos Aires. Plus the bucolic wine region in the far west - the foothills of the high Andes. Plus the alpine beauty of the lakes district in northern Patagonia. 3 destinations and 2 bus trips in a perfect match!
This tours offers a perfect combination of stunning nature, big city life and tropical flavor. Visit two of South America’s most beautiful and vibrant cities, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro and also enjoy a beautiful natural wonder that borders both countries, the Iguazu Waterfalls. The tour begins in Buenos Aires where you can explore the glamorous capital of Argentina. After, you will ride a night bus to arrive at the awesome Iguazu Waterfalls. When you have finished enjoying the natural wonder and tropical weather, you will again take a bus to reach the heart of Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, and the last stop of the tour. Here you will enjoy all the sights, sounds and great party atmosphere Rio has to offer.
There is a huge contrast between the lush vegetation of the sub tropical rainforest and the deserted soil of the Andes Range. With this trip you can begin you travels in Iguazu, at the border between Argentina and Brazil, visit the Andes, visit the wine region and then be at the gates of Chile: Mendoza. A voyage to see the roots of Northern Argentina.
The North Argentina Route takes travelers from the civilized streets of Buenos Aires, a South American capital, to the door of the rough High Andes range. Probably Machu Pichu and Cuzco are the mecca of tourism in Latin America but there are also jewels on the way. The wonderful Iguazu waterfalls, the old colonial villages and stunning landscapes in Salta, the mysterious San Pedro de Atacama and the unforgettable Uyuni Salt Flats. This tours takes you to the north of Argentina so you can decide where to cross and what to visit next!
This trip is aimed for those who have Uyuni and Cusco in Mind, departing from Buenos Aires or Brazil. Once exploring the breathtaking Iguazu Waterfalls, one can take a long, long bus to go to Salta, "the" capital of Northwestern Argentina, a region of rough beauty and strong cultural roots.
There is only one thing more intriguing that visiting Tierra del Fuego and its Capital, Ushuaia (the land of fire and the southern tip of the American Continent): That is combining Ushuaia with the most spectacular glaciers you will ever see in Argentina´s Glaciers National Park). Also, very close to the National Park, just crossing to Chile, you can find the breathtaking beauty of Torres del Paine . 3 Patagonian “must sees” in only one trip, linking El Calafate, Torres del Paine and Ushuaia travelling solitary Patagonian roads on local buses. An adventure on it´s own!
3 South American countries, 5 touristic destinations. Vibrant cities, stunning nature, impressive mountains and warm beaches. This tour offers the best of the south in 17 unforgettable days. From the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. This independent bus tour offers an itinerary from Rio de Janeiro in Brazil to Santiago in Chile visiting the Iguazu Falls, Buenos Aires and Mendoza along the way. It includes the bus trips, accommodation, highlight excursions and some airport and bus station transfers. 4300 km of joy and fun.
The Andes Range is the backbone of South America. Huge, mythical and impressive. But in Patagonia, the action of the glaciers during the last Ice Age created fantastic landscapes. Deep blue lakes, giant granite towers and u-shaped valleys with winding rivers colonized by beautiful nothofagus forests. Pure natural energy. This itinerary begins in Bariloche, the head of the lakes districts and home of the most pleasant scenarios in Patagonia. Llao Llao peninsula, Nahuel Huapi National Park and the big lake the same name. Going south, the bus follows a route in the Patagonian steppe, parallel to the Andes, to reach El Chalten, Argentinean trekking paradise. There you can do self guides hikes, like the Laguna de los Tres or to Laguna Torre. Three hours southern from El Chalten, you can find El Calafate, the most importan city close to the Glacier National Park. From there you will be able to visit Perito Moreno Glacier, imposing, moving, unforgettable. And you will be able to visit Torres del Paine, a true natural wonder, just crossing the border to Chile. And finally, like all the adventure is not enough, some days in Ushuaia, the city in the end of the world.
If you are looking for a true South American Adventure, here is one you can´t miss. Crossing the high plateau from San Pedro de Atacama in Chile to Uyuni in Bolivia among volcanoes, hot springs, colorful lagoons and salt flats is a rough but wonderful experience. One you won´t forget! The tour begins in San Pedro de Atacama, one of the driest places on earth and a small village with character, and continues in 4WD cars to Uyuni, a village close to the biggest salt flat on earth, spending 1 night in a communal hostel and 1 night in a very special Salt Hostel.
Two South American capital and a wine capital in only 9 days? With this itinerary you will be able to explore Buenos Aires with its mix of European elegance and Latin American passion. You will discover the new powerful Santiago, booming with the benefits of copper high prices. And you will experience the bucolic landscapes of Mendoza, the renowned argentine wine producing region. The road between Mendoza and Santiago is one of the most impressive in the Andes Range so we book a day bus for you to not miss any white peak or deep gorge!