based on 11 nights & selected experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public vacations) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
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Stay in fabulous accommodation throughout, all boasting stunning locations and a host of luxurious amenities
Relax in the grounds of Estancia El Colibri and enjoy horse riding and mountain biking, take a polo clinic or a cookery class and lend a hand to the gauchos
Marvel at the natural spectacle of the Iguazu Falls, set amid dense jungle vegetation
Take part in a beach volleyball game on Ipanema beach or enjoy a helicopter ride over iconic Corcovado mountain
This is a year-round itinerary, but temperatures are lower in Argentina during the winter months (June to September). If traveling over Christmas/New Year or over Carnival, be sure to book as far in advance as possible, as space at this time is severely restricted.
Travel from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro, stopping along the way to take in a traditional Argentine estancia for some world-class horseback riding, before discovering the breathtaking Iguazu Falls. Stay in style in some of the most luxurious properties throughout for a truly indulgent trip.
Begin in Buenos Aires with three nights at the Palacio Duhau, one of Buenos Aires’ top hotels ideally located in Recoleta and within easy walking distance of some of the capital’s best shops and restaurants. While here, take in a tango show at one of the city’s top spots, explore the city with a private guide to see the highlights and enjoy a wine tasting which can be designed to cater to your specific tastes and favorite grapes.
Next take the short flight to Cordoba to stay at one of the country’s premier estancias, Estancia El Colibri. This superbly run family-friendly estancia located in beautiful countryside has something for everyone - horse riding, polo clinics, walks and mountain bikes for the active, nearby Jesuit missions, cookery classes and helping the gauchos for the more culturally inclined, and superb bird watching and relaxing by the pool for those who don’t want to do very much at all.
Then fly up to the Iguassu Falls to experience this incredible natural wonder, set among the rainforest on the Argentine/Brazilian border. Explore the pathways through the rainforest which bring you close to the roaring water, close enough to feel the spray. Unwind at the stunning Awasi Iguazu in a private villa with your own plunge pool, immersed in the jungle. With access to your own private guide and an extensive excursion menu, you can easily do as little or as much as you like during your stay here.
Finish in style with three nights at the Fasano Rio de Janeiro, located on Ipanema beach. Rio is great fun for all ages, and children will love the incredible beaches, the buzz of Lapa's street market, exploring the Tijuca rainforest and taking a ride up the Sugar Loaf in a cable car, James Bond-style. A city tour has been included to enjoy the key sites with a private guide, as well as a helicopter flight over Rio’s impressive skyline.
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