Hosted Tour-Domestic Air Included
7 Days/ 6 Nights
Daily January 1-December 31
In the Northeast of Argentina a dense forest, inhabited by over 400 different varieties of birds, marks one of the most beautiful landscapes of the world, IGUAZU WATERFALLS. It is here that the Iguazu River hurls itself down to a rocketed in 257 falls over 70 meters high. Crashing at the bottom the water shatters to a fine spray which, rising up forms a multitude of rainbows. Visit one of the wonders of the world.
SALTA & THE NORTHWEST REGION: The provinces included in this area are Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, Tucuman, Santiago del Estero, Chaco and Formosa. This corridor displays the wide diversity enveloping the North of Argentina: rain forests, yungas forests, valleys, ravines and the mythical high plateau or puna, with the intermingled pre-Columbian cultures characteristic of the area. Known worldwide for to its magnificent natural scenery and the settlements where time seems to have stopped, this area gives travelers the possibility to travel back to the times of Hispanic colonization. Buildings from those days can still be seen in cities like Salta or San Miguel de Tucuman. Tapestries, textiles made with fine threads, sheep, llama or alpaca wool ponchos, gold and silver works and baskets of vegetable fiber are some of the typical crafts tourists can purchase in the area.
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Tour requires a minimum of 2 passengers
6 nights first class hotel all with private facilities
Breakfast each morning
English speaking guiding
Sightseeing as per itinerary
Economy class flights-Buenos Aires-Iguazu-Salta-Buenos Aires
Entrance fees to national parks
Hotel taxes and service charges
Day 1 Buenos Aires-Iguazu
Upon arrival to Iguazu you will be met and taken on a tour of the Argentine side of the falls. Catwalks and observatories will let you enjoy the magnificent falls, one of the wonders of the world, which culminates in the impressive Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat), where the Iguazu River crashes down almost 80 meters offering a breathtaking experience. From the visitors center you can walk around the trails or ride in a picturesque train. There are two basic circuits: an upper path and a lower path. The lower path leads to the base of the falls, where the spray moistens visitors. It is a unique experience, worth daring the adventure. From the upper path you have panoramic views from the footbridge is also an unforgettable experience. Leaving from the Cataratas station, you will go to the footbridge on the upper part of the river. You will arrive to the balcony on the Devil’s Throat, the biggest fall with such a big flow of water that you will be overcome by the grander of the scenery. Overnight at the Recanto Hotel (Foz de Iguazu)or similar.
Day 2 Iguazu
After breakfast you will enjoy a tour to the Brazilian side of the falls. Along a beautiful route, crossing a bridge over Iguazu River, you will reach Brazil (Visa needed for travel to Brazil). From there and bordering the river, the bus arrives at the falls where you will have a panoramic view. You will be able to observe the incomparable beauty of the Iguazu Waterfalls across a 1200 meters path, with a full view of them, with several balconies and a runway over the river up to the “Devils Throat”, the greatest fall of Iguazu. The Path ends in a viewpoint right by the Floriano fall.
Day 3 Iguazu-Salta
After breakfast at leisure until your transfer to the airport for your flight to Salta. Upon arrival you will be met and taken to the Hotel Almeria or similar for overnight.
Day 4 Salta
In the afternoon, you will be taken on a tour of this historic city and its surroundings: visit the monuments and historic places located in the city such as “The Carmelitas Descalzas Convent” and the monument of General Guemes (Hero of this Land). Salta is one of the oldest cities in Argentina. It used to be an important place during the Hispanic colonial period. Salta’s Cathedral is the biggest one in the northwest area. You will visit the San Francisco Church, which has the highest dome in the north as well as many other typical constructions built during the XVIII century. Overnight in Salta.
Day 5 Salta-Humahuaca-Jujuy-Salta
Today you will enjoy a full day tour to the Humahuaca Gorge visiting Purmamarca, a typical village from where one of the most colorful and beautiful landscapes of the north-west, surrounded by green trees and mud brick-houses, can be appreciated: Seven Colors Mountain. Going up you will reach the Pucara de Tilcara: although in the “quechua” language Pucara means fortress, it really used to be an “omoguaca” (aborigines who inhabited this place during the X Century) village. Along the way back to Salta, there will be a visit to the city of Jujuy, capital of Jujuy Province. Overnight in Salta
Day 6 Salta-Cafayate-Salta
After breakfast you will be taken on a full day tour to the Cafayate Gorge, which in the aborigine language means “Grave of Sorrows”. Being the cradle of Torrontes wine, this place is located in the southwest area of Salta Province. After passing by Cabral Corral Dam you will follow the way to Cafayate Gorge, through the Flechas gorge, where geologic formations of breathtaking beauty, such us the Amphitheatre, the Devil’s Throat, the Friar, the Obelisque and the Castles, will catch your attention and let you discover the magic of this natural formations. Overnight in Salta.
Day 7 Salta-Buenos Aires
After breakfast at leisure until your transfer for your flight to Buenos Aires. Tour ends upon arrival. You can extend your stay in Buenos Aires or continue to Patagonia, Uruguay, or Brazil.
Additional nights available
Pre and/or post tour nights in Buenos Aires available
Airport taxes are not included
Visa is needed for travel to Brazil and is not included.