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Highlights of Argentina and Brazil

11th Jan 2014
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Buenos Aires
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Rio de Janeiro
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Christ Redeemer
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Iguazu Falls
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Devil's Throat Canyon
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Buenos Aires

The Highlights of Argentina and Brazil tour whisks you around some of the top destinations of Argentina and Brazil in style. First stop will be Argentina’s exciting capital city of Buenos Aires, where you’ll explore its distinct neighborhoods and top-class restaurants before flying north to Iguazú Falls. With over 270 falls set amid the lush jungle, Iguazú Falls is one of the world’s largest and most spectacular waterfalls.  From there you’ll travel on to Rio de Janeiro where you’ll be able to relax on long golden beaches and discover the city’s exuberant cultural life.

In the three days in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina you will be introduced to as much culture and history of this city, as one can comfortably cover in 3 days. During the 2 days at the Iguazu Falls, you will see the lush natural beauty of Argentina, as you explore both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of the Iguazu National Park, and it is from here that you will make your entry into Brazil. In the final leg of the tour, the 3 Days in Sao Paulo will take you to see the pristine beaches that Sao Paulo is renowned for and not to mention the Christ Redeemer too!

The first day you can spend at your leisure, either relaxing at your hotel, or exploring the city. In the evening you will head to one of Buenos Aires' finest dinner and tango shows at Esquina Carlos Gardel, a traditional Art Nouveau dining room to experience the very best of Argentine cuisine and dance. Day 2 - You'll head out to explore Buenos Aires. Your local guide/host will show you the landmark buildings and neighborhoods, like the city center to see the Obelisco and the Casa Rosada and then La Boca, San Telmo, Recoleta and Palermo. The guides will tell you about the history and architecture of each area. The last day you can head out independently or avail of one of our tour options.
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Enjoy your early morning flight to the Iguazu Falls and spend the day exploring the falls and the surrounding rivers and jungle. The park consists of various trails that take you through the jungle onto wooden walkways built a few meters above the jungle floor and the waterways, allowing for spectacular views. Be ready for some adventure in the afternoon, as you take to the waters to navigate the falls on a motor boat, heading through the rapids into the Devil's Throat Canyon. Day 2 has a half-day private tour of the Brazilian side of the National Park for a panoramic view of Devil's Throat Gorge. At over 80 meters high, this is the most powerful and impressive waterfall of them all.
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Your first day in Rio is a full day of the most amazing views of one of the most beautiful cities in South America! Starting with a drive through Tijuca Forest, the largest urban forest in the world; to arrive at the peak of Corcovado Mountain, and the iconic statue of 'Christ the Redeemer'. You will then be taken to the base of Sugarloaf Mountain to ride the famous cable car to the top where the views over Guanabara Bay, Copacabana Beach and up to Corcovado are stunning. The next day is a day of leisure and you can choose a trip to Buzios, a pristine string of beaches and islands or Angra dos Reis, home to 365 islands and 2,000 beautiful beaches.
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