Buenos Aires & Argentina Adventure



Buenos Aires & Argentina Adventure

Buenos Aires is Argentina’s capital and most cosmopolitan city. At its heart is Plaza de Mayo, overlooked by the 16th century Metropolitan Cathedral. In the east is Casa Rosada, the iconic pale pink Presidential Palace. Other attractions include National Museum of the Cabildo and the splendid Avenida de Mayo, famous for its fine buildings. In the North are the green, affluent barrios of Retiro, and Palermo with its popular Botanical Gardens. 

For city’s European history, walk through Recoleta and its cemetery with ornate graves of Eva Perón and other Argentinian luminaries. Travel to the shore of Lake Nahuel Huapi for a chairlift tour to Cerro Campanario for grand views. Continue past Lake Moreno and Mount Lopez to Bariloche, known for its lakes and beautiful scenery. Visit Iguazu Falls, and take a boat trip to San Martin Island and along the canyon of the river to admire the whole system of more than 270 different falls.

And, tango your way to La Calesita, an open-air dance party in the Nuñez.

What We Love
  • Exclusive tour, guided privately by a multilingual guide throughout the trip.
  • All touring is flexible and can be customised to incorporate special interests.
  • Customise your own itinerary to create a holiday of your dream.
  • Depart and return whenever you choose – shorten or lengthen the tour to suite your wishes.
  • Around-the-clock support with our local contacts at our associate offices throughout South America.
Need to Know
  • This tour is designed to provide maximum outdoor experience and may require walking on rough surfaces. 
  • Bring proper walking gear and outdoor clothing for both summer and winter. Do not forget your skin and eye protection items.
  • Please check with us for clothing and equipment you should take on this trip.
  • We offer 24/7 support during your tour to give you complete peace of mind during your holiday.
  • We strongly recommend that you take travel insurance for this holiday.


Buenos Aires & Argentina Adventure Buenos Aires, Bariloche, Iguazu.
(10 Days – Travel Any Day)


Day 1 – Arrive
Buenos Aires On arrival in Buenos Aires you will be met and transferred to your chosen hotel for a four-night stay in this cosmopolitan and historical city.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Alvear Palace Hotel or Bobo Hotel.

Day 2 – City Highlights Tour
Buenos Aires This morning enjoy a half-day tour of this impressive city. Discover the cobbled streets and brightly painted houses of La Boca and the grand architecture in Plaza de Mayo. Continue to the exclusive neighbourhood of Recoleta, with its treelined avenues, fashionable restaurants, cafes and boutiques, not forgetting the famous cemetery that holds Evita's shrine.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Alvear Palace Hotel or Bobo Hotel.

Day 3 – Optional Tours
Buenos Aires Today you will have a day at leisure to get to know the city better. Alternatively you can explore a riverside town or experience life on an Argentine ranch in the Pampas.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice.

Option 1: The Riverside Town
A delightful way of spending the day is to take a boat ride through the waterways in the nearby Tigre town; an experience that can only be described as a mixture of the Thames and the Amazon.

Tigre Town – In the early 19th century, the Belle Epoque left its mark with the ornate architectural style, endowing the Tigre town with an eclectic and fun personality, reminiscent of the first holidaymakers and their European ways. Weekend houses of imposing grandeur, white stuccoed fronts and manicured lawns lie among palm trees on one island, neighbour to another where untidy wooden structures perch on stilts and platforms under which play ragged brown-skinned children.  English cottages stand next to Italian villas, azure-painted shacks and run-down boathouses while through the water glide skiffs, canoes and barges.  

Option 2: The Estancia Rosario De Areco
On this full day tour you will experience life on an Argentine ranch and indulge in a mouth-watering barbecue or 'Parrillada', as the Argentines call them, with typical folk music and dancing.

El "Rosario De Areco", only 115 km away from Buenos Aires, is a typical colonial farmhouse that has been completely recycled and refurnished, with distinct family atmosphere. The main house, built in 1892, is surrounded by a 14 hectares park that includes stables, two swimming pools, and fully acclimatized recycled barns for year-round entertainment. You can stay overnight or simply enjoy a day of relaxing in real farm atmosphere.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Alvear Palace Hotel or Bobo Hotel

Day 04 – Transfer
Bariloche Transfer to the airport for your flight to Bariloche. Arrive Bariloche and transfer to your hotel. One of the must-see sights in Argentina is the ski resort of Bariloche.

This Andean village looks like it belongs in Switzerland. It's easy to see why so many people go - it's in an unbelievably beautiful area. Located on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi, in the midst of Nahuel Huapi National Park, Bariloche is surrounded by dense forests, alpine lakes and 12,000-ft mountains.   Enjoy an afternoon drive along the Nahuel Huapi coastline for visiting the Llao Llao Peninsula and the Panoramic point with stunning views of the Nahuel Huapi Lake, and the snow-capped Andes, including an interesting walk through the dense Patagonian beech.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Llao Llao Hotel & Resort (B, D)    

Day 5 – 'Small Circuit' Tour
Bariloche This morning, enjoy the classic three-hour 'Small Circuit' sightseeing tour. Leaving Bariloche, head west along the shore of Lake Nahuel Huapi. A seven-minute chairlift ride can then be taken to Cerro Campanario for some of the best views in the region. From here, the landscape changes into lush temperate rainforest and the tour continues past Lake Moreno and the sheer face of Mount Lopez. Enjoy fantastic views of the lakes and islands before heading back to Bariloche for an afternoon at leisure.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Llao Llao Hotel & Resort (B, D)

Day 6 – Optional Tours
Bariloche After breakfast, spend a day at leisure to enjoy your surroundings and walk in the mountains, or why not try the following optional excursion: The Seven Lakes Circuit (optional tour):  Discover the breathtaking beauty of Bariloche’s lake district. Travel along a scenic, winding road past the charming mountain town of Villa La Angostura, a paradise for nature lovers and fishers alike, and along the shores of The Seven Lakes, surrounded by stunning mountains and forests.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Llao Llao Hotel & Resort (B, D)    

Day 7 – Transfer
Iguazu Falls Transfer to San Carlos de Bariloche airport for your flight to Buenos Aires, connecting to Iguazu. Arrive Iguazu and transfer to your hotel for overnight. Located near the junction of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, Iguazu Falls (pronounced eeh-gwa-SUE) is a must-see: It may be the greatest waterfall in the world. There are 275 cataracts in all, stretching 2 miles from bank to bank and reaching a height of 300 ft.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Hotel das Cataratas or Grand Hotel & Casino (B, D)    

Day 8 – Iguazu National Park
Iguazu Falls Full day visit to Iguazu National Park. Walk along the upper and lower trails around the spectacular Iguazu Falls, admiring the whole system of more than 270 different falls. Boat trip to San Martin Island and along the canyon of the river. This afternoon, visit to the Devil’s Throat, the main fall of the Iguazu system, where you will see many species of wildlife such as toco toucans, parakeets, coatis, capuchin monkeys and several species of tropical butterflies.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Hotel das Cataratas or Grand Hotel & Casino (B, D)

Day 9 – Transfer & Tango
Buenos Aires Transfer to the airport for your flight to Buenos Aires. Meet and greet on arrival and transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.

Optional Dinner & Tango Show: This evening, enjoy exquisite cuisine and a spectacular dance display in one of the city’s oldest and finest tango venues. Housed in an elegant French style building with an exclusive marble bar, Gala Tango is bound to put you in the tango mood! As you arrive you are invited to learn some of the slick tango moves and enjoy a drink.

The Tango and Folklore show follows, featuring a live orchestra, two singers and four performing tango dancers. You will also enjoy a show with boleadoras (balls tied to ropes used by the gauchos to herd cattle) while enjoying a 3-course a la carte meal paired with superb Catena Zapata wines.
Overnight: Hotel of your choice
Recommended: Park Hyatt Buenos Aires or Park Hyatt Palacio Duhau.

Day 10 – Depart
Buenos Aires Take a private transfer to the airport and connect with your onward flight.

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Make this your holiday

  • Exclusive Tour: your own private multilingual guide throughout the trip  
  • Price Guarantee: costing 25-30% less than similar tours of the same flexibility and quality
  • Tailor Made: customised itinerary to create your dream holiday
  • Duration: shorten or lengthen the tour to suit your wishes
  • Dates: depart and return whenever you choose
  • Hotels: change hotel grade to suit your budget
  • Group Discounts: call 020 8350 6199

Getting There Flights from London to Buenos Aires take 14 hours, or around 16 hours via a European city. British Airways offers the only direct service from the UK (Heathrow) to Buenos Aires. The alternatives are indirect Iberia and Air Europa flights, both of which involve changing planes in Madrid (sometimes with a lengthy gap). Argentina’s Ministro Pistarini International Airport (code EZE) is located in Ezeiza about 22 kilometres from Buenos Aires. 

When to go Argentina can be divided into four broad climatic regions: the north-eastern plains, central Argentina (Pampas), western Argentina (Andes) and southern Argentina (Patagonia). Remember that the seasons in Argentina are the reverse of those in the Northern Hemisphere.

Summer, December through February, is the best time to visit the extreme landscape of Patagonia and the southern Andes. Winter (Jun-Aug) is the best time to visit Iguazú and the Northwest, when the rains and heat have subsided; but spring (Aug-Oct) is also pleasant, when the crowds have cleared out. It is also the prime time to visit Buenos Aires when the purple jacarandas are in bloom. A great time to see Mendoza or the Lake District is in the fall, when the foliage pops—and there are fewer crowds.