Experience the mighty Iguazú falls from the Argentinian side on a half day tour. Board a small train for a short tour of Iguazú National Park where you can glimpse vibrant wildlife and tropical plants and flowers. Disembark and make your way along the pathways to the top of the falls. The tour’s highlight is the platform which is suspended over the edge of the largest of the falls, the Devils Throat.
Departs daily from Sheraton Iguazú Resort & Spa or Panoramic Hotel
Group and private tours available
Step over the border into Brazil to gain a whole new perspective of the world famous Iguazú Falls. You will cross Tancredo Neves bridge that connects the cities of Puerto Iguazú (Argentina) and Foz do Iguaçú (Brazil), before exploring the Brazilian portion of the National Park. The majority of the falls are located on the Argentinean side of the border allowing for panoramic views of the roaring waters from the paths that reach out over the Igauzú River. On the Lower Balcony view the mighty Devil's Throat, containing some of the tallest of the 275 falls, from a distance of just 200 metres. The walk ends at the Floriano Fall where you can reach the Visitors Centre by stairs or lift.
Includes: Transport, guide. Excludes: National Park Entrance fee, food and drink.
Comfortable shoes, hat, bottled water, high SPF sun protection
English speaking guide.
On this introductory half day tour visit Plazo de Mayo square and discover Avenida de Mayo's art nouveau and art deco architecture. You'll head south to La Boca, with its colourful tin houses and lively atmosphere. Move on to the elegant Recoleta district with its French architecture before viewing Palermo's parks, monuments and mansions. During the tour you'll learn about the history and politics that changed lives in Argentina.
Included: Transport, English speaking guide. Excluded: Food and drink, tips.
Air conditioned vehicle
Departs twice daily.
Group and private tours available.
Depart from Salta in the early morning and travel through tobacco crops, high-altitude vineyards renowned for their production of sweet Torrontés Wine, and local towns en route to Cafayate. Witness the other-worldly landscapes of the Quebrada del Río Las Conchas, an incredible multi-coloured canyon that's been eroded by the river waters, wind and rain. Once in Cafayate, you'll visit the main square which is lined by the cathedral and Bravo Archaeological Museum.
Spend the day at El Ombú de Areco – a historical ranch and the birthplace of the gaucho traditions. You’ll see how this working ranch is run and enjoy a sizzling barbecue with incredible meat and local wines. Witness a folk music show and a demonstration by local gauchos and see the ranch on horseback or by horse-drawn carriage.
Included: Transfers, lunch. Excluded: Any other food and drink, tips.
Those who choose to partake in the horse riding must be in good physical health.
Comfortable walking shoes, trousers (if horse riding), light cotton clothing.
Departs daily on request.
English speaking guide.
This full-day tour takes you from Salta through the narrow mountain valley of Quebrada de Humahuaca. An ancient trade route and breathtaking natural wonder, this UNESCO-listed valley is home to the famous Seven Colours Hill and the town of Purmamarca. Stop in the town of Tilcara, which is the site of the remains of a pre-Hispanic hilltop fortress and visit its market before continuing on and crossing the Tropic of Capricorn and visiting historic villages and the town of Humahuaca itself. En route back to Salta, there'll be a short stop in the city of San Salvador de Jujuy.
Featuring one of the world's most scenic border crossings, the trip between the Argentinian and Chilean Lake Districts is an incredible journey by road and boat. You'll depart from either Puerto Varas or Bariloche and sail across three lakes that are connected by four overland legs. Enjoy the beauty of the Andean landscapes and witness highlights such as Lake Nahuel Huapi, Cerro Tronador, the Osorno and Puntiagudo volcanoes and Lake Llanquihue.
Included: Boat and coach travel. Not included: Lunch, snacks and drinks.
Departing daily, year-round from Bariloche, Argentina or Puerto Varas, Chile (subject to weather conditions and number of guests)
Discover the history of wine production in Mendoza on this tour of a couple of the region’s world-famous wineries. Head west from the city to the Luján de Cuyo district and join a guided tour of a prestigious winery, followed by some wine tasting. Later continue to another vineyard which features a gourmet restaurant where you will be served perfectly paired food and wine.
Witness the living ice of the world-famous Perito Moreno glacier. From El Calafate, head west into Los Glaciers National Park, and pass through typically Patagonian landscapes and along the shore of Lake Argentino before coming face to face with the 3-mile wide and 18-mile long glacier. Your first view of this sea of ice will be from 'Sighs Curve' before you continue on to the walkways that are just 300 metres away from the glacier's terminus. Spend time watching and listening to the ice, and possibly see massive chunks of ice calve of the face and become icebergs in the lake.
Enjoy an evening of dance and dining at one of Buenos Aires' immersive tango shows. This unforgettable evening showcases the sultry beauty and intricate moves of one of the world's favourite dances and is accommpanied by a delicious meal full of traditional Argentinian dishes.
Included: Transfers, dinner, tango show. Excluded: Tips, any other food and drink.
Smart casual dress.
Group or private options available.
Explore acres of Andean Patagonian forest, lakes and beaver dams on this half day tour in the Tierra del Fuego National Park. Located at the 'end of the world' this fascinating landscape will leave you awe inspired. Visit view points offering panoramic views of the Beagle Channel, glimpse bird species such as the buff-necked ibis and take a walking tour to the Black Lagoon or the Beavers Path where you can view the dams that these curious creatures create. Discover evidence of age-old settlements at Lapataia Bay and on the return journey to Ushuaia stop at Roca Lake which changes shade due to colour.
Included: Transfers, English speaking guide.
Some walking is involved in this experience.
Warm, windproof and waterproof clothing. Comfortable walking shoes.
English speaking guide.
From Buenos Aires catch a ferry and cross the Rio La Plata to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay. Recently declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city is the oldest in the country and has a fascinating colonial history. During this full day tour, you'll visit the picturesque streets of Santa Rita and the famous Calle de los Suspiros – 'Street of Sighs'. The city has cobblestone streets, natural beauty and monuments including the cathedral and lighthouse.
Included: Transfer from hotel, return ferry ticket, English speaking guide, city tour, lunch. Excluded: Any further food and drinks
Air conditioned vehicle from hotel to dock
Ferry journey to and from Colonia del Sacremento
Comfortable walking shoes.
Departures daily on request.
Bilingual guides on request.
From desert to oasis, learn about Medoza's fascinating landscape and why it is now the most important of Argentina's wine producing regions. Irrigation channels, first dug by the region's native population have been adapted by today's wine producers who have flocked here from all over the world. View a variety of grapes growing in sprawling vineyards in the shadow of the Andes mountain range. Visit two wineries where you will hear an explanation of how wine is produced locally by an expert and have the chance to taste the fruits of their harvest.
Included: Wine tasting, transfers, visit to two vineyards. Excluded: Any other food and drink, tips.
Pick up from hotels.