Discover the charm of Argentina & Uruguay

Arrival to Buenos Aires International Airport of Ezeiza, and  private transfer to your Hotel.

Welcome to Buenos Aires! 

Buenos Aires is a beautiful cosmopolitan city, boasting both an European and Latin feel that make of Buenos Aires a unique spot in South America. Featuring gourmet cuisine, amazing nightlife and intriguing tango milongas, talented designers, passion for soccer, world-class art and a number of tourist attractions, Buenos Aires is an exciting and fascinating destination.

Enjoy the morning for free.

In the afternoon, our local guide will pick you up to star exploring the city.

Half day Buenos Aires City tour

You will discover Buenos Aires most traditional neighbourhoods through a comprehensive City Tour of Buenos Aires. The first stop will be the May Square, historical scenery of the main political events of our country. Then you will continue towards San Telmo, a picturesque area that still preserves its cobbled streets, as well as some colonial constructions and of the turn of the century; nowadays there are many antique shops and artist’s ateliers. You will continue the tour, to southern La Boca, where you will visit the famous Caminito street open air museum and characteristic colourful tin houses. Then, you will experience the contrast with Puerto Madero, once the port of Buenos Aires and nowadays a very sophisticated area, housing the most elegant and chic restaurants in town. Continuing to the northern districts, you will head towards Recoleta, to discover the Parisian air of Alvear Avenue, the most exclusive fashion shops, luxurious French palaces and the legendary Recoleta Cemetery.  And finally, visit Palermo district, the green area of Buenos Aires, housing beautiful French style palaces.

Enjoy a local lunch in a restaurant of our own suggestion (At your own expenses).

Enjoy a private Argentinean Wine Tasting 

Our tastings will take you on a tour, from the oasis of Mendoza where we find bold, intense red wines, to the arid and mountainous region of Salta the home of Argentina’s unique aromatic white grape – Torrontes. Then move down south to Patagonia; where we find the best Pinot Noir in the country. The four wines you will sample show the diverse and exciting wines that Argentina is producing.

During this Wine Tasting, you will get  limited production, hard to find, non-commercial boutique wines – unique, sumptuous and memorable. All the wines come from small,  boutique  artisanal producers.

Besides, you will also be given the chance to taste and learn about a beautiful Premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Mendoza.

Each wine will be served with delicious and regional, tasty tapas! A small bite to accompany and enhance the taste of the wine, all home made.

Return to your hotel.

Overnight in Buenos Aires.

 Buffet Breakast at the hotel.

Half Day Evita Perón tour

Eva Peron is a symbol of the worldwide struggle of women against patriarchal oppression. In Argentina however, her figure is rather controversial: loved by the working class, who she generously aided during her brief but intense political career, and hated by the wealthier classes, with whom she had an ardent dispute.

Following Eva’s footsteps, the tour will start in Retiro at the Railway Station, where a very young Eva Peron arrived dreaming to become a famous actress. Then, we will visit Plaza de Mayo, where you can admire the famous balcony from where, already married to General Peron, she delivered her most famous speeches, addressed to the Argentinian workers who utterly loved because of the unprecedented representation she and Peron had given to them. See the Presidential Palace and the fountains where the workers protested in 1955, demanding the release of Juan Domingo Peron.

Next, visit the former building of the Eva Peron Foundation, an institution created by Evita to promote social assistance all over the country. Once in Recoleta, you will visit the Basílica de Nuestra Senora del Pilar, where Eva and Peron were married. After the visit, walk across the Recoleta Cemetery, an enormous labyrinth of splendid funeral monuments, and a traditional stronghold of Argentine aristocracy, where you will witness Evita’s posthumous victory over the people who had unceasingly fought her when she was alive.

The tour ends in Palermo, where you will visit the Evita Museum, inaugurated for the 50th anniversary of her death. Enjoy a delicious lunch in this beautiful setting.

After the museum visit, you will go back to your hotel for a free afternoon.

Experience Argentinean Tango & Authentic Milonga 

Our  private staff will pick you up to enjoy a private tango class with an expert Tango maestro.

You will discover the real Tango, first with an introduction to tango during 01 hour you will learn the main steps and movements about this famous dance that is part of Argentinean folklore.

This is a personalized lesson where you will get the full attention of your guide and your teacher.

Then  head to a local Argentinean restaurant, where while enjoying dinner and a glass of Malbec wine, your companions will provide you all information needed to learn more about the history of tango, its beginnings and what it’s all about today. It will be a friendly moment where your guide and teacher will answer all your questions and where they will also explain the essence of the “Porteña“ culture.

After dinner, you will go towards a traditional milonga , to practice some of the steps you learned before, and to be part of this unique moment, where dancers from all ages and origns gather every night to participate in their own way to the mysteri of this nocturnal world.

Return to your hotel.


Breakfast at the hotel 

Leaving towards the outskirts of Buenos Aires and after 1:30 hour drive, you will arrive to San Antonio de Areco, famed gaucho town, where the old-time country traditions live. You will visit a local artisan workshop, to discover the secrets of gaucho silversmith, and/or Museo las Lilas, which features drawings of gaucho lifestyle.

Then, continue to Estancia La Bamba, to enjoy lunch and relax, and horseback ride in the countryside.

La Bamba, whose origins date back to 1830 when it formed one of the post houses on the ”Camino Real” (Royal Road) that linked Buenos Aires to the north of the country, is one of the oldest Argentinean colonial style estancias. With its main building and its guard tower which served to defend against native attacks, its former stables (La Pulperia) and its 200 years old park, it is rooted in Argentine and Gaucho history.

An active part of Argentine and especially gaucho heritage, La Bamba de Areco is proud to offer authentic gaucho traditions such as asados (barbecue) and mate tasting. Excursions on horseback, by carriage, or bike, the large swimming pool and the numerous relaxation areas offer the traveler an unforgettable restful experience and an incomparable way to restore energy.

Return to your hotel in the evening.

Overnight in Buenos Aires.

Breakfast at the hotel.

Depart in the morning towards Uruguay. Take a 1-hour ferry, sailing across the De la Plata River to Colonia del Sacramento, on the opposite shore.

Take a brief guided tour in Colonia.    

Discovering Colonia is like traveling back in time, exploring the colonial charm and history as you walk the cobblestoned streets. Visit the historic district -Colonia’s historic area and an UNESCO World Heritage Site- and visit the Real de San Carlos bullfight ring, Fernando’s Beach,

Then, drive west to Carmelo (1:30 hours), across the countryside, of vineyards, and cattle and growing fields.

Carmelo is 250 km to the west of Montevideo and is an important tourist resort in Uruguay. The town is bordered by Río Uruguay, which flows into the Atlantic through the immense mouth of the Río de la Plata, and yet it was a different coastal river, Las Vacas, which gave Carmelo its credentials. The town is effectively cut in two by this river which runs beneath an elegant, metal swing bridge, inaugurated in 1912 and now a symbol of the town. Carmelo is linked by ferry to Argentina and is located in a highly reputed winegrowing region. The town and its coastline have witnessed the development of top-class tourist amenities. A casino, golf course, marina and landscaped walkways are the perfect adjunct to seaside fun on its sandy coastal beaches.


Overnight in Carmelo, Uruguay.

Breakfast at the hotel

Spend a day relaxing in the country side, at Finca Narbona, tasting the local wines and recipes. 

Enjoy a guided tour at Narbona winery, access the river beach facilities, bike through the 15ha vineyards, or go over them with a gold cart, taste Narbona wines in a paired lunch, have a picnic lunch in the vineyards, be a wine expert for a day and elaborate your own blend, horseback ride or take a carriage ride in the countryside.

Return to your hotel in the evening.

Overnight in Carmelo, Uruguay.

Breakfast at the hotel

Day at leisure, to enjoy the Resort facilities, such as Golf Court, tennis courts, outdoor & indoor swimming pool.  

Get an in-depth experience of the rolling Uruguayan countryside as you play through this magnificent 18-hole, par-72 course. Winding around numerous lakes, wetlands, native trees and ornamental grass outcroppings, it presents one of South America’s truest and purest tests for golfers for all categories. The course was designed by the international architectural team at American Golf Course Design LTDA, South America’s most prestigious design firm. Golfers will appreciate such details as the truest bent-grass putting surfaces south of the equator – maintained at 1/8 of an inch year round, the finest hybrid Bermuda fairways, challenging white sand bunkers and expansive lakes, all designed and maintained to create an unforgettable golf experience.

The large outdoor swimming pool with double cascade is surrounded by custom-designed lounge chairs. Poolside lunches, snacks and beverages are available upon request.

The Resort offers two outdoor tennis courts for practice, match play or lessons with a local tennis pro. Located in the pine forest of the Resort grounds, the courts provide a pristine and beautiful backdrop to showcase your overhead smash. Both courts are lit for night play, and racquets and balls are available on a complimentary basis.

Overnight in Carmelo, Uruguay.

Breakfast at the hotel.

In the morning, transfer from your Hotel towards José Ignacio. During the journey, you will stop in Montevideo for a Montevideo City Tour discovering the city heritage and local culture.

Visit the historic center with its pedestrian streets, the town hall building and the cathedral, the Independence Square, the Legislative Palace, the traditional Prado neighborhood, the riverside drive “Rambla”, different residential areas and the famous port market “Mercado del Puerto”, where lunch is possible

After lunch (at your own expenses) you will have some free time to relax and then you will continue to Punta del Este / José Ignacio.

Arrive at your hotel, check in and enjoy the rest of the afternoon at leisure.

Overnight in José Ignacio, Uruguay.

Breakfast at the hotel

Day at leisure. You can enjoy José Ignacio on your own or use Bahía & Estancia Vik´s facilities.

Only 40 kilometers east from Punta Del Este, located between two lagoons, you will find the village of José Ignacio. It is the last town on Maldonado’s Atlantic coastline and the last to be discovered and treasured by a select and wealthy group of Argentineans who set up their summer residences there. It is a rocky headland that juts almost a kilometer into the sea forming natural bays on both sides with white sandy beaches. Its landmark is the 32 meter high lighthouse built in 1877. José Ignacio owes its name to one of the first settlers in the area during Spanish colonial times and today it is considered to be one of the best fishing spots either from the shore or from a boat in the ocean. Yet some hundred years ago the area was famous for some maritime tragedies that took place on the rocky crags.

Overnight in José Ignacio, Uruguay.

Breakfast at the hotel

Transfer to the Punta del Este (PDP) airport, to take the flight to Buenos Aires (AEP) Duration: 50min. Once in Buenos Aires, you will connect with you flight to Iguazú (IGR) Duration: 1:50

Upon arrival to Iguazu, met by your guide, and transfer to the hotel.


Overnight in Puerto Iguazú, Argentina.

Buffet breakfast at the hotel.

You will enjoy a Full Day tour, visiting the 3 main circuits that will bring you face to face with the native wildlife: the Lower, Superior circuits, and the most impressive, the Devil’s Throat. The Iguazu River plunges into a gorge of over 275 falls along 4 km completely surrounded by a dense tropical forest. The Upper Circuit guarantees spectacular panoramic views of the falls. The Lower Circuit will give us a close contact with the falls and surrounding vegetation. Finally, we will arrive at the Devil’s Throat, the most impressive one of the Iguazu Falls.

Lunch at La Selva Restaurant, within the National Park.

You will be also able to enjoy the excursion called “Great Adventure” * that combines: off-road ride in the jungle and a navigation (the last 2 kilometres are in the rapids of the river), to get close to the falls, and getting completely drenched!

*This activity is subject to weather conditions.

Return to the hotel in the afternoon.

Overnight in Puerto Iguazú, Argentina.


Buffet breakfast at the hotel.

You will visit the Brazilian side of the falls.

Enjoy secure and modern catwalks that lead through the falls.We will continue down pathways which take us ouver the falling water up to a special area with a fantastic panoramic view of the Devil’s Throat and the surrounding falls.

Enjoy a buffet lunch.

After your meal, take a short visit to the bird’s park: enter in the world of nature.
Tropical rare and colouring birds overly in wide green outdoors integrated to the exhuberant and humid greenwood. You will have the possibility to enter in these garden center to admire closely the life of the birds. Besides, there are crocodiles, anacondas, boas, monkeys titi and butterflies that amaze the visitors.

Return to your hotel in the afternoon.

Overnight in Puerto Iguazú, Argentina.


Buffet breakfast at the hotel.

In the morning, our local staff will pick you up to transfer you to the aiport (Foz de Iguazú, Brazilian Side) to bard your international flight.





  • Authentic Tango Experience
  • Historical Buenos Aires Tour
  • Taste Premium Argentinean Wines
  • Gaucho Estancia visit
  • Horseback Riding through the Pampa
  • Colonia & Carmelo: the charm of Uruguay
  • Explore vast Uruguayan beaches
  • Uruguayan Vineyards
  • Explore Iguazu Falls

Important facts


Start destination:
Buenos Aires

Final Destination:
Foz de Iguazu, Brazil


Number of participants:

  • Services in private basis, with English Speaking Guide ;
    Accommodation in single basis with buffet breakfast;
    Meals and beverages (non-alcoholic beverages) as detailed in the program;
    Porterages for transfers;
    Current VAT as per local laws and regulations;

Not included:
  • International and domestic flights, airport taxes
    Visas if needed
    Personal expenses (phone calls, laundry, and excess baggage charge)
    Transportation or excursions outside the lodges or itinerary
    Health Insurance
    Beverages not served at meals (spirits, bottles, etc)