A wildlife bonanza
A superb itinerary to some of the most beautiful spots!
In a country that offers so many sights and sounds, the contrasts in Argentina's nature and wildlife is certainly without comparison. This is a great itinerary that takes in some of the more well known sights, it is also takes you to one of the world's least known and visited sites…but certainly one of its greatest. Often compared to the infamous Okavango Delta in the Botswana, the Esteros del Ibera is a true delight for wildlife fans as it is totally secluded and offers some exceptional wildlife experiences. Many of our Africa clients are fans of this itinerary!
Make your way to Buenos Aires
Fly to Buenos Aires international airport and met on arrival.
Met on arrival and transferred to the Nuss Hotel to stay for 3 nights on a B&B basis. Located in the Palermo district of the city, you are right in the heart of the most vibrant area, with plenty of interesting shops, small squares and coffee houses. In such a vibrant and exciting city there are plenty of activities to occupy your time such as a Tango show or looking at the many interesting buildings dotted around the city. - includes a 4 hour city tour on day 3.
Transferred to the domestic airport in time for the flight down to Trelew, in Patagonia. Met on arrival and transferred by your private driver/guide through to the Peninsula Valdes for an afternoon exploring. This small peninsula is the perfect place to escape from it all, with fantastic marine wildlife all around. Predominantly know for the Southern Right whales that come into the area from the beginning of June, there are plenty of other activities and animals to take a look at such as elephant seals, orcas and many more. - includes a whale watching trip on day 3, the Estancia also offers horse riding, walks and much more.
Esteros del Ibera
Transferred to the airport for the flight via Buenos Aires to Posadas, in the north of Argentina. Met on arrival and transfer by road (approx. 3 hours) down to the Esteros del Ibera to stay in the exquisite Rincon del Socorro for 3 nights on an all inclusive basis. Truly one of the planet's last untouched wilderness areas, the Esteros is a vast flood plain that is a haven for animals of all types including the iconic capybara, caiman and the rare and endangered giant anteater. - includes all activities including boating out on the esters
The Iguazu Falls
Transferred back to the airport in time for the flight via Buenos Aires up to Iguazu Falls. Met and transferred to Yacutinga Lodge to stay for the next 2 nights on a B&B basis. Located 20 minutes away from the falls, this is the perfect place to use as a base for excursions to the Argentine and Brazilian sides of the falls and to explore the pristine rainforest that surrounds the area. - includes a full day at the falls
Met and transferred back to the airport in time for the flight down to Buenos Aires. Met and transferred to the International Airport to connect onto your international flights home.
Please note that the above is on a B&B basis unless otherwise shown and the cost does not include international flights.