Amusing Brazil and Argentina Tours
Duration :- 13 Nights / 14 Days
Highlights – Buenos Aires, Colonia, Foz do Iguacu, Iguazu Falls, Paraty, Ilha Grande, Rio de Janeiro
The largest of all the Latin American countries, Brazil covers nearly half the entire continent of South America. The Amazon River, running across the entire width of Brazil, is the world’s largest river in terms of volume.
As it thunders towards the Atlantic Ocean, the Amazon passes through the largest rain forest in the world, many tracts of which are still unexplored and home to the greatest number of biological organisms on earth.
More South America Tour Packages :
- Flight fare
- Accommodation on 03 star hotel
- Daily Breakfast
- All sightseeing based on SIC
- Return airport transfers
- Entrance to places
- Experienced guide
- Items of Personal Nature.
- Visa fees (As Applicable)
- Other meals
- Travel Insurance
- Optional tours
- Service tax extra is applicable.
- Any entrance fees and excursions not mentioned above Inclusions
- Air ticket deviation cost
- Anything not mentioned in Above Itinerary.
|Day 1: Arrive In Buenos Aires
Arrival in Argentina. Your trip will start off with an orientation walk around Buenos Aires Microcentro district at about 1pm in the noon. Your tour leader will be waiting for you in the lobby of your starting point hotel. Go through the historic buildings beside the Avenida de Mayo, inclusive of the Casa Rosada which is Argentina’s government house and also the attractive Palacio Barolo. In the evening, join a group welcome meeting at about 6pm. Lookout for a note in the hotel lobby or ask reception where it will be taking place. All the insurance details will be collected and next of kin information at this meeting so make sure you carry these details to hand it to your leader. If you are going to get late please inform the hotel reception. Head out in the night to see the tango show it’s totally optional. No meals is included on this day.
|Day 2: Roam In Colonia
Today you will be crossing the Rio de la Plata for a day tour to Colonia del Sacramento by taking a 3 hour long ferry. While you have arrived, still have some free time to discover the beautiful colonial city which is the oldest in Uruguay. Barrio Historico is a great place to start with as it is listed in World Heritage site. Walk down the cobblestone streets and rub shoulders with the locals as they sip their yerba mate that is a tea. Hear the noisy parakeets in the Plaza Mayor or comb Cologne’s small museums. To enjoy a very pleasant view of the city climb to the top of a 19th century lighthouse that is still in operation. For meals breakfast shall be served. Overnight stay at hotel.
|Day 3: Last Day In Buenos Aires
Today you’re on own to explore Buenos Aires. Join the other tourists and take a walk among the tombs at the La Recoleta Cemetery which is the final resting place of Eva Peron. There are also a few great museums you can check out in Recoleta district. Go to see the neighbourhood of La Boca that is home to all the colourful Caminito artists street and world renowned soccer team, Boca Juniors. Also join in an Urban adventure based on the city’s love of food such as the Malbec trail of Palermo or the Gourmet Buenos Aires Food tour. If you wish to give some break to your legs, go on to some street side cafes and chill as you watch the locals do their things. In the evening you will boarding an overnight bus to Foz do Iguacu. Meals only breakfast shall be served.
|Day 4: Visit Foz Do Iguacu
On arrival in Puerto Iguazu bus station early in the morning, hop on a minivan that will take you across the border into Brazil and move on to check into your hotel in Foz do Iguacu. The road trip time depends on the traffic, it can take about an hour. Nearby the borders of Argentina and Paraguay, Foz do Iguacu is Brazil’s gateway to the well known Iguazu Falls. Have fun over the next few days by taking a visit to Argentine and Brazilian sides of the falls. No meals will be served today. Overnight stay at hotel.
Meals : Breakfast
|Day 5: Visit The Argentine Side Of The Iguazu Falls
Today travel back to Argentina to see the falls, also following this would be a series of boardwalks, it’s also possible to get so enough to the thundering waters when you touch them. You will spot the series of cataracts at about 2 kilometres long at Iguazu Falls. In total there are about 270 falls that reach upto a height of 80 metres. To enjoy a pleasant view take a chopper ride over the falls which will be at your own expense. In the afternoon get back to Foz do Iguacu where you will be spending the second night. Depending on time, you may also have a chance to see the local bird park or the Aquamania water park if only time permits. No meals will be served today. Overnight stay at hotel.
|Day 6: See The Brazilian Side Of Falls
Today head out to see the brazilian side of the Iguazu Falls. When at the place you can have a lovely visual of the falls which you can enjoy to the fullest. After the visit, take a 24 hour long trip to Paraty. The first half of the trip is a 16 hour overnight bus ride from Foz do Iguaçu to Sao Paulo. The bus ride is going to be comfortable with reclining seats to have a more relaxed position than in a flight. These buses also have a washroom on board. No meals will be served today. Overnight stay at hotel.
|Day 7: Visit Paraty
Today arrive in Sao Paulo, you may have to wait for some hours at the bus station for your next to depart for Paraty. This bus ride will take up about six hours. Paraty is one of the world’s best preserved Portuguese colonial towns that is also World Heritage listed and the ideal location to unwind after your long journey. No meals will be served today. Overnight stay at hotel.
|Day 8: Explore Paraty
Today you’re on your own to explore Paraty. Appreciate the architecture here as you walk along the town’s cobbled, pedestrian only streets, that becomes partly covered in seawater when it’s high tide. You might also wish to discover the rainforest trails in the surrounding national park which is rich in wildlife and waterfalls. Also take a boat ride on the island that is studded bay for amazing views along the coast or be a part of an excursion to the close village of Trindade which has some of the best beaches in Brazil. No meals will be served today. Overnight stay at hotel.
|Day 9: Head To Ilha Grande
Today you will be travelling by a local bus and ferry towards the island of Ilha Grande and this ferry ride will take up to five hours. This island is a paradise of pristine beaches and rainforest that is hugely untouched by development. There is no access to private cars or banks on this island so make sure you carry cash. Previously a pirate’s lair, a leper colony and a prison for violent criminals, the island has a fascinating history to uncover. Ruins of the prison is still witnessed by many today. No meals will be served today. Overnight stay at resort.
|Day 10: Roam Around In Ilha Grande
Today discover Ilha Grande on your own. Walk along the rainforest trails to beautiful and isolated beaches; Lopes Mendes and Aventureiro Beach are said to be the most scenic beaches. If you wish go on a boat ride out towards the blue lagoon, also do beach hopping through Ilha Grande while on your way. The place is well known for its seafood so don’t miss an opportunity to stop to have some fresh seafood. Also take a dip or go for snorkelling in the clear water. In the golden hour just sit back with a caipirinha at a restaurant or bar in Vila do Abraao which is an island in main town. There are no meals included on this day. Overnight stay at hotel.
|Day 11: Free Day In Ilha Grande
Enjoy more free time in Ilha Grande and go on discovering more about this place.There are no meals included on this day. Overnight stay at resort.
|Day 12: Leave For Rio De Janeiro
Today hop on a boat towards the small port of Mangaratiba and from there on take a minivan to Rio de Janeiro. The journey will take about three and a half hour. After reaching it’s time for leisure or you can explore the place on your own. Go on to Copacabana and Ipanema beach, take a tour of favela or if it’s the right time of the year then also check out the soccer game at the well known Maracana stadium. If you like then also take a tramcar up to the hillside to the neighbourhood of Santa Teresa or head upwards to Corcovado Mountain where you will find some breathtaking views of Rio from the foot of the Christ the Redeemer statue. Also take part in one of their urban adventure day tour that includes the total Rio tour, the Santa Teresa discovery or the Corcovado, Christ statue and Favela tour are also some great means of discovering this amazing city. By the time it’s evening, take a cable car up towards the sugarloaf mountain to see the sunset before leaving to party at samba clubs of Lapa. There are no meals included on this day. Overnight stay at hotel.
|Day 13: Explore Rio
Today is a free time and perfect time to explore Rio on your own. Overnight stay at hotel.
|Day 14: Bye Bye Rio
Today your adventure of South America comes to an end. Today you will be getting back home with lots of memories. For meals breakfast shall be served.