Argentina / Brazil

Buenos Aires, Iguazu Tour

5 days | 4 nights
Private tour
From 810USD per person
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Tour Description

Discover Buenos Aires, South America's most popular city, and Iguazu National Park, the largest waterfall system in the world. As the Iguazu falls are located between Argentina (80%) and Brazil (20%), you will cross the border to explore this amazing place from both sides of the border.

Marvel at The Devil's Throat fall and its impressive 206-foot drop (80 metres) walk right under the cascading waters on the Brazilian side. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is also home to more than 2,000 plant species, about 400 bird species and 80 types of mammals.

Back in Buenos Aires, immerse yourself in the variety of the capital´s neighborhoods such as the picturesque La Boca with the colorful 'El Caminito' street museum, the bohemian atmosphere of San Telmo, the trendy parts of Palermo and the upmarket Recoleta, and let yourself slowly fall in love with the world capital of tango. 



Trip at a glance


BUENOS AIRES: Recoleta, Palermo, Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, La Boca, Puerto Madero & Tango show

IGUAZU FALLS: from both Argentinian and Brazilian sides

Trip details


Day 1 Arrival and southern Buenos Aires


Arrival at Ezeiza, Buenos Aires international airport. 

Meet and greet with your English-speaking private guide. 

Transfer to your hotel in the city centre (45 min). 


Discover the historical center on a guided walking tour that will take you through the emblematic Plaza de Mayo and stop for pictures in front of la Casa Rosada, the pink Presidential Palace. 

Drive to San Telmo, the city's oldest neighborhood with its many busy cafes, tango parlors and antique shops lining the cobblestone colonial streets. A neighborhood much loved by local artists and dancers. 

Take time to tango around the colorful 'El Caminito' street museum, once home to Italian immigrants. 

Stroll around Puerto Madero, a pioneer project for the rehabilitation of the city's old docks.


Free evening to discover the vibrant nightlife of the Argentinean capital. 

Overnight at your hotel in Buenos Aires. 

Day 2 Flight to Puerto Iguazu, half-day tour at Iguazu Falls in Brazil

You might need to request a visa from your home country to enter Brazil. Please check with your Embassy or Consulate at least 3 months before your trip.

Remember to bring a change of clothes and swimsuit! 


Morning transfer Buenos Aires domestic airport (30 min) and assistance with check-in. 

Direct flight to Puerto Iguazu, border city with Brazil and Paraguay (1 hour 50 min). 

Cross the Brazilian border to get to the other side of the falls (1h).


Transfer to Iguazu National Park in Brazil (45 min). 

Experience the falls from a stunning angle on the Brazilian side (half-day). 

This part of the park runs through a thicker forest with a lusher vegetation, the waters of the falls are more rugged and louder than on the Argentinean side. A close encounter with the local fauna and flora. 

Transfer to your hotel in Puerto Iguazu (45 min). 


Free evening. 

Overnight at your hotel in Puerto Iguazu. 

  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 3 Full-day tour at Iguazu Falls in Argentina

Add a thrilling jet boat tour to your day.  We advise you to wear a swimsuit and bring changing clothes as you will get to the foot of the waterfalls. 


Transfer to Iguazu National Park (30 min) on the Argentinian side, where 80% of the waterfalls are located.

Walk along a series of boardwalks to catch spectacular views of the falls and the occasional monkeys and toucans that inhabit the nearby forest.

For the adventurous traveler, speed boat rides are available (not included). Be ready to get wet as they take you to the foot of the falls. 


End with a train ride to the Devil's Throat, the tallest of all the waterfalls with a sheer 260-foot drop (80 metres).

At the end of the afternoon, transfer to Puerto Iguazu (30 min). 


Free evening. 

Overnight at your hotel in Puerto Iguazu. 

  • Breakfast at the hotel

Day 4 Buenos Aires: Recoleta, Palermo Neighborhoods


Transfer to Puerto Iguazu airport (30 min).

Direct flight to Buenos Aires (1 hour 50 min).

Arrival in the morning at Buenos Aires, transfer downtown (30 min). 


Drive through La Recoleta, one of the historical central neighborhood in Buenos Aires.

Visit La Recoleta Cemetery, home of over 6,400 graves, famous for being Eva Perón's resting place.

Drive along the exclusive Alvear Avenue and stop at the Alvear Hotel, one of the most luxurious and distinguished hotel in Argentina.

Drive to Palermo, the city's largest district and venture into the upmarket Palermo Chico and explore the fashionable streets of Palermo Soho. 


At the indicated time, transfer to a traditional Tango house where you will spend the evening (10 min).

Dinner at a tango institution followed by a 1h30 tango-show.

At about 11pm, transfer to your hotel (10 min). 

Overnight at your hotel in Buenos Aires. 

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Dinner Tango Show

Day 5 Departure

At the indicated time, transfer to Buenos Aires international airport (45 min). 

Check-in and assistance. 

  • Breakfast at the hotel

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What's included


4 nights in 3 or 4* premium hotels


Bed & Breakfast plan
4 breakfasts + 1 dinner tango show
Full board plan
4 breakfasts + 3 lunchs + 1 box lunch + 3 dinners


First category private tourist vehicule for all transfers except on day 4: shared transfers for Dinner & Tango Show


Private English-speaking guide for all visits

Entrance Fees

All entrance fees to mentioned sites

What's not included

  • Activities inside Iguazu National Park
  • Buenos Aires Tourist Tax Fee (charged by the hotel)
  • Domestic Flights:
    • Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu
    • Puerto Iguazu to Buenos Aires
  • International Flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Extra Meals
  • Drinks
  • Tips

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