Iguazu Falls is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular natural attractions in South America and in the world. Shared between Argentina and Brazil, this set of 250 waterfalls are surrounded by a subtropical forest, and they have well earned their place as a World Heritage Site by Unesco and as one of the natural seven wonders of the world.
The flow of water bouncing this natural wonder (over 5 billion cubic meters of water) shall cease surprised the most experienced traveler.
Those who have also known Niagara Falls and Victoria, in Zimbabwe, no doubt in qualify Iguazu as the most spectacular waterfalls in the world.
As travel experts in Iguazu, we can offer many alternatives according to your travel style, your budget and your available time. See our tour…
Patagonia is still imagined by many travelers as one of the wildest, most exotic, mysterious, unexplored and untouched corners of the Earth … and in fact it is.
Situated at the southern tip of South America it offers stunning landscapes and it is considered the pearl of the continent. Ancient glaciers that take our breath away, the endless Andes with its towering granite peaks, uninhabited lands, immense lakes of unique colors, wild rivers and remote national parks and reserves that act as nature sanctuaries for wildlife such as penguins, whales, orcas, sea lions, pumas, deer, foxes, with thousands of activities to enjoy experiences that will make your trip totally unforgettable.
Bariloche, Route 40, El Calafate, El Chalten, Torres del Paine, Puerto Natales, Ushuaia, Puerto Madryn and Peninsula Valdez are just some of the destinations in this amazing and magical piece of nature called Patagonia. See our tour…
Art, history, shopping, soccer, food, fashion, tango … The City of Buenos Aires is the most European one of South American capitals. It is a mixture of colonial, neoclassical and modern architecture that will amaze you every time you’re walking down the cozy streets of neighborhoods like San Telmo, La Boca, Palermo and Recoleta.
The locals give a special atmosphere to the city for an excellent combination of day and night life that can be felt in each of its hundreds of restaurants, pubs, bars and nightclubs. Only an hour from the City of Buenos Aires, those expecting an even greater cultural experience, they will find a completely different world in the land of the gaucho: the famous Pampas, enjoys a pleasant stay in one of the typical estancias (ranches of Argentina) and learn about folklore while enjoying a spectacular barbecues. See our tour…
SALTA & JUJUY
Salta is known as “La Linda” (The cute one) and there are many reasons to have that nickname. Located in northwestern Argentina, the region shared between Salta and Jujuy have well earned merits for the tourist region of the country with the highest growth among European travelers.
The magical combination of colonial architecture, colorful mountains, vineyards, salt flats and more indigenous local culture of the country, Salta and Jujuy make a really lovely trip and it is very different from the rest of the Argentina’s destinations.
The Quebrada de Humahuaca (World Heritage Site) to the north, the Altiplano with its salt mines and volcanoes to the west and the green Calchaquies valleys in the south will give you different alternatives to fully enjoy this region. See our tour…
Mendoza, land of sun and wine, is one of the destinations in Argentina that is growing more among foreign visitors. The wonderful combination of the Andes with the most important vineyards of Argentina, makes Mendoza is a very attractive alternative for nature lovers.
Accommodation in warehouses or rural hotels in the vineyards or in modern hotels in the city of Mendoza, give different alternatives when choosing the type of trip that everyone wants.
The Malbec (strain identified Argentinian wine in the world) and Aconcagua (highest mountain in the continent – 6962 meters) are the most outstanding attractions of Mendoza and surroundings. See our tour…
Uruguay is a small country full of charm. Just 45 minutes away from Buenos Aires, with the boat crossing in the Rio de la Plata, is located the charming and romantic city of Colonia de Sacramento. With its cobblestone streets, ancient lanterns and flower gardens; Colonia is ideal for those visiting Buenos Aires getaway.
Further north, Montevideo (capital of Uruguay) delights visitors with bohemian and history that can be breathed along its streets. The waterfront on the Rio de la Plata, is the place of choice for locals to enjoy a tasty kill the rhythm of the drums.
And finally, Punta del Este, sophisticated beach town, is chosen by visitors from around the world looking to enjoy beautiful beaches and excellent nightlife. Punta del Este is undoubtedly the most glamorous beach in South America. See our tour