Stand on Eva Peron’s balcony, watch the Tango danced in the street and eat delicious steak with a hearty Malbec in Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires.  Explore the stunning sapphire blue lakes and gentle mountains in the Lake District in Northern Patagonia and cross between Brazil and Argentina when visiting the iconic and awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls. These wonderful 8 days pack a lot in and give you a great perspective on this beautiful Latin American country.


  • ​Explore Buenos Aires; the ‘Paris of Latin America’
  • Enjoy incredible views over the Nahuel Huapi National Park
  • Visit the impressive Iguazu Falls and gaze into the Devils Throat 


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Destination Expert Charlie Lockwood


Latin America Specialist


  1. Arrive
  2. Day 1 Arrive Buenos Aires

    Arrive into Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires, aka the ‘Paris of Latin America’.  Home to the effortlessly stylish ‘porteños’, this beautiful cosmopolitan city is full of European splendor, magnificent architecture and a delicious and dynamic food scene. Check into the charming Brick Hotel Buenos Aires and enjoy a well-earned drink before heading out for dinner.  

    Overnight: The Brick Hotel Buenos Aires

  3. Day 2 Buenos Aires

    Spend the day exploring at your own pace.  A visit to the city’s heart, the Plaza de Mayo, lined with stately 19th century buildings and famous for Eva Peron’s iconic balcony entrance, is a must.  Also worthy of being high on the list is a wander through the lively neighbourhood of La Boca, where the colourful street art and quirky vibe provides the perfect atmosphere for roadside Tango displays. 

    Overnight: The Brick Hotel Buenos Aires

  4. Day 3 Buenos Aires to Bariloche

    Fly south west from Buenos Aires to Bariloche in the heart of the Lake District in Northern Patagonia and head to the El Casco Art Hotel.  Perched on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi with stunning views over the lake and Mount Otto beyond, El Casco is home to hundreds of private pieces of art from Argentinean sculptors and painters.  Upon arrival unwind with a reviving swim before enjoying a fabulous dinner as the sun sets behind the spectacular caerulean backdrop. 

    Overnight: El Casco Art

  5. Day 4 Bariloche

    Highlights today include a gentle hour-long hike to the top of Cerro Llao Llao.  More of a hill than a mountain, none-the-less it promises the most magnificent views over the surrounding hills and lakes.  During the afternoon take the two-man chairlift up to Campanario, for some immense 360˚ views of Victoria Island and the impressively intricate topography of the Nahuel Huapi National Park. 

    Overnight: El Casco Art

  6. Day 5 Bariloche

    Today is yours to map as you please.  Get out and about amongst those incredible views climbing the hills, fishing for trout, riding a mountain bike or horse, or enjoy a round of golf at the world famous Llao Llao resort.  For a more relaxed day head into Bariloche, Argentina’s chocolate capital or simply enjoy the impeccable service and elegant surroundings at El Casco.  Delve into the spa menu and enjoy the steaming super-heated swimming pool, before sitting down to a sublime dinner. 

    Overnight: El Casco Art

  7. Day 6 Bariloche to Foz de Iguazu

    Fly north to Iguazu Falls via Buenos Aires and transfer to the colonial gem Belmond Das Cataratas.  Surrounded by lush parrot-green gardens and perched on the edge of the Brazilian falls, it claims a very private and privileged view over the spectacular water display.  Unique in the high volume of water that cascades over a chain of nearly 300 individual waterfalls, some of which are up to 270 feet high and 1.7 miles wide, the Iguazu Falls, which straddles the border with Brazil is one of the planets most splendid sights. 

    Overnight: Belmond Das Cataratas

  8. Day 7 Iguazu Falls, Argentine side

    Passport at the ready, cross the border to explore the Argentine side of the falls.  Walk along the lower and upper trails amongst the toucans and butterflies, and follow the 1km long walkway to the famous Devil’s Throat, one of Iguazus’ most spellbinding cascades. Hang on tight as you stare into the loud steely abyss.

    Overnight: Belmond Das Cataratas

  9. Day 8 Depart Iguazu

    Depart from Iguazu to Buenos Aires to connect with your flight home. 

  10. Depart


  • All accommodation as stated in the itinerary.
  • Daily breakfast
  • Domestic flights 


  • International flights
  • Meals not indicated in the itinerary
  • Items of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks, gratuities (discretionary)
  • Entrance fees and excursions not specifically mentioned as included
  • Travel insurance or visa fees

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