CL3 ARGENTINA & CHILENEW SEARCH
Thundering Iguazu Falls; Opulent Buenos Aires: "Paris of the South"; Beagle Channel Cruise; Perito Moreno & Uppsala Glaciers; Exploring Torres del Paine National Park
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Fri 06 Nov 2015||Thu 26 Nov 2015||$6990|
|Fri 15 Jan 2016||Thu 04 Feb 2016||$6990|
|Fri 26 Feb 2016||Thu 17 Mar 2016||$6990|
|Fri 04 Nov 2016||Thu 24 Nov 2016||$6990|
Optional Single Supplement: $1890 (number of singles limited).
This tour may require a mandatory single supplement charge of $940, if twin-sharing accommodation is unavailable.
Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, is our first port of call on this 21-day tour of Argentina and Chile, and we give the cosmopolitan city the time it deserves as we explore the abundant bounties of the surrounding area. A perpetual reminder that it was once one of the richest countries in the world, the grand public buildings and palaces of Buenos Aires continue to stand proudly centuries after their construction, adding an air of stateliness to the colourful and varied architecture around the city. Leaving the fabulous city, we travel south to Patagonia, stopping off in various fascinating historic towns along the way, and seek to get face-to-face with spectacular wildlife that can normally only be seen in zoos, such as whales, elephant seals, sea lions and penguins. Some of the most dramatic sceneries in the world are to be found in Patagonia, and we pay a visit to arguably the finest national park in South America, Chile's Torres del Paine National Park, before checking out the bustling capital, Santiago, and spending time in numerous other places of interest.
Bette-Jean M. (Calgary, AB, CA)
I just love Laura....so outgoing always answering questions...she wanted to share so much with us...just all the tidbits of information. On the topic of history information was presented in a great learning style not just something out of a guide-book
Margaret R. (Toronto, ON, CA)
There were so many excursions we enjoyed and we appreciated the great variety. the boat rip to the glaciers had to be a highlight and the Andean Lake Crossing was a tremendous way to enter Chile. All guides were excellent and enthusiastic. Buses were all very comfortable and drivers excellent. Loved all the transportation by boat - a great way to see the mountainous country. We certainly were taken to good restaurants. The meal at the winery was outstanding. Our tour leader Victor's extensive knowledge is excellent and he gave just the right amount of information. He had great depth of presentation. We loved the trip overall and it surpassed our expectations.
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