This tour will have you dancing to the beat of Brazil, before indulging in a taste of Argentina

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At a glance

This is a lively journey, incorporating the renowned energy and passion of both Brazil and Argentina. After a full day tour of arguably the most vibrant city in the world, Rio de Janeiro, taking you to the iconic Christ the Redeemer, Sugar Loaf Mountain, and an array of its beautiful beaches, you’ll enjoy a Sumba class to truly get you dancing to the beat of Brazil’s drum.

You’ll then fly inland into the glorious natural world that lines both Brazil and Argentina, and enjoy a visit to both sides of Iguassu Falls, before enjoying an exhilarating boat ride down the Iguazu River where you’ll experience the thunderous yet awe-inspiring cascades up close.

Next, you’ll head over to Buenos Aires where you’ll spend the final three nights of the trip. Here you’ll enjoy a tour of the colourful and history rich districts which gave this city the moniker The Paris of South America.

After soaking up the atmosphere of this beautiful city, you’ll grab a partner by the hand to step in time to a tantalising tango class, in a local Confitería. Before you know it, you will have worked up an exceptional appetite. So there really is not better way to end your journey than with an indulgent exploration of traditional Argentinian Cuisine.

Example trip itinerary

Days 1 - 4

Rio de Janeiro

Flights & transfers


Private transfer to your hotel in Rio de Janeiro

Accommodation in Rio de Janeiro

Days in Rio de Janeiro Days in Rio de Janeiro

Spending your days in the heady 'Marvellous City' you can explore and enjoy Rio de Janeiro at your leisure. Brazil's second largest city, it is often mistaken as its capital, for the richness of its culture found here. Explore the colourful streets which host the famous annual carnival of this exceptionally beautiful city. Enjoy the breathtaking views from atop the Corcovado mountain just underneath the shade of Christ the Redeemer, or stroll the famed Copacabana beach that sets this city apart from any other. With man made sights of significance such as the stadium of Maracanã and sites of natural beauty such as Sugar Loaf Mountain, there is plenty to fill your time and make your stay in Rio de Janeiro one to remember.

Private full day tour of Rio de Janeiro Private full day tour of Rio de Janeiro

You will be met at your hotel by your expert, English-speaking Carioca guide and a private vehicle will be waiting to start your city tour of Rio. Your guide will tailor the tour to how you wish, taking into account your pace and preference. Enjoy a tour of the Santa Teresa neighbourhood, often referred to as the Montmartre of Rio, set into the hills close to the centre of town, which still retains a rich cultural atmosphere of art, music and history. Then head over to the historic centre of Rio where your guide will escort you through the narrow 19th century streets at your required pace, stopping at the magnificent Baroque churches and the ruins of the old port from where most of Brazil’s gold left for its long journey to Europe. Next you will choose between visiting Christ the Redeemer or Sugar Loaf mountain, Rio’s most famous attractions. At 710 metres above the centre on the Corcovado hill, the statue of Christ is surrounded by wide, open terraces from where you get unbeatable vistas of the city's impressive littoral, the southern neighborhoods of Copacabana and Ipanema, the Lagoon, the Sugar Loaf and the town of Niterói. Sugar Loaf mountain is a massive granite rock, 396 metres tall, is one of the city’s most emblematic landmarks, adorning many a postcard.

Samba class Samba class

Enjoy a Samba Class at the same property. Samba is the national dance of Brazil, a high energy latin dance, known most commonly from the dancers at Rio carnival. Some of Brazil's best samba dancers will teach you some basic samba moves that you will be able to use later that day.

Flights & transfers


Private transfer to Rio de Janeiro airport


Flight to Iguassu Falls


Private transfer from Iguassu airport to your hotel

Days 4 - 6

Iguassu Falls

Accommodation in Iguassu Falls

Two nights by Iguassu Falls Two nights by Iguassu Falls

Enjoy this stunning natural wonder of the world. Most of our clients choose our full day private tour of the Falls with one of our expert guides, however we do offer variations on this to include boat safaris or hikes through the surrounding national park. We can arrange for kayaking trips, canopy zipline adventures, specialist hiking trails, bird watching and much more, so please speak to our travel designers about exactly how you'd like to spend your time here.

Private tour to Iguassu Falls Argentinean side including boat trip Private tour to Iguassu Falls Argentinean side including boat trip

A stunning tour of Iguassu, where you get a chance to really get up close to the falls.

Your guide will pick you up from your hotel and bring you by private vehicle to the entrance of the park on the Argentinian side. You'll then be taking the rest of the tour mainly on foot. Exploring the various wooden walk ways that lead through the national park close up to the many chutes of the falls.

One of the most spectacular sites of the falls is the 'devil's throat' which sees the largest flow of water. In order to visit the Devil’s Throat, the visitor must board the train at the Main Station or at the Cataratas Station, close to the Upper Circuit. For those who love trekking there is the one-kilometre-long Sendero Verde (Green Trail) that connects the Visitors Centre to the Cataratas Station and to the Upper Circuit.

Once you are at the Devil’s Throat Station you will have to walk for 1.100 meters on a flat catwalk built over the Upper Iguassu River. This catwalk crosses several islands. Once you get to the end of the catwalks, you will be surprised by a strategic lookout point resting on the side of the gorgeous Devil’s Throat.

Iguassu Falls Brazil
Free time on the Brazilian side of the falls Free time on the Brazilian side of the falls

You will enjoy free time to walk along the path to see the spectacular view of Iguassu Falls at Brazilian side. It takes only 20 minutes to walk from Hotel Das Cataratas to the lookout point of the falls.

Flights & transfers


Private transfer from your hotel to Iguassu airport


Flight to Buenos Aires


Private transfer to your hotel in Buenos Aires

Days 6 - 9

Buenos Aires

Accommodation in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Morning
Three nights in Buenos Aires Three nights in Buenos Aires

Spend your time relaxing and exploring this wonderful city. You have our top recommendations for activities, restaurants and shopping so that you can make the most of your time here.

Remember we can always organise one of our privately-guided tours (history, culture, art...) to more specialist excursions such as personal shopping trips, helicopter tours, wine tasting and tango lessons. Feel free to discuss your options with your travel designer.

Four Balconies city tour Four Balconies city tour

Your guide will meet you at your hotel and take you on a fascinating half-day private tour of the elegant turn-of-the-century districts that earned Buenos Aires the soubriquet of the Paris of South America. Including a trip to La Boca district in the South and then up to the charming cobbled alleys and colonial architecture of San Telmo. Along to the Plaza de Mayo, up the leafy Avenida de Mayo towards the imposing grandeur of the Palace of Congress and then on to the historically fascinating Recoleta Cemetery, you will discover the facts, stories and anecdotes that make up the colourful tapestry of the history of Buenos Aires.

Evening Tango Lesson and Milonga Evening Tango Lesson and Milonga

Visit to a group class, shared with locals, and a Milonga (a tango bar frequented by local dancers) to further practice the first steps of this sensual dance forever synonymous with the city. First head to a local tango club or confiteria (coffee shop) to share a one hour tango class with locals, suitable to different levels and experiences. After that there will be some free time to have a bite to eat, followed by a milonga, a term for a place or an event where tango is danced, attended by milongueros.

Alejandro Frango - Half day introduction to Argentine cuisine Alejandro Frango - Half day introduction to Argentine cuisine

Enjoy a half day introduction to the culinary traditions of Argentina first on a tour of the art deco Mercado del Progresso, a local market rarely visited by tourists in the charming small Buenos Aires neighbourhood, Caballito. Here, learn about the cuts of meat, wine, fruit, cheese and other daily products and how they are bought and sold. Following the market tour, sit down for a fun lunch at a small but fantastic restaurant little known to newcomers.

Flights & transfers


Private transfer to Buenos Aires International Airport

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