Awe-inspiring Argentina & Brazil escape with Iguazú Falls stay

Buenos Aires, Iguazú Falls, Rio de Janeiro & Buzios

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Ipanema Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

San Telmo Cathedral, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mérit San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, Argentina

San Telmo Neighbourhood, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mérit San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mérit San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Congress Building, Buenos Aires, Argentina

La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Igauzú Falls

Mérit Iguazú, Puerto Iguazú

Mérit Iguazú, Puerto Iguazú

Mérit Iguazú, Puerto Iguazú

Toucan, Iguazú Falls

Iguazú Falls

South American Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

South American Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Selaron Steps, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

South American Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

South American Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

South American Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Sugar Loaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Pontal Da Ferradura, Búzios, Brazil

Pontal Da Ferradura, Búzios, Brazil

Brazil

Brazil

Pontal Da Ferradura, Búzios, Brazil

Pontal Da Ferradura, Búzios, Brazil

Pontal Da Ferradura, Búzios, Brazil

Rasa Beach, Brazil

Stroll the sensual streets of Buenos Aires and Rio, be stunned by the potent Iguazú Falls and beach yourself in Buzios on an incredible South American escapade - with tours and travel

No jet-setter is worth their salt until they've shimmied along the catwalk streets of Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro - South America's most sultry of urban hotspots where appearance is pivotal. Blast this fiesty urban scene with the roaring gush of Iguazú Falls - a UNESCO World Heritage Site that knocks Niagara out of the ballpark - and sizzle on the Brazilian beaches in Buzios, and you have a dream-fulfilling adventure of a lifetime.

Your journey begins in the crumbling streets of San Telmo, the Buenos Aires neighbourhood that has the melancholic tales of tango running through its veins. You'll head out on a tour to see fabulous key city sights, from the pink cake-like Casa Rosada where a coiffed Eva Perón used to wave to adoring crowds from the balcony, to the gritty La Boca port area where immigrants originally docked, and the green spaces and edgy boutiques of Palermo. After a day at leisure in the capital and an optional evening watching tango, you'll fly north to the balmy climes of the Argentina-Brazil border and the wondrous wall of water that is Iguazú Falls.

The magnitude of this natural phenomenon is hard to digest, even when faced with the cacophony of noise that booms out from the backdrop of tropical jungle bejewelled with colourful, butterflies, birds and flowers. You'll take in the unforgettable sight from both the Argentine and Brazilian sides, before you hop on a plane again and land in Rio de Janeiro. Your next few days will be spent drinking fruity numbers and swaying to the sounds of samba in Rio's urban-beach paradise.

Staying just two blocks from Copacabana Beach, you're all set for beach chilling and city sightseeing. You'll be driven up to the summit of the famous Corcovado mountain to hang out with the giant benevolent Christ that keeps an eye on the city from high above and you'll also have the chance to go on another tour that shows you the Sambadrome carnival hub and the spectacular view from atop Sugarloaf Mountain.

Finally, you’ll wind down in Buzios, the chic peninsula beach resort that Brazilians and Argentines alike flock to for some tantalising rays, diving, snorkelling and more. After surfing the ocean on a schooner for a spate of exquisite beach-hopping, spend the rest of your time at leisure, soaking up the wonderful atmosphere of the ‘St Tropez of Brazil’ before dining on exquisite local cuisine. 


Good to know

Please note that your outbound/inbound flight may be overnight, so please bear this in mind when planning the time you'll be away for.

Please also note that at the time of booking, your name must be filled out exactly as per your passport (including any middle names). This is in order to accurately book flights and for any required visa invitation letters.

This holiday allows you to spread the cost of your break by paying only the deposit upfront. The remaining balance is due at a later date and is to be paid directly to the holiday supplier (the exact date will be stated on your booking confirmation).

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Beach Flights Long-haul Scenery Sightseeing Multiple Destinations

Highlights

  • Tangoing your way through Buenos Aires
  • Hearing and seeing the epic thunder of Iguazú Falls
  • Doing an essential photoshoot at the heels of the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio
  • Posing on the unspoiled golden beaches of Buzios – the perfect way to end a spellbinding South America adventure

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