Independent tours are a good way to travel when you want to relax and enjoy the company of your friends and family. These tours operate on a daily basis with a minimum of 2 passengers and are ideal for the travelers who like the freedom of more flexibility. Guests may also join larger groups for various day tours, dependent on the destination.
Multiculturalism has made Malaysia as eclectic and surprising as its geographical diversity. Festivals, food and a happy, laid back attitude define the national identity. This itinerary explores the best of Malaysia from the towering skyscrapers of Kuala Lumpur to the historic city of Malacca, the tea plantations in the Cameron Highlands, and the exotic island of Penang.
Arrive in Buenos Aires and explore this iconic gem of South America. Visit some of the city’s most historical neighborhoods before taking Tango lessons in its country of origin. Depart for Salta and explore its streets, churches, and colonial buildings. Travel to Salinas Grandes, the world’s third largest salt flats before visiting Puerto Iguazu, one of Seven Wonders of the Natural World. Explore the world-famous Iguazu Falls on the Brazilian side before returning to Buenos Aires.
Start in Buenos Aires with an informative panorama tour and learn to Tango where it originated. Then travel South to Patagonia. Start in Chile in Ushuaia where you will board your 5 day/4-night cruise on the Stella Australis cruise ship bound for Punta Arenas in Argentina. View the pristine landscapes, fjords, and glaciers.
This tour starts in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires and then travels to both sides of Patagonia. You will first visit Ushuaia in Chile with a boat trip in the Beagle channel where you can see sea lions, fur seals, and penguins. The tour then travels East to El Calafate in Argentina where you can gaze in wonder at the Perito Moreno Glacier.
Discover Plaza de Mayo, the historic square in Buenos Aires before visiting its charming neighborhoods and taking an immersive Tango lesson. Visit Los Antiguos, a town near the border with Chile and walk through the desolate and barren landscape. Cross the border and arrive in Chile Chico to see high mineral formations: the Marble Cathedral, Marble Chapel and Marble Cave. Explore Patagonia’s mountains, lagoons, glaciers, and historic archaeological sites; considered by many as one of the most fascinating experiences on the planet.
Explore the best of Argentina. In Patagonia, visit Bariloche, known for its beautiful lake scenery and Argentina’s best chocolate. Gaze in wonder at the Perito Moreno Glacier and visit one of the Seven Modern wonders of the Natural World, Iguazu Falls.
Puerto Madryn is sheltered by Peninsula Valdes and Punta Ninfas on the Patagonian coast. This gateway to the attractions in Patagonia is bordered by beaches. On the Peninsula, see sea lions and penguins. The tour then travels to Ushuaia in Chile and Tierra del Fuego National Park. Travel to El Calafate in Argentina to view the magnificent Perito Moreno Glacier.
Visit the Triangle of Argentina: Buenos Aires, Patagonia, and Iguazu Falls. Start in Buenos Aires where you will explore the city and take a Tango lesson. Travel south to pristine, beautiful Patagonia where you will visit the UNSECO Natural Heritage Site of Perito Moreno Glacier. Then travel to border shared with Brazil and Paraguay to witness the impressive Iguazu Falls.
Begin your Argentinean sojourn in Buenos Aires, the country’s historic capital. Visit its charming squares and neighborhoods and take an immersive tango lesson. Depart for the Valdes Peninsula, a UNESCO Natural Heritage Site and see a penguin colony before leaving for Punta Norte to see sea lions. Arrive in Ushuaia, Argentina’s world-renowned resort town and visit the Tierra Del Fuego National Park. From glaciers to gorges and salt flats, witness Argentina’s incredible nature with this 15-day itinerary.