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    Buenos Aires

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    44.5 Million

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    1,073,518 sq mi

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    Argentine Peso

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    Time Zone

    UTC -3

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    No Visa Required

Patagonia Highlights – Argentina & Chile With Fjords Cruise
13 Days

Prices from $ per person

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.

South America in Luxury
11 Days

Prices from $5,255 per person

Offering the best of three of the most popular South American destinations, this itinerary is the perfect way to get a feel of Brazil, Argentina and Chile, all in one trip. Begin your tour in Rio de Janeiro, home to the bluest skies in the world, as well as Christ The Redeemer, one of the Seven Wonders of The World. Explore the Iguassu Falls, the capital cities of Buenos Aires and Santiago, before ending your trip in Vina del Mar, Chile’s luxurious beach resort town.

Spectacular Iguassu Falls
3 Days

Prices from $745 per person

Designated as a World Heritage Area by UNESCO, the Iguassu Falls are truly a wonder of world. Walking tours encompass both the Brazilian and Argentine sides of the falls with the opportunity to savor the splendors from every angle.

Surprising Salta, Jujuy & Iguazu Falls
10 Days

Prices from $ per person

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.

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