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Gold Category Itineraries

Our Gold category trips include the best tours in each destination (usually done on private basis or in small groups), guaranteeing an exclusive first‑class and in-depth travel experience.
Additionally, airport transfers are provided on a private basis in all destinations, except in Peninsula Valdes.

Silver Category Itineraries

Our Silver category trips have different and fewer tours than our Gold category trips, sometimes with different durations of stay in some destinations.
This is a great trip option, also including first‑class tours, but is a less exclusive and comprehensive experience than our Gold category trips.

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gold Category itinerary

The Very Best and Most Exclusive Argentina Exploration Journey

  • Duration
  • Duration: 25 days / 24 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 8 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Peninsula Valdes · Ushuaia · El Calafate & El Chalten region · Bariloche · Mendoza · Iguazu Falls
  • Tours
  • 22 first‑class tours included
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Exclusive Adventures in the Best of Patagonia

  • Duration
  • Duration: 15 days / 14 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 5 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Peninsula Valdes · Ushuaia · El Calafate · Bariloche
  • Tours
  • 12 first‑class tours included
gold Category itinerary

Exploring the City of Tango, Conquering Patagonia & Enjoying a Culinary Feast at the Wine Country

  • Duration
  • Duration: 15 days / 14 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 5 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Mendoza · Bariloche · El Calafate · Ushuaia
  • Tours
  • 10 first‑class tours included
gold Category itinerary

An Exclusive Discovery Journey to Iguazu Falls & Patagonia's Unique Wildlife, Glaciers and Mountains

  • Duration
  • Duration: 14 days / 13 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 5 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Peninsula Valdes · Ushuaia · El Calafate · Iguazu Falls
  • Tours
  • 14 first‑class tours included
gold Category itinerary

City of Tango, the Mighty Iguazu Falls and the Patagonia Odyssey of Discovery

  • Duration
  • Duration: 11 days / 10 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 4 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · El Calafate · Bariloche
  • Tours
  • 10 first‑class tours included
gold Category itinerary

A Discovery Journey to the Ends of the Earth, the Patagonian Glaciers, and the Mighty Iguazu Falls

  • Duration
  • Duration: 11 days / 10 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 4 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · El Calafate · Ushuaia
  • Tours
  • 10 first‑class tours included
gold Category itinerary

An Exclusive Journey to the Patagonian Glaciers, the Mighty Iguazu Falls and the City of Tango

  • Duration
  • Duration: 8 days / 7 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 3 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · El Calafate
  • Tours
  • 8 first‑class tours included
gold Category itinerary

An Exclusive Journey to the City of Tango, the Wine Country and the Mighty Iguazu Falls

  • Duration
  • Duration: 8 days / 7 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 3 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · Mendoza
  • Tours
  • 8 first‑class tours included
silver Category itinerary

Experiencing Argentina's Wine Country, Patagonian Glaciers, Mountains and the Ends of the Earth

  • Duration
  • Duration: 12 days / 11 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 5 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Mendoza · Bariloche · El Calafate · Ushuaia
  • Tours
  • 6 first‑class tours included
silver Category itinerary

Adventures in Patagonia & the Mighty Iguazu Falls

  • Duration
  • Duration: 12 days / 11 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 5 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · Bariloche · El Calafate · Ushuaia
  • Tours
  • 7 first‑class tours included
silver Category itinerary

Exploring the Iguazu Falls & Patagonia's Unique Marine Wildlife, Glaciers and the Ends of the Earth

  • Duration
  • Duration: 11 days / 10 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 5 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Peninsula Valdes · Ushuaia · El Calafate · Iguazu Falls
  • Tours
  • 7 first‑class tours included
silver Category itinerary

From the Patagonian Lakes & Glaciers Region to the Mighty Iguazu Falls

  • Duration
  • Duration: 10 days / 9 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 4 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · El Calafate · Bariloche
  • Tours
  • 6 first‑class tours included
silver Category itinerary

Land of Fire, Glaciers, Waterfalls & Tango

  • Duration
  • Duration: 9 days / 8 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 4 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · El Calafate · Ushuaia
  • Tours
  • 5 first‑class tours included
silver Category itinerary

The Mighty Iguazu Falls, the Imposing Patagonian Glaciers & the City of Tango

  • Duration
  • Duration: 7 days / 6 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 3 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · El Calafate
  • Tours
  • 4 first‑class tours included
silver Category itinerary

The City of Tango, Wine Country and Iguazu Falls Experience

  • Duration
  • Duration: 7 days / 6 nights
  • Destinations
  • You visit 3 destinations:
    Buenos Aires · Iguazu Falls · Mendoza
  • Tours
  • 4 first‑class tours included

Featured Destination:
El Calafate (The Glaciers Region)

  • See icebergs of incredible shapes and sizes while you navigate to the second largest glacier in South America, in El Calafate
The Glaciers National Park in El Calafate, declared "Mankind’s Natural Heritage site" by the United Nations, is the largest ice mantle in the world after Antarctica, and the third largest fresh water reserve on the planet!
Prepare to discover your inner adventurer, as you explore and trek over one of the world’s mo ...
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See other suggested destinations:
» Buenos Aires (City of Tango)
» Iguazu Falls (Selected by 100 Million Voters as One of the "New 7 Wonders of Nature")
» Bariloche (Patagonia's Natural Beauty)
» Ushuaia (Ends of the Earth)
» Mendoza (Wines, Rock Giants & Adventure)
» Peninsula Valdes (Marine Wildlife Sanctuary)
» Patagonia Region (Nature's Last Refuge)

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Ellen & Donald Bloch

(Boston, Massachusetts, United States)

"Fred, with his impeccable planning and execution, helped give us a trip that exceeded all expectations."

"Fred provided us with his amazing travel booklet that was packed full of information."

"Fred provided excellent, knowledgeable guides both on the group and private tours."

Ellen & Donald visited: Buenos Aires, Peninsula Valdes, El Calafate, Iguazu Falls and Mendoza.
This was their first trip to Argentina.

TRIP REVIEW OF ELLEN & DONALD BLOCH

"In mid October we traveled to Argentina, the land of the spectacular waterfalls, mountains, glaciers, wildlife, tango, food and wine. The Country has it all! But the two of us, who have had the opportunity to do a lot of traveling, were especially impressed by Exploration Journeys, explicitly Fred,who with his impeccable planning and execution helped give us a trip that exceeded all expectations.

With his prompt attention in helping us devise our perfect itinerary, providing us with his amazing travel booklet that was packed full of information, and assuring us, that if we needed any help during our travels, he was only a phone call away, Fred gave us a stress free vacation.We actually thought of him as our phantom travel companion!

We really enjoyed touring the Country. Argentina is truly beautiful and Fred provided excellent, knowledgeable guides both on the group and private tours. On the private tours where we had our own guides for two or three days, we became so friendly with them that we actually felt sad when we had to say our goodbyes.

In the beginning of our trip we spent four days in Buenos Aires, enjoying the city, with another three days at the end. Upon our return there, we were greeted by the hotel staff, who said "Welcome Home!" We indeed did feel right at home in a Country where we had never been, and unfortunately did not know the language, but because of the care we received from Fred, and because of the excellent reception we received wherever we went, we were always made to feel welcome. Loved Argentina and Exploraion Journeys!"

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ELLEN & DONALD'S BOOKED TRIP ITINERARY

Buenos Aires

DAY 1: YOU ARRIVE IN BUENOS AIRES

(staying for 3 nights, with 3 tours included)

Flight arrival in Buenos Aires, Argentina!

Welcome at the airport and transfer with private vehicle and guide to your hotel.

Images of Buenos Aires: European Heritage and Latin American Passion (private tour)

Buenos Aires has been chosen for 3 consecutive years (2014, 2015 and 2016) as the #1 best destination to visit in South America by millions of Trip Advisor users in their “Traveler’s Choice” contest...and rightfully so. This cosmopolitan, vibrant, and sophisticated city, commonly called the “Paris of Latin America,” is the best place in the world to enjoy a first-class tango show and to eat some of the tastiest steak accompanied by the celebrated Argentine Malbec wine.

Our expert “porteño” (as locals are called) guide will take you on a cultural journey, where you’ll get to know the most iconic neighborhoods and highlights in the city. This tour is also a great opportunity to learn from your expert tour guide the needed information and tips to make the most of your free time in the city.

This is a private 3 hour tour.

This tour is done in the afternoon.

DAY 2: BUENOS AIRES

Free day to relax and enjoy your own explorations.

DAY 3: BUENOS AIRES

The Woman Behind the Myth: Discovering the Real Evita (private tour)

Every nation has its heroes... those who leave an enduring mark in history, and even up to present day. For many Argentines, Eva Perón (also known as Evita), was such a hero. Serving as First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952, she was wife to powerful political leader and 3-time Argentine President, Juan Domingo Perón; as well as a key figure to understanding the development of the most important and influential political and social movements in Argentine history: Peronismo.

Evita was key in establishing women’s suffrage in Argentina (voting was reserved for men only) and greatly influenced the drafting and approval of workers’ rights legislation, which was practically nonexistent until then. She also spearheaded high-profile social welfare initiatives. On the other hand, she was ferociously aggressive against the wealthy minority, which earned her the passionate hate of Argentine landowners and industrialists. With that kind of staying political power, Evita has definitely earned her place among the country’s most influential legends. She was a powerful woman, during a time when women were supposed to remain silent.

On this intriguing Evita tour, our expert guide will take us to the sites that explain the political and cultural conflicts brought about by the emergence of Eva Perón; her political performance, her untimely death at the age of 33, and the continuity of her myth, even today.

This is a 3-hour private tour.

DAY 4: LAST DAY IN BUENOS AIRES

Jewish Life & Heritage in Buenos Aires (private tour)

The community is the largest in Latin America and the 7th largest in the world. Today, Buenos Aires’ Jewish heritage remains very much preserved. Our Jewish guide will introduce you to some of the unique features of Buenos Aires’ Jewish culture and heritage.

We’ll explore the traditional Jewish neighborhood of “Once”. This neighborhood is Buenos Aires’ version of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, and previously bustled with yiddishkeit: Jewish cafes, theatres, a Yiddish press, Jewish schools and businesses.

We will also visit what is arguably the most ornate synagogue in Argentina, and also oldest one, dating back to 1897: the Libertad synagogue, built in an impressive fusion of Romantic and Byzantine styles.

We’ll also visit the other important Jewish institutions like the site of the new AMIA building, the Jewish Community Center that was bombed by terrorists in 1994 and rebuilt in 1999.

This is a 3-hour private tour.

Transfer in private vehicle to Buenos Aires Airport.

Peninsula Valdes

DAY 4: YOU ARRIVE IN PENINSULA VALDES

(staying for 3 nights, with 4 tours included)

Flight arrival in Trelew. Transfer in group vehicle to your hotel in Puerto Madryn.

Transfer to your hotel in Puerto Madryn with group vehicle.
This is a free day for you to enjoy on your own. You can relax at your hotel, visit downtown or arrange with our guide any additional activity for your free time (depending on your flight arrival time).

DAY 5: PENINSULA VALDES

Peninsula Valdes’ Unique Marine Fauna Heaven

Peninsula Valdes is one of the largest marine wildlife reserves in the entire world, and a prime spot for viewing a diverse collection of wildlife. It was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO because of its global significance as a marine wildlife refuge for several threatened species.

The scenic Peninsula Valdes, where arid landscapes contrast with the blue crystalline sea, is home to an important breeding population of the endangered southern Right Whale (whale season takes place from June to early December), southern sea lions, orcas (also known as “killer whales”), Magellanic penguins (penguin season is from mid-September to early April), as well as the largest continental colony of southern elephant seals in the entire world. National Geographic listed the Peninsula Valdes as one of the 10 best places in the world for whale-watching.

The inner part of the peninsula boasts rheas, guanacos (American Llama), hairy armadillos, ostriches and maras (very similar to hares). A high diversity and range of birds live in the peninsula as well; at least 181 species.

This is a full-day group tour.

An up-close encounter with the giant Southern Right Whale

Learn why National Geographic lists Peninsula Valdes as one of the 10 best places in the world for whale-watching. We’ll embark on a whale-watching adventure to get up-close and personal with one of the largest mammals on Earth: the Southern Right Whale!

One of the world’s rarest species of whale, the Southern Right Whale got its name because of the nature of its personality: easy to approach, friendly, and yielding large volumes of oil; making it therefore the “right” whale to hunt!

These whales are one of the more interactive whale species as they are usually on the water’s surface, which makes for a great viewing experience. They are very safe to approach and are often curious about boats passing by. They are playful and can be seen exhibiting unique behavior such as “sailing”, where they use their elevated tails to catch the wind; “lobtailing”, slapping it on the water; “headstanding,” where they rise in a vertical position with their head high above the air; and the most exciting, “breaching” where the whale jumps out of the water spinning, and landing with a huge splash!

We will spend approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes navigating before returning to the port.

This is a group tour done on the same day as the Peninsula Valdes tour.

DAY 6: PENINSULA VALDES

An Up-Close & Personal Experience Walking among the Cute Magellanic Penguins

Get ready for a delightful encounter with some of the cutest and most charismatic creatures on the planet: the Magellanic penguins! Punta Tombo Reserve is home to the world’s largest colony of Magellanic penguins, giving you the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with over a hundred thousand of these adorable creatures, which are only found on the Falkland Islands and the coasts of Argentina and Chile.

This is a long half-day group tour (the visit to the Punta Tombo Magellanic Penguins reserve lasts 2 hours), but it’s usually combined with at least 1 other tour option in the area making it a full-day tour.

Navigating to Discover the Dazzling Acrobatics of the Panda Dolphin

Prepare to embark on a navigation adventure in the Patagonian Sea, to discover the beautiful black-and-white Panda Dolphins. Known for their playful behavior and electrifying speed, this super cute dolphin is very rare to see, as it is found in two spots on Earth: Patagonia, and near a very remote island in the Indian Ocean.

The Panda Dolphin is very active, and is frequently seen swimming rapidly on the surface and leaping from the water, while surfing the waves created by the fast-moving boats. As they love swimming close to the surface, it’s easy to see them very clearly. They love to surf on breaking waves when very close to the shore, and can perform a variety of acrobatics, including spins and twists.

This is a group tour done on the same day you do your Punta Tombo’s Magellanic Penguins tour.

DAY 7: LAST DAY IN PENINSULA VALDES

Transfer in group vehicle to Trelew airport.



You will take a flight to Buenos Aires and from there you will take another flight to El Calafate.
El Calafate

DAY 7: YOU ARRIVE IN EL CALAFATE

(staying for 3 nights, with 3 tours included)

Flight arrival in El Calafate. Welcome at airport and private transfer to your hotel.

This is a free day for you to enjoy on your own. You can relax at your hotel, visit downtown or arrange with our guide any additional activity for your free time (depending on your flight arrival time).

DAY 8: EL CALAFATE

Seven Panoramic Boardwalks of the Mighty Perito Moreno Glacier

Prepare to visit one of the world’s most awe-inspiring and unique glaciers: The Perito Moreno. This bright white ice giant showcases its mighty glory in the Patagonian Glaciers National Park, which has been declared Mankind’s Natural Heritage site by UNESCO. The park’s vast size not only gives it the distinction of being the largest ice mantle in the world, after Antarctica, but also the third largest fresh water reserve on the planet.

The Perito Moreno is of the few glaciers in the world actually growing and advancing, as opposed to the majority of the world’s glaciers, which are retreating and melting due to the effects of global warming. The ice that serenely sits above the water measures an impressive 262 feet (80 meters), which is just about the height of a 25-story building! And while that’s an incredibly large size for the human eye to take in, consider that this measurement is only 15% of the glacier’s total height. Five times more ice is hidden underwater.

Our destination is the panoramic boardwalks which overlook the Perito Moreno Glacier. Here, amidst the backdrop of the majestic, snow-capped Andes, you’ll find yourself immersed in an unforgettable glacier experience, while enjoy amazing picture-taking opportunities from the seven panoramic balconies facing the front of the glacier.

While the glacier itself is definitely the main attraction, the park also boasts remarkable scenery as well as glacial streams, small lagoons, crevasses, gullies, and plenty of ice formations that’ll dazzle the eye, surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Andes Mountain range, lakes and forest areas.

This is a full-day group tour.

The Mighty Perito Moreno Glacier Close-up Navigation Experience

Take in the sheer size and beauty of the Perito Moreno Glacier as it towers before you, from an exciting close-up perspective, as we cruise across the pristine waters of the Rico Branch of the Argentino Lake, which borders the Southern wall of the Perito Moreno Glacier.

The sheer magnitude of the southern wall alone is a humbling and inspiring sight. We’ll be stopping about 985 feet (300 meters) away from the southern wall of the glacier for some epic picture-taking opportunities that will showcase the grand scale and beauty of the glacier.

This will be definitely a different perspective from what you experience on the panoramic boardwalks.

This navigation is a 1-hour group tour done on the same day you do the Perito Moreno Glacier tour.

DAY 9: EL CALAFATE

Icy Blue Giants: Navigate the Largest Patagonian Glaciers and take the most Awe-inspiring Glacier Photos (in boat’s VIP section)

Hop aboard as we embark on a discovery journey to admire the second largest glacier in South America: the Upsala, as well as other Patagonian ice giants only accessible by boat. The glaciers’ grandness is imposing, and their color remarkable: ranging from pure white to shades of dark blue. We’ll get comfortable in our seats, inside the exclusive VIP cabin on the upper floor of our ship, where we’ll experience better panoramic views with superior comfort and service.

On our way to the Upsala Glacier, we’ll enjoy great photo opportunities while we see icebergs of incredible and diverse shapes and sizes.

This is a full-day group tour and includes lunch at VIP boat cabin, including water, soft drinks, wine and beer.

DAY 10: LAST DAY IN EL CALAFATE

Transfer in private vehicle to El Calafate airport.



You will take a flight to Buenos Aires and from there you will take another flight to Iguazu.
Iguazu Falls

DAY 10: YOU ARRIVE IN IGUAZU

(staying for 2 nights, with 1 tour included)

Flight arrival in Iguazu.

Transfer to your hotel. This is a free day for you to enjoy on your own. You can relax at your hotel, visit downtown or arrange with our guide any additional activity for your free time (depending on your flight arrival time).

DAY 11: IGUAZU

Witness the Unique Power & Might of the Iguazu Falls from the Argentine Side (private tour)

“You might have seen the photos. Even read about it. You might have visited other great waterfalls before. But you probably still have no idea what to expect when you come face to face with the almighty Iguazu Falls,” stated CNN in their article “Iguazu Falls: Why this natural wonder should be on everyone’s bucket list". To put that into perspective, Iguazu Falls is nearly twice as tall as Niagara Falls and nearly three times as wide. The late U.S. First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt, was reportedly so impressed by the sight of Iguazu Falls that she exclaimed “Poor Niagara!”

In 1984, Iguazu Falls became a UNESCO World Heritage Site; and in 2011, it was selected as one of the 7 winners of the “New Seven Wonders of Nature” worldwide competition in which more than 100 million votes were cast.

Their size and scale are unlike any other waterfall on Earth. Made up of a system of 275 waterfalls, they have a staggering water flow of up to almost 3.5 million gallons (13 million liters) per second – enough to fill five Olympic swimming pools!

Unlike Niagara Falls, which is surrounded by developments such as casinos, a revolving restaurant, and coffee shops, Iguazu Falls are located within one of the few remaining inland rainforests in South America, the Atlantic rainforest, which is a haven for more than 2,000 plant species, about 400 birds species, and 80 types of mammals!

This is a full-day private tour.

DAY 12: LAST DAY IN IGUAZU

Transfer with private vehicle to Iguazu airport.



Your flight from Iguazu to Mendoza has 1 stop in Salta, but you continue to Mendoza in the same plane (no change of aircraft).
Mendoza

DAY 12: YOU ARRIVE IN MENDOZA

(staying for 3 nights, with 2 tours included)

Flight arrival in Mendoza. Welcome at airport and private transfer to your hotel.

This is a free day for you to enjoy on your own. You can relax at your hotel, visit downtown or arrange with our guide any additional activity for your free time (depending on your flight arrival time).

DAY 13: MENDOZA

Scenic Mendoza’s High-mountain Ride and The Stone Sentinel (private tour)

It’s time to hit the road as we take a scenic drive through Mendoza’s picturesque high mountain landscape, where we’ll wind our way across valleys, flat lowlands, streams, rivers, and foothills before taking on the highest peaks of the Cordillera de los Andes Mountain Range.

You’ll witness the unique architecture of nature with the natural Puente del Inca land bridge and all of its intriguing colors; as well as marvel at the sight of the highest peak in the world outside of Asia: Aconcagua, also known as the “Stone Sentinel.”

With so much panoramic beauty to behold, this road trip will definitely be a feast for your eyes and your camera!

This is a full-day private tour.

DAY 14: MENDOZA

Savoring First-class Wines in Mendoza’s Central Region (private tour)

Over the past 20 years, there has been a revolution in the Argentine wine industry, driven partly by the success of one grape that, in many countries, is used only for mixing – the rich, velvety Malbec. Dense and dark, with full-body richness that few other grapes can mimic, the Argentine Malbec varietal has become all the rage in the United States, and is increasing in popularity among other countries as well. 94% of restaurants in the top ten wine markets in the US feature Malbec on their wine lists, according to a 2010 survey on Wine Spectator magazine.

Enjoy an exclusive wine tasting experience as you take in the taste of first-class Argentine wines, and visit some of the most prestigious wineries in Mendoza. Located at the foothills of the Andes mountain range, in the shadow of Mount Aconcagua, the vineyards in Mendoza are planted at some of the highest altitudes in the world; with the average site located anywhere between 2000 and 3600 feet (600 to 1100 meters) above sea level This allows winemakers to plant at exactly the right altitude for each grape variety to ripen perfectly. Argentina is the fifth wine producer in the world, and with over a thousand active wineries accounting for more than 70% of Argentina’s wine production, Mendoza is considered the heart of the Argentine winemaking industry.

Guided by a local oenologist (wine expert), you’ll enjoy touring the facilities of three wineries, while getting a close-up look at the process of wine-making, and of course tasting their wines.

This is a full-day private tour and includes gourmet lunch with wine tasting at a Mendoza winery.

DAY 15: LAST DAY IN MENDOZA

Private transfer to Mendoza airport to take your flight.

Buenos Aires

DAY 15: YOU ARRIVE IN BUENOS AIRES

(staying for 2 nights, with 1 tour included)

Arrival in Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel in private vehicle.

DAY 16: BUENOS AIRES

Passion and Beauty: an Authentic and Exclusive World-class Tango Experience

We invite you to live it up with a night of passion, charm, and sensuality as you enjoy an exclusive and world-class Tango experience at Gala Tango.

This is one of the most exclusive Tango shows in Buenos Aires, and has been enjoyed by great artists from around the world the likes of Madonna and Sting. The show also includes a brief but exciting display of some of the unique features of Argentine folklore.

Located on a small cobblestone street in the historic neighborhood of San Telmo, Gala Tango is beautifully decorated with French style architecture reminiscent of the 1930s. The building’s high ceilings and crystal chandeliers will make you feel as though you have traveled back in time to the “Golden Age of Tango,” while the small size of the theatre allows for a more exclusive experience than that of a regular tango shows. Tango is a universe onto itself as it creates a multi-layered marriage of music, dance, singing and poetry.

You will enjoy seeing world-class singers, musicians, and dancers (some winners of Tango World Championships were dancers of Gala Tango!).

The Argentine folklore portion of the show includes traditional costumes, and a mesmerizing boleadoras show performed by the show’s very own gaucho! A gaucho is the Argentinean equivalent of a North American cowboy, and the boleadoras are a traditional throwing weapon (made of weights on the ends of interconnected cords, and used to capture animals by entangling their legs).

This tour includes group transfers and dinner with non-alcoholic beverages & wine.

DAY 17: BUENOS AIRES

Transfer from your hotel to Ezeiza International Airport in private vehicle.

We look forward to welcoming you again in Argentina!

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