Wine tasting in Mendoza, natural wonders at Iguazu Falls, urban charms in Buenos Aires
With a focus on gastronomy, natural beauty, and vibrant culture, this journey is a microcosm of Argentina itself. This eight-day itinerary takes you through the vineyards of Mendoza to the breathtaking spectacle of Iguazu Falls and the sophisticated streets of Buenos Aires, providing a well-rounded experience of Argentina's diverse offerings. Prepare for a voyage filled with tantalizing flavors, exhilarating encounters, and cultural immersion.
Who is a luxury Argentina: Wine and Waterfalls trip best for?
Travelers looking for a bit of everything at a relaxed pace. Those who are hoping to get a taste of Argentina, but prefer sipping wine with a nice view rather than scaling mountains.
Argentina: Wine and Waterfalls trip highlights
- Explore the vibrant tapestry of Argentina as you journey through its diverse destinations. Wander the historic streets of Buenos Aires, and indulge in fine wines in Mendoza. Iguazu Falls is a fitting grand finale—stand in awe at its thundering majesty, surrounded by lush rainforest.
- Begin your adventure with two nights in Buenos Aires, a city that effortlessly blends sophistication and charisma. Explore its historic landmarks, stroll through the color block streets of La Boca, and embrace the passion of tango at bustling milongas. With a private guide, delve deeper into the city's enchanting culture.
- Next, fly to Mendoza, a region renowned for world-class wines and proximity to the Andes. At Susana Balbo Winemaker's House, sip the finest vintages during private tastings and learn about the intricacies of winemaking. Explore vineyards nestled against the backdrop of the Andes mountains, and savor gourmet meals paired with exceptional wines. Mendoza's beauty and oenological delights will leave a lasting impression.
- Venture to the captivating wonder of Iguazu Falls. Witness the power and beauty of this natural spectacle as you explore the falls with your private guide from Awasi Iguazu. Immerse yourself in the dense rainforest, embark on exhilarating boat rides, and marvel at the cascading waterfalls from panoramic viewpoints.
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When is the best time to travel to Argentina?
This itinerary is focused on the Northern and Central regions of Argentina, avoiding the snowy South, so it can be enjoyed year-round. While it will be hot in the peak of the summer (December and January), and cold in the winter (July and August), spring and autumn are reliably pleasant. March is harvest season in Mendoza, and the wineries burst into activity.
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