Visions of grandeur are everywhere on this Patagonia hiking tour, from towering Andean peaks to a condor’s freewheeling arc.

Pampas stretching as far as the eye can see, ancient caves where dinosaurs left their bones – Patagonia has a timeless, boundless feel unlike anyplace else on earth. When the horizon’s this vast, it’s hard to know where to turn your gaze. Above you tower the imposing stone sentinels of Torres del Paine, while across the way dozens of condors wheel in flight and a solitary guanaco stands silhouetted on the ridgeline. Whatever your pursuit – fossil-hunting with your paleontologist guide or sharing a gaucho-style asado (barbecue) with your hosts on a 100,000-hectare working estancia; watching pink clouds of flamingoes rise from a lonely lakeshore or listening to the roar of ice slabs crashing down from the Perito Moreno Glacier – this Patagonia walking tour conjures up unforgettable visions of grandeur.

Highlights

  • Marvel at jagged mountain massifs as you walk valley and mountain trails, from “the Horns” and “the Towers” to the Baguales Mountains.
  • Spot astonishing wildlife in its natural habitat—eagles, flamingoes, guanacos, armadillos, and perhaps the elusive puma.
  • Get a glimpse of Patagonian and gaucho life during stays at traditional, working estancias.
  • Indulge in the finest Chilean and Argentinean cuisine, prepared with care using locally sourced ingredients.
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Delicious, authentic multi-course meals — virtually all are included.
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A maximum of 18 fun-loving fellow travelers to share the journey.
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Itinerary

Tue, Mar 23 to Fri, Apr 2 - 2021

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Fly to Punta Arenas, Chile

Begin your adventure by departing from a convenient gateway city in the United States or Canada. Spend your first night aloft.

Arrive in Punta Arenas, Chile

Upon arrival at Punta Arenas’ Presidente Carlos Ibáñez International Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign meets you as you exit the baggage claim area. Please note that there may be up to a 45-minute wait if there are other guests arriving within the same time frame. A complimentary small-group transfer is provided to your city center hotel approximately 25 minutes away. The remainder of the day is at your leisure (no meals included).

Country Walkers provides you with City Information that includes recommendations on what to see and do in Punta Arenas during your stay.

Estancia Olga Teresa condor viewing with waterside walk; 3 miles, easy

From Punta Arenas, a scenic one-hour transfer brings you to Estancia Olga Teresa, a nature reserve surrounded by sweeping mountain vistas. Here, you’ll embark on an easy hike into the vast, rugged Chilean landscape, past towering cliffs home to one of the largest condor rookeries in the country. The national bird of Chile, condors appear on the Chilean coat of arms, and today, you’ll witness these impressive birds in their natural habitat as they gracefully soar overhead. Your guide will provide binoculars for a closer look at the rookery.

You’ll continue your hike on a flat, circular route along the sound. Enjoy the coastal scenery as your guide explains the oceanic history of the area and the story of the first settlers. Lunch today is a Chilean barbeque, prepared and served at a farmhouse on the estancia. After lunch, you transfer about two hours to Puerto Natales, traversing a region of breathtaking beauty and pristine magnificence. Upon arrival, there’ll be ample free time to see your incredible surroundings and take advantage of the hotel’s location, perhaps admiring the black-necked swans on the Señoret Canal right outside your door. Puerto Natales is a small port town with an adventuresome feel, a legacy of its days as a center for the sheep industry. This evening, join your fellow walkers for a welcome drink and dinner.

Accommodation: Hotel Altiplanico Sur, Puerto Natales, Chile
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

5 miles, easy, 650 ft. elevation gain and loss. Rio Serrano flats; 3 – 4 miles, easy

After breakfast, you transfer to the Torres del Paine massif, just 90 minutes away. En route, stop for a fascinating walk near the Milodón Cave, named for the discovered remains of an extinct species of ground sloth that stood almost 10 feet tall. A file-mile loop walk delivers you to three different caves where the remains of other mammals and ancient humans have been found. As you explore, your guide fills you in on the area’s unique geology and ancient megafauna as well the lives of those early humans and settlers here. After a thoughtfully prepared picnic lunch, complete the drive to the edge of Torres del Paine National Park. Your small, intimate hotel crouches alongside the Rio Serrano and offers sweeping views of Patagonia’s majestic peaks.

After you settle in, join a walk along the river flats of the Rio Serrano. Leaving right from the lodge, this walk traces the Rio Nutria. Admire lovely river views and, as you make your way though some stretches of sylvan forest, enjoy sightings of fantastic birdlife, perhaps the upland goose, great grebe, and ringed kingfisher.

Accommodation: Pampa Lodge, Magallanes y la Antartica Chilena Region, Chile
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

3 miles, easy to moderate. Rio Pingo; 4 miles, easy to moderate, 600 ft. elevation gain & loss

Sunrises over the Paine massif are impossible to beat, as you’ll discover throughout your stay. Torres del Paine National Park was first brought to the world’s attention in 1880 when Scottish traveler Lady Florence Dixie chronicled her adventure here. In her book Across Patagonia, she described the three distinct torres, or towers, associated with the region as “Cleopatra’s Needles.” By some accounts, she and her fellow travelers were the first foreign tourists to lay eyes on these geological wonders.

After a hearty breakfast, head to the shores of Grey Lake, where a two-mile walk along the scenic beach starts your day off on the right foot. Continue your hike by crossing over the rushing Rio Pingo, thick with glacial sediment, before winding through an ancient forest of lenga trees (deciduous trees native to the southern Andes). The trail emerges on a rocky beach and follows a narrow spit of land crossing Grey Lake. It culminates on the tip of a peninsula offering panoramic views of the lake, icebergs, and the lake’s source, Grey Glacier. Return along the same trail and enjoy a lovely lunch at the Lago Grey Hotel, with sweeping views of the lake. After lunch, embark on an afternoon walk along the Rio Pingo.

Accommodation: Pampa Lodge
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

4.5 miles easy to moderate, 650 ft. elevation gain, 750 ft. elevation loss. Guided historical walk at Estancia Cerro Guido; 1 mile, easy

Cross the park on a one-hour drive, heading toward the eastern pampas. Lakes of turquoise and green, and the famed jagged peaks of the Torres massif, add drama and wonder to your morning. Upon arrival at the national park entrance at Porteria Sarmiento, you set out across the expansive grasslands of the park’s southern reaches, heading toward another park entrance at Laguna Amarga. This little-known walking path attracts few visitors, which makes for excellent opportunities to spot the local wildlife. Herds of guanaco reside here, and they show little fear of humans. Look to the sky to catch a glimpse of condors taking flight, or gaze to the ground to see foxes or armadillos scurrying along. With a breathtaking backdrop of the staggering Paine Massif, this is the Patagonia that you’ve dreamt of—a vast natural haven at the end of the world. You may detour about 45 minutes to view ancient cave paintings dating back some 6,000 years.

Following today’s invigorating walk, continue east toward the Patagonian steppe, stretching between the Andes and the Atlantic Ocean. Your destination is a working estancia, where you spend two nights. Sheep, horseback riders, and infinite skies might remind you of the American West, but the culture that thrives here is distinctly Chilean. A tour of the property highlights its rich history, sheep-shearing facility, horse stables, vegetable garden, and greenhouse.

Accommodation: Estancia Cerro Guido, Chile
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

4 – 5 miles, easy to moderate options

You awake this morning as the sun illuminates the towering walls of the Torres del Paine. After a hearty farm breakfast, transfer 45 minutes to Estancia La Cumbres at the Baguales Range on the border with Argentina. Today holds a special treat because you are joined by a local paleontologist. As you trace the contours of remote, pristine valleys, you learn about Patagonia’s geologic past. Various types of fossils were left behind in the surrounding hills after the Atlantic Ocean retreated thousands of years ago. Fossilized leaves, tree trunks, shellfish, and shark teeth are among the relics you might see.

Back at your overnight ranch, you’ll experience more of Patagonian farm life up close. This evening, settle in for a typical asado prepared the traditional gaucho way—lamb roasted over open coals served beneath a canopy of stars.

Accommodation: Estancia Cerro Guido
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

3 – 4 miles, easy

Travel into Argentina today. There’s a lot of land to cover, but the long transfer (approximately five hours including stops and the border crossing) gives you ample opportunity to take in the vastness of the Patagonian steppe. All in all, it’s a spectacular morning of breathtaking vistas. You head north, paralleling soaring Andean peaks, on the legendary Route 40, the longest continual road in Argentina and one of the longest in the world. Before formalities at the border of La Esperanza, there is time for a coffee and souvenir shopping. After the break, you continue on to your next lodge at the edge of Glaciers National Park, or Los Glaciares, home to one of the largest ice caps in the world. Its massive expanse feeds 47 glaciers, 13 of which flow toward the Atlantic Ocean.

A tasty, albeit, late lunch is served upon your arrival. Once you’re finished, you may choose to take a dip in the hotel’s swimming pool, sink into a leather couch in one of the elegant lounges with floor to ceiling picture windows, or join your guides on a walk from the lodge to a nearby lagoon. The lagoon’s flocks of bright pink flamingos are an astounding contrast to the muted colors of the steppe around you. Dinner this evening is served in the hotel’s elegant restaurant.

Accommodation: Eolo Lodge, El Calafate, Santa Cruz, Argentina
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

3 miles, moderate, 750 ft. elevation gain. Perito Moreno Glacier; 2 miles, easy

After breakfast, you may spend the morning as you wish. Perhaps walk right from your hotel up a Cerro Frías footpath, where astonishing views of Lago Argentino and the Andes Range unfold before you. The Paine Massif rises in the south and the stunning “needles” of Mount Fitz Roy soar up to 11,000 feet in the north. You can also see the Baguelas Range on the Chilean border. If you prefer, saddle up for a horseback riding excursion, included with your stay. Or just relax and enjoy the offerings of this 5-star property.

You depart later this afternoon for a thrilling excursion to the Perito Moreno Glacier. The timing of our visit means the day-trippers have left, so you’re able toenjoy this spectacular mammoth of nature in relative solitude. The face of the Perito Moreno is about three miles wide; it averages 240 feet in height above Lago Argentino’s surface and plunges more than 300 feet below the water. It advances more quickly than most glaciers, creaking and splitting as it goes, calving great chunks of ice into the lake. Even if you have seen other glaciers before, Perito Moreno will long linger in your memory. It’s the perfect place to end your Patagonia adventure. Tonight, enjoy a culinary feast of local specialties for your farewell dinner.

Accommodation: Eolo Lodge, El Calafate, Santa Cruz, Argentina
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Enjoy breakfast this morning and transfer to the town of El Calafate. Enjoy free time over lunch before continuing to the airport to catch your flight to Buenos Aires, where you connect with your flight home.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Thu, Mar 25 to Thu, Apr 1 - 2021

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Estancia Olga Teresa condor viewing with waterside walk; 3 miles, easy

From Punta Arenas, a scenic one-hour transfer brings you to Estancia Olga Teresa, a nature reserve surrounded by sweeping mountain vistas. Here, you’ll embark on an easy hike into the vast, rugged Chilean landscape, past towering cliffs home to one of the largest condor rookeries in the country. The national bird of Chile, condors appear on the Chilean coat of arms, and today, you’ll witness these impressive birds in their natural habitat as they gracefully soar overhead. Your guide will provide binoculars for a closer look at the rookery.

You’ll continue your hike on a flat, circular route along the sound. Enjoy the coastal scenery as your guide explains the oceanic history of the area and the story of the first settlers. Lunch today is a Chilean barbeque, prepared and served at a farmhouse on the estancia. After lunch, you transfer about two hours to Puerto Natales, traversing a region of breathtaking beauty and pristine magnificence. Upon arrival, there’ll be ample free time to see your incredible surroundings and take advantage of the hotel’s location, perhaps admiring the black-necked swans on the Señoret Canal right outside your door. Puerto Natales is a small port town with an adventuresome feel, a legacy of its days as a center for the sheep industry. This evening, join your fellow walkers for a welcome drink and dinner.

Accommodation: Hotel Altiplanico Sur, Puerto Natales, Chile
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

5 miles, easy, 650 ft. elevation gain and loss. Rio Serrano flats; 3 – 4 miles, easy

After breakfast, you transfer to the Torres del Paine massif, just 90 minutes away. En route, stop for a fascinating walk near the Milodón Cave, named for the discovered remains of an extinct species of ground sloth that stood almost 10 feet tall. A five-mile loop walk delivers you to three different caves where the remains of other mammals and ancient humans have been found. As you explore, your guide fills you in on the area’s unique geology and ancient megafauna as well the lives of those early humans and settlers here. After a thoughtfully prepared picnic lunch, complete the drive to the edge of Torres del Paine National Park. Your small, intimate hotel crouches alongside the Rio Serrano and offers sweeping views of Patagonia’s majestic peaks.

After you settle in, join a walk along the river flats of the Rio Serrano. Leaving right from the lodge, this walk traces the Rio Nutria. Admire lovely river views and, as you make your way through some stretches of sylvan forest, enjoy sightings of fantastic birdlife, perhaps the upland goose, great grebe, and ringed kingfisher.

Accommodation: Pampa Lodge, Magallanes y la Antartica Chilena Region, Chile
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

3 miles, easy to moderate. Rio Pingo; 4 miles, easy to moderate, 600 ft. elevation gain & loss

Sunrises over the Paine massif are impossible to beat, as you’ll discover throughout your stay. Torres del Paine National Park was first brought to the world’s attention in 1880 when Scottish traveler Lady Florence Dixie chronicled her adventure here. In her book Across Patagonia, she described the three distinct torres, or towers, associated with the region as “Cleopatra’s Needles.” By some accounts, she and her fellow travelers were the first foreign tourists to lay eyes on these geological wonders.

After a hearty breakfast, head to the shores of Grey Lake, where a two-mile walk along the scenic beach starts your day off on the right foot. Continue your hike by crossing over the rushing Rio Pingo, thick with glacial sediment, before winding through an ancient forest of lenga trees (deciduous trees native to the southern Andes). The trail emerges on a rocky beach and follows a narrow spit of land crossing Grey Lake. It culminates on the tip of a peninsula offering panoramic views of the lake, icebergs, and the lake’s source, Grey Glacier. Return along the same trail and enjoy a lovely lunch at the Lago Grey Hotel, with sweeping views of the lake. After lunch, embark on an afternoon walk along the Rio Pingo.

Accommodation: Pampa Lodge
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

4.5 miles easy to moderate, 650 ft. elevation gain, 750 ft. elevation loss. Guided historical walk at Estancia Cerro Guido; 1 mile, easy

Cross the park on a one-hour drive, heading toward the eastern pampas. Lakes of turquoise and green, and the famed jagged peaks of the Torres massif, add drama and wonder to your morning. Upon arrival at the national park entrance at Porteria Sarmiento, you set out across the expansive grasslands of the park’s southern reaches, heading toward another park entrance at Laguna Amarga. This little-known walking path attracts few visitors, which makes for excellent opportunities to spot the local wildlife. Herds of guanaco reside here, and they show little fear of humans. Look to the sky to catch a glimpse of condors taking flight, or gaze to the ground to see foxes or armadillos scurrying along. With a breathtaking backdrop of the staggering Paine Massif, this is the Patagonia that you’ve dreamt of—a vast natural haven at the end of the world. You may detour about 45 minutes to view ancient cave paintings dating back some 6,000 years.

Following today’s invigorating walk, continue east toward the Patagonian steppe, stretching between the Andes and the Atlantic Ocean. Your destination is a working estancia, where you spend two nights. Sheep, horseback riders, and infinite skies might remind you of the American West, but the culture that thrives here is distinctly Chilean. A tour of the property highlights its rich history, sheep-shearing facility, horse stables, vegetable garden, and greenhouse.

Accommodation: Estancia Cerro Guido, Chile
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

4 – 5 miles, easy to moderate options

You awake this morning as the sun illuminates the towering walls of the Torres del Paine. After a hearty farm breakfast, transfer 45 minutes to Estancia La Cumbres at the Baguales Range on the border with Argentina. Today holds a special treat because you are joined by a local paleontologist. As you trace the contours of remote, pristine valleys, you learn about Patagonia’s geologic past. Various types of fossils were left behind in the surrounding hills after the Atlantic Ocean retreated thousands of years ago. Fossilized leaves, tree trunks, shellfish, and shark teeth are among the relics you might see.

Back at your overnight ranch, you’ll experience more of Patagonian farm life up close. This evening, settle in for a typical asado prepared the traditional gaucho way—lamb roasted over open coals served beneath a canopy of stars.

Accommodation: Estancia Cerro Guido
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

3 – 4 miles, easy

Travel into Argentina today. There’s a lot of land to cover, but the long transfer (approximately five hours including stops and the border crossing) gives you ample opportunity to take in the vastness of the Patagonian steppe. All in all, it’s a spectacular morning of breathtaking vistas. You head north, paralleling soaring Andean peaks, on the legendary Route 40, the longest continual road in Argentina and one of the longest in the world. Before formalities at the border of La Esperanza, there is time for a coffee and souvenir shopping. After the break, you continue on to your next lodge at the edge of Glaciers National Park, or Los Glaciares, home to one of the largest ice caps in the world. Its massive expanse feeds 47 glaciers, 13 of which flow toward the Atlantic Ocean.

A tasty, albeit, late lunch is served upon your arrival. Once you’re finished, you may choose to take a dip in the hotel’s swimming pool, sink into a leather couch in one of the elegant lounges with floor to ceiling picture windows, or join your guides on a walk from the lodge to a nearby lagoon. The lagoon’s flocks of bright pink flamingos are an astounding contrast to the muted colors of the steppe around you. Dinner this evening is served in the hotel’s elegant restaurant.

Accommodation: Eolo Lodge, El Calafate, Santa Cruz, Argentina
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

3 miles, moderate, 750 ft. elevation gain. Perito Moreno Glacier; 2 miles, easy

After breakfast, you may spend the morning as you wish. Perhaps walk right from your hotel up a Cerro Frías footpath, where astonishing views of Lago Argentino and the Andes Range unfold before you. The Paine Massif rises in the south and the stunning “needles” of Mount Fitz Roy soar up to 11,000 feet in the north. You can also see the Baguelas Range on the Chilean border. If you prefer, saddle up for a horseback riding excursion, included with your stay. Or just relax and enjoy the offerings of this 5-star property.

You depart later this afternoon for a thrilling excursion to the Perito Moreno Glacier. The timing of our visit means the day-trippers have left, so you’re able toenjoy this spectacular mammoth of nature in relative solitude. The face of the Perito Moreno is about three miles wide; it averages 240 feet in height above Lago Argentino’s surface and plunges more than 300 feet below the water. It advances more quickly than most glaciers, creaking and splitting as it goes, calving great chunks of ice into the lake. Even if you have seen other glaciers before, Perito Moreno will long linger in your memory. It’s the perfect place to end your Patagonia adventure. Tonight, enjoy a culinary feast of local specialties for your farewell dinner.

Accommodation: Eolo Lodge, El Calafate, Santa Cruz, Argentina
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast this morning transfer to the town of El Calafate, where your tour ends. Explore El Calafate on your own or prepare for onward travels.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Accommodations

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Chile & Argentina: Patagonia & Torres del Paine National Park 8
Pre-Tour
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2020 2021

2020 Pre-Tour Extension - Santiago

2 Nights From $448
per person, double occupancy

Single Supplement: From $398

Pampa Lodge 3
Pre-Tour
Flight + Tour Combo Only
2020 2021

2021 Pre-Tour Extension - Santiago

  • Two nights at the Singular Santiago Hotel
  • Two breakfasts
  • Small group airport and hotel transfers
  • International flight to Santiago
  • Flight from Santiago to Punta Arenas

2 Nights From $498
per person, double occupancy

Single Supplement: From $348

Begin your adventure by departing from a convenient gateway city in the United States or Canada. Spend your first night aloft..br>

Upon arrival at Santiago’s International Airport, a representative holding a Country Walkers sign meets you as you exit the baggage claim area. Please note that there may be up to a 45-minute wait if there are other guests arriving within the same time frame. A complimentary small-group transfer is provided to your city center hotel approximately 20 minutes away. The remainder of the day is at your leisure (no meals included).

If you are going to be delayed meeting our transfer representative for more than 15 minutes due to delayed or lost luggage, please let our Airport staff or representative know by calling the hotel at + 370 527 70000. Our drivers are generally able to wait for up to 45 minutes from the time your flight lands, after which you would be responsible for your own transfer. You may also contact Allianz Global Assistance, to advise of your delay and they will contact our transfer service.

Country Walkers provides you with City Information that includes recommendations on what to see and do in Santiago during your stay.

Modern Santiago has shrugged off its old-guard coat and transformed into a vibrant metropolis with a burgeoning arts and culture scene. Its famously clean and orderly streets are a pleasure to explore. Begin your day at the Central Plaza de Armas, surrounded by glorious colonial and neoclassical buildings. Then perhaps head over to the artisans’ village, the Centro Artesanal de los Dominicos. Here, you’ll find alpaca shawls, lapis lazuli, black pottery, and more. You might spend the afternoon amid the quirky architecture of the atmospheric Barrio Brasil or stroll the traditional cobbled streets of the well-preserved Barrio Lastarria. Choose from any of the city’s renowned restaurants for dinner, but be sure to sample the local favorite, a pisco sour, or one of Chile’s many delicious wines. If you’d like to catch a tango performance this evening, the Tango Porteño dinner theater is convenient to your hotel.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Morning is the best time to explore the Mercado Central, the beating heart of traditional Santiago. The earlier you arrive, the more locals you’ll see scrambling for the freshest produce, meats, and fish. It’s a pleasure to simply stroll among its stalls and take in the many sensory delights. Later this morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Punta Arenas, where your Patagonia walking adventure begins!

Included Meals: Breakfast

Chile & Argentina: Patagonia & Torres del Paine National Park 7
Post-Tour
Flight + Tour Combo Only
2020 2021

2020 Post-Tour Extension - Buenos Aires

2 Nights From $348
per person, double occupancy

Single Supplement: From $248

Pampa Lodge 3
Post-Tour
Flight + Tour Combo Only
2020 2021

2021 Post-Tour Extension - Buenos Aires

  • Two nights at the Recoleta Grand Hotel
  • Small group airport and hotel transfers
  • Two breakfasts
  • Flight from Calafate to Buenos Aires
  • International flight from Buenos Aires

2 Nights From $398
per person, double occupancy

Single Supplement: From $198

Arrive in Buenos Aires this evening. There’ll be time after you settle in to take in the city’s European-style sophistication. Perhaps stroll to the city center, the Plaza de Mayo, to admire the gleaming white Cabildo, the former house of the viceroyalty; the Casa Rosada, the Presidential Palace; the fantastic classical Metropolitan Cathedral; and the stately City Hall. You’re sure to find a spot to enjoy a fine Argentinean meal for dinner, participating wholeheartedly in the locals’ love of eating. Grilled meats such as beef ribs and chorizo and desserts like sweetbreads and cakes filled with dulce de leche are on most menus.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Spend today exploring the scintillating city on your own. Perhaps you’ll begin in the Recoleta Cemetery, the final resting place of many of Argentina’s top-echelon leaders and, ironically, the woman who challenged them—Eva Perón, the celebrated First Lady known as “Evita.” After paying your respects to this regaled heroine, stroll to the Palermo district to peruse the Museo Evita, where her love of the people shines through in fascinating exhibits. Next, head to the National Fine Arts Museum, a former water pumping station and now home to the largest collection of Argentine art in the world, as well as the inspiring work of European artists. For an equally rewarding outing focused on Latin American artists, visit the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, or MALBA, featuring work by Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and contemporary Argentine artists. For dinner, treat yourself at the renowned Café Tortoni, founded in 1858. Its bronze accents, stained-glass ceiling window, gorgeous wood bar, and bow-tied waiters epitomize its long history and tradition of fine food and hospitality.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Adios! A small-group complimentary transfer is provided to the Buenos Aires Airport based on your departure time. Your guides will confirm the transfer time while on tour.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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11 days. Includes round-trip international airfare, airport car service, additional hotel nights with included breakfast, and your tour.

Single Supplement: From $1,998

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8 days. Includes your tour only.

Single Supplement: From $1,698

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Sun, Oct 18 - Wed, Oct 28, 2020

$8,798

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Tue, Oct 20 - Tue, Oct 27, 2020

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11 days. Includes round-trip international airfare, airport car service, additional hotel nights with included breakfast, and your tour.

Single Supplement: From $2,148

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8 days. Includes your tour only.

Single Supplement: From $1,748

Tue, Mar 23 - Fri, Apr 2, 2021

$8,798

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Thu, Mar 25 - Thu, Apr 1, 2021

$7,398

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