7 Days - Brazil - Argentina - 4 Star with Flights, Starting at US$1499

Day 1 - Arrive In Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

Welcome to exciting Rio de Janeiro! You will be met and transferred to your hotel where rooms are ready for early check in. The rest of the day is free to begin exploring on your own.

Day 2 - Rio De Janeiro

Join an exciting full day tour of Rio. Start with a cog-train ride up Corcovado Mountain. Disembark and walk up to the top lookout where the towering statue of Christ the Redeemer stands. Then, descend by train and pass by Rio’s world-famous beaches to board a cable car for a two-staged ascent up Sugar Loaf Mountain. Enjoy the spectacular views of the city before traveling down and continuing on to see the main sights. Your evening is free. (B)

Day 3 - Rio De Janeiro

A full day free. Sightseers can choose between two tours: A full day schooner cruise from a nearby village with lunch and swimming or a half day jeep excursion through a rainforest (both own expense). (B)

Day 4 - Rio De Janeiro / Iguassu Falls

Fly to Iguassu Falls late this morning.

Activity: “Visit to Argentinean side of the falls” (included)

Located inside Argentina's side of National Park. Transport takes visitors across the Argentinean border and ends up into the Parque National del Iguassu, 40 km away from the Brazilian border. Once in Argentina side, a walking tour on the falls. The view is magnificent, specially the one right on top of the Devil`s Throat, reached by little boats leaded through a plotted water corridor on the edge or the basaltic plateau.

Day 5 - Iguassu Falls

Free day

Optional Activity: Macuco Safari ( Brazilian side) Gran Aventura ( Argentina side)

Ecological paths, a canyon, wild animals and an excellent view of the Iguassu waterfalls are just some of the attractions this unforgettable excursion keeps for you in the heart of the Iguassu National Park.

The grand adventure begins at the entrance gate to the Macuco Safari, set at the 25 Km. of the Waterfalls Road, within the Iguassu National Park, where the visitors get on open vehicles that allow a wide view of the natural scenery along the path. During this 3 Km. itinerary across the forest, polyglot guides introduce the flora and fauna species of the Park: Orquids, bromeliaceous, palms, and centennial trees, besides the wild animals that very often happen to cross the path.

Walking along the path, the second stage, which takes 600 meters (optional), leads the group to the cascade called Macuco Fall. This fall -perfect for a pleasant refreshing shower on hot days, falls down from a height of 20 meters. The access is followed over a stairway made of millennial rocks. The last stop is the Macuco Safari quay, on the Brazilian margins of the Iguassu River.

On the water, the inflatable motor-powered boats, made in accordance with the needs of the tour, are safe and efficient. Before getting on them passengers are provided with life vests and plastic bags to protect filming and photographing items. The boat goes up the river through the canyon, among rapids, and always at an average speed that allows appreciating the landscape.

Rocks, animals and much lush paint the picture up to the base of the grand waterfalls, next to the huge “horseshoe” known as “Devil’s throat”. Cascades bath - Rainbow, blue sky, mist and drizzling water create the spectacle that has its peak in the falls (cascades) named “Três mosqueteiros”. Once there the pilot drives the boat close enough to them to give a quick and funny “bath” to the passengers. And as at the end of the “game” usually everybody gets wet, those who feel very easily cold must not forget to bring with them extra clothing. Another important tip: wear comfortable shoes and cloths.(B)

Day 6 - Iguassu Falls Brazilian Side / Buenos Aires, Argentina

A local guide will show you the Falls from the Brazilian side. The two-mile-wide torrent is nothing short of spectacular. The rainbows, thundering roar and plunging cascades of water make this truly one of nature’s wonders. Your afternoon and evening are at leisure. You might want to join an optional hike down the canyon followed by a boat ride on the Iguassu River to the base of the Falls. Then transfer for your flight to Buenos Aires (B)

Day 7 - Buenos Aires City Tour

Start sightseeing (Half Day) with views of the Plaza de Mayo. On to see San Telmo and colorful La Boca. Drive down Avenida 9 de Julio, the world’s widest avenue. After views of Palermo Park, visit the famous Recoleta Cemetery to see the graves of many of Argentina’s leaders, including Eva Duarte, who later became Evita Perón. The afternoon is free. (B)


Price Per Person Based on Double Occupancy, Starting at US$1499

Only 50% deposit require  


  • Airport taxes (US$6.25 one way / US$12.50 round trip for in-country flights)
  • Departure tax (US$31.00 to be paid in cash at Lima airport when leaving Peru)
  • Meals not specified in the itinerary (see our Survival Travel Kit for guidance)
Trip Cancellation UP TO US$500 PER PERSON (additional coverage available at low cost)
Trip Interruption UP TO US$500 PER PERSON (additional coverage available at low cost)
Emergency Medical/Dental Coverage $10,000
Emergency Medical Transportation $50,000
Baggage Coverage $500
Baggage Delay $100
Travel Delay $150
24-Hour Hotline Assistance Included

(*) Courtesy trip cancellation or trip interruption insurance up to US$500 per person unless additional coverage requested and purchased by client, Additional coverage is available at additional cost. Insurance provided by Access America under their rules and regulations. Valid for US citizens only. International flights, individual tours and treks are excluded. Insurance not available for residents of Washington State. Peru Travel and Tours, LLC is not obligated to purchase an insurance policy nor liable if a policy is declined by client. Peru Travel and Tours, LLC is not obligated to compensate in any way if a policy is not purchased or can not be purchased.

7 Days - Brazil - Argentina - 4 Star with Flights
Welcome to exciting Rio de Janeiro! You will be met and transferred to your hotel where rooms are ready for early check in. The rest of the day is free to begin exploring on your own.
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