Your South-American Dream Trip

Your South-American Dream Trip

Chile & Argentina Multi-Country Journeys

Multi-Country Journeys
14 days / 13 nights
Places visited
Torres del Paine, El Calafate, Buenos Aires and Iguazu

What´s included

  • Daily breakfast, transfers, all tours with bilingual guides, and local taxes
  • 1 night of accommodation at selected hotel in Santiago de Chile
  • 4 nights of accommodation at Tierra Patagonia Hotel with full board and activities in Torres del Paine
  • 3 nights of accommodation at Xelena Hotel & Suites in El Calafate
  • 3 nights of accommodation at selected hotel in Buenos Aires
  • 2 nights of accommodation at Gran Melia Iguazu Hotel in Iguazu
  • 1 Full Day Perito Moreno Glacier in El Calafate
  • 1 Full Day Full Day Minitrekking over Perito Moreno Glacier
  • 1 Half Day Classic City Tour in Buenos Aires
  • 1 Dinner & Show at Tango Porteño VIP with Tango Lesson in Buenos Aires
  • 1 Half Day Tigre and Delta Navigation
  • 1 Full Day Argentine Falls in Iguazu
  • 1 The Great Adventure in Iguazu

Not included

  • International & Domestic flights
  • Meals and drinks other than those mentioned
  • National Park entrance fee in El Calafate
  • Tips or personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Optional tours and experiences
  • Any items not mentioned

Detailed description

Day 1
Santiago de Chile

Upon arrival at Santiago Airport, private transfer to selected hotel.

Day 2
Santiago de Chile / Torres del Paine

At appropriate time, private transfer to the airport for your flight to Puerto Natales or Punta Arenas. Upon arrival to Punta Arenas or Puerto Natales airport, regular transfer to Tierra Patagonia Hotel in Torres del Paine.

Tierra Hotel Full Experience Programs


  • Accommodation, breakfast, lunch, and gourmet dinner.
  • Open Bar (includes mineral water, sodas, juices, and house wine and liquors).
  • Premium wines and liquors are available for an additional cost.
  • Daily: two half-day excursions or one full-day excursion, in small groups with other guests.
  • Use of pools, sauna, and jacuzzi (massages, treatments, and therapies are available for an additional cost).
  • Regular transfers at the published times in shared vehicles. Private transfers out of the published times may be available at additional cost. * Please review transfer times before buying your flight tickets.


Days 3-5
Torres del Paine
Tierra Patagonia Excursions Menu

The Tierra Patagonia excursions will take you to see and experience the great beauty and fascinating life of Chilean Patagonia.  When you arrive at Tierra Patagonia, our team will create a personalized excursion plan for you. Our expert guides take into consideration your personal interests and physical activity level so that you can explore the last great wilderness in your own way.

During your stay, the all-inclusive program allows you to choose two half-day excursions or one full-day excursion per day, except on the day of your departure. We offer walks, hikes, climbs, horse rides, and tours by van or vehicle. Difficulty levels range from easy to very difficult.

Walks & Hikes

  • Half Day Hunters Trail
  • Half Day Origins of Life
  • Half Day Laguna Azul
  • Half Day Mirador Cuernos
  • Half Day Sierra Baguales
  • Full Day Puentes Grey
  • Full Day Paso Agostini
  • Full Day French Valley
  • Full Day Base Torres

Scenic Voyages

  • Full Day Paine Massif and Sailing on Grey Lake

Horse Riding

  • Half Day Estancia Lazo
Day 6
Torres del Paine / El Calafate

At appropriate time, regular transfer to Xelena Hotel & Suites in El Calafate.

Day 7
El Calafate
Full Day Perito Moreno Glacier

Departure from the hotel to Perito Moreno Glacier, a UNESCO World Heritage designation situated within Los Glaciares National Park some 80 km from El Calafate, driving through typical Patagonian steppe landscape and keeping an eye for Argentino Lake and interesting bird species. Reach Perito Moreno glacier, which extends 30 km (19 mi) long and 5 km (3 mi), and walls that reach up to 60 meters (100-195 feet) in height and ice with depths of 250 to 350 meters (800-1150 feet). The impressive creaking and squealing, with the occasional thunderous roars, is a stark reminder of the glacier’s constant movement. Walk on the trails by the western wall to admire this impressive wonder of nature. After the tour, return to the hotel. National Park entrance fee included.

Day 8
El Calafate
Full Day Minitrekking over Perito Moreno Glacier

Today enjoy a full-day adventure of mini trekking over Perito Moreno Glacier. Depart for Bajo de las Sombras Bay around 9 a.m., where you will embark on a catamaran to cross the Rico Arm of Lago Argentino, for a 20-minute sail across the lake, along the south wall of Perito Moreno Glacier. Once at the refuge, you will be welcomed by specialized trekking guides who will offer a brief lecture about glacier behavior and the particularities of the local forest. A short hike through a dense lenga forest will take you to the glacier edge. There, you will be provided special crampons to walk on the ice and will receive instructions about how to walk on the ice. The hike over the glacier, about one hour long, is particularly attractive since it allows you to be in close contact with the millenary ice, its peaks, fissures, small inner lagoons, and deep blue drains. Another highlight is no doubt the excellent view of the lake and the land on the other side of the lake that you can get from the ice surface. Once you are back at the refuge, you will have free time for lunch (box lunch included) fully admiring this amazing wonder of nature, and you will finally cross the lake again and get to the area of the paths in front of the glacier to have a short walk there so as to see the glacier from another viewpoint before returning to El Calafate.  Entrance to the National Park included.

Important: This excursion is only suitable for people between 8 and 65 years old, depending on their physical conditions, but it does not require any special training. It is advisable to take sports clothing, trekking boots or tennis shoes with rubber sole, sweaters, water-proof jackets or raincoats, sunglasses, sun-tan and gloves.

Day 9
El Calafate / Buenos Aires

At appropriate time, private transfer to the airport for your flight to Buenos Aires. Upon arrival, private transfer to selected hotel.

Day 10
Buenos Aires
Half Day Buenos Aires Classic City Tour

Enjoy a 4-hour private sightseeing tour of Buenos Aires, a cosmopolitan city that reflects the rich heritage of the numerous immigrants that shaped Argentina’s capital. The tour begins at the historic Plaza de Mayo square, the scene of many influential political manifestations. The square is flanked by the Government House, better known as the “Pink House”; the Cabildo (the old City Hall), and the Cathedral. Further south visit the picturesque port neighborhood of La Boca with its famous colorful street “Caminito” and the unique architecture and customs that reflect the influence of the European immigrants, especially Genovese sailors, who settled along these shores at the end of the 19th century. The tour continues towards San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Settled by immigrants, the neighborhood has preserved most of its architectonic heritage and boasts lovely cobblestone streets lined with colonial houses. Next on the tour are the modern, well-heeled districts of Puerto Madero and Palermo neighborhood with its elegant residences set among large green spaces. The tour concludes in Recoleta, Buenos Aires’ most sophisticated and upscale neighborhood.

Dinner & Show at Tango Porteño VIP with Tango Lesson

Tango Porteño recreates the Golden Age of tango, an Argentine passion that caught global attention for decades even today. The show’s meticulous scenery and costumes create the ultimate framework to transport you to that enchanting time when all of Buenos Aires was about Tango. The show is a travel back in time to the glory days of Buenos Aires when tango was “enjoyed and breathed” in every corner of the city. All the stars of the Golden Age of Tango live together, the great orchestras of Canaro, Fresedo, Piazzolla, De Caro, Gobbi, Biagi, De Angelis, Di Sarli, D´Arienzo, Lomuto, D´Agostino, Troilo and Pugliese developed to their full potential in a wholesome but demanding rivalry and challenged each other at the Chanteclair, Marabú, Tabaris, Tibidabo and many other ballrooms. A truly unforgettable experience.

Transfers included to/from the hotel. Tango lesson included.

Day 11
Buenos Aires
Half Day Tigre & Delta

Departure from the hotel to Tigre, driving through Buenos Aires vibrant suburbs, such as Olivos, home of the President’s residence, San Isidro, known for its neo-gothic-style Cathedral, artisanal fairs, and cobblestone streets. Tigre is a charming picturesque neighborhood north of the city situated in the Paraná River delta -although colonized in 1580- it was not until the 18th century that people settled in the area. The first inhabitants were smugglers trading illegal goods who took advantage of the many labyrinths of little rivers and isles to hide, evading paying customs taxes. Towards the end of the 19th century, it became a favorite destination for recreation of the high-class of Buenos Aires. The tour includes navigating different rivers, channels, and streams of the Delta, discovering its many isles covered with abundant subtropical vegetation, picturesque houses, rowing and yacht clubs, old residences, and wooden houses built over piles to protect them from constant floods. This makes an ideal day to relax and be in touch with nature, much contrasting with the fast-paced city.

Day 12
Buenos Aires / Iguazu

At appropriate time, private transfer to the airport for your flight to Iguazu. Upon arrival, private transfer to Gran Melia Iguazu Hotel.

Day 13
Full Day Argentine Iguazu Falls

Visit the Argentine side of the falls, inside Iguazu National Park, a UNESCO Heritage Site. Board an open train from the visitor center station to the Cataratas Station (a 15-minute ride). Here, follow a pleasant easy walking path along the upper and lower trail and through the forest with numerous lookout points close to many of the 275 waterfalls, some 70 m/200 ft high. Lush rainforest, packed with varieties of ferns, orchids, begonias, birds and butterflies. Board the train once more to Garganta Station, following a 1200 m/4000 ft walkway to the Devil’s Throat lookout. Be prepared to get wet and witness the impressive thunderous churning water below. Return by train to the Visitor’s Center.

Entrance fee to National Park included. Lunch not included.

The Great Adventure

This circuit offers an exciting adventure inside the Argentine National Park, near the Iguazu Falls area. Travel in specially conditioned 4WD vehicles guided by expert bilingual local guides, exploring the exuberant and well-preserved ecosystem of the region. A short walk through the forest leads to the Iguazú River to board a zodiac boat for a 30-minute thrilling boat ride with a close-up look below San Martín and Bozzetti Falls. Tour time: 2hrs. Return to hotel.

Difficulty: A 150-meter staircase and 2km of white waters. Trip restricted to children under 12 years old; pregnant women; people with osteoporosis, neck, or back conditions or surgery; people with heart conditions or surgery; people with COPD or neurological condition or surgery; and any person with any physical, cognitive, and/or sensorial disability unable to react in a nautical emergency in rapids of the lower Iguazú River.

Note: We recommend wearing a good pair of trainers or walking shoes. Getting wet at some point is certain so make sure to have the necessary protection for cameras or other equipment (plastic bags, rain covers for your backpack, bathing suit, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat are highly recommended).

Day 14
Iguazu / Buenos Aires

At appropriate time, private transfer to the airport for your flight to Buenos Aires and then connect with your flight back home.

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