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Treasures of South America

February 9, 2014 - February 21, 2014



Discover the best of Argentina and Chile on this 10-night journey that takes you on an exploration of the most scenic regions of these two countries as you travel from Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Santiago, Chile. Immerse yourself in the European-influenced ambience of Buenos Aires, exploring diverse neighborhoods from fashionable Recoleta to La Boca, a colorful Italian harbor district. Continue to Iguazú Falls to enjoy the views of the dramatic, thundering cascades that form the border with Brazil. Contine to Bariloche, the gateway to Nahuel Huapi National Park, a 2-million-acre expanse of pristine Andean beauty. Glide across Andean lakes as you make your way to Chile. Visit a working ranch and watch an exciting rodeo, Chile’s national sport, then conclude your journey in Santiago. Set out to explore the Chilean capital, which includes a visit to a unique enclave of artists and craftsmen. Your program includes excursions, elegant accommodations and an extensive meal plan featuring wine with dinner.

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Tour Provider: AHI Travel

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Trip Details
Per Person Pricing (USD)
Air from Miami $995.00
Double Occupancy $4,995.00
Single Accomodations $6,490.00
Day 1 - Depart Gateway City
Day 2 - Arrive Buenos Aries, Argentina
Day 3 - Buenos Aries
Day 4 - Buenos Aries
Day 5 - Buenos Aries/Iguazu
Day 6 - Iguazu/Bariloche
Day 7 - Bariloche
Day 8 - Crossing of the Andean Lakes/Puerto Varas, Chile
Day 9 - Puerto Varas
Day 10 - Puerto Varas/Santiago
Day 11 - Santiago
Day 12 - Santiago/Return to Gateway City
Day 13 - Arrive in Gateway City
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