Wonders of Chile, Argentina & Brazil


DAY 1: Rio de Janeiro.Upon arrival at the airport, you are met by an representative after which you are transferred to your hotel.Accomodation Belmond Copacabana Palace Hotel or Similar
DAY 2: Rio de Janeiro.In electrifying Rio de Janeiro, we will marvel at the wonder of Christ the Redeemer standing over the city and take in the vast expanse of Rio stretching out beneath us. A panoramic drive takes us past the glamorous, sun-drenched beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana. Afterwards, we’ll enjoy a cable car ride to the summit of Sugar Loaf Mountain for breathtaking city and ocean views.We will end the evening with an exciting showcase of Samba, the iconic Brazilian tradition with deep African roots.
DAY 3&4: Iguazu Falls.After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport to board a flight to Iguazu Falls this afternoon.Our lavish hotel here is the only one inside the 0Brazilian Iguazu National Park. After lunch at our hotel, enjoy a breathtaking look at the falls on a thrilling helicopter ride. We will explore the Brazilian side of the falls on a leisurely walking tour. A morning drive takes us to the Argentina side of the falls where we board a gas-propelled train to view the highlight of Iguazu Falls, the Devil’s Throat. We continue to explore the Upper & Lower Circuits of the Argentine side for more extensive and spectacular falls.Accomodation Belmond Hotel das Cataratas
DAY 5-7. Buenos Aires.Our mid-day flight takes us to Buenos Aires, the mesmerizing capital of Argentina.Our time here is enlivened by stunning architecture, intriguing markets, amazing food, and, of course, the nation’s cultural passion – the tango. We’ll enjoy a memorable dinner and tango show, where you will relive the history of the tango in an environment that awakens your every sense. We conclude our morning with a private backstage tour of the Teatro Colon, the main opera house in Buenos Aires, considered to rival the beauty and acoustics of Milan’s La Scala.Accomodation Alvear Palace Hotel
DAY8&9: Bariloche.After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport to board a flight to Bariloche this afternoon.Our two-night stay in this magnificent alpine resort offers a range of choices – from horseback touring to chocolate tasting and much more. The hotel's magnificent alpine setting is one of the best in the world, and the hotel boasts every amenity imaginable. Accomodation Llao Llao Hotel & Resort
DAY 10: Puerto Varas.On our way to Chile we travel through stunning Patagonian landscapes, watching for flights of Andean condors. A visit to a local farm and a delightful village marks our passage.Accomodation Hotel Patagonico
DAY 11&12: Puerto Montt & Santiago.A scenic drive takes us to the port city of Puerto Montt, at the southern terminus of the Pan American Highway, where we’ll meet our flight to Santiago. In Santiago we will visit San Cristobal Hill, visit the historic home of Pablo Neruda, Chile's famous poet, learn how to mix a perfect pisco-sour, and – of course! – sample Chile’s world renowned wines. We say our reluctant good-byes at a festive Farewell Dinner and cocktail party.Accomodation W hotel or Similar
DAY 13: Santiago.Your journey ends with a transfer to the airport

VIP Experience

Belmond Copacabana Palace. Rio De Janaerio.This glamorous landmark is pre-eminent among the best hotels in Rio de Janeiro.Since its Art Deco doors swung open in 1923, Belmond Copacabana Palace has been welcoming the rich and famous.A truly iconic city-centre hotel, Copacabana Beach only a heartbeat away, this is the best place to stay in Rio. Soak up the sun in the magnificent pool or join Brazil’s style setters at the Piano Bar. And don’t miss the hotel’s top restaurants, whether for great local dishes or fine Italian dining at the Hotel Cipriani Restaurant.

Belmond Hotel das Cataratas.The only hotel located within Brazil's Iguassu National Park, Belmond Hotel das Cataratas enjoys an unrivalled location just a short stroll from the sensational waterfalls.Enjoy exclusive access to this magnificent sight in the evening and at dawn, when the park is closed to other visitors.A Portuguese-colonial residence, this classic luxury hotel is redolent with the atmosphere of lazy days lounging on a veranda or beneath sub-tropical palms.This natural paradise also offers thrills and excitement in abundance: helicopter trips over the gorge and jungle treks to view amazing wildlife including colourful toucans and giant butterflies.
Alvear Palace Hotel.Buenos Aires. The landmark Alvear Palace opened in 1932 as a luxury hotel for European visitors and continues to exude Belle Époque splendor. Located in the exclusive Recoleta neighborhood, which comprises elegant boulevards and leafy parks, the hotel has grand French-inspired public areas, with crystal chandeliers, velvet fauteuils and gilded-wood-paneled walls. Guest rooms, in Empire, Louis XV and Louis XVI styles, have butler service, fresh flowers and Hermès bath amenities. High tea, served in L’Orangerie, draws an elegant crowd. Upping the luxury quotient is the 8,600-square-foot Alvear Spa, a serene, light-filled space offering a range of wellness and beauty treatments, including the Radiant Treatment, designed by La Prairie especially for Alvear.
Llao Llao Hotel & Resort.Bariloche. Travelers looking for a rugged Patagonian experience, with the comfort of full-service luxury, choose the legendary Llao Llao Hotel & Resort, Golf-Spa near Bariloche. Located in the heart of Argentina´s lake district, it is reminiscent of a grand mountain lodge, complete with exposed cypress walls and oversized stone fireplaces. Many guest rooms offer views of the Andean peaks and lakes; particularly impressive are those from the deluxe Lago Moreno wing. The area is a haven for active types, with excursions ranging from a civilized round of golf to extreme mountain biking, but even guests looking for rest will love the Llao Llao for its location, its elegant dining room and pampering spa.
Hotel Patagonico.Puerto Varas.The Hotel offers a warm and welcoming service characteristic of the south of the world, inviting guests to experience a unique world of sensations. It has the best spa in the area, and gastronomy of the highest level. It also has activities and events designed for every occasion and every family member.Located in the Province of Llanquihue in the in Chile's Los Lagos Region, Puerto Varas is nestled in a natural setting formed by Lake Llanquihue and Osorno Volcano, and is home to 32,000 people. This magical "City of th Roses" was formed by the German colonization with immigrants that settled the area in the mid-nineteenth century. It is a gateway to innumerable attractions, such as hot springs and skiing. For sports enthusiasts, Puerto Varas is a true paradise for fly fishing, mountain climbing, skiing, golf, water sports, horseback riding, among others.The city is the starting point toward the international border crossing Puella, which leads to Bariloche (Argentina), following the route that goes around Lake Llanquihue, the Petrohue Waterfalls, the sides of the Osorno, Calbuco and Puntiagudo volcanoes, Mount Tronador, crossing Lake Todos los Santos and Vicente Perez Rosales National Park.
W hotel. Santiago.Stylish and sophisticated, the 5-star W Santiago offers a roof-top swimming pool and luxury guest rooms. The hotel is centrally located, with panoramic views of the Andes Mountains.All rooms have large, LCD TVs and DVD players. You have access to Wi-Fi internet and a spacious work desk. There is an Ipod docking stations and luxury en suite bathroom, with a walk-in rain shower.W Santiago features a roof-top pool, spa and steam room. You can enjoy a cocktail in the impressive lounge bar. The hotel’s restaurant serves modern, international cuisine.Arturo Merino Benitez is a 10-minute drive. Subway stations, shops and restaurants are within walking distance of the hotel.Las Condes is a great choice for travellers interested in shopping, gourmet food and restaurants.

Package Details

Experience South America's amazing diversity, from a private wine sampling in Chile to Argentina's Alpine "Little Switzerland," visiting mighty Iguazu Falls and vibrant Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Rio de Janerio
  • 2 Nights Accommodation In Iguazu falls
  • 3 Nights Accommodation in Bueno Aires
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Bariloche
  • 1 Nights Accommodation in Puerto Varas
  • 2 Nights Accommodation in Santiago
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included
  • Daily Breakfast - Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seing as per itineary
When to Visit: October-November: Horse-lovers will enjoy the world’s best polo in Buenos Aires during the Argentine Open. August: the Tango Festival incorporates live music, concerts, workshops, dance lessons and milonga events. Weatherwise: Argentina is a year-round destination enjoying a similar climate to that of Southern Australia. Summers are hot and winters can be cold to very cold in the mountains and far south. The North East is best visited in winter when it is cooler and drier.March-May: Take part in the grape harvest, picnic in the vines and savour new blends. Week before Easter: Religious week-long Semana Santa or Holy Week celebrations are held throughout the country. Mid-September: For Fiestas Patrias, community festivals celebrating various local patron saints. Weatherwise: Chile is a year-round destination with hot summers and cold to very cold winters in the mountains and far south. With easy access via Santiago, skiers and snowboarders hit the slopes in the Andes from July to September.

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