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Day 01: you'll be picked up and taken to your hotel from the Buenos Aires airport or bus terminal.
Day 02: City sightseeing
The "Reina del Plata," or Queen of the Argentine Plateau, is Buenos Aires, and we welcome you to explore it with us on this journey.
First, we'll make our way to Av.9 de Julio, the Teatro Colón, and the Obelisco, known as the "symbol of Buenos Aires," in the heart of the city, where these landmarks stand out the most; Head south from Plaza de Mayo, via San Telmo and its tango clubs, La Boca, and Caminito.
Moving further, we'll be passing through Puerto Madero, a recently revitalized port and major dining district in the city.
Recoleta is a place where culture and elegance combine, while Palermo, with its parks and structures, is the city's primary green lung.
Transfer to Buenos Aires Airport or Bus Terminal on Transfer to Calafate
Day 04: Visit the Perito Moreno Glacier
Pickup and drop-off at the airport or bus station in Buenos Aires from your hotel, based on the region you choose.
Leaving it behind in search of the Perito Moreno Glacier at Los Glaciares National Park.
Es an amazing river of ice, measuring 195 km2 in area, 30 km in length, and 5.5 km in width, with walls ranging in height from 40 to 80 m above lake level.
As it slowly makes it's way down from the continental ice, it causes detachments and eruptions that are fascinating to observers. Due to its outstanding aesthetic value, it was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Once we arrive, we'll take a stroll up the catwalks and look out over this impressive natural landmark from the many vantage points afforded by the various panoramic balconies. We anticipate spending around 2 hours and 15 minutes crossing footbridges.
Day 05: Transfer to Calafate airport or bus station
Transportation from your accommodation in the selected region to the Calafate Airport or bus terminal.
Day 06: National Park
The National Park of the End of the World is a great place to spend the day, and this half-day tour is perfect for families who want to learn about the highlights of this Fuegian national reserve while taking in some of the area's most breathtaking scenery and hearing some of the fascinating local legends.
It's just 11 kilometers from the city center. The lakes, lagoons, and rivers inside its borders, as well as its outlet into the Beagle Channel, are a unique feature among Argentina's national parks. The station of the Austral Fueguino Railway is situated on the slopes of Monte Susana, a testament to the labor of the inmates of the ancient jail, and is reached by traveling southwest from the port via Maip Avenue on national highway no. 3. There will be a halt here for a short, supplementary tour. The region of Bahia Ensenada is a popular destination for travelers who opt out of taking the End of the World Express. From there, we get a great view of the Redonda and Estorbo Islands, as well as the Nevado Mountains of the Sampaio Chain on the opposite side of the Beagle Channel (Chile). After the train, we'll all go back out on Route nro 3 together, this time along a winding road that reveals the varied vegetation of Fueguino territory. Our destination is Roca Lake, where we'll have a stroll along the lake's natural drainage, the Lapataia River. Cerro Cóndor, whose top sits on the Chilean border, dominates the scene from here.
Day 07: Departure