Buenos Aires is one of the most fascinating cities in both Latin America and the world. Be it for its splendid and varied architecture, with its old Colonial buildings, French palaces and state-of-the-art skyscrapers; for its vibrant nightlife and endless cultural options; or maybe just for the rich identity of the Porteños, who proudly bear the European heritage of their ancestors, more and more visitors are coming to visit.
Travel on an ecological-adventure excursion thorough Iguassu Forest. Take a truck ride along 8 km through the jungle following the Yacaratiá trail until Port Macuco rapids embarking site for fast motor boats which allow navigating up the Lower Iguazú River, going through rapids along 2 km to the falls, approaching the falls at Devil's Throat canyon and desembarking across San Martín Island, in the heart of the falls.
Vist the glaciers around El Calafate including Perito Moreno This glacier is so-called due to a great Argentinian explorer from last century and is one of the few glaciers that is still moving in the world. That is why it has become one of the most spectacular natural shows in South America.
Travel on to Patagonia for a wild safary at Ecocamp. EcoCamp is situated in the very heart of Torres del Paine National Park and provides the region's first fully sustainable accommodation, complete with green technology. You may enjoy guided treks and wildlife excursions by day and share evening meals with new friends, before falling asleep gazing up at the star-filled sky through your dome ceiling. Wake up in the middle of the Patagonian wilderness in a cozy geodesic dome, with a panoramic view of the majestic Torres del Paine, ready to pick up the hiking trail!
Complete your tour in Santiago visiting the wineries and museums
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