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A Starting Point Itinerary

Day 1

  • Arrive in Buenos Aires and transfer to your hotel

Day 2

  • Have a walking tour with an English speaking guide

  • After lunch, visit the Fine Arts Museum

  • Have dinner in a restaurant before returning to your hotel

Day 3

  • Spend the day touring Buenos Aires

  • See the 9 de Julio Avenue, the Obelisk, and Corrientes Street

  • Stop in Plaza de Mayo and visit the Cathedral and the Cabildo

  • See the colonial houses and cobble stoned streets of San Telmo and the colorful zinc houses of the Boca neighborhood

  • Go to the old part of Puerto Madero

  • Tour the gardens and ponds of Palermo woods

  • See the Recoleta neighborhood and visit the famous cemetery

  • Enjoy a dinner with a Tango show before returning to your hotel

Day 4

  • Take a day trip to the Estancia (farm) in San Antonio de Areco to experience Argentine gaucho life

  • Walk through the centennial oaks, palm, eucalyptus and magnolia trees

  • Take a horse ride led by a gaucho guide

  • Take part in some of the farm activities including carriage rides, swimming in the pool, tennis, volleyball, football, pool and ping pong, or just strolling and relaxing in the park


Day 5

  • Transfer to the airport for your flight to El Calafate, a small town on the southern shore of Lago Argentino in Patagonia

  • Check into your hotel, and spend the rest of your day exploring El Calafate

  • Visit the Glaciarium Patagonian Ice Museum


Day 6

  • Depart for a full day touring the Perito Moreno Glacier

  • Take a catamaran trip into Lago Argentino for a unique view of the glacier

  • Go to the visitor center and stroll the walkways for views of the front and surface of the glacier where you may even see chunks of cracking glacier crash from teh ice wall into the water

  • Return to El Calafate

Day 7

  • Take an early flight to Puerto Iguazu

  • Spend the day visiting the Argentine Iguazu Falls National Park

  • See the largest waterfall system in the world, which runs between Brazil and Argentina on the Iguazu River

  • Check into your hotel


Day 8

  • Depart for the airport for your flight home


Our Prices Include:

  • All admissions, taxes, fees, tips and 24-hour on-call support

  • Round-trip airfare and all ground transportation abroad

  • Overnight stays in a centrally located hotel

  • All meals

  • Guide upon arrival and professional tour manager to accompany the group

  • Price based on 25 students and 2 free chaperones

Specialty Itineraries

We also offer ART tours studying the historic and amazingly diverse culture of South America. With the mix of culture from Mayan civilization combined with untouched nature, Peru and Argentina, provide a rich stomping ground for the art aspired student.

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