Trip idea by Say Hueque

Buenos Aires, North of Argentina & Iguazu Falls

Trip cost ex. international flights
from £1,790 per person
12 days
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The northern Argentina and Iguazu Falls trail is fast becoming the new hot-spot in South America. With Salta´s traditional villages and music, Jujuy's giant salt flats and surreal deserts, contrasted by the lush waterfalls of Iguazu and cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, Argentina´s northern trail will be sure to impress even the most seasoned traveler.

A trip idea created by Say Hueque

We will tailor this trip to you. Change anything - from excursions to accommodation to places visited.
Day 1
Buenos Aires
  • Transfer from Buenos Aires International airport to your hotel.
Day 2
Buenos Aires
  • Buenos Aires city tour
  • Tango show with dinner
Day 3
Buenos Aires, Salta
  • Internal flight from Buenos Aires to Salta
  • At leisure in Salta
Day 4
  • Safari to the clouds
Day 5
  • Humahuaca gorge, Salta & Jujuy
Day 6
  • Full Day Excursion Calchaqui Valley
Day 7
Salta, Iguazú Falls
  • Transfer from your hotel to Salta airport
  • Transfer from Iguazu Falls airport to your hotel
Day 8
Iguazú Falls
  • Iguazú falls - Argentine side
Day 9
Iguazú Falls
  • Iguazú falls - Brazilian side
Day 10
Iguazú Falls, Buenos Aires
  • Transfer from Puerto Iguazú to the airport
  • Transfer from Buenos Aires domestic airport to your hotel.
Day 11
Buenos Aires
  • Day at leisure in Buenos Aires
Day 12
Buenos Aires
  • Transfer from Buenos Aires to the international airport

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The climate ranges from subtropical to subpolar. The north has hot, humid summers and dry, mild winters; the central regions are hot and sometimes stormy in summer, cool in winter; the south has warm summers and cold winters with some snowfall at higher elevations. The central coastline and the Río de la Plata estuary, which includes Buenos Aires, are best avoided from May until August, when the rains are heavy. If you’re in the wine-growing Cuyo region or the western Pampas, pack layers for variable temperatures. A hot, dry wind - The Zonda - occasionally roars down from Andean heights, blowing for several hours, and can be followed by temperature drops.


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