Last updated on January 11th, 2019 at 07:11 pm
Best Brazil and Argentina Tours
Argentina and Brazil are two very exciting countries in South America, with many things to see, many things to visit and a lot of things to discover. There are many extraordinary spots in both Argentina and Brazil that you won’t want to miss. Here are some of our Best Brazil and Argentina Tours that you can combine into a single trip.
Tango, Samba & Waterfalls Tour:
One of the easiest ways to link a Brazil and Argentina tour is through their natural border, where the Iguassu Falls, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located (also the border to Paraguay). Its 275 falls will astonish you with their magnificence (80% of these falls are on the Argentinian side). Before getting there, we will dance the Tango, sample the Asado and taste some of the best wines in the world. We will feel like a Gaucho in the Argentinian Pampa during our visit to a typical Estancia, and we will stroll along the same European style streets that Eva Peron once did, in the city known as “the Paris of South America,” Buenos Aires.
Leaving Iguassu Falls, we will head toward Sao Paulo, stopping off in Curitiba, the best-organized city in South America. If you are a lover of the modern metropolis, you won’t want to miss Sao Paulo. This melting pot of ethnic cultures, which offers you the kind of vibrant life experience that you might expect to find in cities such as New York and Tokyo, is becoming well known as one of the main culinary capitals of the world. And finally Rio, the “cidade maravilhosa”, it was the Imperial capital in 1822, when Brazil got its independence from Portugal. This city and its inhabitants welcome visitors with open arms, as would Christ the Redeemer, from the top of the Corcovado mountain, one of the highlights of this beautiful city, together with the Sugar Loaf Mountain, Copacabana, and Ipanema beaches, and so much more that Rio has to offer… but you’ll have to discover this by yourself.
Tango, Samba & Waterfalls Tour plus one of these exciting options:
Rio Carnival: The experience of a lifetime! Rio Carnival is an exciting, week-long party held throughout the city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Carnival parades, samba dancing and music, and colorful costumes are flaunted wherever you go.
Oktoberfest: Wear the Dirndl out of Germany and immerse yourself in the traditions of one of the oldest celebrations from Old Europe. Have a beer, bratwurst, and a great time at the Oktoberfest in Blumenau, Brazil.
New Year Eve: Have good luck starting the year in a very different way! Experience the new year on the beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana.
South America Deluxe Tour:
A twelve-day tour for people looking for something really special. Destinations covered include Buenos Aires, the Iguassu Falls, the historic port of Antonina, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Salvador.