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18 DAYS 15 NIGHTS
PENANG, MALAYSIA
BUENO AIRES, ARGENTINA
Max People : 15 - 21
Tour Details

Departure & Return Location

Penang International Airport

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Returning Air fares
  • 15 Nights Hotel Accommodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees
What to Expect
  • Los Glaciers National Park~ declared by the United Nations in 1981 “World Patrimony of the Humanity”
  • Latin American Tango Dance Performance
  • Renowned city of the Incas – Machu Picchu
  • Statue of Christ on Corcovado, Brazil
  • Iguazu Falls – World’s Widest Waterfall
  • Upsala Glacier – one of the most extensive glacier in America
  • Lake Titicaca
Itinerary

Day 1DEPARTURE - TRANSIT - BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA) (MOB)

• Assemble at International airport for your departure flight to – Buenos Aires.

• Buenos Aires is the capital and largest city of Argentina, and the second-largest metropolitan area in South America.

• Upon arrival, transfer to hotel for rest.

• Overnight at Buenos Aires.

Day 2BUENOS AIRES - CALAFATE (ARGENTINA) (B/L/D)

• Morning transfer to airport for your flight to – Calafate.

• Calafate is located in the south coast of the Argentine lake 320 KN to northwest of Rio Gallegos in the Santa Cruz province.

• EI Calafate is called the capital of the glaciers given its vicinity to the Los Glaciares National Park that was created in 1937 and declared by the United Nations in 1981 “World Patrimony of the Humanity”.

• Overnight at Calafate.

Day 3CALAFATE - UPSALA GLACIER (B/L/D)

• Proceed to Puerto Bandera, to get on board a sea craft that covers the north branch of the Argentine Lake to reach the Upsala Glacier.

• The sailing is done among adrift ice floes, until reaching as first stop the Upsala Glaciers, which has a surface of 590km, and is one of the most extensive glacier of America.

• Overnight at Calafate.

Day 4CALAFATE - PERITO MORENO GLACIER - BUENOS AIRES (B/L/D)

• Morning visit to Los Glaciares National Park, it embraces 450000 hectares where glaciers descend in the Viedma Lakes and Argentine. It is one of the biggest tourist attractiveness in the world.

• One of the most exciting places in the journey is the curve of the sighs, from where it is obtained a front view of the glacier and its beautiful environment.

• The walk finishes in the mirador of the Perito Moreno Glacier where you may spend time observing the imposing mass of ice 65 metres high with floes floating around.

• In the evening, transfer to airport for your flight back to Buenos Aires.

• Overnight at Buenos Aires.

Day 5BUENOS AIRES - TIGRE & DELTA DEL PARANA (DAY TOUR)

• Visit the Neo Gothic Cathedral, located in the historic city center, surrounded by colonial and Italian style, cobbled streets and it square house with an old trees.

• Tigre, a lovely neighborhood situated in the delta of Parana River. The area was first colonized in 1580 but it was not until the last years if the XVIII century that some people settle in this area.

• Delta, will allow us to admire the old residences that contrast with the wooden houses built over piles, to beat the constant floods.

• You will get to know the typical features of a community that lives in fellowship with the river.

• Tonight enjoy your dinner with Argentinean specialties as well as a sensuous Latin American Tango Dance performance.

• Overnight at Buenos Aires.

Day 6BUENOS AIRES - LIMA (PERU) (B/L/D)

• Buenos Aires city tour shares a considerable number of architecture elements with its French counterpart, wide boulevards with flowers and abudant vegetation.

• Visit to Plaza de Mayo, a centre of political activity in pose colonial times, the Government House ( Casa Posada), the Cathedral on the site where the first church in Buenos Aires was built, Colmbus Square, Customs House and La Boca District.

• La Boca is an Italian District and many of its inhabitants trace origins back to the northern Italian port of Genoa.

• Continues visit to the southern part of the city, side Drive Harbour, San Martin Square Capitol, the Cathedral, Presidential Palace, City Hall named after the Argentina Liberator General Jose De San Martin.

• Julio Avenue and Colon Theatre, one of the world’s major opera houses.

• Proceed to airport for your flight to – Lima, The City of Kings and a UNESCO World Culture heritage Site.

• Overnight at Lima.

Day 7LIMA - CUSCO (B/L/D

• After breakfast, transfer to airport for your flight to Cusco with LAN-city of the historic capital of the lnca Empire.

• Upon arrival, drive to Sacred Valley in The Andes of Peru.

• Visit to Awana Kancha, it is breeding Centre of South American camel (guanacos, llamas, alpacas and Vicuna) Artisans will demonstrate weaving and dyeing ancient Andean techniques from 12 communities still in use today.

• Overnight at Cusco.

Day 8SACRED VALLEY - MACHU PICCHU - CUSCO (B/L/D)

• Today heading to the fabled “Lost City” – Machu Picchu.

• This renowned city of the Incas, hideaway for the women and children of Incan aristocrats, was kept hidden from the Spaniards and remain unchanged. Meaning “Old Peak”, the lofty city with its timeless ruins exerts a compelling presence.

• Travel by train through Primal Mountain surrounding and verdant cultivated valleys.

• Next take a bus takes you 2460 metres up from the train to the ruins.

• Walking tour includes the temples, observatories, tombs rock-hewn steps.

• Return to Cusco by train.

• Overnight at Cusco.

Day 9 CUSCO - PUNO (JULIACA) (B/L/D)

• Free shopping at Pisac Market. Originally a place where people from remote communities used to barter their products. Pisac has evolved into one of South America’s famous souvenir and handicraft markets.

• Visit to Plaza de Arms with its lovely fountain and imposing Cathedral.

• The Temple of the Sun with its massive stone walls and sacrificial chambers and the enthralling ruins of the citadel of Saksaywaman located stop a hill overlooking the city.

• Transfer to the airport for flight to Juliaca – the capital of San Roman Province in the Puno Region of southeastern Peru.

• Enroute to Juliaca, stop at the pre- Incan burial grounds of Sillistani.

• See the above ground tombs, chillpas in which the Aymara Indians buried their high priests.

• You will be welcomed into one of the locals homes for an inside look at life here.

• Overnight at Puno.

Day 10PUNO (LAKE TITICACA) - JULIACA (B/L/D)

• Board a small boat and venture out onto the waters of Lake Titicaca – the 3000 square-mile and the highest navigable lake in the world, it have landscapes of indescribable beauty.

• The western part of the lake lies within the Puno Region of Peru and the eastern side is located in the Bolivian La Paz Department.

• Visit to the famous Uros Floating Island, where you can see life of local Indian.

• Return to Puno for overnight.

Day 11PUNO - LIMA (B/L/D)

• Lima is the most important city in the Spanish Viceroyalty of Peru and its environs are a treasure trove of ancient history.

• Archaeological sites contain ruins of the Incas and other previous societies.

• Spanish colonial times and more recent history are represented by churches government buildings and historic houses.

• Visit to the most interesting area and to the colonial district like The Cathedral, Pizarro’s Grave and the Senate Building.

• Overnight at Lima.

Day 12LIMA - IGUAZU FALLS - BRAZILIAN FALLS (B/D)

• Morning transfer to airport for your flight to Iguazu Falls – the world’s widest waterfall. It is also the meeting point of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentine, Iguazu Falls are waterfalls of the Iguazu River located on the border of the Brazilian State of Parana and the Argentine Province of Misiones. The falls divide the river into the upper and lower Iguazu. The Iguazu River originates near the city of Curitiba. It flows through Brazil for most of its course. Below its confluence with the San Antonio River, the Iguazu River forms the boundary between Brazil and Argentina.

• Visit to the Brazilian side along a paved road that will take you to the magnificent Iguassu Falls. There starts the walking tour along the catwalk measuring one kilometer of easy walking.

• Along this easy trek, there are several gorgeous panoramic views of the Falls and at the end of the catwalk a fantastic close-up encounter with the Devil’s Throat and main cataracts.

• The tour ends at the upper part of Iguassu Falls accessed through a panoramic elevator, where you will find a pleasurable lookout point with a view to the upper Iguazu River.

• Overnight at Iguazu Falls.

Day 13IGUAZU FALLS - ARGENTINA FALLS (B/L/D)

• Cross the border for a visit of the Argentina side of the Iguazu Falls.

• A series of boardwalks takes you above the falls to see the water crashing down into the Devil’s Throat. The 275 falls are over 3 kilometers (2 miles) wide and 80 meters (260 feet) high, which makes them wider than Victoria, higher than Niagara, and more beautiful than either. The scenery here is splendid and a photo shoot must not be forgotten.

• Overnight at Iguazu Falls.

Day 14IGUAZU FALLS - BIRD PARK - RIO DE JANEIRO (BRAZIL) (B/L/D)

• Visit the Iguazu Bird Park, 12 acres of subtropical forest filled with numerous species of birds.

• It offers you the unique opportunity to step into several 8-foot-(2.5 meter) tall aviaries for an up-close look at their tropical inhabitants. There are more than 150 distinct species of birds, both indigenous to the Iguassu region & from other areas of the world.

• Time again to take to the air towards Brazil bay city ~ Rio De Janeiro (7 wonder of the natural harbour city).

• Overnight at Rio De Janeiro.

Day 15RIO DE JANEIRO - CORCOVADO - SUGAR LOAF MOUNTAIN (B/L/D)

• A breathtaking mountain landmark and undoubtedly the symbol of Rio is Corcovado.

• A scenic drive along the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon and the traditional living area of Cosme Velho will bring us to the top of Corcovado Mountain.

• On top of this 2,329ft mountain stands the famous Statue Of Christ, the Redeemer, with arms outstretched in a gesture of blessing and welcome to visitors from all over the world.

• Located at the mouth of Guanabara Bay and at 1,299ft high, Sugar Loaf is one of Rio’s significant landmarks most readily associated with the city.

• Praia Vermelha in Urca district to take a cable car up to the top of the Sugar Loaf Mountain.

• There is a restaurant, bar, souvenir shop, open air theater, of course, a splendid view of the city, bay and beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.

• Overnight at Rio de Janeiro.

Day 16RIO DE JANEIRO - TRANSIT - HOME (B/L/MOB)

• Morning visit the Olympic Park, which served for the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 2016 Summer Paralympics.

• Spend the day free at leisure to explore Rio on your own, until time to transfer to the airport for your departure flight back home.

Day 17CROSS INTERNATIONAL DATE LINE (MOB)

• Enjoy hot meals on your flight back home as you cross the International Date Line.

Day 18ARRIVE HOME

• Arrived home with sweet memories.

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