Argentina Wildlife Journey

Written by  Jayne Potulny

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  • Photo of Argentina Wildlife Journey
  • Photo of Argentina Wildlife Journey
  • Photo of Argentina Wildlife Journey
  • Photo of Argentina Wildlife Journey
  • Photo of Argentina Wildlife Journey
  • Photo of Argentina Wildlife Journey
Photo of Argentina Wildlife Journey
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This excursion through untamed Argentina explores areas with diverse wildlife, ancient history, and colorful culture.

Begin your journey at the spectacular Iguazu Falls where 275 cascades fall in this sub-tropical rainforest. Follow in the footsteps of ancient Jesuits as you drive to the Iberá Wetlands a sanctuary for a profusion of water birds, reptiles, and mammals. Fly to the multicultural city of Buenos Aires. After exploring Argentina’s capital city, fly south to the Valdes Peninsula to discover a region focused on the conservation of marine life. This memorable journey ends on the pampas in Buenos Aires.

Península Valdés


Suggested Itinerary

Day 1-2: Arrive in Iguazu. Visit the Iguazu Falls.
Day 3: Rent a car and drive to Puerto Valle stopping at missions en-route.
Days 4-5: Explore the Iberá Wetlands
Days 6-7: Fly to Buenos Aires
Days 8-10: Fly to Trelew. Visit the Valdes Peninsula by boat.
Days 11-12: Fly to Buenos Aires
Day 13: Fly home


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