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Argentina New Year's Highlights
Buenos Aires - Iguazu Falls
40's - 50's and 60's+ Singles Vacations


Discover the magic of the Paris of South America, admire the world's largest waterfalls up close, visit the land of the Gauchos and sail on the Tigre River on this amazing singles vacation in Argentina.
Throughout its flamboyant history, Buenos Aires has exuded a romantic allure that has proved difficult to resist. Experience the Porteños' (the people of Buenos Aires) devotion to the passionate music of tango, the rich and varied cuisine and a wealth of art and culture. Travel to Iguazu to walk through the jungle, ride the river and feel the spray of the mighty Iguazu falls then spend New Years with new friends in the magical city of Buenos Aires 

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Buenos AiresBuenos Aires, Argentina Highlights Singles Vacation Itinerary

Vacation Day 1 : Arrive Buenos Aires, Argentina
Upon arrival in Buenos Aires you will be met at the airport and transferred to our centrally located hotel, the Novotel Buenos Aires Hotel. Free time to relax before we start our trip around this wonderful city. Tonight meet your group leader and join the other singles for an optional dinner.


Vacation Day 2: Buenos Aires
plaza de mayoToday we explore Buenos Aires on our full Day tour of the city. Soaked in culture, the city is a giant living, breathing museum showcasing a vibrant, and often volatile, blend of European and Latin American influences. Today we will visit the famous Avenida de Mayo that runs into the Plaza De Mayo, surrounded by the Casa Rosada (Government House), the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Cabildo (first City Hall, built during Spanish rule). At the other end of Avenida de Mayo you find the Congress building.  
We will visit the Metropolitan Cathedral, an imposing Neo-classical building and Argentina´s main catholic building. The mausoleum of General San Martin is located inside, and Pope Francis celebrated religious services here when he was Cardinal of Buenos Aires.
La BocaOur next stop is La Boca, Buenos Aires's most colorful and picturesque area famous for the Boca Stadium and Caminito Street. After driving by the stadium enjoy a walking tour and lunch break at Caminito street. Located on what used to be the city’s biggest port, immigrants set up shops, worked the docks and built homes from the scrap material leftover from ship-building. You’ll see this in the haphazard shanty houses that still line the streets here, made from sheet metal and wooden planks; in addition, nearly all of them are painted in very bright colors. The area is now thriving with peddlers selling art, buskers playing music and stalls offering trinkets of every variety.Zanjon de Granados
San Telmo, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and our next stop, boasts a vibrant tango and arts scene. The area still maintains much of its original architecture, historic mansions and cobbled streets. Its antiques markets, candle street lighting (known as farolas), cobblestones, and old buildings, all add to the unique atmosphere. In fact, we will visit an 1830 old mansion with an ancient Zanjón (ravine) to take a fascinating underground trip into the origins of the city. Tour through the archaeological maze of centuries-old tunnels and ruins, dating back to Buenos Aires’ early foundations. Explore the subterranean waterways and learn about the immigrant families who lived in the house after the wealthy tangoowners departed.
While visiting Buenos Aires, watching a tango show should be on everyone's bucket list. Originally from the poorer districts and only danced by men, the music included flutes, violins, and guitars. Later on, the flutes were replaced by the "bandoneón" (a type of accordion), which gave tango its distinctive flair. Tonight we will head to one of the city’s tango houses, indulge in exquisite food, and enjoy a live tango show. 


Vacation Day 3: Buenos Aires - New Years Eve
floralis genericaToday we head north and visit La Recoleta, one of the Buenos Aires's most glamorous neighborhoods. Along Alvear Avenue, see countless upscale stores, restaurants, cafes, and boutiques. The Recoleta Cultural Center, the National Museum of Fine Arts, and the Palais de Glace are an important part of Buenos Aires’ cultural activities. We will drive by many beautiful parks, and see the famous Floralis Generica at the United Nations Park, and the Libertador and Figueroa Alcorta Avenues.
Recoleta CemeteryVisit the Recoleta Cemetery, founded in 1822, one of the most prominent cemeteries in the world. The most celebrated Argentineans, including Eva Peron and her family, are buried at this elaborate cemetery, where mausoleums replicate chapels, pyramids and Greek temples. Appreciate the ornate mausoleums, sculptures, and vaults made by famous local and international artists. 
After our tour of the Cemetery, enjoy free time to visit one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires: Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood. Stroll around New Years Eve Buenos Airesthe streets filled with designer boutiques, fashionable cafes, and trendy restaurants.

Then it's time to go back to the hotel and get ready for a fun, exciting New Year's Evening. Starting with a wonderful dinner at a local Argentian restaurant near Puerto Madero. Then we'll immerse ourselves in the Buenos Aires New Year spirit at Puerto Madero. We'll join the crowd as they countdown to midnight and enjoy the unobstructed view of the fireworks.

Vacation Day 4: Buenos Aires - Iguazu Falls
Iguazu Falls ArgentinaAfter breakfast we transfer to the domestic airport for our flight to Iguazu. At the border conjunctions of Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil, Puerto Iguazú is the entry gate to the imposing falls. Upon arrival in Puerto Iguazu Airport (IGR) Argentina, we will be met at the airport and transferred to the group's hotel, Mercure Iguazu Hotel Iru located at the heart of the Iryapú Jungle. Enjoy the pool and have dinner at the hotel's restaurant as tomorrow is a busy day.


Vacation Day 5: Iguazu Falls - Argentine Falls Tour & The Great Adventure
Devils Throat WaterfallThe views are amazing on our full day tour of Iguazu Waterfalls on the Argentina side. The 200,000 year old falls span across the border of three countries and is known to pour over 400,000 gallons of water per second onto the rocks below! Today we explore three tiers of Iguazu to see the falls from different vantage points. The lower walk leads to the base of the falls where the intense crash of the falls releases a thick mist into the air. The upper path leads to incredible panoramic views of the falls.
After our walk, we take a short ride on a train to the footbridge over Devil's Throat, the largest of about 275 waterfalls making up Iguazu Falls. and the border between Brazil and Argentina. The feeling of the magnitude and strength of the water falling is overwhelming and marvel as the water rushes down into the river below and creates clouds of mist and endless rainbows.
Great Adventure boat tripGet your cameras ready because a memorable experience awaits, as we take the Iguazu Great Adventure. We start by entering the jungle by specialty truck and during our three mile ride our guide introduces us to the local nature. Then we board our boat to sail the Lower Iguazu River heading towards the waterfall and enjoying plentiful rapids on the way. Upon reaching the Tres Mosqueteros Fall, view both the Argentine and Brazilian Falls crowned by the view Devil’s Throat. Then the most exciting point comes when facing the incomparable San Martín waterfall, the second in size and the biggest any boat may face.


Vacation Day 6: Iguazu Falls - Brazilian Side
iguazu falls BrazilAfter breakfast we drive through the Iguazu National Park until we reach the Brazilian side of the falls. From here, we walk along the paths to appreciate the lush vegetation, butterflies, and cascades. Stroll along the 1 mile path that leads us to an amazing panoramic view of the Devil’s Throat. From here, we can appreciate the incredible scene that includes other iconic sites in Argentina like the Two Sisters and Bozzeti waterfalls, the Superior Circuit, and San Martin Island, Bird Park Iguazauwhere the movie “The Mission” was filmed.
The Bird Park is located just before the Brazilian National Park entrance and combines ecological tourism and preservation. The sanctuary is home to over 500 species of birds and aims to rehabilitate and release them back into nature. Walk along the paths in the subtropical forest and keep your eyes open for butterflies, alligators, snakes, and monkeys. Get up close and personal with different birds, take photos, and learn about the park’s mission to raise awareness and protect native species and ecosystems.


Day 7:  Iguazu Falls - Buenos Aires
After breakfast, relax at the hotel until time to leave for the airport. We leave the amazing Iguazu Falls behind and fly back to Buenos Aires. Upon arrival we will transfer back to the Novotel to re-check-in. Once back at hotel the rest of the day is yours to enjoy as you wish.


Day 8: Buenos Aires - Gauchos Day
Estancia Don SilvanoThe Pampas (lowlands) are waiting for us to spend a full day at Estancia Santa Susana. Escape the bustling streets of the city and discover the traditional way of life in the Argentine countryside. Meet the friendly gauchos, talented wranglers and horsemen similar to cowboys of the American West. Estancia Santa Susana is a 2,965 acre ranch located in the district of Campana, near “Los Cardales” townGauchos BAUpon arrival, be greeted with two Argentine specialties, piping hot empanadas and wine. After a tour of the grounds by carriage or on horseback, including a stop at the Spanish-colonial house which now contains a museum, guests are treated to a parrillada, an Argentine-style barbecue that remains a popular weekend tradition even among modern Porteños. Tango dancers and folk singers entertain during the meat-centric lunch. Afterwards, enjoy a guided visit to the Spanish-colonial style “casco” and to the authentic museum. If you want, take a horseback ride to enjoy the stunning landscapes the lands have to offer. End the tour with some typical activities like a regional game known as “carrera de sortijas”. Here, two teams on horsebacks try to pass a pin through a small ring as they hang from a wooden arch.


Vacation Day 9: Buenos Aires - Tigre River
Tigre River boat rideThis morning we drive along the Rio de la Plata to the charming northern suburb of San Isidro, home to an impressive cathedral and mansions built by the city’s old aristocratic families. Then we continue on to Tigre, where we embark on our 1 hour delta cruise. Relax on our catamaran as we float along the Paraná Delta and its channels, rivers, streams, and numerous islands, appreciating the lush vegetation. Float past stilted homes and learn how delta-dwellers access goods and services through a network of floating markets. See landmarks that line the waterways in the relaxed town of Tigre, including Sarmiento’s historic home and museum. After our cruise, relax as we travel back to Buenos Aires.
Argentine ExperienceTonight, enjoy an introduction to the best of Argentina’s cuisine and culture, beginning with appetizers and wine. Then we get to create our own empanada, choose the filling and learn the “repulge” technique to make it. Learn the most important Argentinean hand gestures before we get to enjoy what many claim to be the best steak in Argentina. A steak that goes through a unique 24-hour preparation method. Try different Malbec wines from boutique wineries Argentine Experience 2in Mendoza as well as other typical food like cuartirolo cheese with dulce de batata (made with sweet potato) and dulce de madera (Argentina is the only country in the world where a special kind of wood can be eaten). For desert make your own alfajores, Argentina’s national sweet, that combines biscuits, dulce de leche, melted chocolate, and coconut shavings. End our gastronomic experience with a lesson on the history and etiquette of “mate”, the country’s national tea. Learn how to prepare it from scratch and share it among yourselves.


Vacation Day 10: Depart for home
Our tour ends after breakfast (if you can still put another bite into your mouth..). You will be transferred to the Buenos Aires airport according to your flight schedules. Say goodbye to all your new friends and the end of another wonderful New Year's singles vacation.


Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls - Argentina New Year's Singles Vacation


Price: $2995*

Singles Tour Includes

* 9-Night Accommodations
* Breakfast Daily - 1 Lunch - 3 Dinners

* 2 Domestic Air Flights
* Dedicated Tour Leader (English speaking)

* Guided Tours, Activities and Admissions per itinerary
* Airport / Hotel Transfers on Tour Dates
* All Taxes and Surcharges except Buenos Aires city tax.

*The price per person is for a double room. Free roommate matching is available on all our vacations, so there is never a need to pay a "single supplement". If you wish to room alone it is an additional $850

Not Included

* International Air Flights
* Travel insurance
* Gratuities

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