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Experience Argentina & Chile

11 Days/10 Nights

Package Overview


Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world and the second largest in South America. It is the largest Spanish speaking nation. It is framed by the Andes Mountains and neighbour to Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay and Brazil. It is known officially the Argentine Republic.

Argentina is diverse in eco systems from Patagonia region to the northern Desert and the rainforest with Iguazu falls.


Chile is a country of extreme contrasts with an amazing variety of geographical features, from the desert in the North to the ancient glaciers in Patagonia. The East is framed by the majestic Andes mountain range; the Pacific Ocean coast, with its beaches and islands mark the west; while lakes, volcanoes, wine valleys and native forests are scattered the length of the country.

Chile, as well as enjoying a stable economy, has been nominated among the most serious and transparent countries in the world with regards to business practices. In security Chile is the leader in Latin America.

Agent Commission Starting At: $283.50

Package Pricing

Package starting at: $2835.00 PP * Prices based on double occupancy. Prices per person in USD.

Travel Itinerary

Day 1



- Meet and greet your guide at the airport and transfer to your Hotel.


- This entertaining tour consists in visiting the main attractions of Santiago, the country’s most important cultural, cosmopolitan and artistic hub.

- We start out with a visit to the highpoints of the city’s civic center, such as Cerro Santa Lucia (a centrally located historic urban park), the La Moneda Palace (presidential offices) and the traditional Plaza de Armas square, a meeting place for Santiago’s diverse and multicultural expressions.

- Buildings of historical value can be found in the neighborhood, such as the Metropolitan Cathedral, National Museum of History and Central Post Office. We later walk through the Parque Forestal, a park running parallel to the Mapocho river with a variety of tree species offering a refreshing break from the urban agitation of the city’s center, and continue on to Barrio Bellavista, Santiago’s bohemian neighborhood, with some of the best bars and restaurants in the city.

- Return to hotel.

- A visit to Cerro San Cristobal is included in this excursion.

Overnight accommodations.

Day 2


Santiago - Valparaiso & Viña del Mar - Santiago

- Morning departure to enjoy a delightful visit to two cities located on the Pacific coast that is just one hour and half by car from Santiago.

- Our drive will pass through the Casablanca wine region. Once we arrive to the coast, we’ll first visit Viña del Mar, also known as the “Garden City” because of its beautiful beaches, lovely parks and flower garden landscapes (such as the famous flower watch).

- It has become one of the central region’s most important tourism attractions. The peaceful seascape is an attractive complement for the city’s modern streets and infrastructure, turning it into an entertaining hub in constant movement.

- Our second destination is the picturesque city-port of Valparaiso, founded in the 16th century. You’ll marvel at the contrast between both cities, as the stylishness and beach culture of Viña is replaced here by a much more popular and artistic style.

- The port was declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site in 2003 and offers a unique and fascinating architectural adventure.

- We will also visit the Pablo Neruda Museum “La Sebastiana,” the former home of Pablo Neruda (one of Chile’s most renowned poets who was awarded a Nobel Prize in Literature,).

Overnight accommodations.

Day 3


Easter Island

- Transfer to Santiago´s airport for flight to Easter Island.

- Meet at Mataveri Airport and transfer to the Hotel.

Overnight accommodations.

Day 4


Rano Raraku, Ahu Tongariki & Anakena

- Drive to the southcoast coast and visit representative examples of not restored platforms, Ahus Vaihu in the bay of Hanga Te’e, and Akahanga, where supposedly the famous king Hotu Matua was buried.

- Proceed to Rano Raraku, quarry of almost 900 stone statues, 397 of them still lying or standing at the slopes of the extinct volcano with crater lake. Then visit Ahu Tongariki (restored with 15 Moais), most recent and biggest restoration on the island. Drive to the eastcoast and visit Ahu Te Pito Kura and the “Navel of the World”. Last but not least visit the beach of Anakena with its restored Ahus Nau Nau and Ature Huke. There you will have the opportunity to enjoy the warm Pacific Ocean. Picnic Lunch included at Rano Raraku.

Picnic Lunch included at Anakena

Accommodations (B/BL)

Day 5


Orongo & Ahu Akivi


- Drive up the extinct volcano Rano Kau, on the way you could observe a view over the whole island and see its distinct geological features, proceed to an outlook at the crater lake.

- Afterwards drive to the ceremonial village of Orongo, where the birdman competition took place and you can see the spectacular petroglyphs related to this culture, enjoy the breathtaking view towards the 3 islets Motu Nui, Motu Iti and Motu Kao Kao opposite the coast.

- Drive down again to Ahu Vinapu (not restored) and for some still proof of the influence of pre-inca arquitects in Easter Island culture.

- Last stop is Ana Kai Tangata cave with paintings.


- Drive to restored Ahu Akivi with 7 Moais, built in the middle of the island.

- The legend tells us that these statues are representing the 7 explorers who were sent to Rapa Nui by the king Hotu Matua. Proceed to the unrestored Ahu Hanga Poukura.

- Then visit the topknot-quarry Puna Pau with its red scoria stone, where all the Pukaos were made. We will also visit the ceremonial site of Tahai with 3 Ahus and restored statues, remains of boathouses, a boatramp and other features.

- Here we see the only statue with eyes.

- Return to the hotel.

Overnight accommodations.

Day 6


Easter Island - Santiago

- At the agreed time transfer to airport for your flight to Santiago.

- Arrive to Santiago and transfer to local hotel.

Overnight accommodations.

Day 7

Breakfast included at the hotel

Transfer out to the Airport for flight to Buenos Aires (air not included)

Transfer to your Hotel

Buenos Aires City Tour

Dinner and Tango

Accommodations at selected hotel

Day 8

Breakfast included at the hotel

Gaucho Party

Accommodations at selected hotel

Day 9

Breakfast included at the hotel

Transfer out to the Airport for flight to Iguazu (air not included)

Transfer to your Hotel

Accommodations at selected hotel

Day 10

Breakfast included at the hotel

Iguazu Falls Tour - Argentina side

Accommodations at selected hotel

Day 11


- Transfer to the airport to take your flight back to Buenos Aires.

- Arrive the domestic airport and transfer connection to Ezeiza to take the international flight(s) back home.

Additional Package Information

 Package Includes

  • Transfers and excursions are in private or shared service with English speaking guide assistance
  • Entrance fee to Rapa Nui National Parks
  • 10 nights Accommodations with breakfast buffet included
  • Meals as described in itinerary

 Package Does Not Include

  • Early check-in or late check-out
  • Taxes. All foreigner nonresident in Chile or Argentina are tax exempt (19%)
  • Domestic/ international air tickets and any airport fees
  • Entrance fees to IGR National Park changes, all must pay them included the TC
  • Eco Tourism tax Puerto Iguazu
  • Tips for the guides, drivers, at restaurants
  • Personal expenses
  • Services and meals not detailed

 Package Notes

  • Rates are subject to confirmation and price change
  • Itinerary could be changed according to flight schedules, climate conditions, or in order to provide a better service.
  • Museums are closed on Mondays.
  • - Black-out in Easter Island: Tapati Party (Jan 23 / Feb 11 approx.)
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11 Days/10 Nights Argentina Vacation Package

General Information

  • Capital: Buenos Aires
  • Government: Federal presidential republic
  • Currency: Argentine peso (ARS)
  • Area: 2,766,890 km2
  • Population: 39,921,833 (July 2006 est.)
  • Language: Spanish
  • Religion: Roman Catholic 92%, Protestant 2%, Jewish 2%, other 4%
  • Electricity: 220V/50Hz (European plug)
  • Calling Code: +54
  • Time Zone: UTC -3

Points of Interest

  • Tango in Buenos Aires
  • Iguazu Falls
  • Valparaiso and Viña Del Mar
  • Easter Island
  • Cerro Santa Lucia
  • Plaza De Armas & Moneda Palace in Santiago
  • Recoleta, San Telmo, Boca District and Mayo Plaza in Buenos Aires
  • Gaucho Party