See Argentina's attractions and the incredible places to visit in Brazil
Seek out adventure on a tantalising trip through Brazil and Argentina. Enjoy the wood-grilled parillas in Buenos Aires or while away the night in one of Buenos Aires' sultry tango clubs. See the jaw-dropping power of Brazil's Iguazu Falls and the vastness of the Pantanal wetlands along the way. Meet up with Cariocas for caipirinhas in Rio de Janeiro and revel in the raucous atmosphere of this captivating city. Explore the most exotic places to visit in Brazil, pass through small historic towns and spend time discovering the best of Argentina's attractions. Tap your foot to the beat of the tango in Argentina before swinging those hips to the sway of the samba in Brazil. This feisty South American tour is an irresistible way to become submerged in the energies of Brazil and Argentina.
Dance the tango in sophisticated Buenos Aires
Marvel at the mighty Falls of Iguazu
Peruse the ruins of San Ignacio Mini
Snorkel with colourful fish at Bonito
Spot a wealth of wildlife in the Panatal wetlands
Stroll Paraty's colonial cobblestone streets
Experience the rhythm and colour of Rio de Janeiro
Travel from each destination to the next on one of Dragoman's purpose-built trucks, this is an overland adventure! There are some long travel days, venturing away from cities and into remote areas, but the rewards are immeasurable.
Dragoman overland journeys are designed to offer freedom, and many of our routes have a degree of flexibility depending on the destination.
Dragoman uses a broad range of accommodation on our trips from good hotels, basic hostels, family-run guesthouses, well-equipped campsites, local family homestays, or wild camping in more remote areas. Note: some routes are non-camping routes, depending on the nature of the destination. Please see the day to day itinerary for more detailed information about accommodation on the trip.
On a Dragoman overland trip you're more than just a passenger - you're part of the team! Everyone on the journey will get involved to help with setting up camp, pitching tents, shopping for food, and cooking. The more you put it the more you get out!
1. Please note that for trips ending in Rio for Carnaval, the itinerary will be slightly different. These departures will spend one less night in Rio and will not visit the Morrinho Project. They will instead spend an extra night in Brotas.
2. This trip finishes on arrival in Rio. There is no accommodation provided in Rio. We recommend you stay a couple of extra days.
3. This trip is run by our experienced overland partner Dragoman.
4. Please note that this trip requires minimum numbers to depart, and may be cancelled up until 56 days prior to departure. The places showing on the dates and availability page are an indication only so please contact Intrepid to check if your preferred date will depart before making any final arrangements, such as booking non-changeable flights.
Our Buenos Aires to Rio trips score an average of 4.33 out of 5 based on 3 reviews in the last year.
Thoroughly enjoyed the holiday, will definitely do Dragoman tours again.
Review submitted 19 Oct 2016
Anyone who cannot tolerate cigarette smoke may want to limit the length of their trip. Also plan on spending more money on meals when camping may be upgraded to hotels, costs for optional activities will probably be higher, and transportation may not be included for activities.
Review submitted 14 Feb 2016