Travel to Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil on this Latin adventure
2018 TRIP ITINERARY CHANGE – From January next year, the trip code and itinerary of this trip will change. Please see the Buenos Aires to Rio Explorer (GGBDC) on our website
Hug the coastline of eastern South America on this amazing unplugged adventure. Discover an array of colourful Argentinean attractions, travel to Rio de Janeiro to soak up 'la vida' Brazil style and experience life on a working estancia in Uruguay. South America will reveal itself as a fun, feisty and flamboyant continent that will leave you giddy and wanting more, more, more!
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Soak up the cosmopolitan, European and Latin charms of Buenos Aires and explore the sights of its historic city centre
Harness your inner gaucho during a three-day stay at a working estancia in Uruguay. Whether it’s getting involved in daily chores around the farm, working with livestock or simply relaxing on the ranch, experience a unique way of life and Uruguayan hospitality at its best
The mighty Iguazu Falls straddles the border between Argentina and Brazil, and you’ll be able to see it from both sides
Step back in time in the traffic-free streets of colonial Paraty, where Portugal meets Brazil, jungle meets sea and relaxation meets adventure
If it weren’t for the ruins of an old prison, you’d never imagine that Ilha Grande has such treacherous history of piracy, disease and criminality. Enjoy two free full days to discover virgin rainforest, crystal lagoons and some of Brazil’s best beaches in this undeveloped island paradise
The heaving, hedonistic metropolis of Rio de Janeiro is a great way to end the trip. Party down with the locals and experience a culture at the beating heart of Brazil
This trip involves some long travel days, including an overnight bus. This can be tiresome but offers a real sense of adventure. The buses are well equipped with comfortable reclining seats and on-board toilets. Snacks are provided but we recommend you also bring your own food in case you get hungry.
While at the estancia in Uruguay, you can choose to participate in the day-to day-activities of the farm as much or as little as you like. If you do choose to get involved, prepare for some early morning starts and to get your hands dirty when working directly with animals. The accommodation is multi-share and meals are served family style. Please inform your booking agent if you have any dietary requirements.
This trip starts with an Orientation Walk at 1 pm. If you are unable to find a suitable flight it is possible to book additional nights at the joining accommodation.
A Single Supplement to have your own room is available on this trip however excludes nights 4, 5 & 6 (Estancia stay) and 7 & 10 (Overnight bus) where you will be in shared accommodation.
The Argentine government charges Canadian citizens a reciprocity tax. This tax must be paid online prior to travel and a receipt for this payment must be produced at every border crossing into Argentina.
In 2018 the trip code and itinerary will change. Please see GGBDC on website.
Our Buenos Aires to Rio Unplugged trips score an average of 4.76 out of 5 based on 99 reviews in the last year.
Intrepid is a great tour company to go with as mostly everything is covered for, had nice places to stay in at every stop, was always activities to do and I advise taking some of the optional activities if the tour guide suggests so. Met a variety of people and made some great memories.
Review submitted 17 Sep 2017
Wonderful trip to see some of south Americas greatest highlights- So much to see in Rio and Buenos Aires, it is definitely recommended to book a few days on either side of the tour. There were so many highlights, Juan and Susan at the Ranch, Riding boats into waterfalls at Iguazu Falls and BBQs on the Beach in Ilha Grande are just a few. Definitely money well spent.
Review submitted 09 Aug 2017