tourist. Wild views in one of the most magical and vibrant cities in the world, Rio de Janeiro. After enjoying the magical city with its natural and human landscapes, we will visit the Iguazu Falls. We will stroll through lush tropical vegetation as we have insane amounts of water pouring from different heights with tremendous noise. We will visit Buenos Aires also known as “Paris of South America. Afterwards, we will reach the city of Bariloche the lakes district capital in the heart of the Andes and end up in the town of Calafate on the banks of Lake Argentino where we will visit the famous glacier reserve in Patagonia.
Day 1 –Arrival
Arrival to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s best-known city, considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. You will be warmly welcome by our local representative and then transfer to the hotel for relaxing due to long flight.
Day 2- Rio De Janeiro
After breakfast, we’ll start our tour of the city with an exploration of its famous beaches, including the famous Copacabana – renowned throughout the world. We’ll continue to visit the old city, after which we’ll see the Samba Stadium -which every year hosts the largest carnival in the world. We’ll also view the Maracana Stadium, the world’s best-known soccer stadium with its 128,000 seats (!)
Day 3 Rio de Janeiro
Done with our breakfast in the hotel we’ll enjoy a jeep tour to the unusual reserve on Mount Corcovado for a spectacular panoramic view over the city. The sight from up there is remarkable in its beauty and explains why Rio is such a special city. We’ll continue to the Tijuca Rain Forest, the worlds largest urban rain forest which is located in the heart of the city. The forest is full of delightful niches with flowing waterfalls. We’ll end the day at with tour of the Favelas of Rio, the shanty towns that almost surround the city.
Day 4-Iguazu Falls
After breakfast, we’ll head to the airport for our flight to Iguacu Falls Nature Reserve, one of the largest in the world. The falls are located on the border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. Upon landing, we’ll make our way directly to the Brazilian side of the falls. We’ll be presented with the most amazing panorama of multiple waterfalls gushing over cataracts as far as the eye can see. In the evening, we’ll recommend going out to a folklore show.
Day 5-. Iguazu Falls
Today we’ll cross the border to visit the Argentinian side of the falls. The visit on this side enables us to get very close to the cascading falls. Once we’ve seen both sides, we’ll head to local airport for our flight to Buenos Aires.
Day 6- Buenos Aires
Today we will start our visit to “Paris of South America” the city of more than 10 million residents. We’ll admire the wide boulevards decorated with trees and flowers, the magnificent squares with the presidential palace, the congress palace, the impressive synagogue, the opera building, the Law Courts, the football stadium and of course the Jewish quarter where many families live, along with Jewish schools and dozens of synagogues. We will visit the picturesque “La Boca” neighborhood of Italian immigrants and the magnificent “Riccoleto” cemetery. Finally, we’ll enjoy some time at the famous “Florida” pedestrian mall – and the giant “Pacifico Gallery .
Day 7- Buenos Aires
We’ll take a walking tour in the area around out hotel. This is a good option for those who care for the shabbat .in the evening we will head to the world famous Argentine “Tango Show”.
Day 8 – Bariloche
This morning we will take a flight to San Carlos de Bariloche “Diamond of the Andes, the “Chocolate City” with its magical Andean landscapes. Bariloche is a mountain resort located in the Nahuel Huapi National Nature Reserve, It is considered the informal capital of the Argentine Lakes region. The city and its surroundings are filled with countless stunning lakes surrounded by snowy peaks and lush forests. Upon landing we will embark on what is known as the short circuit, Circuito Chico. We will hike in the Llao Llao Forest, located on the edge of the great Nahuel Huapi Lake.
Day 9- Calafate
Today we will fly to the Pampas in Patagonia. We’ll land in the town of Calafate, located on the banks of Lake Argentina, bordered by the “land of fire”. It is considered to be the “cultural end of the world” in the southern hemisphere. After landing, we will tour the area of Lake Argentina, to visit the “exploding glacier” “Perito Moreno” which rises 70 m above the lake. It’s 5 km wide! Often, huge blocks of ice break off the glacier and fall into the lake. Visitors from all over the world. Every now and again, as the ice breaks off the glacier, it causes a massive thunderous explosion, lending the name “exploding glacier” to Perito Moreno.
Day 10- Calafate – Home Gateway
Our tour comes to an end after breakfast. We’ll gather our belongings and transfer to the airport for our flights to our home gateways.