The Atacama Crossing From Argentina To Chile Tour

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Day 1: Arrive in Buenos Aires.

Arrived in Buenos Aires met and greeted at the airport, and transferred to your accommodation. The rest of the day is free. Overnight in Buenos Aires at a hotel.

Day 2: Buenos Aires (Tango Show with Dinner – City Tour)

Pick up from the hotel lobby after breakfast to explore Buenos Aires. We will view the Obelisk, many city squares such as Plaza de Mayo, Plaza San Martn, and Plaza Congreso, and ride down numerous roads such as Corrientes Avenue, May Avenue, and 9th of July Avenue, among others. The journey will take you through ancient areas such as La Boca, San Telmo, and Montserrat, as well as the charming neighbourhoods of Palermo and Recoleta, as well as the modern Puerto Madero. We'll go to parks like Lezama and Tres de Febrero, as well as the famed Football Stadium. After the tour, return to the hotel to recuperate before heading out to watch a stunning Tango concert. Energize your enthusiasm with a night of tango in Buenos Aires that includes a beginner's tango instruction, supper, and a spectacular floor show: Sabor A Tango is the finest method to fully immerse yourself in the tango experience. The building's almost 27,000 square feet are solely dedicated to Tango performances. The facility, located in the centre of Buenos Aires, provides guests with a professional dance floor and a stage where renowned Tango performers perform. Alternatively, take a class in the "El Patio de la Morocha" hall, which is dedicated to the "Milonga Italia Unita." It houses beginning Tango classes. In between dances, have dinner. The restaurant delivers some of the city's greatest Argentine and international cuisine. Transfer to your hotel after the show. Overnight in Buenos Aires at a hotel. (B, D )

Day 3 : Buenos Aires - Tigre & Delta Tour

After breakfast, we will be picked up from the hotel lobby and driven one hour to Tigre, where we will board a tourist boat to cruise around the Delta and its islands. The lives of the "isleos" (those who live on the Delta's islands) are unique. We shall study their habits, culture, and way of life. On the trip back to Buenos Aires, we'll pass by the exquisite mansions of the wealthy, which are located in the northern suburbs, as well as the San Isidoro area. The rest of the day is free. Overnight in Buenos Aires at a hotel. (B)

Day 4 : Buenos Aires – Salta

Transfer to the airport for your flight to Salta after breakfast. Meet and greet at the airport, followed by a transfer to the hotel. The rest of the day is free. Overnight in Salta at a hotel. (B)

Day 5 : Salta - Tour to Humahuaca Gorge

Today, after breakfast, we will go to the Quebrada de Humahuaca, which is located in the western part of Jujuy Province. This is a colonial city: narrow paved avenues with streetlamps and adobe dwellings made Humahuaca one of the most significant trading hubs of Alto Per until the end of the nineteenth century. The majestic Quebrada de Humahuaca, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, depicts a magnificent scene where the Rio Grande fowls and large archaeological sites are located amid multicoloured hills. Tourists in this region connect with Hispano-American roots amid a landscape of valleys and small roads where Indigenous and Spanish civilizations intermingled. Overnight in Salta at a hotel. (B)

Day 6 : Salta -Tour Safari to The Clouds

After breakfast, board the incredible train, which will take you on a trip with the final destination being the skies. It is one of the world's three highest trains, going in and out and across the Andes highlands, with breath-taking vistas along the route. You pass via Salta and then travel to the valley of Lerma, where you can enjoy the amazing colours before arrival tatLa Puna. Called Because of its great altitude, the railway to the Nubes frequently sees clouds below the train tracks. Overnight in Salta at a hotel. (B) Salta - San Pedro de Atacama

Day 7 : San Pedro de Atacama

After breakfast, head to the bus station to begin your journey to the Atacama. This is a breath-taking ride through the Andes into ChiArriveival at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Overnight in San Pedro de Atacama at a hotel.

Day 8: San Pedro de Atacama - Archaeological Tour – Moon Valley

After breakfast, you will embark on an archaeological tour of San Pedro de Atacama, which will include a visit to the Gustave Le Paige Archaeological Museum and its fascinating collection of artefacts relating to the evolution of Atacamenian culture, as well as stops at the Square, Church, and colonial house. Excursion to Pukará de Quitor, an XII Century Atacamenian fortification that served as the last line of defence against the Conquistadors' army. Then continue to the Valley of the Moon, an amazing scenery resembling that of the moon. The Salt Mountain range, home to the Mars and Moon valleys, is the greatest site to watch the much-anticipated Chilean sunset. Return to your hotel room. Overnight in San Pedro de Atacama at a hotel. (B)

Day 9 : San Pedro de Atacama- Tour toGeysers De Tatio

Discover one of the world's highest-elevation geyser fields today after breakfast. Over 100 geysers huff and puff, shooting explosive jets of water and gas into the freezing air. The El Tatio Geyser Field is located in the Andes Mountains of northern Chile, just over 14,000 feet above sea level, and getting there is half the pleasure. Along the route, you'll go up winding picturesque mountain roads surrounded by snow-covered active and dormant volcanic peaks. Subterranean magma heats an underground supply of water, resulting in an explosive release of pressure. Overnight in San Pedro de Atacama at a hotel. (B)

Day 10 : San Pedro de Atacama - Chuquicamata Tour - Santiago de Chile

Today, after breakfast, tour the Chuquicamata mine, the world's largest open-cast copper mine, as well as the town workings and industrial units. Return to the airport for your flight to Santiago de Chile. Arrival in Santiago, followed by transport to the hotel. The rest of the day is free. Overnight in Santiago de Chile at a hotel. (B)

Day 11 : Santiago de Chile City Tour

After breakfast, take a 3-hour guided tour of the historic highlights of Santiago, Chile's capital. Discover Chile's rich cultural legacy by visiting the city's monuments, such as Plaza de Armas, Santa Lucia Hill, La Moneda (the Government Palace), the Post Office, Club Hipico (Riding Club), and the Santiago Metropolitan Cathedral. Make your way to Cerro San Cristobal. A chapel and a beautiful 72-foot-tall monument of the Virgin Mary may be seen atop the hill. Visit the Orient Sector, Santiago's most contemporary neighbourhood, to view its spectacular high-rise structures and elegant boulevards. Overnight in Santiago de Chile at a hotel. (B)

Day 12 : Maipo Valley and Undurraga Winery Tour

After breakfast, we will visit one of the most important places in the Central Area, the Maipo Valley, where The Undurraga Winery is located, with its four-generation history that pervades the place, its family park, the modern winery factory, and its incredible romantic subterranean wine cellars where we will share a wine glass with some of the winery's best reserve wine. Later, on the coast route, we will enjoy Pomaire, where we will have a direct touch with Chilean culture and traditions; in this little and lovely town, craftsmanship in clay expressetheir people's way of life. Overnight in Santiago de Chile at a hotel. (B)

Day 13 : Depart Santiago de Chile

Your journey finishes with transport to Santiago de Chile Airport. Thank you for coming to South America! We hope you had a wonderful trip and wish you a safe return home. (B)

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