- duration 15 days
- tour type Private
- age requirement 5+ years old
- guiding method Live Guide/Instructor
- Iguazu Waterfalls and Perito Moreno Glacier Two amazing extremes
- Whale watching in Puerto Madryn
- Canoeing at the End of the World
- Explore the city of Buenos Aires
Visit two of its most seductive cities-eclectic Buenos Aires, famous for the Tango, European-style architecture and traditional "asado" barbecue; and Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world and known as 'the end of the world', surrounded by part of the Andes Mountains.
Also, visit the country's most popular national parks and see the magnificent natural wonders of Los Glaciares, Perito Moreno Glacier, Iguazu Falls and Tierra del Fuego.
This trip also features a Valdes Peninsula whale watching cruise and visit to South America's largest Magellanic Penguin colony.
Please see the detailed itinerary for more information.
I think seeing the Iguazu falls was our favourite its really not to be missed! Probably the final walk along the platform on the Argentenian side (when you get wet) was our favourite.
Our favourite memory would be the Milonga it was a real cultural learning and we had fantastic teachers & guide (also a teacher). I would also say that the Tango was not to be missed really exceptional.
We thought all of the guides were exceptional very knowledgeable and keen to share their experiences. Really nice people too.”
We had SUCH an amazing honeymoon thanks to you guys..we appreciate every last detail from the prompt pickups to the late check out at some point, and the kindness everyone on your team has showed us.
After doing a lot of research on which spots of Argentina we wanted to check out, I believe I checked out at least 3 companies via Google trying to find a company that could accommodate our itinerary with a reasonable budget. We almost went to another company, but I think your prompt replies in the inquiry phase really helped us lean your way.
It was nice to have you guys arrange all the interconnecting flights and hotels for us, and we felt like we were in good hands throughout the entire trip. The recommendation pamphlets you provided were helpful, and the tours were just amazing. We definitely appreciated the on-time pick ups and friendly service throughout the entire booking process and while we were in country everything went real smooth and we felt comfortable.
The hotel in Bariloche (Inacayal) might have been our favorite. It was a beautiful property, had super nice staff, beautiful room, nice pool/hot tub with a spectacular view and overall great location overlooking Nahel Haupi lake.
Kau Yatun in El Calafate was also nice!!! No TV but that was fine by us since we enjoyed the quite. It felt so remote and also had happy, friendly staff - they even offered bikes into town which was a nice surprise (only used them once though) and it had a peaceful stream nearby you could walk to and walking into town wasn't hard.
Man..we were just BLOWN away by the glacier tour..the guides were cool, and the glacier was just mesmerizing! Was so cool putting on the crampons and walking on that gigantic chunk of ice - one of the coolest places we have ever and probably will ever see...All excursions were worth it to us and we enjoyed each of them, but this one took the cake
Santi (Santiago) in Bariloche was just fantastic for our Nature & History tour. He spoke excellent English, was funny, and polite and just a wonderful guy! Rodrigo was also super nice and informative for our welcome and departure - he even checked up on us during the trip which was nice!
The only thing we can suggest is perhaps sending the itinerary descriptions in an easier format to read (during booking process) - not sure how you'd do that, but I think it would possibly help.
Also, perhaps give those traveling to the Patagonia region a heads up that they'll need to throw their toilet paper in the bin and not flush it as it was a little confusing when we first encountered that.
For Buenos Aires/Bariloche, maybe give people a heads up that they will probably have to insert their room key next to the light switch to activate electricity for the room. They will eventually ask the front desk and be advised, but when you first arrive and think your room lights don't work and need to use a dark bathroom in a hurry, it would be good to know ;)
Also would be good to know how much to tip guides. We had no idea what was appropriate, so any kind of advice for that would be very helpful. I think we read somewhere it should be a certain percent of the cost of the excursion, but since we're on a package and don't know all the costs, a general idea would definitely help.
Other than that, you guys are just awesome. So nice and helpful the whole way through. We were worried about booking a company we have never heard of before, but after reading a few reviews and confirming you were legit, it was an easy choice. Thank you over and over again for such a wonderful honeymoon and experience. We want to visit more areas of Argentina someday..so we'll be back (hopefully!!)”
We found Say Hueque on the internet. Say Hueque had excellent reviews on various websites and was mentioned in Frommer's and Lonely Planet travel websites. I will be posting a review!! I am also attaching a few photos!
We traveled to six destinations on our trip each destination offered it's own uniqueness. The arrangements Say Hueque made for us helped us enjoy each location that much more without having to worry about all the travel details......Say Hueque took care of all that for us!!!
A favourite hotel LOL!! The Belmond!!! Really, really nice hotel!!! We would have loved to have stayed here a little longer!!! All the hotels arranged for us were great!! Service, cleanliness, etc.....everything was really wonderful!!! One item that really impressed us about ALL the hotels we stayed in.....once we checked in, the people that worked at each hotel remembered our names!!! Very nice to experience that!!
Again....difficult to answer what has been our favourite excursion !! Hard to compare since each excursion offered it's own unique experience! Walking with penguins....very awesome!! Perito Moreno Glacier....phenomenal!!! The hiking, the scenery.....breathtaking!! All of Argentina is wonderful!!! Every single guide we had on our trip was great!!! Everyone kept things interesting, funny and adventurous!!! We loved all of them!!!
We cannot think of anything that needed improvements or changes!!! Everyone that we worked with in Say Hueque took care of all our needs!! All arrangements were taken care of, all guides and drivers were right on time, every time!!!”
Day 1: Buenos Aires arrival
Day 2: Buenos Aires city tour and tango show
Day 3: From Buenos Aires to Puerto Madryn
Day 4: Peninsula Valdes whale watching
Day 5: Penguins in Punta Tombo – Puerto Madryn
Day 6: Puerto Madryn travel to Ushuaia
Day 7: Patagonia Adventure in Ushuaia: Trekking & Canoeing
Day 8: Beagle Channel Cruise / El Calafate
Day 9: El Calafate: Perito Moreno Glacier Tour
Day 10: El Calafate Tours
Day 11: The Patagonia Adventure ends - Back to Buenos Aires!
Day 12: From Buenos Aires travel to Iguazu Falls
Day 13: Iguazu Falls Tour: Argentine Side
Day 14: Iguazu Falls Tour: Brazilian Side
Day 15: Buenos Aires - adventure in Argentina comes to an end!
- All transfers mentioned, including to and from airports
- 4 nights in Buenos Aires, 3 in Puerto Madryn, 3 in El Calafate, 2 in Ushuaia, 2 in Iguazu
- Breakfast and meals mentioned in the itinerary
- Tours described in the itinerary
- Bilingual guide (English / Spanish)
- National Park entrance fees
- International or domestic flights
- Travel / medical insurance
- Iguazú Eco Fee: Mandatory tax to be paid once you get to your hotel in Iguazú. It's about 5 usd per guest, per night, and it varies according to your hotel category. Only cash is accepted.
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