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Iguaçu Falls in Brazil

These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Brazil, and they showcase some of the routes that we've found work particularly well.

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  • Iguaçu Falls

    Argentina & Brazil: cities & waterfalls

    Argentina and Brazil
    • Explore Buenos Aires, from vibrant La Boca to the elegant avenues of Palermo.

    • See an Argentine tango dance show.

    • Take a private guided tour of Rio’s highlights, from Christ the Redeemer to Copacabana.

    • Feel the spray from the immense Iguazú Falls, enjoying private tours of both sides.

    11 days from £4,360pp

  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Simply Brazil tour: Rio, Iguaçu & Búzios

    • Take an evening tour and experience Rio's famous foodie nightlife firsthand.

    • Visit Brazilian icons such as Sugarloaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer.

    • Explore the Brazilian and Argentine sides of the spectacular Iguaçu Falls.

    • Escape the city and enjoy a few days of rest and relaxation in Búzios.

    10 days from £4,700pp

  • The Amazon

    Brazil in a nutshell: Iguaçu Falls, Amazon & Rio

    • Listen to the roar and feel the spray of the mighty Iguaçu Falls.

    • Take a motorised canoe through the steamy Amazon with your local guide.

    • Enjoy jungle excursions including piranha fishing and spotting pink river dolphins.

    • Soak up the iconic views of one of the world's most beautiful cities, Rio.

    12 days from £7,700pp

  • Perito Moreno Glacier Tour, El Calafate

    Luxury Argentina tour

    Argentina and Brazil
    • Spend time in Argentina's cultural capital, Buenos Aires.

    • Admire the natural beauty of the Argentine Lake District.

    • Sail the milky waters of Lago Argentino to visit the mighty Perito Moreno Glacier.

    • Be in awe of the mighty Iguazú Falls.

    14 days from £10,565pp


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