SüdamerikaWrapped in sensations
In Argentinien starten wir in Buenos Aires, erleben das Estancia-Leben in Uruguay, staunen an den Iguazu-Wasserfällen, nevor wir in Brasilien Rio de Janeiro besuchen, auf der Ilha Grande an traumhaften Stränden entspannen und in Paraty die historischen Bauten bestaunen.

Rundreise - Wrapped in sensations

  Argentinien  Brasilien  Uruguay 

Highlights der Rundreise
  • Nachtleben Rio de Janeiro
  • Naturspektakel an den Iguazú-Wasserfällen
  • Chillen auf Ilha Grande
  • Echtes Farmleben auf einer Estancia
Wir haben der Versuchung nicht widerstehen können, dass du die 17 Tage deiner Reise mit einem Tango auf der Straße beginnen kannst. Du kannst doch, oder? Danach kommt es knüppeldick: Rinderfarm, Iguazú-Fälle, Copacabana, Pirateninsel. Ein Best-of südamerikanischer Lebensart. Und die Natur gibt den Sand dazu: weich, weiß und warm.

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Buenos Aires

Bienvenidos. Welcome to Argentina!  Your adventure begins with an orientation walk around Buenos Aires’ Microcentro district at 1 pm. Your leader will be waiting in the lobby of your joining point hotel. Pass by historic buildings along the Avenida de Mayo, including the Casa Rosada  (Argentina’s government house) and perhaps have a coffee in the traditional Café Tortoni. Stroll around the picturesque streets of San Telmo and its antique markets. In the evening, attend a group welcome meeting at 6pm. Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask reception where it will take place. We’ll be collecting insurance details and next of kin information at this meeting for those that did not attend the orientation walk earlier, so ensure you bring these details to provide to your leader. If you’re going to be late, please inform hotel reception. Head out tonight and be swept away by the dance of love at an optional tango show. There’s a lot to see if you arrive early into the city. Explore the antique markets of San Telmo or browse the museums in the well-to-do neighbourhood of Recoleta. If you’re a foodie or a wine connoisseur, take part in the Malbec Trail of Palermo.

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Today cross the Rio de la Plata (River Plate) to Colonia del Sacramento by ferry. On arrival, enjoy free time to explore this charming colonial city, known as the oldest in Uruguay. The World Heritage-listed Barrio Historico is a great place to start. Stroll down the cobblestone streets and rub shoulders with locals, as they sip their yerba mate (tea). Listen to the noisy parakeets in the Plaza Mayor, or comb Colonia’s small museums. For great views over the city, climb to the top of a 19th-century lighthouse that’s still in operation.

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Estancia Stay

Today is a long travel day. Take a comfortable local bus from Colonia to Montevideo. From Montevideo it’s a further five-hour journey to Tacuarembo by bus. The bus has reclining seats and you’ll be provided with a typical Uruguayan snack, but as the bus doesn’t stop it’s also recommended that you bring your own food. From Tacuarembo it takes a further hour by truck and 4WD to the ranch, where you’ll be spending the next three nights.

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Estancia Stay

Spend a few days experiencing the real deal of a working Uruguayan farm. Although you’re welcome to laze around and explore your surroundings, you can also fully involve yourself in day-to-day jobs around the ranch. These jobs change with the day and the season, but may include herding sheep and cows, branding cattle or injecting lambs against worms.

On the afternoon of day six travel to Concordia in Argentina. From here take a 12-hour overnight bus to Puerto Iguazu. The bus has reclining seats and toilets and movies will be shown to keep you entertained. A simple dinner is also provided on board.

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Foz do Iguazu (Brazilian Side)

As soon as you arrive at Puerto Iguazu bus station this morning, take a minivan across the border into Brazil and continue onto your hotel in Foz do Iguacu. Depending on traffic, this should take about an hour.
Close to the borders with Argentina and Paraguay, Foz do Iguacu is Brazil’s gateway to the famous Iguazu Falls. Uppon arrival if hotel rooms are ready you will be able to check in before heading out to explore the Brazilian side of the falls. Soon after take a short transfer to the falls. From here, panoramic views can be enjoyed. For unforgettable views, take an optional helicopter flight over the falls (at your own expense).
Depending on time, you can also visit the local bird park while you’re here.

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Iguazu Falls (Argentinian Side)

Travel back into Argentina today to visit the falls. Following a series of boardwalks, it’s possible to get so enough to the thundering waters that you can almost touch them. At over 2 km long, Iguazu Falls are actually a series of cataracts. There are over 270 falls in total, with some reaching up to 80 metres in height. For a more exhilarating experience, take an optional Zodiac boat ride to the base of the falls and feel the water in your skin! In the afternoon return to Foz do Iguacu, where you’ll spend a second night.

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Rio de Janeiro

Today you'll take an included flight to Rio de Janeiro. Upon arrival and after settling in to your hotel roomyour tour leader will take you on an orientation walk.The remainder of the day is yours to explore. People-watch on Copacabana or Ipanema beach, take a tourof a favela or, if the time of year is right, check out a soccer game at the famous Maracana Stadium. Youmight like to take the tramcar up to the hillside neighbourhood of Santa Teresa or head up CorcovadoMountain, where you'll find sweeping views over Rio from the foot of the Christ the Redeemer statue. Asevening approaches, perhaps take the cable car up to Sugarloaf Mountain to watch the sunset before partying in the samba clubsof Lapa.

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Rio de Janeiro

Bem-Vindos! Welcome to Brazil.Your adventure begins at 1pm today. Your Tour leader will take you on an orientation walk around Rio. Inthe evening there will be a meeting at 6pm.The locals like to say that 'God made the world in six days, the seventh he devoted to Rio'. In this heavingmetropolis, set against the luminescent green of Guanabara Bay and surrounded by the slopes of Sugarloafand Corcovado, it's hard not to be caught up in the passion of the city's residents (known as Cariocas). TheFrench were the first to settle here as they logged wood along the Brazilian coast, but they were soondriven out by the Portuguese, who built a fortified town named Sao Sebastiao do Rio de Janeiro and quicklyamassed wealth during the gold rush of Minas Gerais. In the 19th century, the Portuguese monarchy fledfrom the threat of Napoleon in Europe and took up residence in Rio, where they built grand buildings thatstill stand today. These days Rio is a fascinating and diverse city best known for its contrasting images offavelas (shanty towns) and the glitz and glamour of Carnaval.

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Take a local bus from Rio to Paraty. The remainder of today and tomorrow are free to explore Paraty. Admire the architecture as you wander along the town’s cobbled, pedestrian-only streets, which become partly covered in seawater at high tide. You might prefer to explore the rainforest trails in the surrounding national park, which is rich in wildlife and waterfalls. Perhaps take a boat trip on the island-studded bay for scenic views along the coast or join an excursion to the nearby village of Trindade, which boasts some of Brazil’s best beaches.

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Ilha Grande

Today, take a shared transfer to Agra followed by a ferry to the island getaway of Ilha Grande . This islandparadise of pristine beaches and rainforest has been largely untouched by development. There are noprivate cars or banks on the island, so make sure you bring cash with you. Previously a pirate's lair, a lepercolony and a prison for violent criminals, the island has a fascinating history to uncover. The ruins of theprison can still be seen today.

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Ilha Grande

Enjoy two full free days to explore Ilha Grande. Wander along rainforest trails to beautiful and remote beaches; Lopes Mendes and Aventureiro Beach are among the most scenic. Take an optional boat trip out to the Blue Lagoon, beach hopping through Ilha Grande Bay along the way. There are plenty of opportunities to stop for fresh seafood, and to swim and snorkel in the clear water. In the evening relax with a caipirinha at a restaurant or bar in Vila do Abraao, which is the island’s main town.

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Rio de Janeiro

Board a boat to the small port of Mangaratiba today, and from here take a minivan back to Rio de Janeiro. The rest of the day is free to explore or simply hit the beach and relax.

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  • Unterkunft: 12 x Hotel, 4 x Estancia
  • Transport: Reiseminibus
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