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Argentina Agricultural & Sightseeing Tour

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Departing March 5th - March 19th, 2019

Featuring ExpoAgro

The worlds greatest machinery demonstration exhibition of it’s kind!


March 5th 2019: Depart Canada overnight flight

Day 1: Wednesday 06th March: Buenos Aires - D

Arrive in Buenos Aires / meet with your English speaking guide

Welcome Dinner: Traditional Argentinean Food

Overnight Buenos Aires

Day 2: Thursday 07th March: Buenos Aires - BL

Visit to Canadian Embassy or ACA (Argentina Co-op Association) presentation on Argentina Ag Industry and doing business in Argentina.

Afternoon: City Tour of Argentina - Free time at La Boca Quarter, shop and watch Tango on the street, bars etc.

Group dinner – free time

Overnight Buenos Aires

Day 3: Friday 08th March: Buenos Aires / Puerto Iguazú - BL

Morning Fly to Iguazù

Transfer to the hotel for lunch.

Afternoon: Iguazú Forest – Trekking into the tropical jungle to discover the flora and fauna, the ecosystem. You will touch and feel the sounds of the jungle.

In the late afternoon we will take a boat to navigate by the Paraná and Iguazú rivers. Enjoy the landscape with some drinks and live music on board.

Overnight Puerto Iguazú

Day 4: Saturday 09th March: Iguazú - BD

Full day Iguazú Falls: Located in Misiones Province in the North-eastern tip of Argentina and bordering the Brazilian state of Parana to the north, Iguazú National Park, jointly with its sister park Iguaçu in Brazil, is among the world’s visually and acoustically most stunning natural sites for its massive waterfalls. It was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1984. Across a width of almost three kilometres the Iguazú or Iguaçu River, drops vertically some 80 meters in a series of cataracts. The river, aptly named after the indigenous term for “great water” forms a large bend in the shape of a horseshoe in the heart of the two parks and constitutes the international border between Argentina and Brazil before it flows into the mighty Parana River less than 25 kilometres downriver from the park. Large clouds of spray permanently soak the many river islands and the surrounding riverine forests, creating an extremely humid micro-climate favouring lush and dense sub-tropical vegetation harbouring a diverse fauna.

Overnight Puerto Iguazú

Day 5: Sunday 10th March: Iguazú / Posadas - BL

Depart to Posadas, the capital city of Misiones Province.

Farm visit on route: Yerba mate crops (typical local Argentine tea)

Visit the Ruins of San Ignacio

San Ignacio Ruins are located 240 km (Provincial Route 12) from Puerto Iguazú and 64 km (Provincial Route 12) of the city of Posadas (capital of the Province of Misiones). The Jesuit Mission (which inspired the movie The Mission) was founded in 1610 in the Guayra area by Fathers Jose Cataldino and Simon Masseta. In 1655 the Mission moved to the Paranaima area because of the Mamelukes´ invasions. In May 1695 it was again moved to the current location. It was called San Ignacio Mini to distinguish it from the earlier founded San Ignacio Guazu. The San Ignacio Ruins are well preserved thanks to various significant restoration works. At its zenith, this Mission had over 3,300 inhabitants, and its close relationship with the Parana River allowed them to maintain frequent exchanges with the other missions. The Jesuit Ruins of the San Ignacio Mini Mission were declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. The Interpretation Centre offers information about the Jesuit-Guarani culture

Overnight Posadas

Day 6: Monday 11th March: Posadas / Corrientes – BL

Depart to Corrientes, the capital city of Corrientes Province

We cross Corrientes province visiting a beef ranch (indicus and indicus cross cattle bred for the climate in northern province)

Afternoon visit a large beef operation - Corrientes Province is an important beef production province

Overnight Resistencia

Day 7: Tuesday 12th March: Corrientes / Calchaquí – BLD

Depart to Reconquista, in the northern region of the Santa Fe province

Agricultural visits to sugar cane, cotton, rice & sunflower operations

Afternoon visit a large grain farm

Overnight Reconquista

Day 8: Wednesday 13th March: Calchaquí / Rosario – BD

Morning visit to Angus stud ranch

Travel to Rosario

Depending on time – afternoon free for shopping & exploring Rosario on your own

Overnight Rosario

Day 9: Thursday 14th March: Rosario - BL

Visit Rosario Port for grain exportation

Visit the Rosario Board of Trade / Lunch at the board of trade - www.bcr.com.ar

Free afternoon to explore Rosario on your own, dinner on your own and free evening

Overnight Rosario

Day 10: Friday 15th March: Rosario / Expoagro / Buenos Aires - BD

Full day Expoagro (www.expoagro.com.ar)

Expoagro is an undisputed reference of the Argentine agricultural and farming sector in the world and its four days constitute a unique opportunity to be part of this productive phenomenon that offers a network of valuable contacts to generate business opportunities and technical exchange with companies in Argentina. Year after year, more and more foreign delegations visit Expoagro.

Hundreds of entrepreneurs, technicians and farmers of over 30 countries of the 5 continents, attend the exhibition for networking and dealing with local companies.

Meetings can be set up with exhibitors ahead of time, please advise who you wish to meet with and we will make the appointment on your behalf.

Transfer back to Buenos Aires

Group Dinner this evening

Overnight Buenos Aires

Day 11: Saturday 16th March: Buenos Aires - BD

After the busy day at EXPO AGRO you will have free morning to relax & rest.

This afternoon we will explore other parts of Buenos Aires that we didn’t couldn’t see on our city tour upon arrival in Buenos Aires.

Group Dinner this evening & free evening in Buenos Aires

Continue to Buenos Aires

Overnight Buenos Aires

Day 12: Sunday 17th March: Buenos Aires - B

Morning transfer to San Telmo Market - enjoy some free time to shop

Free day to explore Buenos Aires on their own

Dinner on your own tonight

Overnight Buenos Aires

Day 13: Monday 18th March: Buenos Aires - B, D

Morning Visit a Horse Ranch where you will find the “criollo”, the king of the pampas.

The criollo (Argentinean Horse) is a strong and rustic horse descended from Spanish horses and naturally adapted to the Pampas. The breed, known for its hardiness and stamina, is most popular as a working horse.

One example of the breed's fantastic endurance was the ride made by the Swiss-born Argentine rider Professor Aimé Félix Tschiffely (1894–1954) between 1925-28.

Tschiffely took two crioulos, 16-year-old Mancha and 15-year-old Gato, on a 13,350 mile (21,500 km) trek from Buenos Aires to Manhattan, New York, crossing snow-capped mountains, the world's driest desert, the thickest tropical jungles, riding in all types of weather. Alternating the riding and packing between the two horses, the trio took three years to finish the trip.

Visit San Antonio de Areco

(Gaucho history - famous Argentine cowboys)

Gaucho Museum, free time to explore San Antonio de Areco , stop in to the shops and buy some typical Gaucho products, leather products, traditional Gaucho knifes, mate cups, jewellery.

Farewell Dinner: Evening Tango Show with dinner

International show with our famous world music TANGO, singing and dancing.

Overnight Buenos Aires

Day 14: Tuesday 19th March: Buenos Aires / Canada

Free morning

Transfer to the international airport to take the flight to Canada

End of tour

Argentina Agricultural & Sightseeing Tour Departing March 5th - March 19th, 2019

Group Size: 20 to 24 Passengers Land Only: Twin Share: $4662 per person

Group Size: 25 to 29 Passengers Land Only: Twin Share: $4397 per person Single traveller on request!

NOTE: Flights can be booked on air points or with the group flights, the flights have not been released for March 2019. We will provide a quote for group flights once they release the dates.

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