Join us as we wine and dine through Buenos Aires, the Paris of South America. Explore Argentina's rich culinary history and world class wines through food tours, cooking classes, and private chef dinners. Take a day trip north to Iguazu Falls to see the largest waterfall system in the world.
Day 1 - Puertas Cerradas Dinner
Arrive to Ezeiza International Airport and enjoy private transportation to your hotel in the beautiful neighborhood of Recoleta. Rest or explore the neighborhood before meeting up with the group for a private dinner in a chef's home.
Day 2 - Food Tour
Spend the day on a walking food tour through Recoleta. Start by tasting juicy empanadas paired with Argentinian wine. Then, visit a traditional restaurant and try staple dishes, including the milanesa, the infamous asado (BBQ), and Spanish tortilla. Finish the tour by enjoying a cafecito and Dulce de Leche ice cream.
Day 3 - Estancia Day Trip
Travel outside the city to the countryside and spend the day at a typical Estancia. Enjoy a walking tour of quaint, colonial San Antonio de Areco, the prettiest town in the Pampas. Visit a traditional pulperia (gaucho bar), the oldest of its type in Argentina. Take a leisurely horseback ride around the beautiful grounds of an authentic ranch (horse-drawn carriage rides are also available). Enjoy an authentic asado (Argentine barbecue) with the best cuts of meats raised on the ranch. Watch gauchos (Argentine cowboys) demonstrate their guitar and horseback skills.
Day 4 - Cooking Class
Take free time in the morning to explore Buenos Aires, then join the group in the evening for a fun and private cooking class with a local chef. We'll prepare a traditional local menu consisting of an appetizer, a main course and a dessert. After the hands-on class, enjoy all your hard work over a 3-course menu paired with local wines.
Day 5 - Day trip to Iguazu
Take an early morning flight up north to Misiones. Spend the day on a guided tour through magnificent Iguazu National Park, where you'll enjoy spectacular views of the largest waterfall system in the world and surrounding rain forest. Choose between two options to get even closer to the infamous Devil's Throat: hike for a view from above or take a boat ride for a view from below. A late afternoon flight brings you back to your hotel in Buenos Aires.
Day 6 - Final Supper
Spend one last day in Buenos Aires, joining the group for a special final meal.
Day 7 - Departure
No activities planned for today - continue traveling on your own or return home.
Double Occupancy: $3275.00 USD
Single Occupancy: $3550.00 USD
Accommodations (6 nights)
Meals (6 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners)
Walking tours & day trips
Flight to/from Iguazu Falls
Accompaniment by SeeJaneMove Guide & local tour guides (Spanish/English speaking)
What’s not included:
Round-trip international airfare to Buenos Aires
1-2 meals per day (varies according to schedule)
Return flight from Iguazu
Luggage fees, spending money, tips, extra activities
A $500.00 US non-refundable deposit is required to secure your spot.