(Buenos Aires, Puerto Madryn, Ushuaia, El Calafate, Iguazu Falls)
The ocean mist casts a haze over virgin sub-Antarctic forest, the frozen slopes of an imposing glacier provide a slideshow of shifting shapes and colors, and soaring waterfalls spill crystalline torrents in this incredible corner of the world.
Take in the many architectural wonders of sophisticated Buenos Aires on a bike tour, and experience the city’s vibrant nightlife first hand. Outside the city, soak in views of the Gulf of San Jose and Nuevo Gulf from the Valdes Peninsula, and board a small boat at Piramides Port to spot southern sea lions. You’ll also explore the southernmost portion of sub-Antarctic forest on the planet at Tierra del Fuego National Park where Tierra del Fuego Island presents breath-taking views. Get a sense of Ushuaia’s convict past aboard a replica steam train retracing the prisoners’ forced journey; follow a walking circuit around Perito Moreno Glacier to enjoy a series of vantage points; and take a panoramic train to the walkways that surround the raging waters of the impressive Iguazu Falls.
Argentina is an incredibly beautiful country, and an experienced team of English-speaking guides and private drivers will ensure you see some of the best parts of it. Your collection of luxury accommodation is almost as beautiful as the scenery and spans sophisticated city hotels, top-class mountain spa resorts, and panoramic retreats on the cusp of Argentina’s incredible natural wonders. Your only concern will be keeping your camera charged and ready to capture the endless photo opportunities that are rolled out before you.
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The Argentine National Immigration Directorate (DNM) has launched an online method of payment to enable payment of the reciprocity fee via credit card. Travellers can now pay this fee through the Provincia Pagos payment system. US, Australian and Canadian citizens can pay the reciprocity fee before entering Argentina by accessing the following websites: www.provinciapagos.com.ar and www.migraciones.gov.ar.
How can I pay the Reciprocity Fee Online?
1.Register at www.provinciapagos.com.ar and obtain an entry code. 2.Complete the form including personal and credit card details . This information and the entry code will be sent electronically to the DNM. 3.After payment is processed, print the receipt. 4.Upon arrival in Argentina, go to the DNM Office and present the printed receipt. 5.The receipt will be scanned by DNM staff and the data will be validated to enable entry to Argentina.
Subject to change without notice.
Upon your arrival you will be met by a local representative who will help you locate your vehicle.
A private transfer between the airport (International) and city of Buenos Aires with a professional driver and an English-speaking guide is provided.
Buenos Aires is world famous for its nightlife, glamourous restaurants, trendy nightclubs and fashionable bars. This bike tour will take you to some main points to appreciate: Corrientes street, Colon Theatre, the Obelisk, Puerto Madero, Plaza de Mayo and San Telmo where you will make a stop to have a drink at Dorrego square. Private tour, pick up and drop off at the hotel
A private airport transfer with a professional driver and English-speaking guide is included (between Buenos Aires' hotels and domestic airport or vice versa)
Flight is required, currently not included in the quote.
Enjoy a private transfer with vehicle and driver to Puerto Madryn.
Morning departure from Puerto Madryn for a full day excursion to the Valdés Peninsula. Enter by Itsmo Ameghino, from where you can see the Gulf of San Jose and Nuevo Gulf, with a brief stop in the Interpretation centre. The excursion continues to Pirámides Port, where navigation in small boats can be made to see Southern Sea Lions.
Later, we will leave for Caleta Valdés where we will have lunch (not included) and we will have an opportunity to see Sea Elephants. After lunch, we will go to the southern portion of the Peninsula, known as Punta Delgada to see the Southern Elephant Seals. On our way back, we will go past the Salinas and we will have the chance to observe the terrestrial fauna, and in case we fail to sail in the morning due to bad weather, we will go past Pirámides Port for another opportunity to navigate. At the end of the day you will either return to Puerto Madryn for an overnight, or check-in to your hotel in Peninsula Valdes (this is dependent on your specific itinerary).
NOTE: Whale specimens can be seen only between June and December, the Magellanic Penguin can be seen between October and March and Commeson's Dolphins from December to March (These seasonal excursions have an extra cost, upon request).
Enjoy a private transfer with vehicle and driver to Trelew.
A private airport transfer with a professional driver and English-speaking guide is included (between Ushuaia hotel and airport or vice versa).
Partake in a half day private tour with your own vehicle, driver and guide to explore the Tierra del Fuego National Park, situated 11 km from Ushuaia. The park was established in 1960 with the intention of protecting the southernmost portion of the sub Antarctic forest and is made up of 63000 hectares. Unlike many other parks, it combines the ocean, forests and mountains. The biological richness of the Tierra del Fuego Island with its beautiful scenery is simply stunning. You can find animals such as red foxes, cauquenes, ducks, Patagonian wood peckers and more than 90 species of birds that are part of the Fuegian fauna, as well as beavers and rabbits, which were introduced to the island by colonizers. The forest is formed by lengas, guindos, ñires and valleys of peat and lichens. Ensenada Bay, Lake Roca and Lapataia Bay (the end of the Pan-American Highway that connects Alaska and Tierra del Fuego) give color to this unique place where we can still find reminders of the ancestral inhabitants: the yámanas. At the end of the tour you will be brought back to your hotel.
Take an original method of transportation to see the sights on an old steam-powered train which used to carry convicts in former times as they worked to supply firewood for the town. Today this train has become an attractive way for visitors to get to know a little more about Ushuaia’s past. Taking a bus and traveling west along National Road 3, you reach the Train Central Station, just 8 km away from the city. A replica of the original train is used and you can take the same journey that prisoners were forced to make decades ago.
Enjoy a private airport transfer with your very own vehicle, driver and English speaking guide.
An excursion to the Perito Moreno Glacier is a must! You will be picked up from your hotel for a full day shared excursion to the Glacier, one of Argentina's prime touristic attractions. The 30 km (19 mi) long glacier, is one of 48 glaciers fed by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field located in the Andes system shared with Chile, it is the world's third largest reserve of fresh water and one of only three Patagonian glaciers that are not retreating.
You will travel about about 2 hours to reach the Glaciers National Park and from the beginning you will see this trip has pleasant surprises! Already in the outskirts of El Calafate, you can see the Argentine Lake with its Round Bay populated with an important variety of birds such as the black neck swan, flamencos, duck steams, gallaretas, the cauquén and coirones. You will enter about 26 km into the Glaciers National Park where you will observe the arboreal vegetation formed by ñires, sour cherries and lengas. As well as some flowers of diverse colors like the outstanding “notro” with its intense red colour.
A large visitor centre at the site features a walking circuit which allows views of different faces and the surface of the glacier. There is also a restaurant at the site, if you feel like stopping and having some lunch (not included). Throughout the day the guide will explain the general features of the glacier and give specific details of Glacier Perito Moreno's flora and fauna, and its particular formation. After an amazing day in the outdoors you will return to your hotel in El Calafate
Enjoy a private transfer between the airport and Iguazu in the company of an English-speaking guide, and a private vehicle with a professional driver.
Experience the Argentine side of the Iguazu Falls from Misiones, the area which borders Brazil. After being picked up by your English-speaking guide and private vehicle, you will be transferred to Iguassu Park to take a train to the walkways. Marvel at the Iguassu Falls as you make your way along the path system. Stop by "Devil's Throat" and get up close to the falls. At the end of the tour you will return to your hotel.
Enjoy a private transfer between Buenos Aires International and Domestic airports (or vice versa) with private driver and English-speaking guide.
Hotel Madero is placed in the wistful and scenic Puerto Madero area, and is a beautiful hotel to stay in while getting to know the fiery city of Buenos Aires. The 197 rooms offer a vast space in which one can relax and unwind, with great views. The culinary skills of the French chef at Madero's Red Resto & Lounge, are showcased via French specialties fused with international. Spend time at the bars, sipping on cocktails, or drop by the pool for a refreshing swim.
The Tolosa Hotel is located two blocks (200 meters) away from the cruise pier. It combines contemporary design with bright spaces and it is a place where you will find personalized attention, harmony and quality. Its character and atmosphere depict the category of this hotel.
Cilene del Faro Suites & Spa is located on the Beagle Channel, with the Andes mountains behind, which protects the hotel from the strong patagonian winds. Take in the wonderful view, one that combines the best of a top class hotel with the characteristics of an apartment hotel. Let yourself be overcome by the spaces, providing high-end hotel services.
Kosten Aike Hotel is situated in one of the south-est places on earth, in El Calafate, Patagonia Argentina. Ancestral Tehuelche designs, greatly appreciated because of their high aesthetic concept and perfect geomerty have been recreated in every corner of the Kosten aike Hotel. Quilts (bed covers), curtains, rugs, ironwork and plastic compositions have been made by distinguished Argentine artists. Kosten Aike Hotel offers different lodging options in order to guarantee a memorable stay in Patagonia.
The Amerian Portal del Iguazu is seated only 100 meters from the three borders landmark near the Iguazu Falls, and welcomes visitors from across the world to share in its hospitality. The 102 rooms are comfortable and include mini bars. 24 hour room service is available as well as 2 onsite restaurants and bars, with gourmet and casual offerings. Take a trip to the falls, or stick around at the hotel and steam up in the sauna and Jacuzzi.
Christina Adams ,
April 21, 2014
"I know it's silly to give all 10's, obviously every trip has it's ups and downs, but if it hadn't been for our Kensington Tours planning, guides and drivers we would have been lost! It was wonderful to be out in a strange new environment yet know we had a safety net and a friendly face. The places we visited were awesome but I think we'll remember most the people that we met. Thank you and I'll send photos soon! Sincerely, Christina Adams"
Frank Manna ,
April 21, 2014
"Our guided transfers were exceptionally accommodating even though our flights were considerably delayed. The Annavillanas Jungle Lodge was spectacular for location, accommodations and food. The Rio Carnival experience was unique and unforgettable and our seats were wonderful. Loved the location of our hotel in Rio.......right on the street of Copacabana Beach.......fantastic. "
Vivian Jennings ,
April 21, 2014
"Very pleased with organization. Not having to worry about connections or arrangements is wonderful. Great selection with hotels, Coral 1 and Napo Wildlife. Kensington puts all the details together to ensure a wonderful trip. Highly recommend the Galapagos and Amazon. "
Daniel More ,
April 21, 2014
"All was great. Guides were knowledgeable, personable, friendly... that's what really made the trip."
Marlin Barad ,
April 21, 2014
"Sofia, thank you for putting together a great trip. We certainly enjoyed ourselves very much. The planning and care was excellent. We hope we can do another trip with you all soon. Marlin Barad"
Laura Iyer ,
January 10, 2014
"We just returned last night from our Patagonia adventure and we had the time of our lives! Everything turned out perfectly. Guides were fun, on time and informative. The excursions were great for an active family and, of course, amazing. I thought after the glacier trek it can't get any better - but it kept surprising me and amazing me. My personal favorite was the horseback riding. I thought afterwards after everything we have seen the bike tour would have to be a let down - NOPE - it also was so exciting and our guide was a hoot! Meals were amazing and after so many active excursions no guilt in pigging out. I am so happy we took a little risk and went out of the way with our vacation this year. We will have this with us for a life time.
Catherine Dudley ,
January 10, 2014
"GREAT trip! We were very pleased with every aspect that Brandi set up for us including the tour of Quito and environs. Our guide spoke excellent English, the driver was courteous and we felt safe and well-informed throughout the day. We're still going through the 500+ photos that I took and the 1700+ photos that my son took. Galapagos was a fabulous trip and the Eclipse was a terrific way to navigate the islands.
Mark Dornfeld ,
November 11, 2013
"My wife and I had a wonderful trip, we really enjoyed ourselves. All the accommodations that you booked for us were exceptional and our drivers and guides were lovely. We had great weather the whole trip and only lost one activity due to high winds. As you know this is a beautiful part of the world so my camera was snapping all the time. We would definitely use your services in the future for this type of travel. Thanks for all you help and expertise........be well.....m.d."
Jack Gregory ,
November 11, 2013
I wanted to give you a little feedback on our recent trip to Peru.
In a word – EXCELLENT – especially the high quality people you work with in Peru. We have taken tours all over the world, S. Africa, France, England, Vietnam, China to name just a few, and the service we received in Peru was far beyond and of the other experiences we have had. The attention to detail was very much appreciated, picking us up at the airport, taking us back to the airport and complete, hassle free, handling of all our details truly made this a stress free experience.
Special thanks to:
-The entire reservation system and the people I came in contact with that process...every detail accounted for
-The people that looked after us in Lima
-Andre, the young man in Cusco who faithfully phoned every night just to make sure the day went well, my wife was well and that we knew what we had to do the next day.
-The Sumaq hotel in Aquas Calientes...you can tell the level of service by the details...I watched a waitress hold a high stool for a lady to prevent her from tipping backwards as she got on the stool, the lady didn’t even know the waitress did it....that’s client care.
-Especially Mariela, the tour guide in Cusco...highly knowledgeable, passionate, personable and shows great care for the people she guides.
Hainsworth Sherry ,
November 05, 2013
Clients were very impressed. Guides were amazing and accommodation was beyond expectations. They will definitely travel with you again and they have highly recommended Kensington Tours.
Hope I can work with you again the in the near future.
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