Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro are two of South America's most iconic, beautiful and vibrant cities. Though they're roughly 1,200 miles apart, there's no reason you can't see them both!
This 15-day overland trip connects the two world-class cultural capitals via spectacular scenery, historic landmarks and wonderful Brazilian and Argentine culture.
You'll head north inland to the mighty Iguazu Falls with plenty of time to explore the natural wonder. Then you'll veer east to the Atlantic coast south of Parati and wiggle your toes in Brazilian sand before ending with a samba in Rio.
Days 1: Enjoy a free day in Buenos Aires to roam the plazas, taste the steak and soak in the Latin American vibes
Day 2-6: Head up to Iguazu Falls, a rushing stream of several waterfalls that straddle the Argentine and Brazilian borders, with options for helicopters rides, boat rides and mountain biking around the field
Days 7-14: Leave the rustic region of the falls and journey to the Brazilian coast, Curitiba, with an option to ride one of the world's most famous train routes; then head to Parati for a laid-back historic village on the water, before exploring the secluded islands by taking a sailing trip in a traditional schooner
Days 15: Relax during one free, final day in Rio de Janeiro for a wind-down of beaches, sun and mountains
Oasis Overland • 011 44 (0) 1963 530 113 Length/Departs: 15 days, 26 July, 30 August 2017 Accommodation: Camping, hotels/hostels Price: £485 (+ local payment of USD$295) Difficulty: Moderate
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