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    Buenos Aires
    Avant-garde city

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    Humahuaca gorge
    Multicolored landscape

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    The White Continent

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    World's End

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    Iguazu Falls
    Natural Wonder of Nature



After a brief safety talk, we take off from the old Ushuaia airport, to West direction to appreciate Beagle Channel and Mount Susana. Then we turn to the right heading East to enjoy a wonderful view of Ushuaia, the Andes mountain range, the Martial Glacier, the Cinco Hermanos mountains and the emblematic Mount Olivia. We will fly over the downtown area with its characteristic buildings such as the Presidio, the Government House and the local port. Returning to the heliport.


This is an original and enjoyable way to discover the vineyards, the wineries and the amazing wine region of Luján de Cuyo. The main goal of this activity is to enjoy a tour outdoors surrounded by the unique scenery of the Andes and the vineyards. Visitors will get to know two different wineries and their vineyards. In all wineries, guided tours will be provided and also several tastings of the well-known wines they produce. At the end of the tour, in the last winery, a first class lunch with matching wines will be served.


Characterized by a nostalgic, old-world beauty, the city that is referred to as the “Paris of the South” boasts marvelous architectural jewels. We shall explore the elegant Recoleta and Retiro quarters with treed sidewalks, turn-of-the-century palaces and handsome apartment buildings. We shall visit the masterpieces that surround the sprawling Plaza San Martín, a Beaux Arts Palace built as residence for the Anchorena family; an imposing mansion inspired by the Louvre Palace, and a ground-breaking Art Deco skyscraper, a landmark that was at the time of construction, 1936, the highest concrete building in the world. The Museum of Decorative Arts decorated in eclectic style including neo-Classical; Circulo Militar, designed in Paris and built in Buenos Aires for the Paz family; the French Embassy and the Brazilian Embassy; San Martin palace —today the Foreign Affairs Ministry— among other beautiful buildings.