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The height of adventure awaits in scenic vistas of Osorno Volcano as you cruise from Chile to Argentina and on a zip-line ride in Peulla, Chile


River area*, an exhilarating zip-line ride* in the treetop canopy, or a leisurely horseback ride* through the forested national park with a local guide. Dine when you wish tonight. Meals BLD


5. CROSSING THE ANDES TO ARGENTINA Get ready to feast your eyes on a banquet of natural wonders on your crossing through the Andes into Argentina! Boat cruises today take you across Lago Frias and Lago Todos Los Santos – watch for Andean condors soaring among the mountain peaks above you. Spend the next two nights at a lovely lakeside resort in breathtaking Bariloche. Meals BLD


6. LLAO LLAO RESORT AT LEISURE The entire day is free for you to enjoy the many amenities available at your resort (some at an additional charge), from archery, golf, tennis and sailing to pampering spa treatments and tango lessons. Or you can explore downtown Bariloche or Nahuel Huapi National Park on your own. Meals BD


7. FLY TO BUENOS AIRES


Indulge in 360-degree vistas of Andean peaks, jeweled lakes and lush forests during a chairlift ride up a mountain before flying on to Buenos Aires for a three-night stay in the “Paris of South America.” Have dinner at your hotel, ideally located in the affluent neighborhood of Recoleta. Meals BLD


8. SIGHTS OF ARGENTINA’S “BIG APPLE” Explore the city today – a guided sightseeing excursion includes the Presidential Palace, the Teatro Colon opera house and Boca, one of the city’s barrios (neighborhoods) with its own character and history. Lunch at historic Café Tortoni, founded in 1858, is a real cultural


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treat. The rest of the day is free for you to enjoy as you wish; your Tauck Director or the hotel concierge can offer suggestions! Meals BL


9. ART AND TANGO IN BUENOS AIRES Discover the art of living in Buenos Aires. Spend the morning at leisure, then join us for an inspiring afternoon at the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA), showcasing a private collection of more than 200 works by Latin American artists from the 20th century to the present. Freshen up for an unforgettable dinner with entertainment in a city renowned for its passionate tango performances. Meals BD


10. RECOLETA AND THUNDERING IGUAZÚ Enjoy a morning visit to Evita Peron’s grave in Recoleta Cemetery amidst intricate stone carvings. Later, board a flight bound for Iguazú Falls, one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders, for a two-night stay. Dine with a view of the thundering falls at your hotel tonight. Meals BLD


11. EXPLORE IGUAZÚ NATIONAL PARK Discover the sights in Iguazú National Park, a World Heritage Site that is home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. The clouds of spray produced by the waterfall are conducive to the growth of lush vegetation here. Join us for a guided look at Superior and Inferior Circuit and Devil’s Throat, before exploring on your own. Optional boat rides, hikes or helicopter tours are available at an additional charge. Meals B


12. THE BRAZILIAN SIDE OF THE FALLS The best place to experience a panoramic view of the 275 cascades that form the mile-and-a-half Iguazú Falls is on the Brazilian side;


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