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Buenos Aires to Rio - Intrepid Travel
Buenos Aires to Rio - Intrepid Travel
Excellent
12 reviews
Starts
Buenos Aires
Destinations
+6
Ends
Rio de Janeiro
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Highlights

  • Ultimate cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires
  • Brazils famous Iguazu Waterfalls
  • Rivers, springs and caves of Bonito
  • Swimming, snorkelling and diving in Paraty
Age range
18 to 99 year olds
Accommodation
Hostel, Hotel, Camping, Lodge
Max Group Size
22
Transportation
Coach / Bus, Jeep & 4WD, Boat, Local Transport
Start in Buenos Aires and end in Rio de Janeiro! With the in-depth cultural tour Buenos Aires to Rio, you have a 19 day tour package taking you from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro and through Buenos Aires, Argentina and 7 other destinations in Latin America. Buenos Aires to Rio includes accommodation in a hotel, hostel and campsites as well as an expert guide, meals, transport.

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  • HM
    Written on May 20, 2018
    2.5 - Average

    This is a rather basic tour Very long days travelling some rather poor accommodation camping beside a main highway twice In brochure its called bush camping !!!!!!!! I think the trip notes are too generic and not tailored for each trip. mosquito infested backpackers in Paraty noisy hotel in BA great hotel in Rio great local guide for the Pantanal camping meals rather poor quality and basic due to budget. not enough transparency re kitty spending We had to cook for the crew each night we were camping our driver and so called guide were not very informative nor engaging group only 6 so a bit too small. this is a great area but choose your travel provider carefully and where they go as some places are not worth it for the distance you travel.
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  • AP
    Written on October 12, 2017
    4.5 - Excellent

    The trip was very enjoyable.
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  • Buenos Aires to Rio reviewer 3
    Written on June 22, 2014
    4.0 - Good

    Overlanding in 19 days from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro was great fun! You really get to see the country (of course mostly from the road still) and have enough time to interact with your group members. You will spend a lot of time in the bus, so I would recommend this trip (or the larger version, from Lima to Rio) to anyone with enough time - more than just 3 weeks of holiday. If you only have a limited amount of time, you might feel that you are on the bus too long and / or do not want to set up your tent and break it down on 10 out of 19 days. This trip is great value for money though, it won't come much cheaper anywhere else! Buenos Aires and Rio are great (be sure to get a few extra days in both cities!), the Iguazu falls amazing, the crystal clear water in Bonito is beautiful, the Pantanal a feast for animal (especially bird) watchers and Paraty a lovely place just to hang out and chill a bit (and why not on a boat trip). Btw - this trip was actually done by Dragoman. Thanks to Bob and Tony for a great trip!
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  • A
    Written on November 22, 2010
    5.0 - Excellent

    This was an excellent trip and our tour leader was absolutely Fantastic! Lots of information thruout the trip. Trip was well scheduled from one city to the other.

  • A
    Written on October 9, 2010
    5.0 - Excellent

    The places we travelled were amazing and the tour leader was lovely. There was a new highlight every few days and I enjoyed the experience immensely. Couldn\'t recommend it enough.

  • A
    Written on August 17, 2010
    5.0 - Excellent

    Iguassu Falls were magnificent, good company and the food was great.

  • A
    Written on August 10, 2010
    5.0 - Excellent

    Buenos Aires to Rio was fun. Shopping in Buenos is great for leather. Iguazu Falls is spectacular-a true natural wonder. Rio was relaxing and easy to enjoy. A drink sitting alongside Copacabana at sunset a must to do.

  • A
    Written on August 9, 2010
    5.0 - Excellent

    Iguassu Falls were magnificent, good company and the food was great.

  • A
    Written on June 26, 2010
    4.0 - Good

    Overall, I enjoyed the Intrepid trip. The tour guide (Juan) was hard working, personable and conscientous. The quality of hotels used for the tour was poor and should be reviewed.

  • A
    Written on May 28, 2010
    4.0 - Good

    I was very happy with accommodation being good locations, clean and comfy beds, linen etc. A higher standard than I had expected.

Itinerary

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  1. Introduction
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  1. Day 1: Buenos Aires
  2. Day 2: Buenos Aires
  3. Day 3: Yapeyú
  4. Day 4: Foz do Iguaçu
  5. Day 5: Iguazu Falls / Foz do Iguaçu
  6. Day 6: Foz do Iguaçu / Iguazu Falls
  7. Day 7: Bonito
  8. Day 8: Bonito
  9. Day 9: Bonito
  10. Day 10: Southern Pantanal
  11. Day 11: Southern Pantanal
  12. Day 12: Southern Pantanal / Campo Grande
  13. Day 13: Brotas
  14. Day 14: Brotas
  15. Day 15: Paraty
  16. Day 16: Paraty
  17. Day 17: Paraty
  18. Day 18: Rio De Janeiro
  19. Day 19: Rio De Janeiro

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  • Accommodation

    Rated Good by past passengers
  • Guide

    Rated Excellent by past passengers
  • Meals

    Rated Average by past passengers
  • Transport

    Rated Good by past passengers
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  • March 1, 2016

    What is a kitty?

    The kitty is a cash contribution to a central fund and overseen by the travellers and the crew. It helps fund accommodation, meals and activities that need are only able to be paid for in local currencies. Contribution to the kitty is a compulsory part of this tour and is paid directly to your tour leader on arrival

  • April 23, 2015

    What is the local payment?

    For Buenos Aires to Rio, intrepid requires a Kitty, which is a cash contribution from all travellers into a central fund which is overseen by fellow travellers and the crew. The fund allows the crew to pay for local accomodations, camp meals and activities for the entire group.

    The local payment is not paid before the departure, but upon arrival at the tour.

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Vaccinations

These are only indications, so please visit your doctor before you travel to be 100% sure.
Typhoid
Recommended for Argentina and Brazil. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
Hepatitis A
Recommended for Argentina and Brazil. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
Hepatitis B
Recommended for Argentina and Brazil. Ideally 2 months before travel.
Rabies
Recommended for Argentina. Ideally 1 month before travel.
Yellow fever
Recommended for Argentina and Brazil. Ideally 10 days before travel.
Tuberculosis
Recommended for Brazil. Ideally 3 months before travel.

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Location
Buenos Aires is the starting point and Rio de Janeiro is the endpoint.
Hold my space
TourRadar can request Intrepid Travel to hold spaces for you for up to 48 hours without any credit card details.
Deposit
TourRadar only requires a deposit of $400 to confirm this Intrepid Travel booking. The remaining balance is then payable 60 days prior to the departure date. For any tour departing before 20 July 2018 the full payment of $1,229 is necessary.
Cancellation policy
No additional cancellation fees! You can cancel the tour up to 60 days prior to the departure date and you will not need to pay the full amount of $1229 for Buenos Aires to Rio, but the deposit of $400 is non-refundable.
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Destinations

Covering a total distance of approx 3,643 km.
  • Buenos Aires (Argentina)
  • 359 km
  • Concordia (Argentina)
  • 731 km
  • Iguazu Falls (Argentina)
  • 527 km
  • Bonito (Brazil)
  • 399 km
  • Pantanal (Brazil)
  • 1,103 km
  • Brotas (Brazil)
  • 365 km
  • Paraty (Brazil)
  • 159 km
  • Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

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