Immerse yourself in luxury and savings at Loi Suites Recoleta and Loi Suites Iguazu. These superior hotels in Buenos Aires and Iguazu offer a remarkable travel experience. Enjoy cost savings and the chance to win free upgrades on your accommodation!
Arrive at Ezeiza or your cruise and be transferred to Loi Suites Recoleta. Located near the Recoleta Cemetery in a vibrant and safe area, this hotel is surrounded by bars, restaurants, and museums. Experience spacious rooms, excellent food, and a relaxing pool after exploring Buenos Aires.
A short flight takes you to Puerto Iguazu, where a driver will escort you to Loi Suites Iguazu. This unique hotel is nestled in the jungle, just 30 minutes from the national park, and boasts exceptional decoration. Included excursions to both sides of the falls await, along with delicious food and rejuvenating spa services.
Check out the suggested itinerary below, or let us customize it to your preferences. Request your tour now for an unforgettable adventure!
Upon your arrival in Buenos Aires, we’ll provide a seamless transfer from Ezeiza Airport or the Cruise Pier to the luxurious Loi Suites Recoleta, your exquisite accommodation for a 2-night stay (breakfast included). Nestled in the iconic Recoleta neighborhood, this 5-star hotel offers unparalleled comfort and elegance.
In the evening, indulge in an unforgettable experience at Gala Tango, renowned as one of the finest tango restaurants in Buenos Aires. Delight in a three-course dinner, be mesmerized by a captivating tango show and savor unlimited drinks. As an added bonus, you can choose between a complimentary tango class or a delightful wine tasting. Complete with transportation, this is an enchanting evening you won’t want to miss!
Join us for a fascinating tour of Buenos Aires, the most European city in South America. We’ll start our tour after breakfast, taking in the city’s highlights and experiencing its unique blend of European and Latin American cultures.
As we explore different parts of the city, you’ll see firsthand how European architecture and design influenced Buenos Aires at the turn of the last century, when Argentina was the sixth-ranked nation on the planet.
Our tour includes several iconic locations, such as La Boca, home to the famous Caminito, and the Boca Juniors Stadium, “La Bombonera”. Next, we’ll visit San Telmo, another must-see location in Buenos Aires. If you’re visiting on a Sunday, you’ll have the chance to explore the renowned San Telmo fair, where you can discover unique antiques and immerse yourself in the local culture.
We’ll also visit the iconic Plaza de Mayo, where you’ll see the “Casa Rosada” (Pink House), the Cabildo, the Cathedral, and other historical landmarks. Along the way, you’ll also catch a glimpse of the Obelisk and 9 de Julio Avenue. If you’re an opera lover, you won’t want to miss the chance to visit the Colon Theatre, one of the world’s premier opera theaters. You can take a guided tour if you like, but be sure to book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
Our tour will also take us to other fascinating parts of the city, such as the Recoleta, Palermo, and Puerto Madero neighborhoods. Puerto Madero, in particular, is a revitalized dockside area with a diverse culinary scene, where you can end your tour with a delicious lunch and a taste of the regional cuisine.
After our tour, you’ll have the freedom to explore the city on your own. There are plenty of things to do, such as going on a walking tour of the Colon Theatre or taking an excursion to the Tigre Delta. And if you’re looking for more activities, check out the optional tours we have available, such as a fantastic Tango Show or a Buenos Aires by-night activity.
At the end of the day, you’ll return to your hotel and get some rest in preparation for your next adventure.
After a leisurely breakfast, take some time to relax and savor your remaining moments in this beautiful destination. Later, we will arrange a seamless transfer to the local airport, ensuring a smooth transition to your next destination.
Farewell Buenos Aires!
Arrival in Iguazu. This is the gateway to one of the most spectacular natural wonders in South America and indeed the world! Yes, Iguazu Falls is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was recently named one of the “New Seven Wonders of Nature.” It’s definitely a must-see if you’re visiting Brazil or Argentina. Upon arrival, meet with your guide and transfer to Iguazu National Park for a full-day visit to Iguazu Falls (Brazilian Side).
The excursion consists of a bus ride through the jungle and a spectacular elevator ride up to a 1500-meter walkway with a panoramic view of the falls. Prepare your camera to capture the unique and breathtaking scenery that awaits you at every turn! Get ready to snap hundreds of priceless pictures as you immerse yourself in the mesmerizing beauty of Iguazu Falls. Be prepared to get up close and personal with the falls, feeling the refreshing mist that may leave you delightfully soaked.
As you explore throughout the day, we’ll make a stop for lunch at a restaurant within the park. Alternatively, you’re welcome to bring your own food if you prefer. Our knowledgeable guide will point out the best lunch spot, ensuring you have a satisfying dining experience amidst the natural wonders.
To enhance your tour experience, we offer the following optional additions:
After breakfast, we’ll embark on one of the most breathtaking trips you can take, where you’ll witness nature’s magic at its finest.
Our tour leader will take you to the Argentinian side’s Parque Nacional Iguazu, which offers up to 8 kilometers of trails across three circuits: the Upper Circuit, the Lower Circuit, and the Trail to the incredible Devil’s Throat, accessible by the Ecological Train of the Jungle.
The Devil’s Throat is a group of 80-meter-tall waterfalls that pour into a small canyon, creating the most intense rush at Iguazu Falls. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the world’s largest waterfalls, an excellent and unique spectacle.
We’ve got plenty of extracurricular activities for you to choose from, and you can check them out below. After the park visit, we’ll head back to the hotel.
Indulge in a delightful breakfast to kickstart your day, followed by a leisurely period of free time. Take this opportunity to unwind, venture out, and discover the city at your own pace, or engage in any of the exciting optional activities we have curated for you. Details can be found below.
As the day progresses, we’ll arrange a smooth transfer for you to the local airport, ensuring you catch your flight to your next destination comfortably.
Farewell, Iguazu! May the memories you’ve made here continue to enchant you wherever your journey takes you.
"Before our cruise, we, a group of 7, came a week earlier to Buenos Aires. We had Carlos to arrange everything including transfers, flights (to Iguazu) and all accommodations, and a one-week itinerary to visit Iguazu Falls and Buenos city. Everything was well arranged. We are very happy of their service.We had 4 days in Iguazu.The Falls were amazing. We came from Canada and I had been Niagara Falls for 3 times. However, Iguazu is still a must-see if you visiting Argentina. Do not miss it. Local private guide accompanied with us all time and she was well knowledge and responsible. The Loi Suites Hotel was great. We visited both sides, Argentina and Brazil, and recommend it if you have time. Different ways of seeing the falls.In Buenos Aires, we saw the tango show, Tigre boat tour, city tour to Buenos Aires and guided visit to Colon Theatre. They were all private tour, in our own private tour bus. Our private guides (Fernanda, Ailen, etc) were awesome. We stayed in Loi Suites Recoleta. The hotel was located just right besides the Recoleta cemetery, which is a well-known tourist attraction. The area had a modern mall with McD and starbucks, and a lot of local restaurants and stores within walking distance. You did not need to stay in hotel and eat all the time. On weekend, there even a street market (like a flea market) outside the cemetery, where you could find a lot of local crafts and souvenirs to purchase. I highly recommend to stay in that hotel. After our cruise, we also had Carlos to arrange all the transfers between cruise terminal, hotel and airport.None of us was able to speak Spanish. We were happy to have somebody local and accompanied with us all the time. All guides were fluent in English. A peace of mind in a foreign place where we could not even read any signs. Carlos were very responsive through emails and WhatsApp. He tried to solve any problems we faced. We are well satisfied of his and all the guides services.
Depends on the number of nights you plan to stay, but usually is around a 20% of discount at the hotel in Iguazu, and a free upgrade at the hotel in Buenos Aires.
4 nights is the minimum amount of night you need to get the discount in both hotels.
Yes! We offer the option to convert any of our small group tours into private tours, where you will have an English-speaking guide exclusively for you.
Yes, we can arrange for your visit to Iguazu Falls from any nearby destination. Additionally, we can suggest the best flight times for your tour if you prefer to book them yourself.
Generally, we offer a full refund up to 72 hours before your tour. However, there may be certain tours that do not qualify for this policy. We will inform you of any exceptions while you plan your trip with us.
Absolutely! We offer many other destinations across South America that can be combined with Iguazu Falls to create a personalized itinerary that meets your travel goals.