Luxury Argentina Honeymoon

Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Mendoza, El Calafate & Bariloche
14 days / 13 days


Experience the majestic Iguassu Falls or the seductive tango dancing and the adventure of Patagonia in a luxury Argentina honeymoon.

We offer a fully tailor-made luxury service to create the perfect Argentina honeymoon for you and your fiancée. Argentina is a country with so much variety, from Iguassu Falls, and the Mendoza wine region, to the dramatic romance of the Patagonian Steppe. At Ideas South America we know the many romantic and secluded locations as well as luxury and charming hotels to make sure that your Argentina tour is perfect.

All of our services are private and include private transfers at every stage to make sure that your trip goes smoothly and with the privacy and comfort you would expect on a trip as important as your honeymoon.

Below, you will find one journey that we designed for our clients who chose Argentina for their honeymoon. From undiscovered wineries to stunning mountain vistas, this tour gives you inspiration aplenty to create a couple-oriented getaway in Argentina.

Talk to our travel designers, experts in all Argentina tours, to create your very own personal itinerary.

Memorable Moments

Itinerary at a glance

Day 1 – Buenos Aires – Arrival Day
Day 2 – Buenos Aires – Essential Tour of the City
Day 3 – Puerto Iguazu – Explore Iguacu National Park (Brazil)
Day 4 – Puerto Iguazu – Tour Iguazu National Park (Argentina)
Day 5 – Mendoza – Premiere Wine Tasting
Day 6 – Mendoza – Lujan de Cuyo Heart of Wine Country
Day 7 – Mendoza – Wonders of the Uco Valley
Day 8 – Mendoza – El Calafate
Day 9 – El Calafate – Estancia Cristina (Navigation & Trekking)
Day 10 – El Calafate – Trek on the Perito Moreno Glacier
Day 11 – Bariloche –Overview Tour of Lake District
Day 12 – Bariloche – Victoria Island and Arrayanes Forest
Day 13 – Bariloche – At leisure
Day 14 – Bariloche – Departure


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Full Itinerary

Welcome to Buenos Aires!

Upon arrival, your bilingual guide will meet you at Ezeiza International airport and transfer you to your hotel. Located in the heart of Recoleta, Buenos Aires’ most elegant district, you’ll be just a short stroll from stylish Alvear Avenue and the best shopping of the city. Explore Buenos Aires like a local from your hotel base and enjoy the sights and sounds of this lively urban area, all within walking distance.

Meals: Dinner
Accommodation: Park Hyatt Hotel

After breakfast, meet your guide and enjoy a half day tour of Buenos Aires to explore the most important districts of Buenos Aires and learn about its history and evolution.  Ideal for first-time visitors, the tour includes attractions such as Plaza de Mayo, San Telmo, the Colon Theatre, Caminito Street, Palermo Soho and many other places of architectural, historical and cultural interest.  In the evening, experience a fun Tango lesson followed by a delicious dinner and tango show.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner.
Accommodation: Park Hyatt Hotel

Early in the morning, you will be transferred from your hotel to the airport for your flight to Puerto Iguazu. Upon arrival at Iguazu airport, you will be transferred towards Iguaçu National Park in Brazil to start a private walking tour along catwalks by the Iguazu River. Visiting the falls from the Brazilian side completes the experience in Iguazu, giving you a really beautiful panoramic view of the falls during their main circuit. In the afternoon, embark on a thrilling helicopter ride over the majestic waterfall canyon. At the end of the tour, you will return to your hotel in Argentina.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
Accommodation: Gran Melia Iguazu.

Today you will tour the Argentine side of Iguazu National Park which preserves 156,000 acres of giant trees, vines and ferns living with multicolored butterflies, birds and other endemic species exclusively found in this park. You will walk through the lower circuit, from where we can see among others the “Two Sisters” and the “Bosetti” waterfalls, a panoramic view of San Martin island and the Union fall. Later, you will walk the upper circuit shifting along walkways located above major falls up to the majestic “San Martin fall” from where we have a panoramic view of the Brazilian falls. Finally, you will take a ride on the ecological train to get to “Devil´s Throat” where the Iguazu River speaks with all its strength and the falling water gives the illusion of rainbows. At around 5:00pm return to your hotel to enjoy the evening at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
Accommodation: Gran Melia Iguazu

Following breakfast, you will be transferred to the airport to board your flight to Mendoza.

Upon arrival at “El Plumerillo” airport, you will meet your guide who will transfer you to hotel.

After check in, you’ll head over to acclaimed “Casa El Enemigo” for a premiere wine tasting and winery tour of the impressive facility. Enemigo wines have a reputation of scoring 90+ points by the likes of Robert Parker, Wine Spectator, Tim Atkin, Wine Enthusiasts, and Stephen Tanzer.

At the end of the tour, return to your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Park Hyatt Mendoza

Head for the vineyards of Luján de Cuyo, in the heart of Mendoza wine country. Our English-speaking guide will escort you around four premium wineries, old and modern, high tech and quaint, with a spectacular backdrop of snow-capped mountains. First, we take you to Budeguer, a modern, Argentine-owned winery making excellent Chardonnay and Malbec. Next, you have a visit and tasting at Terrazas de los Andes, an old-style winery completely renovated and refurbished by Chandon. At midday, you will visit Casarena. Here we sit down in the winery’s modernist all glass restaurant enjoying a multi-course gourmet lunch with wine pairings whilst enjoying beautiful views of the vineyards and mountains. You will finish the day at Mendel winery. Set amidst rustic vineyards and housed in a traditional style villa, this winery is operated by Mendoza’s most famous winemaker – Roberto de la Mota.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Accommodation: Park Hyatt Mendoza

Early in the morning, depart to Mendoza’s agricultural oasis of Valle de Uco.

Located the furthest away from the city, about a 75-minute drive, Valle de Uco is the newest wine region in the area and is also one of the highest-altitude wine regions in the world, having some of its vines planted 4,000 feet above sea level. It’s a longer journey to get there, but very rewarding, not only for the world-class wine, but the amazing views and incredible, modern architecture. You will visit three wineries and enjoy wine tasting sessions, during which you will begin to familiarize yourselves with the local’s wines, and its elaboration process. The specialized guide will explain the technique of wine tasting, wine production techniques, the importance of the cork in the bottle and the correct way to handle a glass in order to taste wine.

At noon, enjoy a spectacular lunch at “Siete Fuegos”, by internationally acclaimed chef Francis Mallmann who creates inspired regional dishes, showcasing Argentina’s famous beef.

Meals: Breakfast and Lunch.
Accommodation: Park Hyatt Mendoza.

Today you will be transferred to Mendoza airport to board your flight to Buenos Aires and connect to El Calafate. Upon arrival, your bilingual guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast.
Accommodation: Posada Los Alamos.

Today immerse yourself in the ranch culture of Argentine Patagonia on this full day tour from El Calafate. You will sail over the waters of Argentine’s lake to admire Upsala Channel, where you will enjoy an incredible panoramic view of the Upsala as well as the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, before disembarking at the shores close to Estancia Cristina. Upon arrival, begin a 9 mile- trek through the fascinating “Fossil Canyon” and search for fossils that have been uncovered by glacial activity. After several hours of hiking and soaking up incredible mountain scenery, return to the pier and take a boat ride back to Puerto Bandera, enjoying a snack on board. Your experience ends with a relaxing, hassle-free ride back to El Calafate and drop-off at your hotel.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
Accommodation: Posada Los Alamos.

Early in the morning you will be transferred to Los Glaciares National Park to board on a boat to cross Rico lake and arrive at the opposite shore, right in front of the southern wall of the Perito Moreno Glacier. You will go ashore to an uninhabited beach for an unparalleled Patagonia trekking experience: hiking on the huge turquoise glacier and observing the wide variety of birds including the Andean condor. After the trekking, there will be time for lunch and you will head back to the Port, where your car and guide will take you back to the Glacier viewpoint and its footbridges, where we will have some time for panoramic pictures. We then begin our return to El Calafate.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
Accommodation: Posada Los Alamos.

This morning you will be transferred to El Calafate airport to take your flight to Bariloche. Upon arrival, your guide will meet you at the airport and you will start a panoramic tour especially designed to visit all highlights of Bariloche and its surroundings. You will drive around Nahuel Huapi Lake, stop at a natural balcony overlooking Moreno Lake and the Llao Llao Peninsula, then cross the Moreno Lake Bridge and admire stunning views of El Trébol Lake. There will be plenty of stops along the way to enjoy the views and take photos. Check in at your hotel.

Evening at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
Accommodation: Llao Llao Resort

Today, board a boat for a peaceful, hour-long cruise to the lush greenery of Victoria Island. Along the way, marvel at pristine blue waters framed by mountains and listen as your guide shares fascinating facts about the region’s geography and natural history. Arrive at the charming seaside town of Puerto Anchorena on Victoria Island. Here, you can choose to join a guided hike or explore the trails in the Los Arrayanes National Park. Each area of the island boasts unique surroundings and magnificent views.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.
Accommodation: Llao Llao Resort

Day at leisure for optional tours such as San Martin de los Andes town, Villa La Angostura, or a wide selection of outdoor activities. During the evening, enjoy samples of high-quality chocolates at some of the chocolate factories along the bustling Mitre street. Worth checking out!

Meals: Breakfast.
Accommodation: Llao Llao Resort.

At schedule time, private transfer to airport for your flight back to Buenos Aires to connect with your international flight.

Meals: Breakfast  

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The best time of the year to visit these destinations (Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Mendoza, El Calafate and Bariloche) is during Fall (March-May) and Spring (September-December). 

Currently, proof of a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test is required to enter Kenya, Egypt and Croatia. Given the fluidity of the situation, updated entry requirements will be provided 30 days prior to travel.

Travelers arrive from all over the world to begin our tours and it is not possible to include international airfare in our prices. We would be happy to help you arrange flights. Just ask for an air quote when making your booking.

Throughout all of our journeys, we have included free time where possible so that you can experience a destination and its people in a way that’s meaningful to you. We keep our itineraries flexible to take advantage of unexpected opportunities or to adapt to weather conditions or your preferences. If you are interested in exploring further, many of our journeys offer pre- or post-trip extensions. We can also assist you if you’d like to extend your stay at the beginning or end of a trip.

The trip includes meals, accommodations, and excursions as indicated in the itinerary; services of Ideas South America expert and local guides; ground transportation; airport transfers; baggage handling; and pre-trip materials. Included meals are noted at the end of each day on our itineraries.

There is really not a bad time to visit the falls with the weather being fairly consistent throughout the year. Probably the best times to explore Iguazu Falls are during the months of October, September and October. The weather is nicer, the falls are beautiful and the area is less crowded.

The high season for Brazilians and Argentineans are the months of January and February. A visit during the summer ( December to February) will also include higher temperatures. 

The months of May and July are the rainy seasons and also the highest water levels.  Some prefer to travel during this time because of the force and significance of the water flowing over the falls.

There are two different ice hike routes; both take a full day and include your transport to and from El Calafate. The ‘Mini Ice’ trek gives you 1h 40mins on the ice itself as part of a two-hour guided tour (age limit 10 – 65 years old*). The ‘Big Ice’ is aimed at more adventurous visitors and gives you 3h 30mins on the ice (age limit 18 – 50).

*Due to operational insurance issues, the age limit for doing the mini-ice trekking on Perito Moreno Glacier is 65 years old. If a passenger exceeds this age then an alternative excursion to the Glacier will be arranged.

Prior to your trip, we will provide you with packing tips and suggestions and information regarding any baggage weight restrictions.

No vaccinations are needed for this itinerary.

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Tips are not included in the tour price and tipping is entirely at your discretion. Our Trip Details documentation includes suggested tipping amounts and these can be downloaded from each individual trip summary page.

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Having the right clothing can make the difference between a good and a bad trip. This journey includes many regions with tropical climate, temperate and cold weather. Patagonia can be quite windy, and sometimes one can experience “the four seasons in one day”. We recommend wearing several layers so you will be comfortable in the changeable weather. Prior to your trip, we will provide you with packing tips and recommendations and information regarding any baggage weight restrictions.

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