Our trip started in Buenois Aries, then to Iquazu Falls, To Cordoba, to Mendosa then back to Buenos Aries. The trip was 18 days in duration.
1. Buenos Aries. We had a guide for two of the first three days. Max, was very good at reading our wishes providing insite and history to our tour. Never did we have to be concerned about the car being there and available. The two half days of service was just the right amount of time. We were then able to explore by ourselves in the afternoon and evening. Dinning was amazing—La Estansia, and Tango dinner—beef and wine.
2. Iquazu Falls. Were met at the airport by Roxanne. She spent the next two half days helping use see the falls. Made getting to the Brazil side easy. The “Falls” are----. Puerto Iquazu was a great town to explore by ourselves. “Seven corners”, The “Three country monument”, and diner at De la Fonte were quite memorable.
3. Cordoba. The dove hunting was fantastic. Most memorable was the Puma that shared the hunt eating the shoot birds. The guides and lodge was great.
4. Mendoza. Gustoff met us at the airport and spent the next two half days with us. I really liked the selection of wineries he chose for our tour. It was a wonderful mix of old and new wineries. The ones selected for lunch were great meals. I would recommend the trip to the wineries outside of town in the higher valleys.
We were always met at the airport. I only had concern once that we may not be picked-up. That was only a communication problem. I was skeptical about tourist services because of my independence. I am no longer skeptical. They really provided the necessary details.