On our Argentina wildlife tours you can get close to a myriad of marine, bird and animal life.
Sea lions, whales and orcas aplenty in Peninsula Valdes and Tierra del Fuego, with penguin colonies, guanacos and more.
In the Ibera wetlands, you float by caiman and enormous rodents called capybara, as well as a panoply of bird life.
Monkeys abound in the rainforest around Iguazu Falls, and Ushuaia is the jumping off point for tours to Antarctica.
We have been to Niagara but Iguazu is just another ball game altogether, what a place!
C. Burley, Iguazu Falls
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Lucy Glover, UK, 2011
» Bolivia, Chile and Argentina Tour
Iguazu also exceeded expectation - we have been to Niagara but Iguazu is just another ball game altogether, what a place! And a wonderful guide too - Elcio - who was very patient and unrushed and for whom nothing was too much trouble.
C. Burley, UK, 2013
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