BRAZIL & ARGENTINA TOUR
Depart Nairobi for Brazil:-
RIO DE JANEIRO – Arrival at Rio de Janeiro International Airport. Transfer to hotel, Check-in and dinner.
RIO DE JANEIRO – After breakfast at the hotel, meeting with our guide and departure to visit Cristo Redentor (Ingresso Included), City Tour boardwalk Copacabana (Moment for photos in front of Hotel Copacabana Palace), Orla, Maracanã and Pão de Açúcar (entry included). Return to hotel and dinner.
RIO DE JANEIRO – After breakfast at the hotel, meeting with our guide and departure to visit the Santo Antônio Convent, Metropolitan Cathedral, São Bento Monastery and Candelária Church, Arcos da Lapa, Lagoa Rodrigues de Freitas. Return to hotel and dinner.
RIO DE JANEIRO / APARECIDA – After breakfast, departure to visit the Museum of Tomorrow (admission included). Afterwards we will continue to Aparecida. Arrival at the hotel, Check-in and dinner.
APARECIDA – After breakfast, meeting with our guide and departure for Visit to the National Sanctuary, Wax Museum, Old Basilica and Boat Tour where the Image of the Santa was found by the Fishermen. Lunch. After leaving for São Paulo. Arrival in São Paulo, visit to the Frei Galvão Museum and the Municipal Market. Arrival at the hotel, Check-in and dinner.
SÃO PAULO – After breakfast, we meet with our Guide and exit to the Sé Cathedral, Courtyard of the College, Monastery of São Bento, Church of São Francisco and Church of the Third Order. Lunch (included). Return to hotel. Dinner (included).
Arrive in Buenos Aires (City Tour)
Departure from -Sao Paulo Brazil at 6am arrive Buenos Aires Argentina-9am.
Upon arrival at Buenos Aires airport, you will be met by your professional tour escort and transferred by a deluxe motor coach to our hotel. You will meet down in the lobby to begin a city tour of Buenos Aires, starting with the symbol of the city, the Obelisk. This monument was built in 1936 to commemorate the 400th Anniversary of the city. Enjoy the views of the spanish-inspired squares such as: Plaza de Mayo, Plaza San Martin, and Plaza Congreso. Along with the numerous soccer stadiums throughout the city, you will also get to discover the historic neighborhoods like San Telmo and La Boca, as well as getting to see the nature in Lezama Park and Tres de Febrero Park. Return to hotel in time for dinner and overnight.
Day 18 /10
Buenos Aires – Flores
Theme: The Early Life of Pope Francis
After breakfast, we will begin our Pilgrimage by following the life of Pope Francis, starting with the early years when he was known as Jorge Mario Bergoglio. Our first stop is Flores, a working class town located in the center of Buenos Aires, and birthplace to Pope Francis. Continue on to Our Lady of Mercy Church where he was baptized, and the adjoining school, St. Joseph’s, where he took his first communion and attended primary school. It was here as a teenager that he received his vocational calling. We will celebrate Mass at St. Joseph’s and then make our way back to the Hotel for Dinner and overnight.
Buenos Aires – Santa Susana
Theme: The Countryside and Gaucho Fiesta
The Countryside and Gaucho Fiesta We will take a visit to the famous Argentine countryside and attend the Gaucho Fiesta at Santa Susana estancia. “Gaucho” meaning “the South American Cowboy”, is one of the icons of Argentina’s rural farming areas. Each year, they celebrate the gaucho way of life and all things rural, including horse parades, dancing, music and barbecued meat (a food Argentina is famous for). Dinner and overnight.
Buenos Aires – Tigre
Theme: Parana Delta by Water
Today, following breakfast, we will take a boat ride up north to Tigre, and visit the Parana Delta and Waterway. As you make your way through the web of inter-connecting rivers and streams, you will get to view the many English Style rowing clubs, marinas, and elegant mansions. Make a stop at San Isidro Cathedral, built in 1706 by French architects, and opened by the city founder: Captain Domingo de Acassuso. Return to your hotel in time for dinner and overnight.
Buenos Aires – Lujan
Theme: The Following of Cardinal Bergoglio
Today we will visit Lujan Cathedral, built in honor of the Virgin of Lujan, the patron saint of Argentina. It is here that more than six million pilgrims would travel each year, some over 40 miles, to be blessed by Pope Francis. We will also visit and dine with the Benedictine monks of the Cono-Sur Congregation who reside at Abadia de San Benito on the outer skirts of Lujan. In addition to providing retreat facilities for the residents of the city, the monks also support themselves by means of agriculture and publishing. Return to your hotel in time for overnight.
Following breakfast and heartfelt farewells, we will depart for the airport
Day 23 /10:
Arrive back home.
COST PER PERSON SHARING IN A DOUBLE:
RATE PERSON SHARING 300,000 Kenyan shillings
Single room supplement:-400 $
- Return air tickets NBO-RIO-NBO
- Open jaw ticket SAO – BUE -RIO
- Visa for both countries
- Luxury bus service to the group according to the itinerary;
- Accommodation 10 nights 11 days
- Half board meals breakfast &Dinners
- Local guide
- Tickets to Museums and Parks;
- Luggage compartment in the Hotels;
- Tickets: Christ the Redeemer, Sugar Loaf and Museum of Tomorrow.
- Tourist accommodation fee.
- Travel Insurance
SERVICES NOT INCLUDED –
- Entries not expressly mentioned.
- Anything not specified in the “Included
- Tips 50$