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South America

Incorporating Brazil, Argentina and Chile 

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3rd to 27th November 2024


Flights from the UK and all transport within the itinerary

Quality Accommodation of 4* and above

Experienced Tour Guide from the UK

All gratuities

Our itinerary will combine sightseeing, cultural and agricultural visits. No visit to this part of the world would be complete without seeing the magnificent Iguassu Falls – higher than Niagara and wider than Victoria. We also visit the vibrant cities of Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires and Santiago along with the glacial lakes and snow-capped peaks of the Andes. There really is something for everyone on this tour. 

What's Included




  • 23 nights’ accommodation in quality hotels

  • Breakfast each day & 15 Lunches

  • 19 Evening Dinners including:

    • Evening Dinner and Tango Show Buenos Aries

    • Farewell Dinner in Santiago

  • Guided tour of Rio de Janeiro

  • Guided tour of Iguassu Falls

  • Guided tour of Buenos Aires

  • Guided tour of Santiago

  • National Park Entry fees and

  • Guided walks at Iguassu Falls in Brazil & Argentina

  • 3 Lakes Andes crossing from Argentina to Chile

  • Baggage handling for 1 suitcase per person

  • All hotel maid and meal gratuities

  • Modern touring coach to support the full itinerary*

  • All farm visits

  • Local interpreters & guides throughout the tour, with agricultural expertise where appropriate

  • Bay Farm Tours tour manager

  • Gratuities & Tips for Guides and Coach Drivers throughout the tour.

*for ease of access, smaller coaches/mini-buses  will be used in the more isolated and mountainous area of Patagonia and when crossing from Argentina to Chile.

Our 2023 departure sold out in 2 days, it was so popular, register your interest today! This means you will receive details as soon as they are released.

South America

Renowned for its diverse climate, vegetation, landscape and people. This tour starts with 2 nights in pulsating Rio de Janeiro before we fly to the great falls of Iguassu, spending 3 nights nestled in the tropical rainforests.

Heading south to the fertile farmlands of central Argentina we take 2 nights in the Pampas area taking in agricultural and cultural visits before visiting Buenos Aires.

A certain highlight will be at the foothills of the Andes where we see glacial lakes surrounded by snow-capped mountains and volcanoes. We will be crossing the Andes by boat in a region often referred to as the “Switzerland of South America”. 

More about your tour


With all countries being in the Southern Hemisphere, November is regarded as early summer with quite long hours of daylight and pleasantly warm temperatures.

Variety of Coins

Brazil - Brazilian Real

Argentina - Argentine Peso

Chile - Chilean Peso

There will be plenty ATMs so you can withdraw currency over there

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Grade D

All of our tours are graded A to D according to the pace of the tour, with A being the least active. To find out more, please click here or on the boot!

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Breakfast each morning

15 lunches

19 evening dinners

Our 2023 departure sold out in 2 days, it was so popular, register your interest today! This means you will receive details as soon as they are released.


This region is further south and straddles Chile, Argentina and the Andes. The eastern part is a flat plateau stretching across to the South Atlantic coast. The whole of the plateau is in the rain shadow of the Andes, making this very dry land. This is where there are large dry land sheep estancias, extending to 1,000’s and 1,000’s of acres, with stocking rates expressed in acres per sheep. We fly to Esquel at the western edge of the plateau, in the foothills of the Andes. It is here that we learn of the impact of the early Welsh settlers, who trekked across the Patagonian Plateau from Puerto Madryn on the Atlantic coast. From here we travel north to Bariloche which is tucked in at the foot of the spectacular Andes, and from where we cross the mountains and the border into Chile.


In Chile we find a different type of farming. With its Mediterranean climate, fruit and vegetable growing is of prime importance along with grapes for its huge wine industry, as well as livestock farming. Chile is now famous for its world class wineries, with exports playing a major role in the economy. The varied and interesting agriculture of Chile always surprises visitors and we make visits to beef and dairy farms, a vineyard and an arable unit, in addition to an alpaca and llama farm to see these animals in their natural environment of the Andes.

Summer Farm

We have just returned home from the holiday of a lifetime: New Zealand with Bay Farm Tours! There wasn't a single hiccup, the tours with Mattey, the hotels, food, weather, the group we were in. Everyone was so nice, and our Tour Manager was absolutely first class. He was always on hand making sure everything and everyone was happy.  We would like to thank you all so much for a beautiful memorable holiday.

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Mona & Tudur

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