Ted Travels: What can you get for a cheap airfare

Ted Travels: What can you get for a cheap airfare

Ted Travels: What can you get for a cheap airfare

Ted Travels: What can you get for a cheap airfare

As you know we only specialize on Latin America which means we create design holidays in 22 countries. Starting from December to March we will have 22 flights a week to choose from to either Santiago or Buenos Aires, making Latin America even more affordable with competitive airfares As much as we love sending passengers everywhere from Mexico to Cuba to Central and South America to Antarctica, today we recommend suggesting to your clients a 30-day holiday just to Argentina taking advantage of the cheap airfares.

Argentina has as much diversity as it is big! Let’s start in Buenos Aires, a beautiful city with parks and gardens; with a grid lay out, it is easy to walk around the museums, colonial buildings alongside modern architecture, surprising suburbs like St Telmo, La Boca, Palermo and the long and wide avenues. A day trip across the Mar del la Plata to Colonia will give extra highlight and a glimpse of neighbour country Uruguay.

A must stop in any itinerary are the Iguassu Falls, and not far away from here the Argentinean Pantanal area: the Ibera Marshlands with its unique flora and fauna.

Fly them across the country to Salta, and that will transport them to a totally different environment to the foothills of the Andes full of coloured canyons, Vineyards and clients can take the Train to The Clouds. A nice surprise for art lovers is James Turrell Museum, located within the Colomé Winery and Estate.

Then, clients can head south to Mendoza, the capital of Argentinean wine country and home of famous Malbec. Best way to do it is fly/drive, they can drive along the valleys and stay at wineries that are to die for!

Art and wine lovers will be thrilled with Argentina, but also adventure buffs! Real adventurers can climb the highest mountain in South America: Aconcagua. Further south, at the beautiful Lakes District of Argentina and Chile offer a chance to slow down a little bit to enjoy the snow-capped Andes and the National Parks full of lakes and rivers, clients can do some fishing and boating or relax at spas and visit chocolate shops… Keep heading south into Patagonia for rugged and spectacular scenery, glaciers like the spectacular Perito Moreno, where only a few can “trek” on the glacier with crampons.

A short flight to the southernmost city in the world, right on the Beagle Chanel the clients can catch “The end of the world“ Train. But that’s not the end, if your clients have 11 days extra, we can book an Antarctica cruise for them, or a cruise through the Tierra Del Fuego channels of the Darwin Range to Punta Arenas. And there’s more! I didn’t mention in the footsteps of dinosaurs’ and the Valdes Peninsula, or the estancias where you can stay and play polo, fly fishing, or learn to dance the Tango. Mt Fitz Roy treks, kayaking, the Jesuit Ruins, oh yes then there’s the shopping and dining…

All this can be done on a return airfare from $1100 to $1400, subject to availability.

Source = Ted Dziadkiewicz Contours Travel
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