January 28 - February 10, 2018
14 Days
Tour Status - Guaranteed

Join Lynn Holinski of Select Holidays on our hosted agriculture tour of Brazil & Argentina.   You will visit the largest inland grain handling system, where farmers have their grain hauled to for export.  The pampas of Argentina produce vast amounts of soy beans, corn, and sunflower as well as lush pasture for the cattle farms in the area.  The amazing Iguacu Falls in Brazil will leave you breathless and the wonderful city of Rio de Janeiro will amaze you with sights from the Olympics plus much more.  You will return home with the great memories of experiencing the farming in these countries as well as the deep culture.   


Book Before Sept. 15, 2017
and Receive a FREE Helicopter Ride Above Iguazu Falls!


Tour Highlights

  • Customized Return air flights from major North American cities
  • High Class Accommodations (Best Class Accommodations in Rural Areas)
  • Technical Agriculture visits
  • Experienced Destination Guides
  • Multiple Night Stays
  • All Meals in Itinerary included
  • All Attractions in Itinerary included
  • All Sightseeing in Itinerary included

Jan 28, 2018: Depart North America to fly to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Depart North America to fly to Rio de Janeiro,    Brazil. [IFM] 

Jan 29, 2018: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Fly to Rio de Janeiro this day and transfer to a beachfront hotel for a 2 night stay.  Balance of day is free to enjoy the Copacabana Beach right outside the front door of the hotel. [B/D] 

Jan 30, 2018:  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
A morning city tour of Rio will include the cathedral, Olympic sites and "Christ theRedeemer" statue, 98 feet tall at 2,300 feet above sea   level on Mount Corcovado and watching over the city of Rio.  This is truly an amazing site. You will get great views out over the city.  Afternoon free. [B]

Jan 31, 2018:  Rio de Janeiro – Curitiba, Brazil
Depart the hotel to visit Sugar Loaf Mountain, rising 396 m above the harbor.  Its name is said to come from its resemblance to the traditional shape of a concentrated refined sugar loaf.  A glass-paneled cable car capable of holding 65 passengers, offers 360-degree views of the surrounding city. Transfer to the airport for a flight to Curitiba, Brazil for a 2-night stay.  [B/D]

Feb 01, 2018: Curitiba, Brazil
This morning, ride a train to   Antonia city and have lunch   before driving to view the Paranagua’s Port, the most important port in Brazil especially for the shipment of soy beans and poultry.  Return to Curitiba for the night.   [B/L/D]

Feb. 02, 2018: Curitiba - Ponta Grossa, Brazil
Drive to the farming community of Ponta Grossa for an overnight stay. Ponta Grossa is known as one of the largest co-operative producing area of soy beans, corn, wheat and barley.  Visit to the co-operative and visit a nursery farm. [B/L/D]

Feb 03, 2018: Ponta Grossa, Brazil
Visit a no till farm operation as well as a local machine dealership.  After lunch a visit another local farming operation.  [B/L/D]

Feb 04, 2018:  Ponta Grossa - Iguazu Falls, Brazil
Morning flight takes you into Iguazu Falls.  Upon arrival visit the Brazilian side of the falls followed by a boat ride under the falls. (Warning, you will get wet)  Transfer to hotel for a two night stay. [B/L/D] 

Feb 05, 2018: Iguazu Falls, Brazil
A visit to “Itaipu Dam” the second largest hydro generating dam in the world.  Next, visit the “Pasco Das Aves” bird park.  The opportunity to take a helicopter ride above the falls (included as an early booking bonus).  Balance of afternoon free at hotel before dinner this evening.  [B/L/D]

Feb 06, 2018: Iguazu Falls, Brazil - Buenos Aires, Argentina
You will visit the Argentina side of the falls, including a train ride to "Devil's Throat".   Late afternoon flight to Buenos Aires for a 3-night stay.   [B/L/D]

Feb 07, 2018: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Morning visit to "Liniers Cattle   Market", one of thelargest live cattle markets in the world, supplies the   domestic beef needs for the city of Buenos Aires, the largest city in Argentina.  Some 10,000 to 13,000 head of cattle are sold here each day, five days a week.  Prices at Liniers tend to set the mark for the rest of the country.  Most of the cattle are sold to local supermarkets and packing plants.  Enjoy a short city tour including lunch with the afternoon free.  This evening take in the       cultural wonders of a local Tango Show & Dinner. [B/L/D]
NOTE: This will be a late evening

Feb. 08, 2018: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Farm visit and a visit to a typical estancia to experience a Gaucho party: your lunch will be an “asado” (Argentina’s famous barbecue) with folk music and dance. You will also see the gauchos working with and riding horses.  [B/L/D]

Feb 09, 2018: Buenos Aires, Argentina - Airport
Free morning before transferring to the airport for your return flight to North America. [B/IFM]

Feb 10, 2018:  End of Tour
Arrive North America.

Per Person, Double - From $8,993.00

Plus $786.40 Air/Gov’t taxes per person
single Occupancy:  Add $1,840.00
Initial Deposit:  $2,000.00 per person
Second Deposit of $2,000.00 per person is due before August 15, 2017
Final Payment per person is due before November 15, 2017
Includes Economy Airfare From:
Calgary / Edmonton / Vancouver / Winnipeg / Toronto