Available Excursions for Buenos Aires

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Excursions may not be available for all programs and sessions.

Research with the Smithsonian in Costa Rica

Optional for some or all sessions
Latin America semester and summer students have the amazing opportunity to observe and interact with researchers at the Smithsonian La Selva Biological Station in the Sarapiquí region of Costa Rica. La Selva Biological Station is the largest field station and one of the most well-known tropical... Read More

Iguazú Falls (optional for semester and year programs only)

The Iguazú Waterfalls are some of the most beautiful and spectacular in the world. They are located on the border between Argentina and Brazil in the Brazilian state of Paraná and span over four miles with the highest point being 210 feet. The waterfalls are known for the abundant array of... Read More

El Tigre

This riverside town of 290,000 people is a popular weekend retreat and most famous for the attraction known as Puerto de los Frutos. In the past, fruits picked on the islands were traded, but now you can buy wicker articles, carpets, furniture, adornments, and native handicrafts. Also in this... Read More

Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

Students will travel by ferry to the quaint, historic town of Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay. As one of Uruguay's oldest towns, Colonia's historic district has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Students will explore the town's museums and historic sites, and enjoy beautiful coastal... Read More

Día de Campo (Semester and Year Only)

The Argentine gaucho is a prominent figure in the history and culture of Argentina. During this excursion, participants have the unique opportunity to visit a farm near Buenos Aires and learn about the life of an Argentine gaucho and his farming traditions, and taste traditional country cuisine.... Read More