CATHOLIC ARGENTINA & BRAZIL
time 14 Days / 12 Nights

BUENOS AIRES - IGUAZU FALLS - SÃO PAULO & RIO DE JANEIRO CATHOLIC SITES 

For much of Argentina's history, the Catholic Church has had significant influence and power over the country. The religion was introduced to Argentina in the 17th century by Jesuit missionaries from Spain. Brazil has the largest number of Catholic Christians in the world. Catholicism has been Brazil's main religion since the beginning of the 16th century. It was introduced among the Native Brazilians by Jesuits missionaries and also observed by all the Portuguese first settlers. The Catholic Church’s presence in Latin America traces back to Spanish colonization. Following Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the region in 1492, Spain claimed much of the Americas. Though many European settlers and explorers who followed in Columbus’s footsteps proselytized their Catholic beliefs, it wasn’t until 1537 that Pope Paul III issued a charter affirming that the indigenous populations in Latin America were equal to Europeans, and thus allowed to become Christians.

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  • Round-trip air: USA – Argentina –Brazil –USA 

  • Meet Assist upon arrival 

  • Private deluxe motor coach with English speaking guide(s) 

  • Breakfast, Lunch, dinner as indicated  

  • Entrance fees 

  • Choice of Hotels in 4 or 5 star accommodations 

  • Tango show 

  • Sightseeing tours as mentioned 

  • Daily Mass Celebration as requested 

  • Hotel taxes and service charges 

  • Porterage of 1 suitcase per person 

  • All transfers 

  • 24 Hour Emergency Hotline 

  • USTOA 1 Million Travelers Assistance Program  

This itinerary may be modified to the specific requirements of your group 

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Occasionally local religious and national holidays, weather, traffic conditions and other events may necessitate changes in the sequence of events or the missing of certain events/places. Though every effort will be made to follow the itinerary, it should be considered as an indication, rather than a contract of events and places to be visited. 

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