Experience the beauty of the Iguassu National Park and its range of cascading waterfalls led by an expert English-speaking guide. Learn about the flora and fauna of this location, and breathe in the fragrant rainforest aroma. Hotel pick-up is included.
What to Expect
You’re here — why not see Iguassu Falls from the Argentinian side too! Start the day early and pass through the Brazil-Argentina border and immigration control. Once across (make sure you have your visa and reciprocity fee, if necessary), drive to Puerto Iguazu, a small city of 50,000 inhabitants, in just 5 minutes. Visit a local bakery and get a taste of the real Argentinean with a few empanadas! After that, return to the road for about 30 minutes to Iguazu National Park.
Upon arrival, head to the train station to catch the train to Devil’s Throat Station on the Argentinian side of the falls. From here, continue by foot on a catwalk (2,000 meters round trip) above the Iguassu River, for an amazing view of the still waters before they make their descent over the falls as a raging torrent of water.
After this epic view of the Devil’s Throat, take the train back to the Upper Circuit, for even more spectacular views of the Iguassu River before a 45-minute walk through the Iguassu Forest.
Continue the walk on the Lower Circuit and get to know the Iguassu Canyon. At 1,400 meters, get a real feel for the falls.
After this, break for lunch with the option of empanadas if you didn’t get enough earlier! Otherwise, grab a sandwich from the buffet meal. (Please note that lunch is not included in the price of the tour.)
From here, return to Foz do Iguassu, where the tour of Iguassu Falls Argentina concludes!
- English-speaking guide
- Empanada tasting
What's Not Included
- Personal expenses
- Drinks or snacks
- Entrance fee to Iguassu National Park
Know Before You Go
• This trip is offered on a "join-in" basis. Maximum group size is 12.
• Latin Americans can be very conscious of appearance so try to be casual but conservative in your dress. Outside of beach areas halter tops and very short shorts should not be worn. When visiting churches or religious sites, shoulders and knees should be covered
• Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes for walking. Note that in summer months, the temperature can reach 40 degrees Celsius (in winter, you will need warmer clothes, although temperatures can also get to 20 degrees Celsius). Bring sunscreen and bug repellent. A rain jacket or poncho is also encouraged if you don´t want to get wet from the mist of the falls
• Please note that you must have your visa and reciprocity fee to Argentina, as these fees cannot be paid at the border