The best Puerto Iguazu itineraries



"Puerto Iguazu: After a much needed siesta we headed downtown to Puerto Iguazu for some dinner and cocktails."tourist2townie.com
"Puerto Iguazu is the town in Argentina which people stay at while visiting the falls; it is a small town based mainly on the tourism."explorewithlora.com
"Puerto Iguazu is packed with good places to eat."myadventuresacrosstheworld.com
"Puerto Iguazu is a Dump."globetrottergirls.com
"Puerto Iguazu is a small town that borders two rivers - one that separates it from Brazil, and one that separates it from Paraguay."adventuresnsunsets.com

East Argentina

Puerto Iguazus location

Puerto Iguazu at a glance

Very Touristic
National Park



2-3 nights


Average (3 of 5)

Level of costs

Around Puerto Iguazu


Cataratas Del Iguazú International Airport (IGR)

Cataratas International Airport (IGU)

Guarani International Airport (AGT)

About Puerto Iguazu

Puerto Iguazu is a village (Argentina) with over 32,038 people. And also, it gives you the possibility to relax after a long city walk next toby a river. Puerto Iguazu is located in northwest Argentina.

Things to do

We were able to get up close and personal with the majestic falls via all the walkways that are set up. However, we couldn’t wai

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You hear Iguazu Falls before you see them. The sound of constant crashing sneaks up on you, slowly increasing in volume until you

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On the Brazilian side you can take a 12 minute helicopter ride above Iguazu Falls that costs about $120. We used the company Helis

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Eat & drink

Since we used Foz do Iguaçu as our base for visiting the falls, we ate all of our meals there, apart from the picnics we brought w

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There are plenty of places to get a bite to eat at the falls. You can stop at one of the many cafeterias for an empanada or a mini

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My favorite point in the park was the La Garganta del Diablo or The Devil’s Throat. You find the Devil’s Throat is part of the Igu

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Iguassu Falls Argentina Side – What to Expect IGUASSU FALLS ARGENTINA SIDE – WHAT TO EXPECT I can’t believe I left it so long to w

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Facts About the Iguazu Falls and FAQs - Are Iguazu Falls a Wonder of the World? - Vegan Food at Iguazu Falls - Restaurants in Fo


Should I Worry about Iguazu Falls Mosquitoes?

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You’ll only need to spend a half a day on the one trail here in the falls, then once you are done you can do some optional activit

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To maximize your time for this itinerary, I recommend flying to each destination. It is possible to take a bus or rent a car and g


the end of February

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Below is my suggested two-day itinerary for visiting the Iguazu waterfalls, including both the Argentine and Brazil (plan Brazil itineraries)ian sides. The

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Argentina (Argentina in detail) – 260 ARS. You must pay with cash, credit cards are not accepted. Park open from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm. 50% off fo

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At the time of writing, the admission fee into Iguazu Falls for foreigners is R$65 per person. Parking is an extra R$20 per vehicl

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We took the plane from Rio to Foz do Iguazu. Unlike the mountainous area surrounding Rio, the terrain in this area of Brazil is fl

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I’ve seen all these websites comparing which side of Iguazu is best, the Brazilian or Argentinian. My opinion is that you absolute

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– which was wonderful and only a couple of minutes walk from the bus terminal in Puerto Iguazu. The rates were reasonable, they al

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