- 4-day tour from Buenos Aires to Iguassu Falls
- Visit both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of the falls
- Transportation on a fully equipped bus
- Hotel accommodation and professional guide included
Recent Photos of This Tour
- 2 sistersPhoto by: Ewa C
- waterfallsPhoto by: Ewa C
- Rakuns everywherePhoto by: Ewa C
- boatsPhoto by: Ewa C
- Argentine fallsPhoto by: Ewa C
- from Brazilian sidePhoto by: Ewa C
- Garganda del diabloPhoto by: Ewa C
- visitorsPhoto by: Ewa C
- ButterflyPhoto by: Ewa C
- Typical house in Puerto IguazuPhoto by: Ewa C
What You Can Expect
Depart Buenos Aires in the evening and head to Iguassu Falls on a comfortable, fully equipped overnight bus. The bus has a bathroom, heating and air conditioning, and the seats recline 180 degrees to transform into beds. You'll be served dinner and breakfast while on board.
Arriving in Puerto Iguazú around noon, you'll be taken to your hotel where you can relax and enjoy a day of leisure. Feel free to stroll into town, visit the bird park or simply relax in the tropical setting – spas and restaurants are plentiful!
After breakfast (included in tour price), depart on a full-day tour to the Argentinian side of Iguassu Falls for close-up views of the Iguazú River. The lower and upper walkways allow for comprehensive views of the thundering falls. Walk along the trails that make their way through the 210-square-mile (543-square-km) reserve, and enjoy the various aerial and panoramic views of the falls. An ecological train ride through the park is included in your tour, and you'll also have the option to upgrade to a sightseeing cruise at an additional cost. This optional boat excursion is recommended, as it takes you to the base of Iguassu Falls, allowing you to experience the power from below!
After breakfast (included), enjoy a half-day excursion to the Brazilian side of the Iguassu Falls for an up-close look at Devil's Throat, the largest single waterfall in the region. After your tour, board the bus for your return trip to Buenos Aires (you will arrive the following day).
You will arrive to Buenos Aires at noon. Please note that the exact bus schedule for Day 1 and Day 4 will be confirmed 20 to 30 days before your tour.
The highlight of the visit to Argentina, the two and one half days is a perfect amount of time.
Great. Experience of a life time for me and my wife. We travel a lot and one of those very memorable. The guide was terrific.
Awsome trip! Buses had excellent comfort, meals and service. Both tours to waterfalls had lovely tour guides and great organisation.Views were amazing! I enjoyed Mojitos by the pool (3,5*hotel) and also purchased additional 4 hours tour through this operator to experience rappelling and a zipline.
Great tour. Well organized with good guides. Best way to see the falls comprehensively over 2 days. Still don and #39;t know which side I liked better.
The trip was great! The Falls was beautiful, the guides were especially nice and spoke very good English and the transfers were prompt and comfortable. Also, the St. George hotel was very nice. The only reason you didn't get a 5* from me is because the add in the internet as well as the ticket/vouchers stated that the bus to/from Buenos Aires had seats that reclined 180 degrees, and while some did on the lower level, ours did not on the upper level. I don't remember anyone asking our preference since there was a difference. I feel I was led to believe something different than what was actually received. You may want to remedy that for future clients.
I was very disappointed by this tour. For starters, I paid for a "Superior Room" at what I thought was going to be a four-star hotel. Neither the hotel nor the room were four-star. The worse part was that I ended up in a room with three single beds. When I asked about it at the front desk, the gentleman told me that was "all they had available". The hotel was shabby, dull, not super-clean, and very plain vanilla. When I contacted the local agency about it, she offered me a free tango show. That was not what I was looking for. She didn't realize I had just arrived and wanted her to do something about my accommodations. When she finally did, it was 8PM the night before I was leaving. She (her name is Lucia from Say Hueque) was horrible. The bus ride was very long and it did not feel very clean. I saw the worker on the bus recycle the blankets and pillows immediately after they were already used by another passenger. The bathroom on the bus was atrocious. The saving grace to this trip was that the Falls were actually spectacular and the local tour guide who took us to both sides of the Falls (here name was Graciela) was fantastic.
My suggestion: fly to Iguassu, stay at a five-star hotel with excellent reviews, and save yourself the hassle.