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clock-o3 days (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English and 1 more


Take an adventure to Iguassu Falls for 3 nights, including airfare from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazú. A short 90-minute flight from Argentina's capital, Puerto Iguazú allows easy entrance to Iguazú National Park, site of the spectacular falls and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During two days of touring the park with an expert guide, visit both the Argentinian and Brazilian side of the falls, and you can choose from a range of accommodation levels.
  • 3-night tour from Buenos Aires to Iguassu Falls by air
  • Explore one of South America’s most amazing natural wonders with a professional guide
  • Take a half-day tour to Iguacu National Park on the Brazil side of the falls
  • Enjoy a full-day tour to Iguazu National Park on the Argentina side of the falls
  • Be wowed by Devil’s Throat and more than 200 waterfalls
  • Choose 3-, 4- or 5-star accommodation in Puerto Iguazu
  • Round-trip flight, airport transportation in Puerto Iguazu and breakfast included
Experience the natural splendor of Iguassu Falls from both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides during this 3-night adventure with airfare from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazú. After booking, the local tour operator will contact you to finalize your itinerary and help you choose flights. Breakfast is included with all hotel stays, and hotel choices depend on availability.
Please note: Entrance fee to the National Park on either day is not included.


Day 1: Buenos Aires – Puerto Iguazu
Make your own way to Jorge Newbery Airfield in Buenos Aires for your 1.5-hour flight to Puerto Iguazu, which sits just across the Iguazu River from Brazil and is only 11 miles (18 km) from Iguassu Falls.

When you arrive, you’ll be picked up by your guide and driven to your chosen hotel. The rest of the day is yours to have dinner in town (own expense) and do what you wish.

Overnight: Your selected hotel in Puerto Iguazu

Day 2: Iguacu National Park, Brazil side (B)
Today, take a half-day tour to Iguacu National Park on the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls. After breakfast at your hotel, start the 30-minute drive across the river and to the park.

With your guide, walk for roughly one hour (1.2 miles) along a 3,280-foot (1,000-meter) path from Das Cataratas Hotel that will take you to a fabulous viewpoint of Devil's Throat, where the largest amount of water pours through Iguassu Falls. At 262 feet (80 meters), Devil's Throat is Iguassu’s largest individual waterfall and a definite must-see.

You’ll then have time to buy lunch at one of the restaurants in the park, or, if you’ve brought a packed lunch with you, have a picnic at one of the park’s several scenic spots. You may also wait to have lunch when you get back to Puerto Iguazu. Your guide can give you suggestions for restaurants inside the park.

In the early afternoon, return to Puerto Iguazu and spend the rest of your day at leisure.

Overnight: Your selected hotel in Puerto Iguazu

Day 3: Iguazu National Park, Argentina side (B)
Wake up to breakfast at your hotel, and then start your 9-hour day trip to Iguazu National Park on the Argentina side of the falls.

Explore the area in three parts, both with your guide and during free time to roam on your own. Start with a 2.5-mile (4-km) train ride to the point where the Iguazu River turns into Iguassu Falls. Disembark the train here to visit a viewpoint that overlooks Devil’s Throat, allowing you to enjoy another perspective of this stunning natural wonder.

Next, tour the Upper Circuit, a 45-minute uphill walk that rewards you with breathtaking panoramic views of many of the waterfalls, including Dos Hermanos, Adam and Eve, Bernabe Mendez, Mbigua and San Martin. From here, you can rappel down if you’re feeling adventurous, or ride down to the bottom of the falls in a 4x4 vehicle.

Lastly, head with your guide to the Lower Circuit, where an 0.8-mile (1.3-km) trail provides incredible photo opportunities of lower falls such as Bossetti. You’ll then be transferred to the Visitor Center, where you can take the train back to Devil’s Throat.

During the day, you’ll have time to buy lunch at one of the restaurants in the park (your guide can offer suggestions), or bring a packed lunch with you from Puerto Iguazu to enjoy eating in the great outdoors. Return to Puerto Iguazu in the evening, and make the most of some free time to relax and savor dinner.

Overnight: Your selected hotel in Puerto Iguazu

Day 4: Puerto Iguazu – Buenos Aires (B)
After breakfast, enjoy more free time in Puerto Iguazu to pick up souvenirs or take a walk around town before you are transferred to the airport for your flight back to Buenos Aires. There is a range of flight departure times, which you can choose after booking.


Viator Traveller's Reviews

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, Jan 2018

Once we started the trip everything went to plan. We had the same guide for both the Brazilian and Argentinian trips and she was good, well supported by her colleagues. The hotel Saint George was fine though air conditioning was not working which meant for some uncomfortable nights, the transfers were good.
In hindsight, as seasoned travellers we would not recommend doing this tour as you may as well do it yourself and save yourself the money. We had a lot of issues trying to get information out of the local tour company which meant getting up at 5am in the morning in order to contact them in order to confirm our flight and hotel details

, Jan 2017

Can't miss!

, Feb 2016

Fantastic experience and excellent hotel. The hotel staff were extremely helpful. The guide, Michael, on the 3rd day to the Brazilian side of the falls was superb. The guide to the Argentinian side of the falls on day 2 was poor.

, Feb 2016

Everything was fine except that I had forgotten that the park entrance fee was not included in the tour price so had to come up with 20 US each in cash for the two of us on the day of the tour. I would rather had paid the entrance fee ahead of time with my credit card.

, Jun 2015

Tour can be finished in 2 nights instead of 3 nights. Nothing to do on third day afternoon but flight was scheduled on fourth day evening !

Tour for Brazil side only half day so please consider to add option tour such as visit Bird Park or the famous water dam to made it comprehensive.

, Jan 2015

*** Everyone take note that US citizens must have a Visa to visit the Brazil side of the Falls. That information is buried deeply in the Viator voucher that was sent. Of course, it was my responsibility, but at least the information could have been highlighted, in bold print, something. As a result, we saw only the Argentinian side.

, Dec 2014

All personal were very attent tours on time and Marco Polo hotel clean and a lot of room to rest.

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