Day Trip To The Argentinian Side Of Iguassu Falls From Foz Do Iguaçu - Puerto Iguazú

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 6 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    8am
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Roundtrip transfer to your selected hotel in Foz do Iguaçu or Puerto Iguazu. Please stay at the hotel lobby 10 minutes before pick up time. If your hotel is not listed, .. read more
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

The Iguassu Falls area is the meeting point of three different countries, so don't spend all your time on the Brazilian side. Take a day trip to Argentina to admire this natural wonder from another perspective. Crossing the border at the infamous Devil's Throat, you'll admire this UNESCO World Heritage Site from both Brazil and Argentina!

Highlights

  • Close encounter with wildlife
  • Family friendly
  • Fully narrated tour
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included

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Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Cataratas del Iguazu, Iguazu National Park, Province of Misiones, Litoral

Get inside the National Park and see the amazing waterfalls.
There's not much in the world that compares to the 275 waterfalls that make up stunning Iguassu Falls, which straddles the border of Brazil and Argentina and sits not far from Paraguay. On this tour, you'll travel from Foz do Iguau, Brazil, to Iguaz National Park in Argentina to explore the Upper Circuit, Lower Circuit and Devil's Throat.
Lower Circuit:
The Lower Circuit is composed of a trail approximately 0.8 miles (1.3 km) long that allows you to get close to some of the smaller waterfalls on the Argentinian side. Walking along the trail, which is equipped with both restrooms and snack bars, you'll get close to the Carlos Bozzetti Waterfall and be able to take some great photos.
Upper Circuit:
The Upper Circuit, which is wheelchair accessible, allows you to see the top of the majestic falls on the Argentina side and enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the area. The view stretches from the Argentinian falls to San Martin Island and parts of the Brazilian falls.

Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Garganta del Diablo, Puerto Iguazu, Province of Misiones, Litoral

The biggest waterfall in the park. Garganta do Diabo (Devil's throat) is a footbridge of 2080 meters that give access to one of the most beautiful natural spectacles on earth.

Stop At: Iguazu falls, Foz do Iguacu, State of Parana

If you choose the option with Brazilian side of the falls, you will have the chance to get a different and also beautiful perspective of the falls.

Duration: 2 hours

Inclusions

Sightseeing tour of the Argentinian side of Iguassu Falls from Foz do Iguau

Sightseeing tour of the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls from Foz do Iguau (if option selected)

Local guide

Hotel pickup and drop-off in Most downtown hotels In Foz do Iguau or Puerto Iguazu

Exclusions

Iguaz National Park entrance fees

Gratuities

Food and Drinks

Entry/Admission - Iguazu Falls

Entry/Admission - Iguazu Falls

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

It is necessary to bring along your passport and pay close attention to visa restrictions. A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

Please note that there is a tax of 20$Pesos per person to be charged when going to Argentina

You can also add an option with the brazilian side of Iguassu Falls. In this case, tour lasts 11h approximately.

Iguau National Park entrance fee (Brazil side) - BRL 63.60. Brazilians pay half price. For tourists born in the Mercosur region, admission costs BRL 50.60. Children up to 11 years old have free admission.

Iguazu National Park Entrance fee (Argentine side) - $600 pesos. Argentinians pay half price. For tourists born in the Mercosur region, admission costs $480 pesos. Children up to 05 years old have free admission.

The above fees should be paid locally. Prices are approximated and subject to change without notice.

Not wheelchair accessible

Most travelers can participate

Please check if you require a Visa or a similar document to enter Brazil and Argentina. You are responsible for obtaining these documents.

Traveler Reviews

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  • 23-Sep-2019

    The falls were very good but they wouldn't let us go down to the lower trail. At the end we were dropped off at a horrible buffet where we had to spend one hour. At that time our guide left without informing us. The driver came back and couldn't speak a word of English so he couldn't answer questions. The tour guide had been very nice. However her English wasn't good enough to understand certain questions so were were confused at times. Plus we didn't get a bathroom break at the end of the tour.

  • 31-Dec-2018

    We wee crammed into a small tour van at 7 in the morning, then driven around for an hour picking others up at different hotels. We were crammed into seats like sardines- no legroom or arm room, every single seat taken. The guide was pleasant, but she spoke very poor English and very little Spanish. Inside the van, we had to wait for 30 minutes to go through Brazilian border control and another 30 minutes at the Argentinian control. Once in the park, we had to pay for our park tickets, only to learn that the Argentinian side only took cash. Our guide got us through border control and helped secure tickets at the park for us. When entering the park, she did not look back at us, and we were walking slowly with two small children. We fell off the back of the group and she didn’t notice for a while. The train to the devil’s throat was super packed, four to a row. Once at the Devils throat, there was more waiting, then a .75 mile walk across bridges to get to the falls. The falls themselves were magnificent and well worth the trip. The kids, 7 and 9, were complaining most of the time about the 93 degree heat. After that, we took another slow, cramped train to the upper and lower loops to the other falls. Most of the group wanted the lower walk, because it has better views. My kids were hot and tired and didn’t want steps, so we took the easier upper path. The guide went with the other group, so we were left on our own. The guide told us nothing about the Falls, and the only “guiding” she did was to say things like, trains now, bathroom now, meet here, etc. Our loop took less than one hour, but the other one took over two hours, so we had to wait around for the other to walk and eat. We were basically sitting around on our own for two hours, just waiting for people to get back. On the return trip, we pulled over to the side to wait. We sat packed in the van for 20 minutes outside a Show place, not being told what we were waiting for. Eventually, we found out that some passengers had another tour after the Argentinian falls. 20 minutes later, we found out that we were the ones with the other tour to the Brazilian side of the falls! We were left to wait for ano5er driver at the Churrasco place. Luckily, the other driver came ten minutes later in a private car and took us to the Brazilian falls. He was wonderful, attentive, kind, and accommodating. He stayed with us, helped us, advised us, etc. I would suggest calling him or someone like him instead of group tour.

  • 10-Apr-2018

    Very good guide and a great experience

  • 08-Apr-2018

    It was ok, but not what I booked: a guided tour in English (minus 1 star)
    The bus was awful, not enough space for our legs (minus 2 star).
    The price was definitely to high

  • 28-Feb-2018

    The tour was well organized and secure! Jose was a wonderful guide. She was knowledgeable, friendly and went above and beyond to ensure we had a wonderful stay not only at the Argentinean side of the falls but on our trip to Foz. She spoke Spanish and Portuguese so those that only spoke Engilsh on our tour were just translated to by the rest. The tour itself started right on time and took us across the border with no issue and to the Iguazu Falls Park. Jose dealt with the ticketing and lines so it was a relaxing ride without having to worry about a thing. The falls were a spectacular phenomenon with an energy that can only be described by being there. Because we were a large group we didn't have to worry about being paired with other tourists but be prepared for crowds of people flooding the walkways in the main trail. We had a nice walk that took us to the less crowded lower views of the falls and then later headed up up to the bridge walkways over the river. The tour ended with a drive back to Brazil and dinner at a traditional Brazilian buffet and meat grill. It was a little expensive if you aren't a meat eater coming to about 70 reals per person. It is a popular tour guide location so many vendors sell things out front and the inside is filled with tourist. Overall it was a delicious and great experience. If you are struggling to decide between seeing the Argentinean side of the falls or the Brazilian side, I'm here to tell you that you should see both. On the Argentinean side, you get up close and personal with the water and a beautiful trail. On the Brazilian side you get to really see the expanse of the entire landscape of Iguazu like you could never imagine of the Argentinean side and a similar close and personal feel at the Devils Throat. Overall Amazing, hassle-free tour and would definitely recommend!

  • 04-Jan-2018

    The tour itself was great but it was cut short because one of the attendees needed to get to the airport which I found unacceptable in the extreme. To have an entire group of people who all paid full price sacrifice a part of their tour for one individual is poor planning on the side of the tour operator, they should have declined her attendance or placed her on another tour.

  • 01-Jan-2018

    It is not so easy to appreciate the beauty of the Iguassu-Falls when thousands of other people want to see the same Falls at the same time but with a bit of patience it is possible to see 'all'.

  • 20-Nov-2017

    What a wonderful site. The guide was calm and took us around at a leisurely pace. He helped point out many items that we probably would have missed without him. This area is on our list for a revisit since it is so large and wounderous that it will take multiple trips to really see it without all the awe that first time visitors would have. A long day well worth the price.

  • 03-Oct-2017

    An absolutely amazing and breathtaking experience. The views of the falls from the Brazilian side are great but they are far far better from the Argentinian side.

  • 23-Sep-2017

    good value - punctual throughout and easy travel

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