Why not see Iguassu Falls from the Argentinian side too! Well start the day early, heading towards the Brazil-Argentina border and immigration control. Once across (make sure you have your visa and reciprocity fee, if necessary), well drive for a mere five minutes to reach Puerto Iguazu, a small city of 50,000 inhabitants. Here well visit a local bakery and have a real Argentinean experience: tasting empanadas! Well then hit the road again, driving for about 30 minutes to reach Iguazu National Park.
Upon arrival, we'll head to the train station, where we catch the train to Devils Throat Station on the Argentinian side of the falls. From here, we'll continue by foot on a catwalk (2,000 meters round trip) above the Iguassu River, where we'll be treated to an amazing view of the still waters before they make their descent over the falls into a raging torrent of water.
After this epic view of the Devils Throat, we'll grab the train back so we can access the Upper Circuit, where we'll enjoy even more spectacular views of the Iguassu River, before a 45-minute walk through the Iguassu Forest.
We'll continue our walk, this time on the Lower Circuit, introducing us to the Iguassu Canyon. At 1,400 meters, it's here that we really have the opportunity to feel the falls.
Once we are done, the last stop will be a break for lunch, with the options of empanadas if you didnt get enough earlier! Or you can grab a sandwich our buffet meal. (Please note that lunch is not included in the price of the tour.)
From here, we'll head back to the town of Foz do Iguassu where our tour of Iguassu Falls Argentina will come to a close!