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Iguazu Tours

Straddling the Jungle at the Argentine, Paraguai & Brazilian border.

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Argentina, Buenos Aires, Iguazú & Misiones, Salta

Iguazu Falls, Northern Argentina Trip 14D/13N

USD $2,200.00USD $4,880.00 Per Person
USD $715.00USD $775.00 Per Person
USD $320.00USD $375.00 Per Person
USD $790.00USD $855.00 Per Person
USD $195.00 Per Person
USD $710.00 Per Person

Argentina, Brazil, Buenos Aires, Iguazú & Misiones, Rio de Janeiro

Argentina and Brazil Tours - 9 Days

USD $1,945.00 Per Person

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Iguazú & Misiones, Patagonia

Argentina Adventure - 15 days - Buenos Aires to Patagonia

USD $2,665.00 Per Person

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Iguazú & Misiones

Tour of Argentina - Glacier, Falls & Tango - 8 Days

USD $1,275.00 Per Person

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Iguazú & Misiones, Mendoza, Patagonia

Visit Argentina - 15 Days - Iguazu, Mendoza, Buenos Aires, Patagonia

USD $2,950.00 Per Person

Argentina, Buenos Aires, Iguazú & Misiones

Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls Tour - 6 Days

USD $920.00 Per Person

Argentina, Brazil, Iguazú & Misiones, Parana

Visit a Guarani Tribe: Meet Fortin M'Bororé Community

USD $65.00 Per Person

Argentina, Brazil, Iguazú & Misiones, Parana

Iguassu Falls Tour from the Argentina Side (One Day)

USD $70.00 Per Person

Things to Do

  • Visit the iconic Iguazu Falls, the largest waterfall system in the world. There are a few different routes you can walk to reach different sections of the falls once you are inside the national park.
  • You can enjoy a variety of activities in the Iguazu Falls National Park, including boat rides along the Iguazu River and visits to Isla San Martin (a rock formation in the heart of the waterfalls, where visitors can enjoy a small beach and a unique view of the falls).
  • Outside the park, visit Hito Tres Fronteras, the tri-border of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. The point is situated high above the Iguazu and Parana rivers.
  • Learn about rainforest conservation at La Aripuca, a unique structure made with 29 different endangered native tree species.
  • Visit Guira Oga, a sanctuary for injured birds.

 

Where to Stay

Iguazu Jungle Lodge

With a large outdoor swimming pool, a hot tub and rooms surrounded by the lush rainforest, Iguazu Jungle Lodge provides 4-star facilities for guests to the area. The rooms feature flat-screen TVs and private balconies. Guest can enjoy continental breakfast with seasonal fruits at the poolside terrace. A bar offers light snacks, and room service can be ordered. The Iguazu Falls are 10 miles away, and the lodge can arrange transportation to the spectacle. Downtown Puerto Iguazu is a 10-minute walk from the accommodation.

Oasis Bed and Breakfast

Nestled in the rainforest, this bed and breakfast offers guests a comfortable stay in a convenient location, near a shopping mall, a duty free shop, and casino. The rooms feature free WiFi, an electric kettle, a private bathroom, free toiletries, and a hairdryer. Guests can also use a shared kitchen and enjoy complimentary local drinks and appetizers at the accommodation.