Iguazu Falls Tours | Trips From Buenos Aires

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Iguazu Falls is one of the many wonders of the world, thanks to it being the largest waterfall system in the world. Located on the border of Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls is a breathtaking place to visit, offering you several ways to experience it in all its glory.

The Iguazu Falls are buried deep in the heart of the South American rainforest, and this stunning waterfall will leave you in awe. Whether you are planning a family vacation or a couple’s romantic getaway, a trip to Iguazu Falls will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Here are some great ways you can enjoy a tour to Iguazu Falls, coupled with valuable insights into how to travel, the best prices, and times to visit. With this guide, you will be booking your flights and planning trips to Iguazu Falls in no time.


  • Go on the Upper Circuit in Paseo Superior, Argentina
  • You’ll be immersed in the Parana River on San Martin Island
  • There is a diverse range of flora and fauna as well as bird life

Know before you book:

  • With over 275 waterfalls you might not see them all
  • Crowded during peak season
  • Being in the center of the rainforest, mosquitoes and other pests can be a problem

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Iguazu Falls is a diverse place in South America that has been relatively untouched by humans since its discovery in 1541. Try imagining this, the mighty Iguazu falls has 275 individual waterfalls. Each with varying heights and boasting an average water flow of 62,000 cubic feet per second. Now that’s a lot of water.

The only way to truly understand this is by witnessing it. The mist hitting your face as the water continues to flow will leave you in awe, and with every turn, there is something new to see.

With several tours to Iguazu Falls from Buenos Aires, planning a trip from Argentina’s capital is not too difficult. Most tours fly you or arrange bus travel from the capital city to Puerto Iguazu. Where travelers then make their way into the Iguazu National Park to have an extraordinary experience.

Iguazu Falls Tour Prices 2024

The cost of tours to Iguazu Falls starts from $18USD ($2,266ARS) for a single-day trip. Costs may increase depending on the tour type and duration. You can choose to book a boat ride or walking tour.

Fully guided 4-day tours from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls start from $590USD ($74,294.98 ARS). This price also varies depending on what is included, like cancellation fees and accommodation.

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Iguazu Falls Opening and Closing Times

Iguazu National Park is open every weekday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, but entrance into the park closes at 4:30 pm. These times are also the case during Christmas and New Year, but the times may differ during Argentina’s Day of Independence on the 9th of July.

Monday – Sunday: 8am – 6pm

Best Time To Go on Iguazu Falls Trips

The falls are fast-flowing all year round, so any time of year is good, but there are specific periods when it is best to visit Iguazu Falls. The dry seasons from the end of March to early June and August to early October are most ideal.

With wonderful sunshine and clear views. These periods are also quieter, making accommodation readily available and ticket prices affordable.

Wildlife To See on Your Iguazu Falls Trip

Like any outdoor excursion, Iguazu Falls offers far more than just the main attraction. There are over 83 animal species that are endemic to the region, resulting in it being a valued conservation area in South America. With a diverse selection of animals that reside within the national park, you are bound to see some unique species.

From the common South American Coati to the Red Brocket Deer, there are several large mammals that you can’t miss. The birdlife is particularly beautiful, from the common Toco Toucan to the vibrant Green Headed Tanager; these birds will leave you astonished.

Iguazu Falls Tour Options

With so much to see at Iguazu Falls, capturing it all in one day can be challenging. Several one-day Iguazu Falls tours are available for those who would like a glimpse of this magnificent region. While multi-day guided tours offer you the full experience of Iguazu Falls.

Full-Day Iguazu Falls Tour

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Catch a glimpse of the upper and lower sides of the Iguazu Falls with this full-day guided tour.

Expect to start your day early with pick-ups from hotels starting at 6:30 am. You’ll receive a fully guided tour in both English and Spanish. Expect a fast-paced and entertaining time when you complete three entire circuits on the Argentinian side of the falls.

What we liked: Great for those looking to experience Iguazu Falls in one day.

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off in Puerto Iguazu
  • Bilingual tour guide (English and Spanish)
  • The tour passes all the main points of attraction at Iguazu Falls

  • Entrance fees into the park, approximately $14USD ($1,774ARS) per person
  • Food and drinks
  • Not suitable for people with mobility impairments

During the tour, expect to see the force of Devil’s Throat and feel the cool mist of the waterfalls from up close. Enjoy the ecological train ride for a convenient way to see many of the park’s main attractions. This guided tour offers key insights into the area’s diverse flora and fauna and interesting information about the formation of the falls.

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4-Day Iguazu Falls Tour

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This 4-day Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls tour offers an in-depth experience of the falls in all their glory.

With all transportation services and accommodation included, this tour package will make your Iguazu Falls vacation easy and enjoyable. This is the perfect package for those looking to experience everything there is to see in Iguazu Falls in comfort.

What we liked: Great for those wanting to fully experience Iguazu Falls.

  • Bilingual tour guide (English and Spanish)
  • Accomodation for two nights in Puerto Iguazu and overnight bus costs
  • Four Breakfasts and two dinners are included

  • Entrance fees to National Parks, approximately $55USD ($6,971ARS) per person
  • Not suitable for people with mobility impairments
  • Food during bus travel

If you are experiencing the Iguazu Falls and want some free time between your travels to explore the town of Puerto Iguazu, this package is ideal for you. With an option to extend your stay in Puerto Iguazu and choose your preferred hotel accommodation, this package truly offers you flexibility and a self-curated experience.

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Visiting Iguazu Falls is an overwhelming experience in a unique part of the world. You'll witness over 275 waterfalls in one area and be fully immersed in the flora and fauna on offer in this vast rainforest region.
Level of Activity
  • Witness the Iguazu Falls in all its glory
  • Enjoy expert or self-guided trails
  • Most of the tours are bilingual, with English and Spanish guides
  • Not ideal for people with mobility impairments
  • Visa and passport requirements to visit each park
  • Entrance fees into the National Parks are excluded from tour costs

Specification: Iguazu Falls Tours | Trips From Buenos Aires


Not accessible if you are unable to stand unassisted


10-12 hours


Guide, Hotel pick-up and drop-off


Meals (unless specified), Entrance Fees

Meals & Drinks

Meals not included (unless specified)



Suitable For

Couples, Families, Nature lovers, Solo travelers

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    We booked this trip 3 days before and as advertised expected an English speaking Guide so you'd think … this was NOT the case really. The tour was split in to two parts the morning in Argentina and the afternoon on the Brazilian side. Whilst we were on the Argentinian side the Guide only spoke to us when we were told where to go and meet. There was NO explanation of The Falls or anything about it in English!!! As for our trip over the border in the afternoon … the Guide spoke to us a little more but didn't tell us when buying the Park Entry tickets that we did not need transport tickets so we WASTED $20 when she could of told us, very frustrating indeed!!!!! All in all it was an average trip, the crowds were CRAZY and make sure you TAKE INSECT REPELLENT!!!! The Tour itself only cost $35 each so i guess you get what you pay for.

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    Nonnie A

    This is ideal for one day for both Argentina and Brazil side. The only problem is there so much to do and need at least 2 days to explore especially the boat ride and hiking.

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    At the beginning, we only plan to go for the cruise from Buenos Aires to Santiago. Then we decided to go visit Iguazu Falls. So we joined this tour before the cruise. We were contacted by email by the local agent before we got on the plane. Brenda from Say Hueque arranged our special arrangement of hotel stays and all transfers through emails. We were greeted by Cecilia, the host, with Argentina snacks and a bottle of water, just what we needed after a long red eye flight. The complimentary bottle of local wine is the sugar icing. The day before flying to Iguazu , Brenda sent me a reminder that her agent in Iguazu did not find our flight number, nor arrival time, which we sent her for transfer. She called the airline and the reply was It should be okay. She has no obligation to check for me because we bought our own air ticket to fly from Buenos Aires to Iguazu. We received nothing from the Airline company and we don't speak Spanish. The next day we went to the airport to find out that the original flight was cancelled or combined with a two hours later flight. We were worried about the transfer when we landed. Luckily a young gentleman sitting next to us at the breakfast food court, speaks English and is kind to lend his cell phone to us to call Brenda, at 7 am on New Year Day. She is polite and helpful to forward our changes to the agents responsible for the transfers. What a relief we were at that time. The return flight from Iguazu was also delayed. Brenda also arranged the pickup of luggage and transfer to another hotel seamlessly. And two days later, the transfer to the cruise ship terminal is also punctually done. My impression is that this company is client-orientated and my experience is very satisfactory. They went an extra mile to make sure the clients are attended to. Thanks to all, especially Brenda and Cecilia, who help to make our trip a happy memory.

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    After paying a high fee, the bus station was chaos, entrance blocked?? and no beds on the bus as advertised, only reclining seats to sleep in. Poor meals, breakfast was a cracker and a cookie, bus arrived 3 hours late to Puerto Iguazú, 20 hours in that bus with little sleep, arriving exhausted. The hotel and tour was wonderful, I recommend flying next time, not 20 hours on the road with uncomfortable sleeping arrangements.

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