Discover Iguazu Falls from Argentina

  • Iguazu Falls, Argentina
Discover Iguazu Falls from Argentina Map
4 days / 3 nights from £285 per person Based on two people sharing double or twin rooms in standard accommodation. Flights are available separately.
Pick & Mix tour in Brazil, Argentina

Come face to face with the thundering waters of Iguazu Falls.  Visit both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of the falls on this tour, while enjoying the semi-tropical climate.






Day 1  

Puerto Iguazu

Arrive Puerto Iguazu

Puerto Iguazu


Day 2

Puerto Iguazu

Full day tour of Iguazu National Park: Argentina

Puerto Iguazu


Day 3

Puerto Iguazu

Day at leisure in Puerto Iguazu

Puerto Iguazu


Day 4

Puerto Iguazu

Depart Puerto Iguazu




* B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner

Upgrades and Extensions
  • Upgrade to Superior accommodation from £98 more per person for this 4 day/ 3 night package
  • Combine this tour with our Discover Buenos Aires City or Discover El Calafate and the Glaciers tour
  • Combine this tour with our Rio de Janeiro Pick & Mix tour, ask us to end this tour at the Brazilian airport (IGU) for your flight to Rio

Day 1: Arrive Puerto Iguazu

Upon arrival at Puerto Iguazu airport you will have a shared transfer to your chosen hotel.  The rest of the day is free to relax and enjoy the semi-tropical climate.  Spend the night at one of our standard hotels in Puerto Iguazu.

Day 2: Full day tour of Iguazu National Park: Argentina

You will be picked up from your hotel after breakfast to join a group and bilingual English/Spanish guide for a full day tour of the Argentinean side of the Iguazu National Park.  Stroll around the upper and lower walkways for varied views of the falls, including the impressive “Garganta del Diablo” (Devil’s throat).  If you like a thrill and are prepared to get wet, you can take a boat trip to get as close as possible to the base of the falls (you can book and pay for this locally).  You will return to your hotel in the late afternoon.  Spend the night at one of our standard hotels in Puerto Iguazu.

Day 3: Day at leisure in Puerto Iguazu

You have a free day in Puerto Iguazu.  You may want to make a trip to the Brazilian side of the falls and the nearby bird park – ask us for prices if you would like to pre-book this trip.  Alternatively you can enjoy relaxing at your hotel.

Day 4: Depart Puerto Iguazu

At the appropriate time you will have a shared transfer from your hotel to the Argentinean airport (IGR).  Let us know if you would prefer to depart from the Brazilian airport (IGU).

  • 3 nights in a twin or double room at one of our Standard hotels in Puerto Igauzu
  • Group tours as mentioned with Bilingual English/Spanish guide
  • Entrance fees to National Park: Argentina
  • Return shared airport transfers
  • Meals as indicated
Not Included:
  • Unspecified meals and services
  • Optional tips for Guides and/ or Drivers
  • International and domestic flights
  • Airport taxes

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Iguazu Falls, ArgentinaEcological train in Iguazu Falls National Park, ArgentinaIguazu Falls, ArgentinaBoat ride at Iguazu Falls, ArgentinaGetting wet at Iguazu Falls, ArgentinaIguazu Falls, Argentina

Our Standard hotels in Puerto Iguazu are clean and comfortable.  They are located slightly out of town in a jungle setting, and most have outdoor pools.  They have en-suite bathrooms with hot water and towels, and some in-room facilities like a TV and phone.  Depending on the location, many will have wi-fi at least in the lobby areas if not in the rooms.  They are often small, tastefully decorated and full of charm.  In most cases rooms will not be very big and although staff are friendly and helpful, their English may not be perfect. Our standard accommodation is classified locally as 3* hostels or 2.5* – 3* hotels.

  • DSA Superior Puerto Iguazu Hotel

It goes without saying that Superior hotels are also clean, comfortable and well located.  In Puerto Iguazu, our Superior hotels are classified as Jungle Lodges and are slightly out of town in tropical gardens with outside pools.  They offer that extra bit of comfort and a wider range of facilities (such as hair dryers, cable TV, wifi in rooms, restaurant and sometimes room service).  Rooms should be of a good size and you will have an en-suite bathroom with towels and toiletries.  Staff will normally speak good English.  These hotels fall into the 3*-4* category locally.

Packing List
  • Lightweight long cotton trousers
  • Long sleeved cotton or linen shirts
  • A body-warmer or jacket for cool evenings
  • Waterproof jacket or rain poncho
  • Trainers or walking shoes
  • Sun hat
  • Sun block
  • Insect repellent
  • Small backpack
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Torch
  • Camera, memory card and charger
  • Cash in local currency for snacks within the park and optional tips
All our tours are fully customisable - please ask us about any changes you would like to make to this itinerary.