After being picked up from the airport, spend the night in Foz do Iguacu on Day 1. On Day 2 visit the Argentinian side of the Iguazu Falls, walking along the man-made platforms and bridges that follow the contours of the river. This will take you right to the edge of the Devil’s Throat, the largest of the waterfalls, and along a 4 kilometer stretch of panoramic waterfalls. After your adventure you’ll spend one night in Puerto Iguazu and your trip will end on Day 3 with an airport drop-off.
Day by day itinerary
Day 1: Foz do Iguacu Airport Pick-up
Upon arrival in Foz do Iguacu, you will be picked up at the airport (from 7am to 9pm) and transferred to your accommodation for check-in. Enjoy the afternoon at your leisure. Overnight in Foz do Iguacu.
Day 2: Day Trip to Argentina Falls (Brazil to Argentina) (B)
A visit to the Argentinean side of Iguazu Falls will leave you amazed after a full-day experience up-close to the falls. Walk along the man-made platforms and bridges that follow the contours of the river taking you right up next to hundreds of waterfalls covering a 4 kilometer stretch. Iguazu falls were created approximately 200 thousand years ago by a geological fault where the Iguazu and Parana Rivers come together creating an 80-meter high cascade named "Garganta del Diablo" or Devil's Throat. The falls stretch over 3 kilometers wide making them taller than Niagara Falls in North America and wider than Victoria Falls in Africa. The average flow of water passing over the falls is 1500 cubic meters per second and depending on the water levels you can observe anywhere from 160 - 260 falls. The intensity of the falls produces a permanent fog, where sunbeams form multiple rainbows of incredible beauty.
Start off by walking down around the Circuito Inferior where several bridges take you right up next to the falls where you can stand and be soaked by the spray in seconds. Take the train to the "Devil's Throat" main falls where a man-made walkway leads you out over the river to experience the once-in-a-lifetime thrill of looking down into the Devil's Throat itself, a 90-meter-high cascade over which 13,000 cubic meters plunge per second. Bring your own snacks and water to avoid paying high prices in the park.
If time allows on your way back to Puerto Iguazu, you may have a chance to stop at the 3 frontiers overlook point where you can see Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil at the convergence of the Iguazu and Parana Rivers. A blue, green and yellow obelisk represents the national colors of all 3 countries. This is also a great place to grab some last minute souvenirs from Iguazu Falls. Overnight in Puerto Iguazu.
Day 3: Puerto Iguazu Airport Drop-off (B)
Today your trip will come to an end as you are dropped off at the Puerto Iguazu airport. We wish you a safe journey for your onward travels!
Important Note (for crossing from Brazil)
Please remember that the Argentine Immigration Office is charging ALL citizens from the United States, Canada and Australia a "Reciprocity Fee". You are responsible for paying for this fee online and printing your receipt, which you must present to the Customs Authority upon entering the country. There are no exemptions to this new fee and it must be paid regardless if you are staying for a few hours, making a flight connection or staying for a longer period of time. Please note that for some nationalities, the option to pay for multiple entrances does not exist. You are responsible for having these documents in order prior to arrival.
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In order to cross the border you must present your valid passport and visa (if required - check entry requirements for your nationality prior to departure). Please remember to bring these items, as you will not be able to cross without them.