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Iguazu Falls Travel Package


Nestled between the Argentine and Brazilian borders, Iguazu Falls are among the world’s biggest waterfalls. Twice as wide and much higher than Niagra falls and only second in size to Africa’s Victoria Falls, Iguazu is a breathtaking place to visit.  It’s the perfect add on trip if you are in Brazil or Argentina and a great buffer destination if you are traveling to Rio de Janeiro & Buenos Aires as it's right in the middle of both cities (Only about a 2 hour flight from each city). Our Iguazu Falls Travel Package includes hotels on either side of Iguazu (Puerto Iguazu in Argentina and Foz Iguacu in Brazil), flights, airport transfers, and tours to both the Argentine and Brazilian Sides of the Falls.

Our Iguazu Falls Travel package is available year round. From April to mid-October, the temperature is more mild and it rains less. From mid-October to April, the weather is more hot/humid and rainfall is more so the water levels are higher. Peak season in Iguazu Falls is between December & February as well as July & Easter (when locals are on vacation) so pricing is more expensive and it's more crowded.

For our Iguazu Falls Travel Package, we recommend anywhere between 2 to 4 nights. The package is customizable and we can also add on additional excursions like the Itaipu Dam, Boat Excursions (on either side of the falls), Helicopter Tours as well as adventure options. This package is a great add on as you do not have to worry about anything and our suppliers in Iguazu Falls are extremely reliable, professional and always available to assist you while you are in Iguazu Falls. We have also inspected all of our Iguazu Falls hotels offered on our site and provide options from 3 to 5 stars.


What’s included in the Iguazu Falls Travel Package:

  • Airfare (optional)
  • Hotel Accommodation
  • Airport/Hotel Transfers
  • Full Day tour of Argentine Side of the Falls
  • Half Day Tour of Brazilian Side of the Falls
  • Taxes and Fees

* Airfare can be provided from any city in the world
** A Visa is required by many countries including USA/Canada/Australia for Brazil.
****You can select also Brazil OR Argentine Falls to avoid visa/fee issues, if necessary.
**** Typically people book 2 to 3 nights for the package.


Iguazu Falls Travel Package Sample Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrive at Falls (either on Argentina or Brazil side). Transfer from airport to your hotel. Check into hotel. Balance of day at leisure to enjoy the falls or relax poolside at your hotel.

Day 2: Pick-up in the morning from your hotel. All tour participants must have a valid passport in their possession. The 275 waterfalls that make up stunning Iguassu Falls straddle the border of Brazil and Argentina and sit not far from Paraguay. Arrive at the Lower Circuit in Iguazu National Park on the Argentina side. Walk a trail that is 0.8 miles (1.3 km) long and allows views of smaller falls like Carlos Bozzetti Waterfall. Continue to the Upper Circuit at the top of the waterfalls and catch panoramic views of the area on both sides of the border, including San Martin Island. On the Brazilian side, marvel at Devil’s Throat, a 262-foot (80-meter) fall that is the largest in both parks. At an impressive altitude of 262 feet (80 meters), Devil’s Throat is where the most water pours through the falls and is a must-see stop. After your day of exploration on the Argentinian side of Iguassu falls, return to your hotel. 

Day 3: Pick-up in the morning from your hotel. Enter Iguaçu National Park to see what are arguably the best views of the tremendous Devil’s Throat waterfall. Watch as 14 falls drop 350 feet (107 meters) over a precipice with impressive, thunderous force. Be sure to bring your foul weather gear to protect you from the 100-foot (30-meter) cloud of mist that is suspended permanently overhead. This cloud is host to a steady rainbow, so get ready to snap lots of photos. Prepare to be impressed by these falls, which are taller than Niagara and twice as wide. During the rainy season from November to March, water can flow over these falls at 450,000 cubic feet (12,750 cubic meters) per second. Trek through the forest to the bottom of Salto Floriano For an up-close view of the falls. After admiring that view, ride the park’s elevator to the top of the falls, or meander out over the falls at Salto Union.

In the late afternoon, you will be taken to the airport. 


Foz do Iguaçu Hotels (Brazil Side)

Puerto Iguazu Hotels (Argentine Side)

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    The Bird Park in Iguazu Falls is situated in one of the most attractive places in the world near the Iguazu, just at the very entrance to the Iguazu National Park. Thousands of tourists come from all over the world to take this tour and admire the rare and colourful birds flying in the aviaries built to blend with the subtropical forests.

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  • Tour of Argentine Side of Iguazu Falls

    On this Tour of the Argentine Side of the Falls, you will be crossing the Brazil/Argentina border to admire the infamous Devil's Throat falls as well as exploring the Upper Circuit and Lower Circuits.

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