May 31, 2018|
Last updated on March 29th, 2021 at 10:25 am
Getting to Iguazu Falls can be confusing. One of our most asked questions is just how do you go about getting to Iguazu Falls. You can either stay in Puerto Iguazu in Argentina or Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil, depending on where are you coming from and where are you going to, we’ll find the best logistics for your itinerary.
So you are planning an Iguazu Falls Tour and wondering about getting to the Falls from Puerto Iguazu. To answer this question we need to break it down into 2 parts.
Getting to Iguazu Falls in ARGENTINA from Puerto Iguazu
If you are getting to Iguazu Falls from Puerto Iguazu, in Argentina, then this section is for you. You’ll tour the Argentina side of the Falls, including Garganta del Diablo, Circuito Superior, and Circuito Inferior, all in PARQUE NACIONAL IGUAZÚ. If you are traveling with SouthAmerica.travel on an Argentina Tour or Brazil Tour, a private transfer and guide will accompany you. If you are traveling independently, we highly recommend you talk to your hotel in Puerto Iguazu.
Getting to Iguassu Falls in BRAZIL from Puerto Iguazu
To get to the Brazilian side of the Falls (Iguassu Falls) from Puerto Iguazu, it first matters how you are traveling. If you are on a SouthAmerica.travel tour, our Expert Travel Consultant at SouthAmerica.travel will arrange a private transfer and tour, with a local guide to accompany you the whole time.
Getting to Iguassu Falls in Brazil from Puerto Iguazu is a bit more complicated as it involves a border crossing from Puerto Iguazu to Foz do Iguaçu in Brazil. The time it takes to cross the border varies but generally, we plan our guests 30 minutes to 1 hour of crossing time in a car. It is usually quite a bit less and very easy to cross as our Expert Tour Guides and Drivers know the border staff very well.
Well, there you have it, a guide on getting to Iguazu Falls from Puerto Iguazu! Interesting in learning more about Iguazu Falls? Explore our Ultimate Guide to Iguazu Falls blog post here!
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