Walking tours in Puerto Iguazu

Everyone can find something to enjoy in Puerto Iguazu, whether you are interested in its history and culture, architecture, great art, or delectable cuisine.

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Travel Tips for visiting Puerto Iguazu

Located in the northeastern part of Argentina, Puerto Iguazu is the gateway to the Iguazsu Falls. This spectacular natural wonder is home to hundreds of cascades, a pristine rainforest and a wildlife center that is famous for its butterfly farm.

Iguazu Falls

Located in South America, Iguazu Falls is a national park which spans three countries. It is home to more than 275 waterfalls, each one of which is different in size, height, and shape. It is one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World. It is also recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

During the dry season, it's the best time to visit Iguazu Falls. You can take the bus or taxi to the park. There are several hotels and guest houses in Puerto Iguazu.

You can take a guided tour, or you can self-drive. Most visitors stay in the town of Puerto Iguazu. You can choose from a three, four, or five star hotel. You can also rent a car or a van.

A trip to Iguazu Falls will cost you about 14,000 pesos. You will have to pay extra for a boat ride.

Iguassu Falls

Located between Argentina and Brazil, Iguassu Falls is one of the most impressive natural wonders in the world. Its 270 foot high waterfalls are surrounded by tropical jungle. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also home to incredible biodiversity.

The best time to visit Iguassu Falls is in the fall. The water levels are at their highest, making for more dramatic falls. You can see the falls from the Argentinian side or the Brazilian side.

The easiest way to get to Iguassu Falls is by a tour. Most operators pick visitors up from their hotel. The tour includes transportation and a full day of touring Iguacu National Park. It is best to book a tour in advance.

The entry fee to Iguassu Falls is $15 USD. This includes transportation to and from the park as well as access to the circuits. You can validate your ticket and get a 50% discount the next day.

Iguassu Falls

Iguaza Falls

Located in the jungles of South America, Iguazu Falls is considered one of the world's most beautiful natural sites. The sheer size and power of the falls make them one of the most impressive waterfalls in the world. They are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you can enjoy them from either side of the border.

While a full day is needed to explore the Iguazu Falls on the Argentinean side, you can visit the Brazilian side in as little as an hour. The most common activity at the falls is a boat ride, which offers a different perspective on the falls.

Several tour operators pick you up from hotels in Puerto Iguazu. Depending on where you stay, you can also use the bus service to get to the park. The buses leave every 20-30 minutes, and cost only a few dollars per person.

Gran Melia Iguazu

Located within the Iguazu National Park on the Argentinean side of the falls, Gran Melia Iguazu is a luxurious 5-star hotel. It offers guests a taste of Argentine culture and has many amenities to make your stay comfortable. The rooms come with an infinity pool and large private balconies, which offer spectacular views of the jungle.

Guests can take a boat trip to the Falls, which will allow them to get close to the magnificent water features. Several food stalls will also be open for visitors to purchase snacks and drinks, making it easy to spend a day at the falls.

The area around Puerto Iguazu is rich in activities, including hiking, kayaking, and birdwatching. In addition, the Cultural Park has demonstrations of local handicrafts. It is possible to buy jewelry, gems, and other items made from the region's materials.

Gran Melia Iguazu


Located in the Misiones province, Puerto Iguazu is a small town with a lot to offer. It's not the most hip of places to stay, but if you're looking for a taste of the real Argentina, this is a city worth checking out.

There are several places to see and do in the area, but the most impressive is the Iguazu national park. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has more than two hundred waterfalls, some of which are the highest in the world. In addition to the natural wonders, there are plenty of museums and hiking trails to keep you busy.

The Melia Hotel is the only hotel in the park. It's a good place to stay for the budget conscious. This venerable hotel has a fancy restaurant and a rooftop bar, but they also serve a decent breakfast. If you're after a more luxurious option, there are several luxury hotels in the area.

Excursions and Day Trips in Puerto Iguazu

Whether you are looking for a day trip from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu, or an excursion to see the falls, there are plenty of options to choose from. Some tours include airfare and hotel pick-up, while others provide a professional guide to lead you around the falls. There are even extended tours that visit both sides of the falls, giving you more time to explore the area.

For those who prefer a self-guided tour, you can easily cross the border from Argentina to Brazil. You can visit the falls on your own and then return to Puerto Iguazu by shuttle or flight. The Brazilian side is more scenic and features a greater variety of wildlife. You can also take a boat ride to view the falls.

Many tours offer guided tours of the lower and upper circuits of the park, as well as the Devil's Throat. During the guided tour, you will learn about the park's ecology, fauna, and flora. Afterwards, you can walk along catwalks or go on a boat ride to get closer to the waterfalls.

A small-group tour is ideal for those who wish to avoid the large crowds and take their time exploring the park. There are also private tours that allow you to pick and choose what you want to see. These include the Garganta del Diablo, which offers a private, up-close look at the falls. These are offered on both the Argentina and Brazil sides, and tickets range between $100 and $300.

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