Iguazu Falls Tours
Why Visit Iguazú Falls?
Feel the breath of the world’s largest waterfall system on your cheek and glimpse full rainbows in its spray with one of the most memorable experiences of your life – an Iguazú Falls tour. This staggering flight of foam cascades down a chain of hundreds of waterfalls across nearly three kilometers of Argentinian and Brazilian rainforest, cleaving a lush landscape in two and forming one of the most majestic natural wonders of the world.
Get up close and personal with these phenomenal waterfalls on the upper and lower circuits of the Argentinian side, and witness breathtaking panoramic views of the Devil’s Throat canyon from the Brazilian side. For a unique experience, and perhaps the only way to truly admire the awesome scale of the Falls is to fly over them on a spectacular helicopter ride.
From this bird’s-eye view it will become apparent that the Iguazú Falls lie within vast swathes of national park, so while the waterfalls themselves might be the main attraction, there is also a host of incredible flora and fauna around to appreciate, including jaguar, ocelot, anteaters, harpy eagles and toucans, and many more magnificent birds which can also be seen at the nearby bird park.
Iguazu Falls Tour Packages
Our custom Iguazú Falls tours have been carefully crafted with enriching private excursions and thoughtful routes honed with years of in-destination experience. See our best-selling Iguazú Falls tour packages below and begin an unforgettable journey tailored uniquely to you.
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Iguazu Falls Experiences
Want to know more about how to visit Iguazú Falls? Our destination specialists have compiled the definitive Iguazú Falls travel guide to help you plan your Iguazú Falls trip. Find out when and where to go, what to see and do, where to eat and sleep, and more below.
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Do I Need a Visa To Travel To Iguazú Falls?
Visitors from most countries, including the US, Canada, European countries and Australia do not need a visa to enter Brazil or Argentina where the Iguazú is located. A valid passport (at least 6 months after your trip) is sufficient and you will be permitted to stay in the country for up to 90 days.
Do I Need To Get Any Vaccinations Or Malaria Tablets Ahead Of Travel?
Depending on which country you enter through, you may need to start a regime of malaria pills before leaving home. Your doctor may also recommend getting vaccinated for typhoid, yellow fever, and hepatitis A. Some visitors might need vaccines for hepatitis B and rabies.
What Is One Thing I Shouldn’t Miss In Iguazú Falls?
It may be a little on the pricey side, but there is arguably no better way to view the Falls than from above. The ten minute scenic helicopter rides gives an incredible bird’s-eye view of most of the site’s 275 falls, including the unmissable Garganta del Diablo.
What Is The Local Cuisine Like?
In the region around Iguazú Falls, you will find a mix of Brazilian, Argentinian, and Paraguayan cuisine. Iguazú’s cuisine is characterized by the typical asado. You can also find Guarani food, which is quite unique. Popular local delicacies include yuca root, corn pie, and yerba mate.
Is Iguazú Falls Safe?
Iguazú Falls is generally very safe. One thing of which to be aware is the large coati population. These small mammals live abundantly around the falls and can be aggressive, especially when food is involved. They also bite and can carry rabies. Insect repellent is highly recommended as well.
When Is The Best Time Of Year To Go To Iguazú Falls?
The Falls are beautiful at any time of year. However, many consider the best time to go to Iguazú Falls the off seasons, which fall between July and October and February and April. During this time, the weather is pleasant and tourist crowds tend to be smaller.
Is Iguazú Falls A Good Family Destination?
If you and your family love seeing natural wonders, Iguazú Falls is a wonderful family destination. There are many opportunities for exploring here and enjoying some of the most beautiful sights in South America. Just take care around the wild animals, especially if you have young children.
Is Iguazú Falls A Good Honeymoon Destination?
How Many Days Do You Need To Visit Iguazú Falls?
If you only plan to see Iguazú Falls from one side then you will need just one day, two days at most if you want to take things more leisurely. However we advise to visit both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides to get the full experience and recommend spending two to three days in total.