things to know before your visit Iguazu Falls, Argentina. At the time of publication, a day-trip (including round-trip bus) to the park is going to cost at least $360AR (£18/$26 USD) per person, without factoring in your food and accommodation.
Is it worth visiting Iguazu Falls?
Many popular tourist destinations are so for a reason and the Iguazu falls are no exception. The falls are magnificent, awesome and well worth visiting. A must for any bucket list.” The Iguazu falls have two airports, one in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil And the other in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina.
How much time do you need in Iguazu Falls?
If you only plan to see Iguazu falls from one side I would recommend allocating at least two days. I do suggest, if it’s possible, visiting both countries to see both sides. Each side offers a very different perspective. If you plan on seeing both sides, stay for 3-4 days.
What is so special about Iguazu Falls?
The most impressive falls of Iguazu Falls is called ‘The Devil’s Throat’. It is a U-shaped chasm where 14 falls plunge more than 350 feet. The mist that rises from the falls at Devil’s Throat reaches up to 490 feet at times. There are a species of birds called Great Dusky Swifts that often nest behind the falls.
Can you see both sides of Iguazu Falls in one day?
Can you even do both sides of Iguazu Falls in one day? Although one day is enough time for seeing the Iguazu Falls on the Argentinian and also on the Brazilian side, we do recommend doing them on separate days if you can. But by timing your day correctly, it is possible to see both sides of the falls on the same day.
What is the best time of year to visit Iguazu Falls?
The best time to visit Iguazú Falls is between late March to May, or August to early October. The falls are spectacular and flowing all year around, of course, so you can really visit any time, but there are a number of factors to consider when picking the best time to visit.