One of the World’s Spectacular Natural Wonders


One of the most stunning natural wonders in the world, Iguazú Falls stretches a full mile across the Rio Parana, with 275 separate cascades—one third on the Brazilian side, two thirds on the Argentinian side—laced with rainbows and plunging hundreds of feet in a mist-shrouded subtropical landscape, truly an other-worldly spectacle. The cascades form part of Iguazú National Park, known for more than 400 different species of birds. A walk along the footbridges of the park is a chance to spot colorful toucans and other birds. The park was declared a Natural World Heritage for Humanity by UNESCO in 1984. The falls can be reached by paths, footbridges, and Zodiac, offering a number of different perspectives.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1
Buenos Aires / Iguazu Falls

Transfer to the domestic airport in Buenos Aires or depart from Salta for the flight to Iguazú, arriving in the afternoon. Relax on the hotel grounds or choose optional excursions that include mountain biking, a boat crossing to San Martin Island, or hiking along the many trails around the falls. Overnight at the Melia Iguazú Spa and Resort...B

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Day 2
Iguazu Falls

Accompanied by a guide, enjoy a full-day tour of the Argentine side of the falls, including hiking the lower and upper trails of the falls, a visit to the Devil’s Throat Lookout, and exploring San Martin Island, with its panoramic views of the cascades. Overnight at the Melia Iguazú Spa and Resort...B

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Day 3
Iguazu Falls / Buenos Aires

Morning free on your own, or you can take an optional excursion to the Brazilian side of the falls. In the afternoon, transfer to the Iguazú Airport for your flight to Buenos Aires, then transfer to your hotel...B


Length: 3 days
Cost From: $920  
Arrive: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Depart: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lodging: 2 nights hotel
Meals: Meals as indicated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
Activity: Wildlife & Natural History
Trip Level:

Nature walks, optional boat tours

Visa Requirements

A visa is not required for U.S. citizens visting Argentina, but there is a Reciprocity Fee that must be purchased online prior to arrival.