Welcome to the jungle! Here in the upper northeast of Argentina you’ll find yourself in a sub-tropical jungle, home to the largest waterfall system on earth! Ride, hike, sail and swim to get to know this UNESCO World Heritage site. Even low-mobility travelers will find this a truly accessible destination.
Iguazu, a subtropical jungle region, is a year-round destination with super hot days in the summer months of December – February. Spring and fall run between 85º – 65º, Summer sees 90º – 66º with winter months between 75º – 50º.
Iguazu is slowly but surely adding excellent dining options for travellers. Enjoy the local river fish, surprising Italian influence, and traditional Argentine steak. Enjoy a restaurant in the small town or order room service in your jungle oasis hotel!
How To Get There
By plane, Iguazú is a 1hr 50 minute flight from Buenos Aires’ domestic airport. You can and connect to destinations including Córdoba and Salta through this destination. While it’s possible to go up & back in one day, we suggest staying at least one night.
Biking in the Jungle
Wake up at dawn to ride through the jungle and watch local wildlife as the sun rises. Great for families to get a taste of the real Argentine wilderness, flora, and fauna.
Hiking and Boating Under the Falls
Explore the Iguazu Falls National Park, with its fabulous waterfall system! Here, a boat will take you next to or even right under the falls for once-in-a-lifetime views. First one to spot a double rainbow, wins!
Excursion to Brazil
For those with a Brazilian visa, catch a different view of the mighty falls from across the great river. Hop on a helicopter for an incredible aerial experience to see this natural wonder from a bird’s eye view.