Iguazu Falls
Part of The Iguazu Falls seen from the Argentinian National Park
Part of The Iguazu Falls seen from the Argentinian National Park

Iguazu Falls Tours and Tickets

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The Iguazú Falls, the largest waterfalls in the world, are awe-inspiring to behold, spanning the border between Brazil and Argentina. Though Brazil boasts better views of the falls, the Argentine side contains about 80 percent of this natural marvel's 275 separate cascades. Paved trails and catwalks wind their way around the falls—sometimes reaching within an arm's length of the water—and a free train connects the main trailheads.

  • Daily 8am–5pm
  • Iguazú National Park, Misiones

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What are people saying about Iguazu Falls

Gabriela_L, Nov 2023
Amazing place to visit.
This is definitely the best way to visit the Iguazu Falls. We had a wonderful day and got to see everything. The boat ride was amazing. Horacio is a great guide. Don't miss rhis opportunity. Reserve now!!!!!
Jacquie_F, Nov 2023
Excellent Guide
Gabriel was fantastic! The weather was very rainy and he adapted to make the adventure smooth and easy. He is very knowledgeable of the history of the area, the border crossings and the layout of Iguazu Falls from both Brazil and Argentina sides. If you have limited time, hiring a guide is the way to go. Thanks Gabriel!
Barbara_S, Nov 2023
Iguazu Falls are...
Iguazu Falls are breath-takingly beautiful. I enjoyed the panoramic views from the Brazilian side. Unfortunately, a 'once in a decade' rain storm prevented me from seeing the Argentinian side. I was supposed to go on Saturday, but the park was closed. The tour operator arranged for me to have a private guide to go on Sunday morning before my flight, but unfortunately the park was still closed.
ROBERT_E, Oct 2023
Iguazu tour review
Iguazu falls was the most amazing thing I've ever seen. We were the only English speaking people on the trip and they took very good care of us. Maru our guide did a terrific job including us.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Iguazu Falls hours of operation?
Iguazu Falls hours of operation: Daily 8am–5pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:Should I book Iguazu Falls tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Iguazu Falls can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Iguazu Falls 2024?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Iguazu Falls costs USD 67.00. Guided Iguazu Falls tours start around USD 67.00 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:What is the best month to visit Iguazu Falls?
A:The falls are at their most dramatic during the wet and humid summer months, but sightseeing, hiking, and other outdoor activities are far more enjoyable during the dry season. The best compromise? Come between late March and early June, when water levels will still be high but the temperatures cooler.
Q:What should you wear to Iguazu Falls?
A:Prepare to get wet! Whether taking a boat cruise beneath the falls or just admiring the views, a rain poncho is an essential accessory for visiting Iguazu Falls. Opt for light, weather-appropriate clothing as you’ll be outdoors, and consider long sleeves/pants to protect yourself from the sun and mosquitos.
Q:How much time do you need to visit Iguazu Falls?
A:The remote location of Iguazu Falls means you’ll need at least one night in Puerto Iguazu or Foz do Iguaçu to visit the falls. Plan a whole day to admire the falls, enjoy a rainforest hike, and take a boat cruise or two days to see the falls from both sides.
Q:Do you need to book Iguazu Falls in advance?
A:It depends. Many tours of Iguazu Falls require advance booking, especially if you’re visiting in peak season, and it’s highly recommended to book boat cruises, helicopter flights, and other activities. However, if you plan on visiting Iguazu Falls alone, you can buy your tickets on arrival.
Q:What is the best way to see Iguazu Falls?
A:On the Argentinian side, ride the jungle train to the falls, hike in the surrounding rainforest, and follow the marked walkways to enjoy spectacular views over the falls. Opt for a boat cruise beneath the Devil’s Throat or a thrilling helicopter flight over the falls for a unique perspective.
Q:Is it worth seeing both sides of Iguazu Falls?
A:Yes. Spectacular views await on the Brazilian and Argentinian sides of Iguazu Falls, allowing you to experience the falls from all angles. More than 80% of the falls can be admired from the Argentinian side, while boat cruises on the Brazilian side get even closer to the Devil’s Throat Falls.