4-day adventure to Iguazu Falls travelling by bus from Buenos Aires

Multi-day & Extended Tours, Retiro bus terminal in Buenos Aires to Tour concludes in Retiro bus terminal in Buenos Aires

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Don't let your time in Buenos Aires go by without taking this fantastic opportunity to spend a few days exploring the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Iguazu Falls! Located on the border of Argentina and Brazil, Iguazú Falls is one of the most spectacular natural wonders on the planet. Escape Buenos Aires on this four-day trip that allows you to explore both sides of the falls.  Tour Iguazú Falls and travel via comfortable, overnight bus (with reclining seats). Accompanied by a bilingual guide, this tour will give you the chance to experience an impressive collection of 250 waterfalls. Venture into the jungle and get to know the coatis (native raccoons) and the awe-inspiring “Devil’s throat”. Discover walking trails and the eco-train’s perfect harmony with nature.
Day 1 - Departure from Buenos AiresPrivate transfer (guide assistance included) from your hotel located in city of Buenos Aires to Retiro Bus Terminal. At appropriate time in the afternoon, get ready to depart to Puerto Iguazú in a fully equipped bus with a toilet, heating and air conditioning (box dinner and breakfast are also provided on board). It is a overnight bus ride and this cama-bus has seats that recline 180 degrees. (Bus estimated duration 20 hs - Distance between Buenos Aires and Puerto Iguazú approx. 1.600km) *Bus Tickets printed are mandatory Day 2 - Arrival at Puerto IguazúYou have arrived to Iguazú! The small border town of Puerto Iguazú is the gateway to visit the impressive Iguazú falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders and a UNESCO World Heritage site, making it a must-see destination for any traveler visiting Argentina.Upon arrival, you will be met at the bus station and provided a transfer to your hotel. If you’re eager to explore, you can visit the “Hito tres fronteras”, a viewpoint west of the town center that stands high above the turbulent reddish-brown junction of the Iguazú and Paraná rivers, which also form the Triple Frontera, or Triple Border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. Or visit the Güirá Oga (the house of birds in native Guaraní language), the sanctuary for animals hurt by illegal hunting and trapping.Day 3 - Full Day visit to National Park (Argentinian side)After breakfast, depart on a full-day tour to the Argentinian side of Iguazú Falls for close-up views of the Iguazú River. The lower and upper walkways allow for comprehensive views of the thundering falls. Walk along the trails that make their way through the 210-square-mile (543-square-km) reserve, and enjoy the various aerial and panoramic views of the falls. An ecological train ride through the park is included in your tour, and you will also have the option to upgrade to a sightseeing cruise at an additional cost. This optional boat excursion is recommended, as it takes you to the base of Iguazú Falls, allowing you to experience the power from below! Day 4 - Half Day visit to National Park (Brazilian side)After breakfast, enjoy a half-day excursion to the Brazilian side of the Iguazú Falls for an up-close look at Devil's Throat, the largest single waterfall in the region. After your tour, you will the transfer to he bus terminal in Puerto Iguazu to board the afternoon cama-bus for your return trip to Buenos Aires (you will arrive the following day). Important: You MUST confirm and obtain any visa requirements prior to crossing into the Brazilian side of Iguassu Falls. All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler.Day 5 - Buenos AiresYou will arrive in Buenos Aires at noon.

What’s included

  • Transfer from Hotel in Buenos Aires to Retiro Bus Terminal (private service including guide assistance)
  • Round-trip overnight bus to and from Buenos Aires (cama-bus 180º reclinable seats)
  • 2-nights accommodation in Puerto Iguaz
  • Daily breakfast
  • Excursions mentioned in the itinerary
  • Breakfast

What’s not included

  • Entrance fees to the national park (approximately USD 30 for Argentinian side and USD 30 for Brazilian side, paid in cash)
  • Gratuities