Cataratas de Iguazu in Argentina Guide for solo traveller
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Remember that during your stay, you must also travel to Brazilian site of the Falls. Check out my detailed guide about Brazilian site here.
Did you know that the biggest waterfalls on the Planet are in Argentina and Brazil?
Iguazu Falls are one of the Natural Wonders of the World and the most visited place in Argentina.
Without any doubt, Cataratas de Iguazu are definitely one of the most spectacular natural place on the Earth.
See here my video of Iguazu Falls in Argentina.
Learn also about Foz do Iguazu on the Brazilian site and all its facts and tips of travelling. Foz do Iguazu detailed guide for solo traveller
HOW TO GET THERE?
There are many different possibilities of getting to Iguazu Falls.
Distance between both of the cities is around 1300km so the best way is to find economic flights and travel cheap.
Myself, as solo travel girl I fly quite frequently and I like searching for economic ways of travelling.
Before travelling to Argentina, I discovered nice and cheap flight with BANDA NEGATIVA of Argentinian Airlines.
Fly cheap with Banda Negativa of Argentinean airlines.
Have you heard about mega discounts with Aerolineas Argentinas?
Every Tuesday or Thursday at 9PM Argentinean Airlines (Aerolineas Argentinas) puts flights 50% cheaper. In this way you can find cheap flight from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu.
I was lucky enough I found this option before my trip. I booked my flight with Aerolineas Argentinas and got really convenient price.
Another option is to take a bus from Buenos Aires to Puerto Iguazu.
It is around 30 hours long and sometimes even more expensive than the flight itself.
Entrance fees the Argentinean site of Iguazu Falls.
Prices given below are in Argentinean Peso. Please be updated and calculate the rate in your own currency using XE Currency App.
- General entrance costs (no residents in Argentina) AR $800
- Residents of Mercosur: Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Venezuela: AR $640
- Kids General NO RESIDENTS IN ARGENTINA from 6 to 12 years old: AR $200
- Mercosur Children BRAZIL – PARAGUAY – URUGUAY – VENEZUELA
from 6 to 12 years old AR$160,00
- People with disabilities AR$ 0.
What else can I visit on the Argentinean site of the Iguazu falls?
Go and explore triple border between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. Interesting place to visit.
There are 3 different circuits on the Argentinean site of Iguazu Falls.
Money in Argentina
Remember that most of the South American countries use PESO. Nevertheless, each country gas different rate and value. Check here the list of currencies in the Americas.
During my solo travelling I always use XE Currency App to better understand the rate. The good thing about this App is that you can use it offline.
When is the best time for visit?
Both Brazilian and Argentinean site have the same climate. The best time for travelling here is from July to October and from February to April.
During these periods park is not so crowded by foreign visitors from across the Globe.
I hope my guide to Cataratas de Iguazu in Argentina- Useful tips for solo traveller will help you to better organise your trip.
Iguazu Falls are one of the Natural Wonders of the Planet and for sure, one of the best places I saw in my live.
It must be on your list during your South American exploration. Remember to plan properly and Brazilian site of Iguazu Falls too.
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