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This page contains useful information for planning your trip to the Iguassu Falls. It will give you an overview of the flights, hotels, and various excursions that are available to you at this spectacular location.

Flights:
Iguassu Falls is an extremely popular destination so flights and accommodations can be scarce; therefore advance planning is highly recommended, particularly during peak season (March thru December).

In order to check on exact flight times, we recommend you speak to a travel agency specializing in Brazil or Argentina. Multiple airline carriers offer service to the region.

Hotels:
On the Argentine side of Iguazu, you have several lodging options to choose from. Some top choices are the Sheraton International Iguazu Hotel, located inside the National Park and offering incredible views of the falls; the ultra-deluxe Iguazu Gran Hotel and Casino; the comfortable Hotel Cataratas, and the economical Esturion.

On the Brazilian side of Iguassu, the Tropical Das Cataratas overlooking the falls is an excellent option, as is the spacious and well-appointed Bourbon Iguassu Golf Club & Resort. There is also a full-range of other lodging options available in the area.

Excursions:
The Argentine side is usually acknowledged as being the most significant part of a visit to the falls. A visit to this side takes anywhere from four hours to a full day. The "Great Adventure" excursion is a wonderful addition to your day here. The Brazilian side affords a different, yet equally impressive perspective on the falls, but can be completed in a considerably shorter amount of time (two to three hours).

To optimize your time in Iguassu, we advise that you plan your visit to each of the 2 sides in coordination with the arrival and departure time of your flights.

Visa Requirements:
Obtaining a visa prior to travel to Brazil is required for all US citizens. A visa is not required for Argentina.

Suggested Itineraries:
The Iguassu Falls can be enjoyed in a number of different ways. You can visit the falls on an overnight trip, or stay several days in this beautiful region. However long you decide to stay, our suggested itineraries can ensure you make the most out of your visit to Iguassu.
2 day Iguassu Falls Vacation Itinerary
3 day Iguassu Falls Vacation Itinerary
4 day Iguassu Falls Vacation Itinerary





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