In this article, we describe the best activities that can be done when arriving in Puerto Iguazu. After visiting the destination, our expert travel agents from Buenos Aires Argentina give us a detailed description of each of the activities and optional tours that will be carried out in the Puerto Iguazu and Posadas and Foz do Iguazu areas on the border between Brazil and Argentina. Reservation for complete tour Packages can be made through tour operator from Argentina.
Argentine side of the Iguazu Falls
Daily departures from 07:30 am. Return 4:00 p.m. Approximate hours, subject to modification according to the location of the hotel. Includes transfer (round trip to hotel) and professional guide service. It does not include the entrance to the Iguazú National Park.
Devil’s Throat Circuit
Indescribable for its beauty and energy that excites everyone, it offers an impressive mix of noises and landscapes. Safety pin.
Difficulty: no stairs.
Access to magnificent panoramic views of the falls and the Iguazú river delta formed by a set of leafy islands.
Difficulty: no stairs.
A set of strategically designed walkways that allow the most diverse views of the Falls and an intimate encounter with the waterfalls and enchanting corners of the jungle.
High Difficulty: with stairs.
For all excursions we recommend bringing insect repellent, slippers and comfortable clothing.
The Quincho of the Dear Uncle
The El Quincho del Tío Querido grill is an icon of gastronomy in the City of Puerto Iguazú, with more than 30 years of experience, and a constant renovation.
It offers the Authentic Argentine Asado, regional gastronomy from the hand of the traditional “Argentine Parrilla”, the best meats, river fish and varieties of wines are combined to achieve the perfect balance for the delight of the good gourmet. Daily it offers live shows of folk music, tango and international music, giving a touch of excellence to the place.
Accessibility for people with different capacities.
Make your reservation:
Avenida Pte. Juan D. Perón corner Caraguatá. Puerto Iguazú.
Tel .: (03757) 420151.
Tuesday to Sunday: 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Monday: 6:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.
See Special Prices for Events – Groups.
Located in the heart of the Cataratas Area, within the Iguazú National Park, you will be able to taste the best Argentine meats in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, with personalized attention.
Dishes of the most varied international range. Self-service buffet. Live shows to enjoy regional, national and world music. It offers the lunch service, optional in the Excursion to Argentine Falls.
La Lorenza Kayak and Jungle
2 daily departures with prior reservation (confirmed post-pandemic departures)
• AM departure: from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm approx.
• PM departure: from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm approx.
A half-day walk in La Lorenza, a small private reserve just 40 km from the city of Iguazú.
Upon arrival, we start a 45-minute guided walk through the jungle where we share interesting information about the natural processes that make this ecosystem so dynamic and unique. Towards the end of the trail, on the shore of a stream, the kayaks await us. The serene flow of the waters invites us to contemplate the jungle from another perspective. Rowing we look out over the imposing Paraná River and observe its agile evolution. From there it is possible to see the coast of our neighboring country, Paraguay.
We immerse ourselves in an activity of re-connection and re-encounter with nature, which asks to refine our senses. Once on dry land, we set out back escorted by wealth
botany of this place. Orchids, bromeliads and birds come out to meet us. At the end of the tour, on our deck with a privileged view we will share something to eat and drink.
This exit comprises 150 meters of steep slope. Report health problems and allergies in advance. When the river is low or it has rained, the shore can be muddy and footwear is likely to get dirty. It is NOT recommended for children under 8 years of age, pregnant women, people with a physical handicap. Knowing how to swim is exclusive.
Transfer from / to Iguazu to La Lorenza.
Guide in Spanish.
Sit on top kayaks (they are double)
Food: Fried cassava / Chipitas
Drinks: Water and 1 can of beer per person.
Bring identity documents, repellent, closed shoes, long pants and a bathing suit. In order to reduce single-use plastics, we suggest you bring your reusable water bottle since you can fill it here.
Departures subject to confirmation, in the morning or in the afternoon. Includes transfer. Does not include income. It represents a route of 40 km from the city of Puerto Iguazú to the City of Colonia Wanda, on National Route No. 12.
The Precious Stone mines deposit is a unique attraction, with the particularity of being in the open sky over the mighty Paraná River, with samples of agates, quartz, rock crystal, amethyst and topaz. It accompanies the landscape, covered with extensive plantations of pine trees, yerba mate and tea, among others, pillars of the regional economy.
Regular Departures: Thursday and Sunday. Starting at 7 am.
Mocona in Guaraní language: “The one who swallows everything.”
The Moconá Provincial Park is located in the east-central region of Misiones, about 337 kilometers from Posadas, capital of the province, and 320 kilometers from the city of Puerto Iguazú.
Its formation is due to a geological fault on the Uruguay River, between the mouths of the Pepirí Guazú and Yabotí streams (on the Argentine side), and the Brazilian rivers Serapiao and Calixto.
The Great Salto del Moconá is a 3-kilometer-long canyon with waterfalls parallel to its channel.
The Moconá Falls are home to unique plant and animal species associated with the rocks, which are called the Yaboti Biosphere.
The visitor begins to enjoy nature from the start of the route that connects El Soberbio with the Moconá Provincial Park, accessing viewpoints with spectacular views, particularly the one over the Uruguay River.
Includes: Transfer hotel / Mocona / hotel.
Does not include Nautical Crossing, entrance to the park and lunch.