Overview

Straddling the border between northeast Argentina and southern Brazil, the Iguazú Falls (spelt Iguaçú in Brazil) are usually rated number one of the big three waterfalls, the others being Niagara and Victoria. They are often considered to be Latin America’s most awe-inspiring natural sight and a must-see for anyone visiting the highlights of the continent, not least for their setting amidst subtropical rainforest alive with birds and butterflies.

Argentina’s side of the national park has a comprehensive set of panoramic walkways, culminating in the magnificent boardwalk to the Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat). The Brazilian side has less infrastructure and perhaps fewer visitors, making a visit equally worthwhile. Close by is the Parque das Aves, among the best bird sanctuaries in South America.

Read More

THE UK’S NO. 1 SPECIALIST IN TRAVEL TO LATIN AMERICA

What our clients say Contact Us

Holidays Iguazu Falls – Argentinian side

From expertly designed Private Journeys to trail-blazing Group Tours, browse our range of carefully crafted holidays.

Iguazu Falls

Group - Classic

Chile / Argentina / Iguazu Falls

Gaucho: Vintage Argentina

12 days from £3,484pp

(based on two people sharing & excluding flights)

ShutterStock ©

Private Journeys

Brazil / Iguazu Falls

Luxury Brazil: Rio, Iguazu Falls and Buzios

11 days from £5,000pp

(based on two people sharing & excluding flights)

Things to do

We proudly offer the widest range of activities, excursions and one-of-a-kind experiences across all our destinations, tried and tested personally by our travel experts.

Where to go when - our guide to Iguazu Falls – Argentinian side

Iguazú Falls

The weather in Iguazu Falls – Argentinian side is wide and varied

The Argentinean side of subtropical Iguazú Falls offers a network of panoramic walkways which culminate in a boardwalk overlooking the tumultuous Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat). The hottest and most humid months are Dec - Feb, with plentiful rainfall meaning the water levels are at their highest too. March - May and September - November are pleasantly warm and often sunny, while winter (June - September) has cooler mornings and a dry climate perfect for outdoor activities.

View our Iguazu Falls – Argentinian side weather guide

Papagaio

Your edit for Latin American inspiration

Our exciting range of articles on Latin America explore everything from iconic destinations and lesser-known cultural gems to delicious traditional recipes. You’ll also find exclusive travel tips, first-hand client reviews and the chance to get your personal questions answered by our travel experts.

View Extraordinary Inspiration
Bartolome, Galápagos

Meet our team

Real Latin american experts

  • Maggie
    Maggie Wilson - Travel Expert

    Maggie visited Latin America on her first backpacking trip when she was 19. Since then, she has taken every opportunity to travel, and has managed to explore a lot of the region in subsequent trips.

  • Charlotte
    Charlotte Daubeney - Travel Expert

    Charlotte's fascination with Latin America began with a family holiday to Belize. She went on to study Spanish in school and at university before spending a year living in Santiago, Chile.

  • Carrie
    Carrie Gallagher - Travel Expert

    A former JLA tour leader, Carrie brings a wealth of on-the-ground experience to our London-based Tailor-made and Group Tours department.

  • Hannah
    Hannah Waterhouse - Travel Expert

    Hannah had an early introduction to Latin America when her family moved to Ecuador and she returned to study in Buenos Aires for a year before backpacking across the continent.

  • Kathryn
    Kathryn Rhodes - Travel Expert

    Kathryn backpacked across Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru before joining us. She has a degree in Philosophy and French and is a keen netball player.

  • Paul Winrow Giffin
    Paul Winrow-Giffin - Travel Expert

    After graduating in Computer Science, Paul spent seven months travelling from Colombia to Argentina and came home hooked on Latin America.

0 1 2 3 4 5