Foz do Iguacu Airport to the Brazil Side of the falls, then onward to a Puerto Iguazu hotel



Foz do Iguacu Airport (IGU) to the Brazil Side of the Falls + Puerto Iguazu Hotel, Argentina

Transfer across the border from Brazil into Argentina. Fly into the Foz do Iguacu airport and be transferred directly to the Brazilian side of the falls. After you visit the falls, you will meet your driver again and you will continue to the border with Argentina.

Your driver will be there to guide you through the processes involved with the Brazilian passport control, and then again after your drive across the Friendship Bridge to the Argentine control. After finalizing immigration, you will continue to your accommodation in the city of Puerto Iguazu.

Take care of seeing the Brazil side of the falls before you go to Argentina so you do not have to cross back over the border again. If you have time to go directly to falls from the airport before the park closes, then this transfer is ideal for you.

* Vehicles which operate this transfer often get reserved in advance. We recommend making a booking as soon as possible to secure a vehicle.

Transfer Service:   IGU Airport -> Brazilian Falls National Park Entrance -> Brazilian Immigration -> Argentine Immigration -> Puerto Iguazu City Location

From the airport, your driver will take you to the entrance of the Brazil national park to visit the falls on your own, then later transport you to your accommodation in Argentina.

Airport Reception:  Yes

Frequency: You may schedule a pickup for any time of day or night  – 7 days a week.

Border Crossings: Your driver will guide you through the process of exiting Brazil and entering Argentina. Our vehicles also use a special tourism lane to cross into Argentina making the crossing faster than possible the general public.

Important – this transfer crosses an international border. It is your responsibility to have the correct documents to complete the immigration processes.

National Park Entrance Fee:  The entrance to the Brazil side of the falls is not included. You may pay directly when you arrive at the National Park, and they accept cash & credit card, and there is also an ATM machine at the entrance, or you may pre-purchase your entrance on this page: Brazil Side Entrance Tickets

Guide: No guide accompanies you at the falls.  It is possible to add an English speaking guide to your reservation on the next page.

Luggage Storage: You may leave your luggage in the car while you visit the falls, but we ask you to lock them and to not leave money and valuables in the car. Take valuables with you into the park or place them in the park’s lockers located at the entrance.

Pick up after the falls:  On the day of your transfer, you will set the time and place for your pick up at the falls directly with the driver.

Drop off Areas:  Locations within the city limits of Puerto Iguazu. If staying at the Gran Meliá Iguazú, there is an extra charge for this service that you can add on the next page.

Pit-Stops: This is a non-stop transfer. Any stops on the way need prior permission (please contact us) or choose one of our pit stops on the following page.

Emergency Contact: We will send you phone numbers, email and WhatsApp details to stay connected.

Do you have enough time?

  • The gates to the national park open daily at 09:00 am, and you need to exit by 18:30 pm.
  • The entrance to the park is located about 15 minutes from the airport.
  • We recommend that you book this transfer only if you arrive at the Foz do Iguacu airport by 14:30 pm.
  • If you walk quickly, you can see the falls in around 2.5 hours.
  • To visit the falls at a comfortable pace you need about 3 hours.
  • If you want to do the Brazilian Bird Park located near the entrance, calculate about 1.5 hours more.
  • If you want to do the Boat under the falls located inside the park, calculate an extra 2 hours.
  • If you want to do the Helicopter located near the entrance, calculate about 1 hours more. The flight only takes 10 minutes, but there is often waiting time.



Vehicles are no older than 5 years and are insured against damages to the passenger regardless of whether in Brazil, Argentina or Paraguay.  Drivers hold credentials from the Sest Senat training school in Foz do Iguaçu.

For 1 – 4 passengers – Private Sedan – Toyota Corolla, Chevrolet Zafira, Chevrolet Meriva or similar

Baggage Allowance:  4 standard sized principal suitcases or backpacks + 4 small carry on items able to fit at your feet if you are a group of 4. If you plan to travel with more luggage than the allowance, then contract the van transfer for 5 passengers instead.

For 5 – 12 passengers – Private MiniVan – Renault Master, Mercedes Sprinter or similar

Baggage Allowance:  12 standard sized principal suitcases or backpacks + 15 small carry on items able to fit at your feet if you are a group of 12. Contact us before booking if you plan to travel with more luggage than the allowance.


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