24 Aug Is one day enough for Iguazu Falls?
One day is enough time for Iguazu Falls, but only if you have the right transport!
Start = Puerto Iguazu Hotel or Airport
End = Foz do Iguaçu Hotel or Airport
This is a private transfer service operated in the following order
1. Pick-up from Puerto Hotel or Airport.
2. Transfer to the Argentine side of the falls.
3. Transfer to the Brazilian side of the falls.
4. Drop off at Foz do Iguaçu Hotel or Airport.
Not the order you are looking for?
You will also find other itinerary combinations on this page!
Use this service to have enough time to see both sides of Iguazu Falls in one day!
We will maximize the time you have to visit the Argentine and Brazilian sides.
Our vehicles use a special lane at the Argentine border, making the crossing faster than what is possible for the general public.
If arriving or departing by flight, or if you are changing hotels after your visit to the falls, you can leave your luggage with the driver while you visit the parks.
We uncomplicate the transport involved when seeing both sides of the falls on the same day!
Pick-up time from Puerto Iguazu hotels & Airbnb’s
We will pick you up from your accommodation at 07:15 am. This will make sure you are entering the Argentine side when the park opens and allows you the best opportunity to see all the highlights of the two sides.
If arriving at the Puerto Iguazu (IGR) airport the same day
The latest time you can arrive at the airport and be able to do both sides is 08:30 am, and your itinerary will need to change a bit from the below suggested timing.
If departing from the Foz do Iguaçu (IGU) airport the same day
We can get you to your flight on time if it departs no earlier than 18:00 pm. This is only if you enter the Argentine side at its opening at 08:00 am.
This is our suggestion for timing your visit to the parks
07:15 – Pick-up from Puerto Iguazu Hotel.
08:00 – Enter Argentine Side park.
08:15 – Depart Central Station (Estacion Central) on the first train.
08:35 – Arrive Garganta Station (Estacion Garganta) and walk to Devil’s Throat.
08:55 – Arrive at Devil’s Throat Look-out.
09:40 – Depart Devil’s throat for the walk back to the train station.
10:00 – Take the train to Cataratas Station (Estacion Cataratas).
10:15 – Start Upper-Level Trail (Paseo Superior).
11:00 – Start Lower-Level Trail (Paseo Inferior).
12:00 – Take Lunch Break for 40 minutes.
12:40 – Start heading back to the park’s entrance.
13:00 – Depart Argentine park for the Brazilian side.
14/14:30 – Depending on border traffic, arrive at the entrance to Brazil side.
Once inside the park take the free bus to the Mirante Principal Hotel Cataratas stop
15:00 – Start the waterfall trail to Porto Canoas.
17:30 – Take the bus from Porto Canoas back to the park entrance.
18:00 – Depart Brazil side park at closing time.
For more information on this timing visit the following page
Is one day enough for Iguazu Falls?
About This Transfer Service
Border Crossings: The driver will guide you through the process of exiting Brazil and entering Argentina. Our vehicles use a special tourism lane when crossing from the border from Argentina, making it faster than possible for the general public.
Important – this transfer crosses an international border. It is your responsibility to have the correct documents to complete the immigration processes.
Pickup Areas: Locations within the city limits of Puerto Iguazu or the Puerto Iguazú (IGR) airport.
Drop Off Areas: Locations within the city limits of Foz do Iguaçu or the Foz do Iguaçu (IGU) airport.
Argentine National Park Entrance Fee: The entrance to the Argentine falls is not included. Your entrance needs to be paid directly by you when you arrive at the National park. Credit cards are not accepted, only cash in Argentine Pesos. You also may pre-purchase your entrance on this page: Argentine Side Entrance Tickets
Brazilian 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.
Pick up after the falls: On the day of your transfer, you will set the time and place for each of your pickups after the falls directly with the driver.
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.
Pit-Stops: This is a non-stop transfer. Any stops on the way need prior permission (please contact us) or choose a pit-stop on the following page.
Emergency Contact: We will send you phone numbers, email, and WhatsApp details to stay connected.
Vehicle Types: 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
For 5 – 15 passengers – Private MiniVan – Renault Master, Mercedes Sprinter or similar