Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

What to Do

Taking the Boat Tour

Boat ride with Aventura Nautica fun but expensive
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Boat ride with Aventura Nautica fun but expensive

We did the boat and jungle tour with Aventura Nautica. It was indeed an aventura. The boats go under the falls, and everyone gets soaked! They have dry bags for your cameras, so don't worry about that. They'll also stop several times for photos. The tour cost $25 and took about an hour and a half. If I were you, I would skip the jungle tour. Not worth it! Also, I heard that a few months ago, two tourists died after their boat capsized. I don't know which company it was or how the tours have changed, if at all, as a result of the accident.

Getting Around

Bus

Fly or Take the Bus?
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Fly or Take the Bus?

Because we were short on time, we decided to fly from Buenos Aires to Iguazu ($200 on Aerolineas Argentinas) and then take the bus ($100 on Via Bariloche) back to Buenos Aires. The flight was 2 hours. The ride back was 18 hours. Flying is always the best way to go, but the "cama ejecutivo" was not bad either! We went for the full recline on Via Bariloche and loved it. The road was smooth, and we got to watch movies, drink wine and eat well. Service was great. The buses are a little old though. I believe you can book your bus tickets online. We purchased them (with cash) through a travel agency next door to the Milhouse on Av. de Mayo.