Puerto Iguazú on the Argentinean side and Foz do Iguaçu on the Brazilian side are not just the gateways to the breathtakingly beautiful and awe-inspiring waterfalls, but are also the nearest cities to the intersection of the borders of three countries that include Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. The main attraction of this region is and remains, the National Park, with its amazing 270 waterfalls. The variety of the beautiful sub-tropical flora and fauna of this region makes it even more appealing to tourists from all over.


  • Iguazu Waterfalls on the Argentine Side
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site Jesuit Ruins
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site Iguazu National Park

 Places to stay

La Aldea de la Selva Lodge

Hotel Style: Lodge

Surrounded by the lush and exuberant flora of the Selva Iriapú rainforest lies Aldea La Selva that keeps its promise of a relaxing stay at one with nature.  See Hotel

Loi Suites Iguazú

Hotel Style: International

Surrounded by stunning trees, lush vegetation and abundant wildlife, the Loi Suites is situated over the left side of the river Iguazú, only 5km from the city centre of Puerto Iguazú.  See Hotel

 Things to do

Visit to the Brazilian Side of Iguazu Waterfalls

On this half day tour, take in the incredible panoramic view of Iguazu Waterfalls. From the amazing vantage points in Brazil, marvel at the sheer beauty and amazing magnitude of this natural wonder. (Duration 4 hours, if you have a preference for timing, please tell your travel consultant at the time of booking, otherwise our team will schedule the tour at the best available time. Private Activity)

Visit to Jesuitic Ruins of San Ignacio

Drive from Iguazu south to the ruins of the Jesuit Mission San Ignacio, a UNESCO-World-Cultural Heritage since 1984, is one of the best-preserved sites in Argentina. Take a guided walking tour of the mission, built by Jesuit monks in 1632 in their attempt to civilize the local Guarani Indians. The site was abandoned in 1767 when the Spanish King expelled the Jesuit monks from South America, and then rediscovered in 1897. The mission illustrates a unique chapter in Argentina’s colonial past. (08:00 to 18:00, 7 hours drive, Private Activity)

Visit to the Argentine Side of Iguazu Waterfalls

Gain a deep perspective of the breathtaking waterfalls, recently named one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Three sets of trails and walkways allow you to explore the natural beauty of the falls and the surrounding jungle as you walk through the national park. On the lower circuit take in a view of the falls from below, feeling part of the natural surroundings, and sensing their great magnitude. The upper circuit takes you above the falls where you get a different perspective of the same waterfalls you just saw on the lower circuit. And no visit to Iguazu is complete without viewing the Devil’s Throat Falls, where you stand just feet from the thundering cascades of water tumbling to depths below. (09:00 to 15:00. Private Activity)

Included activities at Posada Puerto Bemberg

Included Activities in Puerto Bemberg: Jungle, water and Guaraní culture distinguish the diverse activities available at Puerto Bemberg. Guests can participate in motorboat tours on the Parana River, navigation to Yasy, Diamonte Azul and Bella Vista waterfalls, animal and Birdwatching, hiking along the jungle trails, visit to the Itatí chapel. Bicycles are also available for you to enjoy on the property. For more information on the various excursions available, visit the hotel website: www.puertobemberg.com

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