Bordering between both Argentina and Brazil, the falls are one of the most spectacular natural wonders of
the world. The Iguazu Falls stretch in width for 2,700 m (1.7 mi), and vary in height between 60 m (200
ft) and 82 m (269 ft) with 80% of the falls, falling on the Argentinian side. Between both sides, they
feature close to 275 waterfalls with a range of heights and widths. This can change based on volume of
the water which is affected in the different times of the year. Places to visit
Cataratas del Iguazu
Catarata do Iguacu
How to reah Iguazu The fastest way to Iguazu Falls from Buenos Aires is to fly into Cataratas del Iguazú International Airport via either
Aerolineas Argentinas or LATAM airline.
You can also take an overnight bus to Puerto Iguazu from Buenos Aires if you want to save cost. There are several
bus companies to choose from such as Expreso Singer, Crucero del Norte, and Tiger Iguazu. Buses leave in the
afternoon (1 PM - 3 PM) and often arrive in the morning. It's an 18 hours bus-ride and should cost you around 70
USD per trip.