Frecuently Asked Questions
INFORMATION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
|Children General (from 6 to 12 years old)||AR$ 180|
|Mercosur Residents (BRAZIL - PARAGUAY - URUGUAY - VENEZUELA)||AR$ 560|
|Mercosur Children (from 6 to 12 years old)||AR$ 140|
|People with disabilities||AR$ 0|
You can drive to the Park, there is a parking lot available; or you can go by taxi. There is a bus service departing from Puerto Iguazú city to Iguazú Falls National Park every 20 minutes as well. The itinerary starts from "Hito Tres Fronteras", passing by Puerto Iguazú Bus Station and arriving at the park 40 minutes later. You can identify the bus by a sign reading “Cataratas”.
For people with disabilities and one companion if necessary, entrance is free. Disability certificate will be required at the box-offices.
The Park is open every day of the year without exception, from 8AM to 6PM.
The entrance fee includes free access to:
• Nature Interpretation Center
• Ecological Jungle Train
• Green Trail
• Upper Circuit
• Lower Circuit
• Devil’s Throat
• Macuco Trail & Arrechea Fall
The tickets are available for purchase only at the entrance of the National Park. You can pay them by credit card.
The normal frequency of trains is 30 minutes. It increases up to 20 or 15 minutes on high seasons, according to visitors flow.
We recommend a two-day visit to know in detail this World Heritage Site and all its attractions.
Visiting the park with a guide is not mandatory unless you come in a group with ten or more people. However, it is highly recommended hiring a guide for a better knowledge of the flora, fauna and history of this place. The guide service has an additional cost and it is available at the Portal Access.
Yes. There are Emergency Medical Care facilities at Central Station, Cataratas Station and Devil’s Throat Station.