How To Get From Foz Do Iguacu To Iguazu Falls – You can go by bus, taxi and private transfer.
What Is The Distance From Foz Do Iguacu To Iguazu Falls?
The distance from Foz Do Iguacu To Iguazu Falls is 28 kilometers. Click here to book online Iguazu Falls tours and activities.
The total travel time by car from Foz do Iguacu to Iguazu Falls is 40 minutes and 1 hour by bus from Foz do Iguacu to Iguazu Falls.
What Is The Cheapest Way From Foz Do Iguacu To Iguazu Falls?
The cheapest way from Foz do Iguacu to Iguazu Falls is by bus 5 Reais which is around $1 USD.
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WHERE TO STAY IN BRAZIL
The accommodation price can take you around $15-25 USD if you sleep in a cheap room. For mid-budget accommodation starts at $40-60 USD and for more than $100 USD you will find luxury accommodation in Brazil.
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FOZ DO IGUACU TO IGUAZU FALLS
Bus From Foz do Iguacu To Iguazu Falls (Cheapest Way)
The cheapest way from Foz do Iguacu To Iguazu Falls is by bus. There is only Bus Number 120 going from Foz do Iguacu To Iguazu Falls.
BUS NUMBER 120 SCHEDULE FROM FOZ DO IGUACU TO IGUAZU FALLS
The bus is running every 30 minutes starting at 5 am until midnight. Check here Bus Number 120 schedule and route!
Bus Number 120 fare from Foz do Iguacu to Iguazu Falls is 5 Reais which is $1 USD (only cash accepted). The travel time is around 1 hour from Foz do Iguacu city center to Iguazu Falls Natural Park.
Bus Number 120 is going from Foz do Iguacu to the airport and the final stop at Iguazu Falls to the entrance. If you decide to go by bus will be easy!
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BY TAXI/UBER FROM FOZ DO IGUACU TO IGUAZU FALLS
If you go from Foz do Iguacu to Iguazu Falls by taxi is the most comfortable, available 24/7 and fastest way.
The travel time by taxi is around 40 minutes and the taxi fare from from Foz do Iguacu to Iguazu Falls is around $8-10 USD. The prices and travel time aren’t fixed and it will depend on traffic and your final destination.
PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION FROM FOZ DO IGUACU TO IGUAZU FALLS
We chose private transportation from Foz do Iguacu to Iguazu Falls with Iguassu Falls Tours and were really happy with our guide Ed (Whatsapp Number +55 45 9104-7001) showed us around and helping where to take the pictures around Iguazu Falls.
The best of going by car to Iguazu Falls is that you are more flexible and you don’t have to get the bus inside Iguazu Falls Natural Park. A great option if you go early morning to reach the places the first ones!
ENTRANCE FEE IGUAZU FALLS
The entrance fee to Iguazu Falls is 107 Reais which is around $20 USD for adult foreigners and 63 Reais for Brazilians and 16 Reais which is around $3 USD what we paid for Han for kids from 2 to 11 years old.
You can book online and paying your entrance fee at Iguazu Falls Natural Park too with cash and credit card!
IGUAZU FALLS TRAVEL OPENING HOURS
Iguazu Falls opening hours is starting from 9 am to 5 pm. The good thing is everything is well organized for the entrance and the full visit can take up to 3-4 hours.
DRONES AREN’T ALLOWED AT IGUAZU FALLS
Can I fly the drone at Iguazu Falls? The answer is NO!
If you are interested to take pictures and videos like us for your information drones aren’t allowed at Iguazu Falls and you will see signs at the entrance and during your walk at Iguazu Falls.
MOVING AROUND IGUAZU FALLS BY BUS AND CAR
If you join to a tour it will be easier and faster transportation since you will have to drive 11 kilometers from the entrance to the first viewpoint of Iguazu Falls.
Buses are running often but if there are so many people you will have to do the line and wait for the next bus if they are full.
IGUAZU FALLS TRAVEL GUIDE
Iguazu Falls from the Brazilian side in my opinion is more beautiful since you get the panoramic view. You will have to combine the bus and walk a few minutes to see all the viewpoints at Iguazu Falls Brazilian side.
Apart from walking you can also get a boat and go inside the waterfalls. Make sure you are bringing proper clothes for this. You can book in advance or pay the entrance at Iguazu Falls Natural Park. Prices for rafting is 207 Reais which is around $40 USD.
You will find beautiful and panoramic views all the way and even there are so many people you will be able to take pictures and enjoy the views. To be honest Iguazu Falls is our favorite place in the world if we are talking about the Seven Wonders of Nature.
The visit to Iguazu Falls will take you around 3-4 hours including the walk and time for taking pictures. At the end of the walk you will have to take a bus or your car back to the entrance. There are bars and small shops during the walk if you need drinks, water, food, and small shops for souvenirs or snacks.
WHAT TO WEAR IN IGUAZU FALLS
Since the visit isn’t very long you don’t have to wear special things for Iguazu Falls. A raincoat if you will walk the bridge since you will get wet and a dry bag to protect your devices or a plastic to cover.
Sunblock, water, snacks, camera and make sure you are bringing a power bank just in case you run out of battery.
Comfortable shoes and proper clothes since you have to go up and down thru the stairs but no worries the walk is easy and short.
FOOD BUDGET TRAVEL IN BRAZIL
A total of $10 USD dollar can be your daily food budget travel in Brazil. Local food in a local restaurant will start from $3-5 USD. And you can get snack like street foods for $1 USD. You can buy a combination of acai and cheese with a drink for only $1-2 USD.
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About the Author: Ruben, co-founder of Gamintraveler.com since 2014, is a seasoned traveler from Spain who has explored over 100 countries since 2009. Known for his extensive travel adventures across South America, Europe, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and Africa, Ruben combines his passion for adventurous yet sustainable living with his love for cycling, highlighted by his remarkable 5-month bicycle journey from Spain to Norway. He currently resides in Spain, where he continues to share his travel experiences alongside his partner, Rachel, and their son, Han.