It’s the cheapest option and the trip is from fifteen to seventeen hours. There are plenty of bus companies that get to Puerto Iguazu quite frequently (Crucero del Norte, Expreso Tigre Iguazu, Vía Barioche, El Rapido Argentino and Expres Singer). They all depart from Retiro Bus Station and they arrive at Puerto Iguazu Bus Station. Once there you can take a taxi, which can be arranged from the Hotel or you can directly pick one on your own. Another option is taking the local bus called El Practico, which leaves the station from platform eleven. The bus goes along Route 12 and the stop is at kilometer 3,5 on its way to the Falls.
There are daily flights by Aerolineas Argentinas, Austral, LAN and Andes. It’s a one-hour- and-forty minute journey from Jorge Newbery Airport at Buenos Aires. At Puerto Iguazu Airport, you can take a taxi arranged by us, or one on your own. The trip takes fifteen minutes to the hotel. Bear in mind that only four people are allowed in the vehicle. If you prefer to rent a car, it is also a viable option and you can do so at the airport. By the end of the trip, it must be returned there. Mini buses and private cars (like taxi service, but cheaper) are also available for transportation at the airport.