Hostel Las Palmeras

Cordoba, 341, Puerto Iguazu, 3370, Argentina
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Bus Puerto do Iguazu > Paso de los Libres

by Rinette

Does anyone know if there is a bus from Puerto do Iguazu to Paso de los Libres?

Thanks!
Rinette

Re: Bus Puerto do Iguazu > Paso de los Libres

by cassiovieggore

Rinette:

I am pasting two links you may use to go to Paso de Los Libres by bus:

http://www.sittnet.net/SITTPPSSale/ServicesQuery.aspx?urlreferreraux=bgffub37b

http://www.flechabus.com.ar/

http://www.corrientes.com.ar/transporte.htm
Cassiovieggore

Re: Bus Puerto do Iguazu > Paso de los Libres

by Rinette

Very usefull answer, thank you!

Re: Bus Puerto do Iguazu > Paso de los Libres

by ar1183

Hello, yes there are, since there are many buses going from iguazu down south and viceversa. enjoy

Re: Bus Puerto do Iguazu > Paso de los Libres

by Rinette

Thank you, ar1183, it's good to be sure there are buses to the South.
Do you know which bus company?

Re: Bus Puerto do Iguazu > Paso de los Libres

by BuenosAireslocal

Plusultra buses run from Iguazu to Paso de los libres. They take 11 hours and cost 68.00 pesos.

www.mercobus.com.ar

Re: Bus Puerto do Iguazu > Paso de los Libres

by Rinette

Great! This is what I needed. It's even possible to buy the tickets online.
Thank you so much for the Mercobus link.
Rinette

Travel Tips for Puerto Iguazú

Visit the semi tropical jungle

by Yso

A guided tour in the sub tropical jungle that surrounds the Iguazu falls can be arranged at the park entrance. The company is called SELVA tours.
The guides are members of a local research station, we were lucky enough to have a guide who spoke fluent french, but they also have guides who speak english, spainsh etc.
The best thing about these tours is that they are strictly limited : no more than 6 people at one time and no more than 3 times a day.
The tous itself is fascinating, we were shown Puma & Tapir footprints, edible jungle fruits, giant anthills and loads of other stuff. If you're in Iguazu I would stringly recommend this tour

AR Iguazú I - Garganta del Diablo

by elpariente

La visita la empezamos en el Centro de Interpretación y aquí coges el tren ecológico que va ,en 15min , hasta la Estación Garganta del Diablo . Aquí se camina por la pasarela , 1.5kms , sobre el río y rodeado de vegetación tropical hasta llegar a la "Garganta del diablo" en el Salto Unión
Es un sitio indescriptible , con la espectacular caída de agua y su fuerza , el ruido , el calor , el agua en el ambiente...
We started the visit in the Interpretation Center and here you take the green bus that goes , en 15min , up to the Garganta del Diablo station . From here you walk , 1.5 kms , over the river and surrounded of tropical vegetation up to reach the "Garganta del Diablo"en el Salto Unión
It is impossible to describe this place , with the spectacular waterfall and its strength , the noise , the heat , the water in the air ...

The Falls - Brazilian side

by Frisbeeace

From the Brazilian side the sights are amazing as you can see all the Argentine side with more perspective. There is a catwalk that will take you to a nice spot into the falls, not as close and as impressive as the Devil's throat but still a must in your trip.

You'll see the best rainbows here.

BR - AR - Pa Hito 3 Fronteras-3 Borders Landmark

by elpariente

El Hito Tres Fronteras es un lugar único en el mundo donde dos ríos, Paraná e Iguazú, dividen tres países: Paraguay, Brasil y Argentina.
The Three Borders landmark is a singular place in the world where two rivers , Paraná e Iguazú , divide three countries Paraguay , Brazil and Argentina

Argentina -Puerto Iguazù

by LondonChris

"Waterfalls in the Rain Forest"

Just over an hour away by plane from Buenos Aires is Puerto Iguazù which has the most spectacular waterfalls..
I stayed for 3 days on the Brazilian side of the falls at the XXXX hotel, took a walk to the falls, and did many water sports and organised trips... it was a great 3 days... if you get the chance GO!

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