Getting into Iguazu Falls - Argentina

Direct flights are available from Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Cascavel, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, SŃo Paulo and some more. Bus services are available from major cities. The trip goes mostly through fairly flat country until you reach Posadas, the capital of Misiones province. Day excursions from the Brazilian side of the Iguaz˙ Falls to Puerto Iguaz˙ in Argentina do not require a visa. The 480mlong Puente Internacional Tancred Neves (Tancred Neves International Bridge), just 3 km below the falls, links Puerto Iguaz˙ with Foz do Iguašu. The border checkpoints on either side of the bridge are open 24 hours a day and procedures are very relaxed. A number of tour companies operate rafts that speed toward the falls, soaking their awestruck passengers along the way. The climate is very humid, and in summer the temperature ranges from 15░C (60░F) to 25░C (77░F). The best time to visit is between March and June, and between August and November. It is overcrowded in July.

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