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Planning a trip to Iguazu Falls, Misiones Province, Argentina

8th Apr to 13th Apr, 2024Moderate Budget Road Trip
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Things to do in Iguazu Falls, Misiones Province, Argentina in April

Day 1 - Tuesday 9th, Apr
morning -

Arrive at Iguazu Falls and check into the hotel

afternoon -

Visit La Aripuca for a cultural experience and local crafts (, Lunch at La Rueda Restaurant for authentic Argentine cuisine (

evening -

Relax at the hotel and explore local dining options for dinner

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Day 2 - Wednesday 10th, Apr
morning -

Explore the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls and take a boat ride under the falls (

afternoon -

Lunch at Selvaje Resto-Bar for a taste of local cuisine with a view of the falls (

evening -

Relax at the hotel and enjoy a sunset walk along the falls

Day 3 - Thursday 11th, Apr
morning -

Visit the Guarani Village for an authentic cultural experience (

afternoon -

Sample traditional Misiones cuisine at Restaurante El Quincho del Tio Querido (

evening -

Explore the local markets for handmade crafts and souvenirs

Day 4 - Friday 12th, Apr
morning -

Drive to the countryside for a scenic drive and visit the Yerba Mate plantations (

afternoon -

Lunch at Don Joaquin in the countryside for traditional Paraguayan cuisine (

evening -

Return to Iguazu Falls and enjoy dinner at La Dama Juana for a mix of Argentine and Brazilian flavors (

Day 5 - Saturday 13th, Apr
morning -

Embark on a jungle safari adventure in the Misiones Province (

afternoon -

Lunch at El Jardin de los Presentes for a tranquil dining experience amidst nature (

evening -

Relax at the hotel and enjoy a romantic dinner at Restaurante Aqva (

Weather in Iguazu Falls, Misiones Province, Argentina in Invalid date
Avg Temp20°C to 28°C
Chance of Rain30%

April is typically warm and humid in Iguazu Falls, with average temperatures ranging from 20°C to 28°C. There is a moderate chance of rain, so be sure to pack a raincoat or umbrella. The UV index is high, so be sure to wear sunscreen and protective clothing. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Things to Carry on your trip to Iguazu Falls, Misiones Province, Argentina

Clothing & Apparel

Lightweight, moisture-wicking clothing -

April is typically warm and humid in Iguazu Falls, so breathable fabrics like merino wool, quick-dry synthetics, or cotton will help you stay comfortable.

Rain jacket -

Rain is always a possibility, especially during the summer months (December-February). A waterproof and breathable rain jacket will keep you dry on the trails.

Hiking boots or comfortable walking shoes -

You'll be doing a lot of walking on uneven terrain, so supportive and comfortable footwear is essential.

Swimsuit -

If you plan on taking a dip in the Devil's Throat pool, don't forget your swimsuit.


Wide-brimmed hat -

The sun can be intense in Iguazu Falls, so a wide-brimmed hat will help protect your face and neck from the sun's rays.

Sunglasses -

Sunglasses are a must-have for protecting your eyes from the sun's glare.

Camera -

You'll want to capture all the amazing sights of Iguazu Falls, so don't forget to bring your camera.

Insect repellent -

There are plenty of mosquitoes and other insects in Iguazu Falls, so insect repellent is a must-have.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa (if required) -

Make sure your passport and visa (if required) are valid for the duration of your stay.

Travel insurance -

Travel insurance is always a good idea in case of unexpected events.

First-aid kit -

A basic first-aid kit is always handy to have in case of minor injuries.

Water bottle -

Staying hydrated is important, especially in the hot and humid climate of Iguazu Falls.

Good to have

Travel towel -

A travel towel is lightweight and quick-drying, making it perfect for wiping off after a swim or hike.

Binoculars -

Binoculars will help you get a closer look at the wildlife and waterfalls.

Headlamp -

If you plan on doing any early morning or late evening hikes, a headlamp will come in handy.

Snacks -

There are limited food options available once you're inside Iguazu National Park, so it's a good idea to bring some snacks with you.


Smartphone -

Your smartphone will be useful for taking photos, navigating, and staying connected.

Power bank -

A power bank will ensure that your devices stay charged throughout the day.

Camera charger -

Don't forget to bring your camera charger so you can keep your camera battery charged.

Travel adapter -

If you're traveling from abroad, you'll need a travel adapter to plug your electronics into the local outlets.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and credit/debit cards are both widely accepted in Iguazu Falls. However, it's always a good idea to have some local currency on hand for small purchases and emergencies.

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