The easiest way to travel between Mendoza, Argentina's wine capital, and Iguazú Falls almost 1,000 miles (1,600 km) away is to fly. There are no direct flights between the two destinations, but fortunately, several daily flights through Buenos Aires' Aeroparque (AEP) airport connect the two.
Discover the best of Mendoza and Iguazú Falls in this 10-day itinerary that also takes you kayaking and trekking in Bariloche. This slightly shorter 7-day itinerary also covers a lot of the same spots.
By Plane and Private Transfer
Duration: 3.5 hours, plus layovers and travel to/from airports
The Mendoza Airport is a short drive (5.5 miles) from the city center. From there Aerolineas Argentinas, LATAM and Norwegian Air all fly to Aeroparque, with connecting flights to the Iguazú Falls Airport (IGR). Once you arrive, you can take a taxi or private transfer to Iguazú Falls National Park, which is 6 miles (10 km) away from the airport.