Best Hostels in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina for Solo Travellers and Backpackers

Puerto Iguazu, Argentina is a popular tourist city in the northeastern part of the country. It's located at the Triborder with Paraguay and Brazil, and it's a city that is heavily dependent on tourists. As such, there are several hostels around town that offer affordable and basic housing. The quality can vary, as does the price, but it's possible to find a decent room for a reasonable price.

How much do hostels in Puerto Iguazu cost?

Average Dorm Price $11 ($5 to $16)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $33 ($9 to $90)

A good hostel for solo travellers, couples, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $15.90
Private Room: $24.20
Overall Rating: 90%
Hostel Bambu is one of the most popular and well reviewed hostels in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina. It's located in a good neighborhood about two blocks from the bus terminal. In the surrounding area you'll also find many grocery stores, bars, and restaurants that you can walk to. The hostel staff know the area well and they are available to answer any questions that you might have.

The hostel has double private rooms with either shared bathrooms or en-suite bathrooms. There are also four bed dorms (both female and co-ed) and a larger 16 bed dorm for those who are on a particularly tight budget or want the social atmosphere of a large dorm room.

This hostel is clean and comfortable with large rooms and comfortable beds. The bathrooms are kept clean and the showers are reliably hot. There's a good breakfast available every morning as well. Every guest receives a complimentary cocktail when they arrive and you'll quickly feel right at home here. Wi-fi is available throughout the hostel.
Av San Martin 4 , Puerto Iguazu, Argentina,

A good hostel for backpackers, solo travellers, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $15.32
Overall Rating: 87%
Mango Chill is another good option for budget travelers and backpackers in Puerto Iguazu. They have an on-site restaurant and bar that serves good food and drinks for a reasonable price. There's a swimming pool and a garden area if you want to relax outside and there's also an indoor lounge area where you can hang out with other guests and play fussball or board games.

The hostel has four bed co-ed dorms, five bed female only dorms, and larger twelve bed co-ed dorms. It's in a convenient location very close to the bus station, so you have easy access to waterfalls.

This is a fun hostel with a great atmosphere. It's easy to meet other travelers here and there are group dinners and various activities that you can enjoy. An impressive breakfast is also included in the price of the room.

The staff speak English and they can help you with any questions that you might have. They also know the area well so they can help you with any transportation or food suggestions.
Avenida Cordoba 264 , Puerto Iguazu, Argentina,

A good hostel for solo travellers, couples, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $155.00
Private Room: $195.00
Overall Rating: 85%
Poramba Hostel is a cozy and relaxed place for backpackers and budget travelers in Puerto Iguazu. It's located in a quiet neighborhood that is conveniently just four blocks from the bus station, which offers easy access to the falls. It's also just a ten minute walk from the downtown area, where you will find many banks, shops, restaurants, and bars. The hostel prioritizes several eco-friendly aspects including using a solar heating system to warm water and using recycled material for the construction of furniture.

The hostel has several different room types to choose from including four, six, and eight bed dorms. There are also double, triple, and quadruple private rooms available. Each room has air conditioning and a private bathroom with hot water.

If you want to relax outside, there's a pleasant sitting area and a swimming pool. Inside there's a lounge area with a television, music, and a bar. Guests can use the full kitchen to prepare any meals they wish, and breakfast is included in the price of the room.
El Uru Nº 120 , Puerto Iguazu, Argentina,

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