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vumaas wrote a review Jun 2015
Mtubatuba, South Africa162 contributions131 helpful votes
Wow , so if flouting down this incredible river watching Toucans fly overhead and the roar of Iguacu falls in the background doesnt excite you then nothing will !!!
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Date of experience: November 2014
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shelly l wrote a review Mar 2015
20 contributions14 helpful votes
It was the best couldn't wipe smile off my face. It takes you right under falls so do expect to get drenched.
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Date of experience: March 2015
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Greg H wrote a review Dec 2014
Tremonton, Utah17 contributions17 helpful votes
I actually went in August of 2012 I loved the tour! I saw so many animals and so many beautiful parts of the jungle! The river ride was the best part. We went under the falls at some parts and you get clear up in the garganta del diablo! The walk back through the forest is one of the most memorable things I've done!
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James A wrote a review Sep 2014
Fort Lauderdale, Florida38 contributions21 helpful votes
We visited Iguazu Falls on the Brazil side on the first day, and enjoyed a nice rafting trip downriver in the afternoon. Some experienced rafters comment that it was too calm, other beginners say its was scary. They're missing the point. This is a perfect ending to a day of walking around the park. And if you need adrenaline, try rappelling down to the river instead of the stairs. It was a comfortable ride, safe, and not too rough, but halfway down the guide suggested that we all jump off into the water which I first thought he was kidding. Well, I don't remember how much I paid but I can still feel the perfect temperature of the water. It was the highlight of the day, just lazy-floating next to the raft down-river. The guide spoke enough English, were fun and entertaining, and professional. This was a perfect ending to the day. I do recommend wearing quick-dry outdoorsman clothes for a Iguacu day. You may experience the highlights of our day with my video at http://youtu.be/kPTq-9wMdxE
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Date of experience: March 2014
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Neil_London_78 wrote a review Aug 2013
London, United Kingdom14 contributions33 helpful votes
In the end, I actually didn't raft, much to my disappointment, as the instructors were unable to speak English sufficienly well to clarify the safety instructions that they told me were very important to listen to. Despite hand signals, Spanish and smatterings of Emglish, I didn't feel comfortable getting onto a raft on a wild river in full flow without precisely knowing what was expected of me. The boys tried hard, and I salute them, but I think the company that organises these adventure tours has a duty of care to the public to provide adequate and understandable instruction to patrons, which they were unable to do on the morning I wanted to raft. That said, rather than have me climb back up 55 meters to dry land, they arranged for me to get on one of the less instruction-intense boat rides, and provided a dry bag for my clothes, so all wasn't lost. I still got wet. Soaked, actually.
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Date of experience: August 2013
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