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Cataratas del Iguazu

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The Iguazu National Park was created in 1934, with approximately 67,620 hectares/167,091 acres was declared "Natural Heritage to the Humanity" by the UNESCO in 1984 due to its scenic beauties and to the great biological diversity of the subtropical...more
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Parque Nacional Iguazu, Iguazu National Park 3370, Argentina
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We spent several hours here walking all three trails. Getting a ride on the train to the Devil's fall can be time consuming. The upper trail has boring views from the top of the waterfalls. The lower trail lets one get close to some water...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Fred T
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you like water falls, you'll like Iguassu. Make sure you're there for 1 full day. Fly up from Buenos Aires one day, do a short hike that same day, then do a full day hike the next, and leave the following day. Flights from...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Travel_Feb2014
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Must see in Argentina, my highlight from argentina trip!!! You can pay the entrance fee by creditcard 700 pesos, i have booked the tour from getyourguide ans was all cool, but the wrong tour:)) because we were picked up from transfer comany but the guide...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank emmythao1
Reviewed 3 days ago

I had heard about the magnificent waterfall from my daughter but when I actually went there,the reality of the waterfall still took my breath way. Nothing I have seen before could match the majesty of the waterfalls. We stayed in a hotel in the town...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank profmohan
Reviewed 5 days ago

The falls HAVE to be seen from the Brazilian side. (From the Argentinian side, one has a very long trek and long waits to get to a viewing platform that only allows a view of part of the falls.) On the Brazilian side, getting to...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Nada F
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is the Argentinian side so you are mostly above the falls which gives a different perspective and you get to see the force up close which is spectacular as is the whole area. The infrastructure is struggling to cope with the volume of visitors...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank VinnyP1
Reviewed 1 week ago

there is nothing like that in the world...an explosion of energy, water, nature. See them from the Argentinean side, the brazilian is less interesting and not well organised....a lot of people for just one place from where to see...no facilities....

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Ricardocagnoni
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Spent a full day touring the Argentinian side of the falls and after spending half a day at the Brazilian side. Not as good as the Brazilian side but still stunning scenery. Take the boat tour to Devils Throat you get an absolute soaking,

Date of experience: December 2018
1  Thank Pollok1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Exceeded our expectations in every possible way! We started with the Brazil side (do not miss this perspective, totally worth the evisa application before leaving home). The view is described as being in the audience, seeing the whole stage while the Argentina viewpoint is standing...More

Date of experience: February 2019
2  Thank peterbJ2738MM
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It goes without saying that once you see the falls, they are indeed spectacular, how this is not a natural wonder of the world, they are mesmerising! The park is laid out into three sections, a lower walk, which was our favourite as you walk...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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Sohini77
February 10, 2019|
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Response from Orleans51 | Reviewed this property |
Thanks, Sohini77! I'm glad that I was able to help out in this tricky situation. Good idea to see the Falls on another trip dedicated to Argentina! There is so much to see and do there too and the prices for pretty much... More
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February 6, 2019|
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Response from kindredspirits | Reviewed this property |
we just returned from here, so it's quite fresh in our minds. I'd also recommend that you spend one complete full day on the Argentina side. A guide in the park isn't really necessary, as the paths are well laid out. For... More
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utacan
Toronto, Canada
Iguazu Falls Argentina (3 Replies)
Hi everybody, planning to go to Iguazu Falls in mid December for 1 night, hoping to arrive on the first flight in the morning from Buenos Aires and leaving on the last flight back to BA the day after. Only interested in Argentinian side of the falls. Looking at Posada La Sorgente Hotel or Hotel Catarats which is quite a bit more in price. Trying to book it through Partir Vajes in BA or BAPrivate Tours. Anybody dealt with any of these companies, your comments please. Or would you book it...More
September 09, 2008|
Response fromIlana123|
not long ago, there was a so- so comment about Ba Private tours from another poster, so maybe try with the other one? good luck!!
Malily
Seattle
If you had three weeks - how would you plan the itinerary? (6 Replies)
I do have to be able to stay in Buenos Aires for at least 4 nights or more - I want to be able to immerse myself in BA. Also I would like to include the Iguazu Falls (Argentina & Brazil side).
February 04, 2011|
Response fromMalily|
Thanks RicardoBA! I think 7 days in BA sounds great too! The longer the better! I've already been thinking about renting a condo for that week. I was thinking of the Palermo area of Recoleta? Is SoHo Hollywood apart of Palermo? So you don't recommend squeezing Mendoza in the three weeks? We are thinking of taking baby - who will be four years old at the time - is El Calafate or Bariloche okay destination to take a 4-year old?
Judy V
Keith, Australia
Iguazu Falls Argentina to Brazil With Luggage (6 Replies)
We will arrive at IGR airport at 11.15am and leave the next afternoon from IGU at 4pm. Is it possible to leave luggage somewhere if we go from the airport straight to the Argentinian side of the falls and then catch transport thru the border into Brazil. Then we could do the Brazilian side of the falls before catching our flight to Rio or would we be best to hire a car and driver for the whole time from the airport and not have to worry about storing luggage, if so how much would this cost....More
January 21, 2017|
Response fromDavid M|
Hi Judy, I would not leave the luggage with your car and driver. Leave it in the checkroom of your Brazilian hotel, depending on where you'll be staying, then swing by to pick it up on the way to the airport. You'll likely spend at least a couple of hours inside the Brazilian national park. What do you suppose your driver is doing while you're in the park? Sitting in the parking lot twiddling his thumbs, is what you're expecting, I bet! When we hired a car and driver in Brazil, we...More