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Iguazu Falls

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Iguazu Falls

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Iguazu Falls Argentinian Side Full Day Tour with optional Boat Ride
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Iguazu Falls Argentinian Side Full Day Tour with optional Boat Ride

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Visit Iguazu Falls without the hassle of driving or figuring out local transportation. This guided tour picks you up from your hotel and takes you to the Argentinian side of the falls where you can see the thundering Devil's Throat and such landmarks as Bella Vista rock, Two Sisters, and Dos Hermanas. Opt for a boat ride to get an up-close view of the roaring falls.
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Rubens B wrote a review Jan 2021
Sao Paulo, SP902 contributions95 helpful votes
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We stayed at Belmond hotel and really enjoyed the falls visit. It’s super well organized, beautiful and lots of fun. Great time!!!!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Margarita wrote a review Dec 2020
Pleven, Bulgaria119 contributions20 helpful votes
It was a rainy day but it didn’t matter at all, the falls were gorgeous and it was still an amazing experience - I highly recommend it!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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searching4sasquatch wrote a review Nov 2020
Papa, Hungary22 contributions3 helpful votes
This was one of those visits you have to do once in your lifetime. If you can, watch the climate conditions to make sure the falls won't be low on water flow when you plan to go. We went in a moderate flow period and it was absolutely impressive. The Argentina side is superior to the Brazil side, in terms of views and hiking, and has many km of trails that weave in and out of the kms-long stretches of waterfalls. It was pouring rain during part of our Argentina-side visit, but so impressive were the views that it was hardly a downer to get soaked by the rain. If you're lodged on the Brazil side, definitely make the effort to cross the border to the Argentine National Park for a day of your visit, and plan to spend the whole day exploring there.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Michael L wrote a review Oct 2020
Phoenix, Arizona, Usa223 contributions134 helpful votes
We did this easy as a day trip from Buenos Aires. Booked on our own and saved hundreds of dollars. You can fly from the in town airport round trip. Take the first flight pre - dawn, sleep on the flight arrive at the airport falls by 8 AM. Take a cab, the fees are all set , no competition, about $20 one way going, $15 later on returns. Arrive at entry of the park, buy your ticket for the areas you wish, plus the train ride. You can walk, but the jungle train is better. At the end of the line you have a one mile walk out on the raised sidewalk into the Devils throat. Expect to get soaked. On the train ride there are 3 stations. Entry, midway and Devils throat. Food snacks at all. By 4 pm you have had it, there is a buffet for about $20 each discount with a coupon. Taxi back to airport for the 8pm flight return. There is a town to stay at, but once you get soaked a few times you have had enough. Protect your camera from the water, zip lock bag good to have.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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skyejack wrote a review Jul 2020
Malvern, Australia292 contributions90 helpful votes
Iguassu Falls - Contour Private Tours We spent 4 wonderful nights at The Belmond in Iguassu Falls in Brazil in early March 2020. We had a fabulous guide organised by Contour Travel : Marcos Guimaraes ( +55 45 99954 4588). He took us to & from the airport negotiating the system most efficiently, escorted us to the beautiful Brazilian & Argentinian sides of the falls in the enormous National Park, the bird sanctuary & the heliport. He looked after us with utmost care, was gentle & polite & probably one of the best guides we have had on our extensive travels . Further, it was not expensive for the time he looked after us
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Date of experience: March 2020
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