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It was fantastic experience to go to both Argentine and Brazil sides of the park. We also went to the bird park at the Brazilian side of the area which is recommended to go specially for a bird lover. We loved our time in the...More
Brazil side offer panoramic views, and Argentina let you come face to face with them. A lovely combo. We made a day trip from Brazil. We hired a taxi for the whole day.
If you come from Brazil side, bring pesos. There’s an ATM at...More
Puerto Iguazu was a nice clean city with many good restaurants and lots of activities beyond the Iguazu Falls. The majority of the restaurants are located centrally along a couple of streets, with several more within a 4 block radius. Be sure to get a...More
The town is really the gateway to service the falls, and as such relies heavily on tourism. Apart from hotels and restaurants there is not much to recommend it, but as a base to see the falls, and enjoy nice food, it worked for me.
So I visited the Iguazu Falls in both the Brazil and Argentina side. I have to be honest, the Brazilian side was better organised and you are well informed on what to do and how to get around.
I couldn’t say the same for the...More
Great little town with a number of hotels and restaurants, only for the tourist that go to the falls nothing else to do. What we did was take a back pack only like a camping trip from Buenos Aries, spent the night at St George...More
The town of Puerto Iguazu is the place to which you will fly to visit Iguazu Falls. The airport is several miles outside of town and many of the better hotels are also outside of the town itself, either on the main highway or in...More
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Dear Alex, you got many Replys by now. Just in short. Half day for Brazilian side is enough, but do it in the afternoon, the light is better! For Argentinian side you'll need a full day, start with the low Trail then the... More
Dear Alex, you got many Replys by now. Just in short. Half day for Brazilian side is enough, but do it in the afternoon, the light is better! For Argentinian side you'll need a full day, start with the low Trail then the upper Trail and last the Train to diablo de gargantula (also afternoon, also because of the light).
Visit Puerto Iguazu only, if you love meat, go to La Rueda Restaurant, excellent meat, good service and very nice wines.
Have a nice trip.