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Puerto Iguazu is not the Falls but the small town on the border and closest to the falls. Some reviews here are of the falls.
The town is where most hotels are and it's obviously not benefiting from any tourist money! It's worth seeing the...More
It's difficult to describe the magnificence of this place. Puerto Iguazu Agentina side of falls. We had a superb guide called Sergio. He was excellent & we would never have found our way around or got onto the train etc without waiting about an awful...More
this is a bucket list place. If in Brazil or Argentina take the time, effort, and money to visit this area for at least two days. You will never ever regret the experience. Visit both side of the falls.
The town is a tourist trap but there are excellent lodges in the area.
You need to see the falls from both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides and the latter has more to see but the former has better cities.
We drove around this small town and took in the sights, including the point where 3 countries are cornered together only separated by a 2 converging rivers, and the intersection of 7 streets without any red light.
Excellent visit in all aspects. Our private guide Douglas Albino was attentive, knowledgeable and friendly. He made sure we were there at the best times for viewing and comfort with the weather and wild life.
Amenities were good throughout the park but food was an...More
I flew from Buenos aires to Iguzu.In the beginning,I thought it was a waterfalls just like the others.I took the taxi from the airport to the park.25minutes driving.Got the ticket,entered the park,took the mini train twice and walked around 20minuts.Frankly speaking,it was far away and...More
It's a good location to stay for 1 night in order to visit the waterfalls very early in the morning. You will have to take in the poor hotels, rundown neighborhood and the junk pizzas and burgers. Absolutely nothing else to do that is worthwhile.
Puerto Iguazu has truly mushroomed in recent years. I barely recognised it from the early 1990s. Nevertheless I was impressed with the atmosphere of prosperity and modernity which prevailed. The city residents are very friendly and foorthcoming.
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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.