What travelers are saying
- It's amazing to get up so close and personal to such a powerful force of nature. We did get wet here but not drenched. We got the first train of the day and managed to beat a lot of the tour groups so it wasn't too busy but does get very crowded.Written August 4, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Seeing the falls from the Argentinian side is a must. It's like getting an inside view. There are several walking trails and I did three of them. You take an Ecological Train to get to the Devil's Throat walking trail. This magnificent falls is in the middle of the Iguazu River and is breathtaking. I then took the Upper Falls and Middle Falls trails. We saw many animals including, Crested Jays, Butterflies, Coatis, and Capuchin Monkeys. It takes more time to see the falls from the Argentinian side than it does to see them from the Brazilian side. If you are able to, be sure to see the falls from both sides in order to appreciate nature's majesty.Written April 8, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Despite being significantly smaller than Foz de Iguacu on the Brazilian side, Puerto Iguazu is a much cleaner and saferEverywhere is safe to stroll at any time of day or night. Renting a bicycle allows you to explore everything, and for those who don't mind a little extra walking, you can get to most destinations on foot. I would suggest living in Puerto Iguazu and taking day trips to the Brazilian side because it is more affordable and the locals are friendlier and more helpful.Written October 8, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Unforgettable and unique - especially due to unusually high waters.
The falls are worth to see not only once, but at different times of the day (and year, presumably)Written November 7, 2023
- This is an animal rescue park adjoining Iguazu Falls National Park. It is quite large, so they take visitors in a truck to see the animals deep in the rainforest. The animals were abused by humans and several are endangered. The volunteers work to give them good living conditions and introduce their offspring into the wild. There are many species of all sizes. It is an excellent place to visitWritten March 8, 2023
- I really enjoyed visiting the garden - it has a great variety of wildlife and plants. Definitely go there if visiting the Amazon!Written October 22, 2023
- This walk looks short and boring on the park map, but it is neither! Take water with you - it is mostly but not all shaded and can be hot. Keep your eye out for wildlife, as this is a more quiet area of the park. Don't hesitate to swim in your underwear! Enjoy!!Written January 15, 2020
- Great view of Paraguay/Brazil/Argentina. We enjoyed walking the area. There are some vendors, signs for photo ops, etcWritten September 6, 2023
- Interesting place for a short visit. Their mission is to raise awareness about threats to the rainforest. Also a nice gift shop with a good selection of indigenous products.Written November 20, 2021
- I got there by car with friends. There was a huge parking lot but it was almost full. Parking was free. Inside the cassino there was a café bar where I stopped for a moment. I grabbed some coffee and got some courage to play on the casino machines. there as a room to poker, and another one with machines (some took only pesos, another real and some took only dolars) . there was another machine room to smokers. I am not a gamble person but I went there just for fun. This place can not be compared to cassinos in Vegas but it was fine.Written September 28, 2019
- We found it very interesting, specially my 6 year-old son. It is amazing what can be done with recycling products. Nonetheless, it is very short, and even though they charge you and entrance ticket, the guide asks for a tip at the end saying tha he´s a volunteer.Written May 5, 2022
- This was one of the highlights of our whole Iguazu tour. The outstanding rewards that await one after taking a taxi here include the stunning natural beauty and the absolutely fascinating Guarani culture which takes pride of place in the Reserve.Written January 9, 2019
- We added the safari visit to our trip- but because our ride was early, we didn't really see many of the animals. However, it was still nice to just ride around and really feel like we are in the middle of nature and take in the beautiful surroundings.Written November 10, 2015
- While many guarani have left for the big city. There are a number of people left in the indigenous community ranging from young to very old. I found the way these people rely on each very heart warming but I fear for what will happen for the next generation.Written March 31, 2017
- Nice place for those who like to taste local food, wine, olives, alfajor, cheese. It is worth visiting. You can buy things or eat at the small restaurants at the fair.Written July 8, 2015
Frequently Asked Questions about Puerto Iguazu
- The best day trips from Puerto Iguazu according to Tripadvisor travelers are:
- Full Day Iguassu Falls Both Sides - Brazil and Argentina
- Iguazu Falls Tour, Boat Ride, Train, Safari Truck
- Iguazu Falls: 4x4 in the Jungle, Boat Ride and Argentinian Falls
- Private Tour both sides Brazil and Argentine falls. in 1 day
- Brazilian Side of Iguazu Falls Tour from Puerto Iguazu