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“Destination that definetly worth to visit if you are in Brasil.”

Iguassu Falls Urban Adventures
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Tour provider to the Iguassu National Park, Brazil and Argentina side. The tours are done with driver and oficial tour guide that speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese for more details you can access our web page
Reviewed November 6, 2012

You don't need to buy a tour if you want to visit the falls. The park has very easy foot trail. You start your visit with a bust after purchasing your tickets.( Cost 40R for adults)
The bus runs every 10 minutes. If you straight want to go to the falls skip the first attraction stops such as and get off at Das Cataras Hotel then follow the trail. You are welcomed by the spectacular view of the falls. As you walk forward and get closer to the falls you will see how the view become more breathtaking . You catch great photo shots behind the rainbow and the falls. Few hours would be enough to visit the park if you don't go for Macau Safari (to me a tourist trap).
Argentinian side of the falls is bigger and needs more time. If you start your day early in the morning you can make both Brasilian side of the falls and Argentinian side. Go to the brasilian side first at 9 as soon as the park is opened spend 3 hours there than take the direct bus to Argentinian side ( Costs 30 Real =15 USD) of the falls. It runs every 2 hours starting from 10.00 a.m.( Busses depart right in front of the park. Don't remember the name. You can ask the Tourist Info)
Try to catch the bus at 12.00 u will be in Argentinian side at 13.00(12.00 Argentinian time) . Spend the rest of the day there and have the feeling you are right on the falls.
Prepare some Pesos if you tend to go to the Argentinian side as credit cards are not accepted for purchasing tickets there and it is hard to find a place to exchange money. Tickets cost 130 pesos for adults.

4  Thank Blitzistanbul
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Reviewed July 8, 2012

Iguassu Falls is a must see, we had a incredible time visiting both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides of the falls. We choose to book two tours with urban aventures after our great experience in Rio, however the guide we got was really just a glorified driver. He barely said anything to us and just dropped us off and waited for us to complete the tour on our own, this wasn't so bad, but I could have got a taxi to do the same thing for a lot cheaper. He also made us feel like we were inconveniencing him and rushed us along, talking us out of certain aspects of the tour and cutting it short. At one point we caught a small train to reach the falls at Iguassu and I remember listening to a guide behind me for information. Pretty disappointing, but I feel this does not reflect a usual experience for urban adventures tours.

1  Thank Sean T
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Reviewed May 14, 2012

Our group was fortunate to see both the Argentinian as well as the Brazilian side of these incredible Falls. You will be hard pressed to find a more amazing site. Our guide was informative, friendly and willing to share our in our experience. As a Canadian, I was used to Niagara Falls which is considered one of the 7 wonders, but it pales in comparison to Iguassu Falls. The site is well kept and provides many opportunities for eating and resting stations. I would suggest you take sunscreen as you will want to spend hours there. Put this travel adventure on your bucket list.

Thank Pat W
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Reviewed April 27, 2012

is the most spetacular place on this planet,we can find many things to do,like a helicopter ride,see many diferentes spicies of birds,an fantastic wild life.We can find beautiful places to make a movies.If you can know one the fantastic place in this world go to the iguassu falls

Thank barrosRioDeJaneiro
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Reviewed February 5, 2012

Iguassu Falls far exceeded our expectations and the Iguassu Falls Tour Company deserves credit for making this visit fabulous. Our guide, "Ed" spoke excellent English, attended to all of our needs and made sure we visited all the important sites. Many people visit only the Argentina side but we found that it was well worth the $140 Visa to visit the spectacular vistas on the Brazilian side. We probably saved $140 (as well as flight time) by flying into the Argentinian side (IGR) from Buenos Aires and flying out of the Brazilian (IGU) side to Lima.

3  Thank Steve M
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