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We did the great adventure boat trip which was great and got soaked. Had spare clothes in locker at entrance so it did mean walking back to change. We then took the train up to the walk to devils throat/gorge and we also did a...More
When you’ve seen the Argentinian side, you really also must see this side. We saw it after the Argentinian side, I do not know which order is better. Now we knew what to expect and could recognise everything. It is more like a funpark, with...More
It's a good base to stay and from here visit the falls (and a few other attractions if you are interested). The village got a good range of restaurants and hotels for all tastes.
Internet isn't great in most of the area.
It was 20 years since I last visited the falls, but they are still fantastic. The views are breathtaking, but also the thunder sound from afar is thrilling. The park is lovely landscaped to give you the best view of the falls.
This tiny town is dwarfed by it’s big impressive neighbour on the Brazilian side, but if you want zero crime, a safe stroll home, this is the spot to stay. The local people are all very friendly and the cluster of bars and restaurants work...More
I visited Iguazu Falls in Winter and I would recommend this. Apparently, in summertime the temperatures get to above 40 degrees C with very high humidity. This would be unbearable alone. In the summertime the crowds are very very large and we saw the capacity...More
On the argentinian side of iguazu you will be able to get a boat to take you to be showered by one of the 7 wonders of the world. an incredible experience and a must do!!! Also MUST bring a full change of clothes!... Depending...More
We originally booked a tour for both the Argentinian and Brazil Falls in 1 day but were recommended by our guide to do only one and the other the next day. This was 100% the right decision as the Argentina side takes a whole day...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.