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Entry fee Iguazu N.P.

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Entry fee Iguazu N.P.

As I understand it, the entry fee is 500 pesos for an American to enter the park. Is that correct and is that the only fee for which I need to pay in Argentine pesos?

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Mendoza, Argentina
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1. Re: Entry fee Iguazu N.P.

..only in Argentine pesos,(no dollars or other currency, no credit cards)

Here are the fees and hours: https:/…

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No, what I'm asking is if the entrance fee to the national park is the only expense requiring to be paid in pesos. What about the other attractions, services, within the park? Do I also need Argentine pesos to pay for any additional purchases, services. Will I need pesos for anything else beyond the 500 peso entry fee? And if so, what? Thank you for responding to my inquiry.

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If don't bring your lunch box, you'll need some pesos to eat something in the park

If you like water activities, you'll need some pesos to take them

If you want to buy souvenirs, you'll need some pesos to buy them

If you don't go by car, you'll need some pesos to take the bus to come back

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We were there 10 days ago, and did not have enough pesos, so we paid USD50 each to enter. There are gift shops and cafes scattered around, so if you need to buy an empanada or coffee, you will need a few pesos

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