A must in everyone's bucket list. Do both the Argentinian and Brazilian side, totally worth it. We went the end of June and the weather was fabulous and not as many visitors as other months of the year. We were able to get full access...More
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The Iguazu falls were just out of this world. We spent two days in the national park and went to the Brazil side on day 1. Unfortunately the heaven opened just when we arrived and it was POURING down. I remember being soaked within seconds...More
Beautiful and breathtaking, lots of nature and look out points, the only thing I would suggest is allow the entry fee to be paid by card as it's a lot of trouble getting Argentinan pessos especially on a bank holiday.
By far,my favourite nature's wonder in the whole world.Visiting the park is quite expensive,but well worth it! Not only the awesome falls themselves, but also the extremely rich and diverse wildlife who lives there are something I will never forget
Iguazo Falls National Park is one of the most amazing places that I have been. The number of falls, the forest, the birds, monkeys and of course the coati mundi. On the Argentinian side of the falls there are such areas as the Devil's Throat,...More
Amazing waterfalls and awesome place to see some of the wildlife in the park. Make sure you take a eco train to the upper circle and the low circle, you do not want to miss any of it.
We made this excursion a MUST from our cruise to Patagonia which ended in Buenos Aires. It was an extremely long day but worth it! This included flight delays on the departure and returning ends of the day. Experience indicates that this is the norm...More
Such a beautiful place, full of nature, the falls are enourmous, unbelievable!, the people is really nice, the weather warm and humid, prices accesible, there are some other attractions like the guaranies villages or a butterfly center, but the waterfalls are enough to be amazed
We walked around the Argentina side and the Brazil side of these waterfalls.the waterfalls are 2.5 km long-the longest in thee world. The Argentina side had 3 walking tracks you could do. The top you had to go by train to the devils throat- you...More
Amazing! Nothing much more needs to be said other than I would suggest that you do the Brazil side first as it's a nice little sample of the experience that the Argentinian side will bring. In reverse, the Brazilian side can feel like a little...More