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Excellent tour of the Argentina side of Iguazu Falls.
This is a religious experience for waterfall lovers.
The park can be reached by local busses from Foz do Iguacu, but the tour is not expensive.
Note that the park fee 57.30 reals must be paid separately, anyways.
It does include transportation to viewpoints by bus.
The Brazilian side includes shorter, wetter waterfall trails getting more inside the Falls.
You get close enough to see the swifts fly through the Falls to their nests behind the chutes.
Niagara is still beautiful, but we were awestruck here.
Doing what: Tour to Iguassu Falls Brazilian side
Great tour. Must do
The actual tour was amazing and well worth the value. Things we were a bit disappointed with were the guides information. We were told the same few facts repeatedly and questions were not answered. However, the views made the day and we enjoyed seeing the falls.
We had problems confirming our reservation with the local tour operator who for some unknown reason asked us to contact there office in Buenos Aires. Their Rio de Janeiro office did not keep their promise to send us a mail and on phoning them we could not get hold of anyone who spoke English. We need to know at what time we would be collected. The matter was finally resolved. In fact Viator had sub-contracted the trip to their local tour operator who in turn sub-contracted this to another company. The so-called guides two girls gave no explanations regarding the park i.e. history, flora and fauna etc. simply acting as shepherdesses. Nothing to do with our visit the following day on the Argentinian side where our guide was a true professional. the visit was livened up when a snake suddenly appeared beside the path but we didn't receive any information as to it's identity except from a local person who described it as may peligroso
Got to see all the amazing falls in a panorama view. Also got to stand in the middle of the great falls next to the devil and #39;s throat and feel the water rain down on you. This wasn and #39;t a guided tour. We got picked up at our hostel and they dropped us of at the site. Walked alone and got picked up later.
Stephan M Trinidad and Tobago
This tour was perfect! Barbara was very friendly and enthusiastic throughout. She was very flexible and allowed payment at the end of the tour for certain add ons we did not know about previously. I'd definitely recommend this tour to anyone visiting Foz do Iguacu or Parque Nacional de Iguazu.
Book373 United States of ...
I mean what can I say about this awesome event and tour. A helicopter ride above Iguassu Falls speaks for itself! I had some great pictures and truly had lifetime experience doing this particular tour. It's expensive for the time your in the air, but you will come out with some to die for pictures afterwards!
Doing what: Iguassu Falls Panoramic Helicopter Flight
Brilliant tour to the Argentinian side of the falls. Highly recommend this tour.
This was a brilliant trip. The pick up from my hotel was on time. We had a good lady guide who spoke Spanish and English. She made the boarder crossings easy and hassle free. She also adapted the walking program to fit in with the wishes of the group we were all keen walkers, so we were able to see all 3 areas of the Falls. The views were spectacular and we all had a great day. None of us did the boat ride not enough time, but some came back another day to do this activity. Many thanks.
Solange was beatyful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
F4Veteran United States of ...
Everything was fine except that I had forgotten that the park entrance fee was not included in the tour price so had to come up with 20 US each in cash for the two of us on the day of the tour. I would rather had paid the entrance fee ahead of time with my credit card.
Just Marvellous !!
and a perfect organization !
Fantastic experience and excellent hotel. The hotel staff were extremely helpful. The guide, Michael, on the 3rd day to the Brazilian side of the falls was superb. The guide to the Argentinian side of the falls on day 2 was poor.
Beautiful, very exciting
Thought the 10 minute helicoper ride would be 10 minutes over the falls. Not so, the 10 minutes included getting there and returning. Therefore we had about 2 or 3 minutes over the actual falls. Would I do this again NO NO NO
Doing what: Iguassu Falls Panoramic Helicopter Flight
Ellie V USA
I ended up on a tour with all Portuguese speakers. The guide did not introduce himself and was not clear on what activities were available at the falls. He never mentioned the price of the boat tour to Devil's Throat. Also, the tour seemed slightly disorganized. I would do it if you don't want to deal with the paperwork needed for crossing to the Argentinian side, but otherwise I wouldn't recommend it.
Great tour, well organised. Guide was excellent, kind and very informative.
Siva United States of ...
We were picked at our hotel at 8 am . Thanks to our tour guide Daniel Antonio for suggesting the Boat trip, otherwise we would have missed a must enjoy attraction at the Brazilian side of the Falls.
The boat trip consisted of 3 parts , first a short ride on the tram to avoid pollution to the forest it is powered by solar electricity during which time the guide explained the highlights of the National park, then a walk on the trail you can skip this and directly join at the boat station leading to the boat station for about 15 minutes and finally the terrific ride in the speed boats for about 30 minutes in Iguazu river towards the Brazilian side of the falls. There were lockers and change rooms just before the ride. Be prepared to get drenched as the boat goes right the the falls. It was an exciting at the same time a safe ride. The crew took videos and photos during the ride and you can buy it. Overall the boat trip takes about 2 hours and is a not to be missed attractions at Iguazu. We were back near the Visitors center by 12.30 pm.
In the afternoon we proceeded with our walking tour of the Brazilian side of the Falls. It was a self guided tour going to different view points to look at the Falls . One can see the Brazilian side closely and even Argentinian side at a distance. While the Argentinian walking tour provided views from the top of the falls, the Brazilian tour is enjoying the view from the bottom in most points though at a couple of observation decks you get the top view as well. The tour ended by 3.30 pm and we were in our hotel by 4.30 pm.
Between the two sides of the Falls Argentinian side is no doubt a longer one with closer view from the top but I am not sure if it is worth spending reciprocity fee of USD 160 just for one visit as the views from Brazil side are equally stunning though a bit shorter and mostly from bottom of the Falls. If I
A nice tour with stunning waterfalls. I was picked up on time at the airport and brought to a nice hotel with a large and nice room. In the afternoon the tour started with going to Itaipu. Our tour guide was not english speaking, which surprised me a little, but once we were at the dam we got a new, perfectly english speaking guide. The other two days were with going to the argentinian and then to the brazilian side of the waterfall which was great! I had the chance to do an optional boat tour, it was also great, but you get soaking wet. On the last day I was brought back on time to the airport and could lazily take my plane.
Doing what: 3-Day Tour of Iguassu Falls National Park
Siva United States of ...
We took the Viator tour local company to the Argentinian side of Iguazu falls. We were picked up at 8 am at our hotel on the Brazilian side and after a brief stop at a shop to get Argentina currency this is for Iguazu National park ticket which is 260 peso per head, equal to USD 20 we headed straight to the Falls. It took about 15 minutes at the border control and everything was taken care by our tour guide Cleiton Cruz We did not even get down the bus. Being a US citizen I needed to pay reciprocity fee of USD 160 to enter Argentina and this needed to be paid in advance online and the receipt is to be given along with passport at the border control.
Argentinian side of the Iguazu falls is maintained by Iguazu National park. From visitors center there is a jungle train for a short distance. After that there were nicely laid walk ways and trails everywhere leading to different view points. We were not allowed to Devils Throat as the water level was high the day we visited. A couple of places one may get wet if we want to have a good view of the falls.There are 3 restaurants inside the park and one of the restaurants offers vegetarian sandwich but we just took French fries. On our way back it took more time at the Argentinian passport control whereas it was a zip through on the Brazilian post.
Overall the tour was a great experience and we were back at our total by 2.30 pm
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