Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Day Trip to the Argentinian Side of Iguassu Falls from Foz do Iguaçu. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Very good tour with Marco. Nice and professional, he picked us on time.
We was only 4 taking this tour and we felt very spoiled. Marcos answered all our questions and explain us a lot of things.
Very beautiful view of the falls. Nice trail walks and you can get close to waterfalls for a little splash.
The thing that requires some patience is the hour long queue for the train ride in. Get in early if possible. Other than that it is nice and relaxing since it was just a 3-person tour!
Very knowledgeable guide and excellent tour. Plenty of time spent to take pictures of the beautiful Iguazzu Falls. Gorgeous weather and stunning scenery. Everything ran very smoothly and on time.
Amazing tour 8/21/14. Our tour guide marcos was awesome! he was patient and well informed. Let us take our time and take pictures at our pace. He was the best. I would go again in a second. Also was a small group only 7 of us. Fantastic
We went in late June 2014. The falls were at full power, which meant that some of the catwalks were closed or had been washed away. None the less, the up-close experience of millions of liters of water rushing past you is unlike anything else. I personally enjoyed the falls from the Brazil side more since you get more of the horizon to horizon view of the falls, but you need to see both sides to get the comparison.
The tour was well-organized and our guide was enthusiastic, informative, and friendly. I'd recommend it.
When you experience the falls from the Argentinian side, you become part of the falls.
This was an unbelievable experience. The tour guides Marco and Pedro were very friendly and knowledgeable and made this trip very enjoyable. Highly recommended. be prepared to spend additional money in the park entrance fee and if required, Argentina entrance fee. Do some research as this Argentina fee varies from country to country. Also, this covers just the tour to the falls and does not include the boat trip which is a must do while you are there.
Great day. Punctual pick up. Informative helpful guide Pedro and driver Marco. Eased our way over the border. Flexible with group as some wanted to do the speedboat ride, which I recommend and others didn't. I would suggest that the entry fee to the park be added to the advertised cost.
An excellent small group tour,well organised. All border crossing details handled smoothly as well as obtaining Argentine pesos for the entrance fee. Both guide and driver were knowledgeable and enthusiastic. The trip is a must do, wonderful.
Marcos representing VIATOR was on time to pick us up from our hotel in Foz do Iguacu and the day passed of as a wonderful,exciting tour of the Argentine side of these mighty falls.They were a spectacular sight to behold and our knowledge was greatly increased by Marcos with his patient explanations in clear English all along.
Please express our personal thanks to Marcos who was very helpful,friendly and professional for the entire time during this day long tour.
CELIA P.EVANGELISTA (Ms)
(Visitors on this tour for Saturday,19 April 2014).
Excellent tour. Very good guide. Small group (5 people ). Thanks for a wonderful experience
The tour itself is great. However, we have trouble to get the Argentina Visa. I'm not good at computer and the agent there are not helpful at all. They took me to different places to use the computer and asked me to do myself . I tried many different way and finally I got it done . The tour left as they cannot wait for us. The good thing is they arrange a private tour for us without extra charges. The tour is great . The falls are amazing.
Excellent tour; worth going to as you get up close and personal with all the falls and the walking isn't too challenging as everything has nice even walkways with some stairs. Make sure to bring sunscreen and mosquito repellent. They took 170 Argentinian Pesos for each person, not Reals for the entrance fee. They didn't even need our Argentinian Reciprocity visas as we got through really fast. When you arrive in Brazil, customs gives you an immigration paper to fill out which you keep along the way. You need this paper when crossing over to Argentina. This paper and your passport is all you need plus the pesos.