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.
Marcos was an excellent guide! He is funny and knowledgeable (and is an avid bird watcher!). The tour is very well-organized. Marcos managed to squeeze in the boat ride we requested, even when we are the only people in the group who wanted a boat ride.
Being highly efficient, we spent minimal time on border crossing and Marcos got us passed the crowd to be the FIRST group to enter the park. Seeing the majestic view of Iguazu minus the crowd was truly spectacular.
Hotel pick up and drop off is included. Although the drop off is supposed to be for the Brazilian side, Marcos was so nice he actually dropped us off right at our hotel on the Argentinian side without extra charge. Thanks to Marcos we had a truly wonderful visit :)
Very good tour from Brasil side to Argentina side of the falls. Totally different viewpoints and perspective. More walking and take much longer times than the Brasil side thought. Tour guide is very good n very well organized!
The tour was incredible. Marcos spoke fluent English and was terrific as was the driver Eduardo. Marcos was so knowledgable about the falls, the fauna and the wildlife, he gave us an utterly awesome day.
Great trip! Well worth it. Beautiful place to visit. A must see if your in the area. Make sure you have 70 Brazil dollars when you are picked up as the guides will stop to change it to Argentinian pesos for the tickets to get in to the park. Inside the park you can use your credit cards. Just not to pay for the tickets.
This was the first of two tours. The tour guide made sure we had all the paper work required by Argentina, and helped us get the visa's we were unaware of be for the trip as we had booked in December and the requirement was acted in January. This made the trip starte with a big PLUS. On the tour she made sure we got to see everything and made sure "us slow pokes" didn't miss out on anything. We no trouble with her English, a little broken but understandable. She made sure we understood everything which was great. This was a great tour. Sunny and hot, the tour guide made sure we where drinking enough water and cared for our wellbeing.
Thanks for a great tour
We had an excellent guide and driver. The tour exceeded my expectations.
The trip and the falls were beautiful. I can highly suggest everybody. The organisation and the tourist guide was excellent. We were offered a flat tyre after crossing the Argentinan border. The tourist office within 15 minutes sent a new bus for our group. Congratulation it was a nice organisation and solution of the problem. The weather was nice too. The only problem was that crossing the border and the immigration inspection took too long time but it is not the tourist agency's competence.
It was small tour of four people and Carlos was excellent. It is a very comprehensive tour of the Argentian side and one can add a boat trip at the same time-a must do tourof a great waterfall
Great Day and fun tour. This was the highlight of our trip to Brazil. Amazing.
Patricia W USA
Our tour turned out to be a private with just my husband and myself. The guide took excellent care of us and was very helpful. First when you cross the border from Brazil to Argentina, you need the currency of Argentina, they will not accept the Real. We were taken to an exchange center. When we crossed the border our passports were checked and registered, coming back after the tour again our passports were checked and registered.
The Argentine side is larger and a train is provided to get you to the different points of interest. It does not run real frequently, so the guide’s timing was important to keep things moving.
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
The waterfalls were simply amazing. Never expected them to be this large.
The nature is magnificient and the tour eases the transportation and border crossing. However, the time could have been better allocated to schuf 1h waits. The small group size is a plus
Very nice tour and manages to get a lot done in a short amount of time. However, be aware that it takes considerably longer than the 6 hours suggested. The day I did it, it took around 9 hours, so do not book flights etc. too close to the expected end time.
The tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. He was also a birder which was quite a plus for me. The views of the falls were outstanding and we were very glad we went although we didn't think to buy raincoats and were drenched and cold. Because of glitches by the Argentinian customs the tour lasted longer than expected. Still we very much recommend the Viator tour.
Unfortunately the most interesting part of the tour was closed because few months ago the high water washed away part of the way.
Amazing!!! however, the boat isn't the only place you'll need to protect non-waterproof electronics. The giant jeep thing afterwards has no roof. Bring 500 umbrellas and use them to construct a shelter. It was amazing though if you don't mind the trench foot and frost bite you definitely get.