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The pickup and drop off occured on time. I was staying on the Brazilian side, and they had no issue with picking me up from my hotel. Excellent buffet with a lot of choices and a great sampler show of Latin American dance as well. My one issue was I thought the drinks were a little bit on the pricey side, but others said he drink prices were pretty much in line with what you would pay in other places at Foz do Iguazu, so this put my mind at ease.
They only spoke in Portugese but not English. This is a bit disappointed.
Arrived just as show was starting, so had to get food and eat while show on, had to twist neck, poor view, not full so moved. No English commentary. Variety of acts, Brazilian bias, audience participation, some embarrassing. Food: much salty meat, salads, puddings, etc, little that seemed ethnic.
I wish I would have heeded the reviews before trying my luck on this tour... I would definitely avoid this tour if I could go back. The bus came late despite calling ahead to say they needed to pick us up early. We arrived to the venue after the show had started and were yelled at by several very rude people because we were blocking their view as we sat. The venue was extremely overcrowded and would be considered a fire hazard by any standard. The food was mediocre at best and the lines were ridiculously long, especially for the quality of meat being served. The wait staff was SLOW and forgot my order four times (a simple water without gas) before bringing me the wrong drink, yet still expected me to pay for it since drinks are not included in the price. The show was interesting, but very short! We arrived at 9:15 and it was over just before 10:15pm. It was no where near the 2 hours that are advertised.
Overall, this food was the worst I had during my two weeks in Brazil and Argentina. In my opinion, it was not worth $25 (US dollars) let alone the $112.99 being charged. I would have much rather redirected the money to another restaurant in the area where the bill would have been far less than the cost for one person on this excursion. Save your money for something more worthwhile!