Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Full-Day Sightseeing Tour of the Argentinian and Brazilian Sides of Iguassu Falls from Puerto Iguazú. 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.
Stayed at Iguazu Sheraton, which is inside the National Park. There is no need for a guide from this hotel as we left the Park by bus and entered again through the main entrance. The walk from the hotel to the Park sites is much shorter. However, the visit to the Brazilian side needs a guided tour.
This tour was fabulous...the Falls are spectacular, the Brazil side was awesome but you need to do both sides to get the full appreciation. The tour guide was on time and did his best to make sure we had the benefits of all the views.
The Falls are magnificent and were inspiring to see. I did prefer the Falls from the Brazilian side and would recommend this dual look of the Falls. Guides did a good job. .
Fantastic!! Staff are very helpful. They even made a change with our tour at no extra cost.
Excellent! Note however, you cannot go to Brazil without a visa, so this tour did not go to Brazil, but it was an excellent day at the falls! You do need extra cash at the falls, but my guide loaned me money, which was wonderful and there was an atm inside the park to pay him back. Loved the falls!
It was amazing day,walking on both sides on falls. Every side has different look and beauty ! Must see !
Awesome experience but it's a lot of ground to cover in one day. The spot we stopped for lunch was actually not as touristy or pricey as I had expected... you get great views and vantages of the falls from both sides but be prepared for a long day.
The trip was great and very well arranged. Tour to Iguazu falls both Argentinian and Brazilian sides were very well organized.
The afternoon (Brazilian) part of this tour was very enjoyable, well-coordinated and had a great guide. The morning (Argentinean) part of the tour was lacking. The guide barely spoke English on the tour, gave no information, and the group was so large he lost track of group members during the day.
The tour guide didn't speak much English and didn't really try to include us. The Argentinian side was closed due to flooding as was half of the Brazilian side, however the tour guide was not willing to allow more time on the Brazilian side seeing as we paid for a full day tour. We ended up doing our own thing when we got to the falls.