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Incredible experience, excellent guide! This was a very well-run tour.
If you stay on the Brazil side you must visit the Argentine side. This tour takes all the hassle out of the border crossings. Efficient pick-up and return to join a larger group from Argentine side. Do it.
We were a group of 3 couples traveling together. Our tour guide Maria Shmidt came on time to our hotel in Iguazu and took us and our luggage to the falls. We were part of a group of about 16 people. The tour was quite good; we had enough time to visit, eat lunch and have a couple of breaks as well.
Our guide was enthusiastic and very well organised.He willingly spoke English to us as our Spanish is not very good.We enjoyed a well paced visit to the Argentinian side of the Falls with lots of time to contemplate this awesome natural wonder.There was a chance to pay extra and take the speedboat under the Falls,which we did,which certainly gave the day an added dimension.
The tour was a very easy and efficient way for us to visit the Falls and I would certainly recommend it.
Absolutely great tour.. i had Horacio and there is a reason why he's been doing his job for 6years, he's GREAT at it.. i was the only english speaker in my group and he did a great job of mediating between both languages..
He had a good gameplan and got us to the devils throat as soon as we came to the park around 9.30 and walked 4/5s of the way and waited about 1hr in the queue at the end but when we were leaving the queue stretched from the absoltue beginning of the entrance.
we had a nice mix of walking and resting so we went through the jungle and saw some cool animals.
great tour, yes you can just navigate the park by yourself, but i'd pay twice what i paid for the knowledge and plan Horacio had for us and all the pictures he helped me take!
This was an experience of a life time and something you have to add to your to do list. This was one of many bookings done through Viator and once again a flawless event. The organization from the pickup at the hotel to the drop-off was one pleasant and unforgettable experience. The guide was very friendly and professional. Thanks Viator I am looking forward to my next trip!
Enter your review here. The falls are an amazing sight to see. The walkways that are built on the Argentina side of the falls allows for a up close and personal feeling of the wonder of these falls. Don't miss the boat ride under the falls, you get soaked but it is worth it. The jungle ride in the truck is something to pass on, nothing to see but trees, animals don't hang around areas where large trucks and loud people are! You will see many animals while you walki thru the jungle to the walkways.
The falls are amazing! Definitely take the boat tour under the falls (not included with this tour). Our guide was Horatio, and thank goodness we had him, otherwise we wouldn't have known where to go to see every vantage point. That being said, the "guidance" we got didn't extend much beyond, "turn here--go there, meet here at 1:30." We got no history, no explanation, etc. of what we were seeing...and the "translations" for the 5 of us who spoke English were 1-2 sentences long, whereas the Spanish version took 20-30 minutes. Reasons to pay the $35 for this tour: 1) they pick you up from your hotel; 2) they handle all border crossing issues; 3) they guide you to Devil's Throat, the Upper and Lower circuits, etc.; 4) they drop you off at your hotel; 4) it's only $35 for ALL of that. The only reason not to = if you want a thorough and informative "guide." We were fine snapping pics and taking in the beauty on our own, so we didn't mind. All in all-- VERY worth the tiny price tag! ONE big thing! If your hotel is on the BRAZIL side (ours was)--the pick up time is ARGENTINA time (1 hour later).
THIS WAS A GREAT TOUR and A MUST DO... Guides were very knowledgeable and friendly. A photographer will tag along and take your picture for a small fee at "Devil's Throat". Definitely worth it if your camera is not waterproof.. Definitely, a MUST DO at Iguazu FAlls..