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I highly recommend this tour, bring water.
The tour was excellent and allowed enough time for taking lots of pictures.
It was a little stressful to try to find out the pick-up time from the hotel because their office closes at 6 pm and we arrived later than that. It would be simpler if the company would send out an email with that information.
Doing what: Full Day Tour to Iguazu Falls
Warren K USA
Think carefully about how much time you have in Iguazu- 80 of the falls are in argentina - Brazil only boasts a good photo of the length of the falls but the vast majority of the experience is in argentina especially the boat ride- The tour does not give you enough time to do all 3 of the levels of walking tours in argentina especially the lower level which is the best with amazing full length shots of the falls. It is very rushed. We were lucky to have extra days and did the full 3 levels in argentina with the boat tour and it was a truly an experience we will not forget. I highly recommend you leave enough time on the trip to do both sides and the boat tour from the argentina side but you will need another half a day to truly finish the whole Argentinian side.
Make 100 sure to get your brazillian visa if you are staying on the argentina side - I don't believe it is really worth it for the extra expense and if you are limited in time just stay on the argentina side -
A great way to see both sides of the falls when you only have a short period of time. Very knowledgeable and well-coordinated
The falls themselves are fantastic and not to be missed. The issue is the hotel. If you book this tour, under no circumstances allow them to put you in Hotel tropical. They claim this a 3 star hotel. It is absolutely not. Each room has a sliding door but they are all broken, which means anyone can come into your room. They do not have safes that work. There is mold on the walls and the paint is peeling. The management is nice, but they don't care. When we went on the tour of the falls, the guides gave little information. They just let us walk on our own - we could have explored the falls on our own or at least gone with a different tour operator. The tour is run by Grey Line Argentina but they do a poor job with whomever they subcontract with. I had a similarly bad experience with Grey Line on a day trip to Nicaragua. Very disorganized poor company.
Doing what: 2-Night Iguassu Falls Sightseeing Tour
Excellent transport, right on time smart and loquacious bi or tri lingual guide who had great comments and advise about the hikes. The tour gave us enough time, mostly, to reach the view spots and do enough photography. The area was spectacular with wonderful falls, of course, but also wildlife, including a CROCODILE! I'd give this very inexpensive tour a five star rating.
Doing what: Full Day Tour to Iguazu Falls
The falls themselves are jaw droppingly awesome. For views of the individual falls go to the Argentine side and for panoramic views of the whole lot go to Brazil.
If you only have a day or otherwise I strongly suggest this tour. We only had a day and although not my first visit to Iguassu one manages to still experience the falls in all its splendour. Professional and friendly guides. Always on time and excellent continuity. See you again soon!
The Falls are simply awe-inspiring. Our guide Jorge is a very nice and considerate man. He made sure that he explained everything in English as well as Spanish. He listened to all of our questions and was always considerate of our needs and our comfort. This is a full day tour with lots of walking but it is worth every minute!
Doing what: Full Day Tour to Iguazu Falls
Dan United Kingdom
Overall, really good fun - the zip lining was great, so was the rappelling down the waterfall. I would say though that the 'trekking isn't so much a trek but a short walk, so maybe that's been overstated a little bit. All else was great - nice guides and a great experience. Thanks again.
Tour was very well organised. Although we visited both side of the waterfalls during the same day, due to time limit, which is quite tiring the organisers tried to make it as easy as possible. Both guides, in the Argentinian and the Brazilian side, were very good, very kind and very knowledgeable. The tour is strongly recommended. Only one problem. In the Argentinian side visitors MUST have for the entrance fee. The Park does not accept US dollars or credit cards and the ATM there does not always work. Apart from that everything else was fantastic!!
The tour did everything it promised but was unnecessary. All one needs to do to visit the falls is take the local bus 65 pesos and very easy and pay the entrance fee. The park lends it self to personal walking tours. As a traveler, I felt dumb taking the tour. At the end of the tour they ask you to pay 800 pesos for a boat tour and if you refuse you are left waiting for the bus for two hours while the other guests take the tour. In the park the boat tour only costs 450 pesos. Travel the way you like but personally I found the tour to be overpriced and not required. Also, if you're American you MUST have a visa to visit the Brazilian side of the falls.
We were told this half day tour would have us back at the hotel by lunchtime which suited us fine as we were flying out that afternoon. Then we found, the day before, that the tour would stop for lunch on the Brazilian side and would not get back until 2.20pm. so we had to abandon the trip which we had paid for and never did get to see the Brazilian side of the falls. Very, very disappointing.
I actually ended up splitting my trip into two days so I could do the boat ride under the falls. It's a must do trip. Argentina has lots of walk ways but Brazil has the most amazing views. Mother Nature at her very best.
I was picked up promptly from my hostel and looked after very well all day, both days. English speaking guide as well.
The waterfalls are magnificent. Each side is a unique experience. The transfer between the Argentina and Brazil is a bit confusing we were dealing with multiple vendors but it all worked out. If you only have 1 full day in Iguazu, this is the best way to see both sides!
Jan M USA
This was the most unorganized trip I have ever taken on Viator. My friend and I were the only English-speaking on the tour the park is beautiful but HUGE, not equipped for the crowds, slick surfaces everywhere - BE CAREFUL! - it is impossible to take the boat ride below the Falls and continue on this tour. The boat operators are not punctual and don't care that they wreck your schedule - our scheduled ride left 55 minutes late, totally causing us to miss meeting up with the guide for the Brazilian side of the Falls. My advice is schedule 2 days at the Falls. I walked 8 miles of pathways and steps on a tight schedule, only to miss half the tour because of incompetent boat operators. But the boat ride was thrilling!
Excellent tour! No way i could have seen both sides in one day by myself. If you only have one day, and want to see both sides of the falls, this one is highly recommended.
This was a great way to spend the day! Iguazu falls CANNOT be missed, but if you have another day in Puerto Iguazu, this is a fun way to spend that day! They picked us up at our hotel in a fun, open air, van. Due to the time of year, we were not able to repel beside the water fall, but we still had a great time. Most of us had never repelled before, but the guides were very experienced and very supportive. We all did it in the end! The zip line was THE BEST. We were with my 85 year old mother and she wanted to try it. The repelling was a little too much for her, but she wanted to try the zip lining. One of the guides was so sweet to stay with her while the rest of us repelled. The guides could not have been more supportive with the zip lining. They were very safe and very experienced. They gave my mother the best day! We felt very safe. The zip line through the trees was so much fun! Not much to the walk in the jungle part of the tour, just kind of getting from one area to the next, but the repelling and zip line are really great.
If you only have one day to see Iguassu Falls, then this is the tour to do. The Falls are absolutely stunning, and on the Argentinian side you can get very close which is amazing, whereas the Brazilian side gives you a great overview. You do have to spend a fairly long time at the border which I'm sure is unavoidable but the wait is worth it. All in all an unforgettable day out, and well organised.
Tour was good and got to see what it said. Lunch was also good. I was the only English speaker on the tour but I was used to that by this stage of my trip!
Very good tour, I really recommend it. First, we went to the Argentinian side and then to Brazil side. Only if you want to do the Boat Adventures I recommend you to do only the Argentinian side one day and the Brazilian side the other day.
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