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It was a 9 hour tour. It picked us up And dropped us off rt at our hotel. Guide was fairly good in English and helpful. Tour included almost all the things you could do at Iguazu Park. Lots of viewing of the falls areas. Train is crowded to get to places as an FYI. Not much to see on the jungle ride to jet boats. Jet boats were amazing. Overall it was a great tour and well worth the price we paid for it.
Convenient prompt pick up at hotel. A lovely train ride to the two walks. Spectacular scenery. Need to get there early to avoid the crowds. Amazing photo opportunities. The boat ride is a must. You get more of a view of the whole falls from the boat. You get very wet but that was so much fun. Wildlife interesting too. A good value for many day
Spend the day exploring the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls, including an adventure boat ride. Take a truck ride and a train ride through the subtropical rain forest and learn about the area through your guide's narration. Hotel pickup and drop-off from the Argentinian side (Puerto Iguazu) included.
Full Day Iguassu Falls Both Sides - Brazil and Argentina
View of the fall from Brazilian side. Spectacular.
, Jan 2020
A lot packed into one day, but well worth it to see both sides of the falls. Be prepared for some extensive walking on the Argentina side. Having to change currency to buy Argentine pesos for some of the miscellaneous fees was a bit irritating. Would prefer if tour price had included all required fees except lunch and misc.
The drier was late. There was no clear communication from the viator. It was written that the driver will come at 7 pm. He came at 9.40 am I wish we could spend more time as stated in your advertisement (approx 8 hours). Otherwise, the guide was friendly and explained everything.
Visit both sides of the Iguazu Falls, one of the Natural Wonders of the World, on a small-group tour. Cross the border to Argentina and get up close to the mighty waters in the “Devil’s Throat” as well as the upper and lower circuits. Then head back to the Brazilian side, which is more untamed and features more wildlife such as friendly quatis and tropical birds.
Discover the natural marvel of Iguazu Falls during this 3-day tour of both the Argentinian and Brazilian sides. See the spectacular falls from every angle, feel the misty spray from the Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo) and trek both the Upper and Lower Circuit. Ride an ecologically responsible train through the jungle to see the area's natural biodiversity. Learn about the native flora and fauna from your guide along the way. Nightly accommodation in Puerto Iguazú and daily breakfast are included.
A Car will be waiting for the passengers at the Iguazu airport with a sign including the passengers' names. The tour can be purchased with or without air tickets. You will have a guide (in your required language) and a driver at your disposal (private transfer). The guide and driver will take you from the airport to the place where the Cataratas tours start! The tours you will make are Cataratas Argentinas Tour by footbridges and Great Adventure by boats. Both tours included in this package, In this way you will know iguazu waterfalls in all their forms by land and water. Both tours will be superviced with your guide - This package includes the Entrance tickets to Iguazu National Park !!
Tour is limited to a maximum of 14 travelers.
Begin your visit to the Brazilian side of the park at the Visitors’ Center to learn more about the park. During the tour, observe many species of birds, butterflies and even small mammals as coatis (Nasua). On the walkway, enjoy the view of the colossal Devil’s Throat. Following to the panoramic elevator see a new angle of the falls. After going up, enjoy the Porto Canoas gastronomic center (meal not included) and the park’s souvenir shop.
Your second adventure begins at the Macuco Safari. Take the road on an open-air towed car that allows a clear view of the forest. See the orchids, bromeliads, centenary trees and even wild animals. Go to the Porto Macuco and navigate the Iguassu River to see the landscapes and take photos. The animals, blue sky, the rainbows and the water together characterize the show with its high point at the Three Musketeers falls. The boat gets close enough to for everyone to enjoy a brief soak in the refreshing waters, it’s an unspeakable emotion!
Flight was a bit too crowded and if you're seated in the middle, you are unable to take pictures. Helicopter was very nice and pilot very good, but flight not long enough and visually not great. Felt like we were rushed in and out. Not a very personable experience..
Get a spectacular aerial view of Iguassu Falls during this 10-minute helicopter ride. Board a safe, state-of-the-art helicopter flown by an experienced pilot in Foz do Iguaçu. Soar above the magnificent falls to get a bird's-eye view of the rushing water and the surrounding rainforest while enjoying commentary from your pilot. Be sure to bring your camera for amazing photo opportunities and your passport for the border crossing. Round-trip transportation from Foz do Iguaçu hotels is included.
Begin your visit to the Brazilian side of the park at the Visitors’ Center to learn more about the park. Follow a 11 km (6 mi) road to begin your experience. Once on the road you will be able to hear the falls as you watch the forest and its rich fauna and flora. During the tour, observe many species of birds, butterflies and even small mammals as coatis (Nasua). Only 25% of the falls are on the Brazilian side, however you will have a privileged panoramic view of the other 75% on the Argentinian side. Depending on the weather and the sunlight, be surprised by the rainbows everywhere. Approach the 950-meter walkway circuit and observe around 275 different falls from the Iguaçu River. On the walkway, enjoy the view of the colossal Devil’s Throat, the cascade which holds the title of largest water flow. Following to a panoramic elevator, watch new angle of the falls. After going up, enjoy the Porto Canoas gastronomic center (meal not included) and the park’s souvenir shop.
Be blown away by the 45 artists on the stage in a live show that has Guinness World Records as "Unique Dinner with Show that features the largest number of national dances". Enjoy folk dances and typical songs from South America countries as Paraguay, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, Mexico and Brazil with performances of Argentinian tango, traditional Mexican songs, Brazilian capoeira, samba and more.
The show is combined with a complete service and the best in gastronomy in an air-conditioned area with capacity for 1,200 visitors in three different halls.
The buffet has more than 15 types of noble meats, 200 hot and cold dishes, options of typical Brazilian dishes, samples of oriental cuisine, Arabic, Italian pasta, fish, seafood and a richly prepared dessert buffet.
Get a rush of adrenaline while touring Iguazu Falls on this adventure-packed tour. Ride a high-speed boat right up to the splash zone—getting as close to the falls as possible—plus take a bumpy 4x4 ride through the jungle and opt for a self-guided hike through Iguazu National Park to see the falls from different perspectives.
Creative Cooking Class and Dinner with Wine in Iguazu
Best evening in argentina
, Feb 2020
Fantastic evening enjoyed with many nationalities; Brazlian Argentian, Lebanese, Australian & New Zealander. Thanks Priscilla, you are a natural & gifted host & your passion for food & Argentina made the night. The venue & food was superb. Thanks, a night I will remember always.
very good evening, entertaining and amusing. Hosts were excellent and fluently multilingual. The hosts get the groups to relax and talk to each other. Plenty of wine and food. Slightly disappointed expected to do more cooking. Only made a cocktail, matai and folded an empanada, no real cooking.
Indulge in an evening of mouthwatering Argentinian food and drink with this cooking class and dinner in Iguazu. Under the guidance of a professional chef and a sommelier, work your way through a typical northern-style menu, beginning with a workshop in crafting wine-based cocktails and a creative empanada-making competition. Learn how to order a perfectly cooked steak in Spanish, make your own sticky-sweet alfajores, and mix mate, the favorite national drink. Throughout the night, taste plenty of fine Argentinian wines and cheeses, and make new friends in a cozy small-group setting.
Private Iguazu Falls Argentinean Side Tour with Boat Option
From $42.42 (Price varies by group size )
Perfect Private Tour
, Jan 2020
We used Tangol for our private tour. Our tour guide Eddie was very thorough, and paced the tour based on our conditions (tired from a long trip, over 60+ in age, etc.).
And their price is very reasonable.
I would recommend them.
Enjoy personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this full-day private tour to the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls. Travel the Upper Circuit, the Lower Circuit, and the Devil's Throat circuit, then upgrade your tour with a Nautical Adventure Experience where you can see the falls from underneath. Hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Discover the breathtaking waterfalls on the Argentine side of Iguazú Falls during this overnight tour from Puerto Iguazú. Arrive in in Puerto Iguazú to explore the charming little town and spend the night at a comfortable hotel. Head into the National Park in the morning with a local guide to see the majestic falls, including the massive Devil's Throat (Garganta del Diablo). Enjoy the best views of the falls with treks on both the Upper and Lower Circuits, then board the eco-train for a ride through the surrounding rainforest. Opt to upgrade your tour with a boat ride under the falls themselves that will leave you thrilled and soaking wet.
Argentinian Side of the Falls - All Tickets Included
Half Day Tour of Iguazu Falls Argentinian Side
, Dec 2019
We loved our tour. The tour guide William was right on time to pick us up at our hotel and took us to the falls -- we enjoyed the falls of course but also talking to William about his life in Brazil. He was very flexible on our timing and I don't think there is anything he could have done better. So glad we took the extra time to fly from Buenos Aires to see this wonder of the world. Really spectacular!
Begin your tour on the Argentinian side of the park in the Visitors’ Center, then go to the train station to board on a 10-minute ride towards the Devil’s Throat, the largest water flow of the entire complex. Upon arrival, continue to a 1 km walkway above the river to observe an outstanding view of the calm waters before the furious falls. After the spectacular view on the Devil’s Throat, board back the train to the upper circuit to have a full and close view of many distinct falls such as Dos Hermanas, Chico, Ramirez, Bosseti, among others. Take a long walk through the forest and enjoy its fauna and flora until you get to the lower circuit, admire a canyon and feel the atmosphere of the falls at 1,400 meters high. Once you enjoyed all spots of the magnificent park, take time to lunch at one of our various suggestions.
Visit to the Brazilian side of the Iguaçu Falls, largest set of waterfalls on the planet, with 275 waterfalls; visit to the Bird Park, the largest aviary in the world specializing in macaws; more than 1.100 animals; more than 140 species; 50% rescue birds; 43% born in the park; private services with guide accompaniment; approximately 05 hours.
The falls and park are amazing, this review is not about them because they will be amazing no matter who you do the tour with.
The tour was punctual and well organised in terms of getting from place to place and swift processing through immigration between the two countries. But if you’re expecting to learn anything about the falls (e.g. height, width, volume of water, history, navigability, number of cataracts, river systems forming the falls, effects of climate change etc) or about the park, then this tour is not for you. We learned zero information about the falls and park other than I should keep to the left tracks. This tour is essentially an expensive assisted pick-up and drop-off with good instructions. You have to pay all other fees separately which is indicated in the description but you realise how little is included when you do the tour.
Finally, this is nowhere near two days as time at the park on the second day is only 2h.
We did not think it was worth it. Our guide was lovely as a person but left a lot to be desired as a guide unfortunately. There are heaps of better options out there.
Don't make the difficult choice between seeing either the Argentinian or Brazilian side of the UNESCO-listed Iguazu Falls. This two-day tour allows you to experience both. In a small group, your guide will take you to the best viewpoints on both sides so that you can experience the roar of the falls and serenity of the surrounding jungle.
Marvel over the mighty Iguazu Falls on this full-day tour of the Argentinean side, including hotel pick-up and round-trip transport from Puerto Iguazu. Arrive at the New Visitors Center, then set out on a tour of the falls, following three equally thrilling walking circuits. Look out over the thundering Devil's Throat, stand in awe at the foot of the falls and see landmarks like the Bella Vista rock, Two Sisters, Dos Hermanas and Bosetti. Entrance fees not included. Upgrade to travel in a small group and/or include a boat ride.
Our tour guide was knowledgeable and helpful. However, there could have been more activities to occupy the day as we ran out of things to do(without boat ride) by 3pm so spent 4 hours at airport. Also at 30USD per person it was slightly costly
Experience the thundering, wild beauty of Iguazu Falls on this full-day tour from Puerto Iguazu. On a guided tour of the Argentinian side of the falls, trek along a series of trails, footbridges, and vista points to witness more than 200 magnificent cascades, including the famous Devil’s Throat. Choose from a series of three of the main hiking circuits that wind through the subtropical national park, and discover native wildlife while soaking up different vantage points of the world-famous falls.
Its just an ok experience for me. It takes 2 hours from the time you ride the truck to the jungle and ride the boat to the falls and back. The actual boat ride is less than 30 minutes and the highlight that i like is the shower under the falls. Youll go under and get soaked 3 times. That was fun! The rest is nothing out of ordinary. Jungle ride has nothing to see but trees going down the river to get the boat. Be careful with the bees too! I will go once to experience it but will not go back again.
This Iguazu Falls boat tour covers all your bases for a classic Iguazu National Park experience. On board a boat, see highlights such as Devil’s Throat and the San Martin Falls—be prepared to get wet as you sail into the splash zone. Plus, ride over choppy rapids, hike up to a vista point, and ride an off-road vehicle through the jungle. This tour includes a dry bag to protect your valuables.
Skip the crowded group tours and enjoy the natural wonders of the Iguazú Falls in the company of just your party and a guide on this private tour to the Argentinian side. Spend your day trekking or just soaking up the view.
If you want to visit Iguazu for a full day, it´s your option. With pick up from airport and tranfser to the national park, to spend a great day visiting the incredible Iguazu Falls, wonder of nature. The argentinian side, offers up to 8 km of trails to enjoy the falls in three different circuits: upper, lower and trail to the Devil´s Throat with Train of the jungle. Then, transfer out to airport
A different exit to all proposals:
At the beginning, a special Author's Dinner for demanding palates. Then, in the most luxurious theater, the most spectacular Tango Show of recent times: excellent dancers, renowned singers and a Live Orchestra will lead the viewer through a whirlwind of emotions, demonstrating once again that
Tango is alive.
In addition and as an unmatched plus for anyone who wants a different night, the possibility of visiting the Casino de Cataratas, thus combining exclusive pleasures in one place.
Make the most of your visit to the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls with this adventurous, small-group tour. Your experience will have you trekking, riding a 4x4, and navigating the river by boat. Along the way you'll soak up the views of such famed attractions as Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat), the highest and deepest of the falls.
Travel to the Argentinian side of Iguazu Falls on this full-day trip from Foz do Iguaçu. With a local guide, admire the falls from the other side, crossing the border at the infamous Devil's Throat. Explore the Upper Circuit and Lower Circuit as well, listening to engaging commentary from your local guide along the way. You must have a valid passport to participate in this tour. Round-trip transportation from Foz do Iguaçu hotels is provided.
Sightseeing Tour of the Argentinian and Brazilian Sides of Iguassu Falls
Good & Bad ...
, Dec 2019
We booked this trip 3 days before and as advertised expected an English speaking Guide so you'd think ... this was NOT the case really.
The tour was split in to two parts the morning in Argentina and the afternoon on the Brazilian side.
Whilst we were on the Argentinian side the Guide only spoke to us when we were told where to go and meet. There was NO explanation of The Falls or anything about it in English!!!
As for our trip over the border in the afternoon ... the Guide spoke to us a little more but didn't tell us when buying the Park Entry tickets that we did not need transport tickets so we WASTED $20 when she could of told us, very frustrating indeed!!!!!
All in all it was an average trip, the crowds were CRAZY and make sure you TAKE INSECT REPELLENT!!!!
The Tour itself only cost $35 each so i guess you get what you pay for.
This was the cherry on top of the cake on our Chile-Argentina trip!! What a wonderful tour, though it was a very long day as we did both sides in one day, we highly recommend it. Our guides, Carlos in the Argentinian side, and another Carlos, in the Brazilian side, were wonderful and so professional! If you are planning on taking this tour be prepared for very long walks and extremely hot temperatures, but it's worth every step of the way. The beauty of the Iguazu Falls cannot be captured in pictures, you have to live the experience!!!
Tour both the Brazilian and Argentinian sides of Iguassu Falls in this full-day tour. Each country has a separate National Park (Iguaçu National Park in Brazil and Iguazú National Park in Argentina) that boasts hiking trails, attractions, and viewpoints of falls like Devil's Throat, Bossetti and San Martin. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Puerto Iguazú is included.