Edourdo was amazing, this man is a fountain of information, knowledge and so interesting. He made our day enjoyable and a true learning experience - he impressed me with all the things he new about nature, he took the time to stop and point out interesting things including the golden orb spider, butterflies, lizards and made the day totally a pleasurable experience. If you get a chance to go on a tour with Edourdo please go!
Lillian was our tour guide and it was magnificent;we went on 3 different trails with different views of the falls- overwhelming and beautiful.
Experience was great and guide was very nice and knowledgeable;there were only two of us for the tour so it was very personalized. Would highly recommend !!!
Highly recommend. When I was researching which tour I wanted to do, this ended up being the perfect amount of time to be at Igauzu. I was staying on the Brazilian side and had a flight to catch that evening, so I decided to pay for the shorter tour. Because our group was small and we didn't have to waste time waiting for laggers, we were very efficient and saw everything. The guide was really great. We got through the border easily and he lead us through the falls. I would do this again!
Eduardo was an excellent guide and Urban Adventures provided a great tour to the Argentinian side of the falls. The tour was carefully designed in order to maximize our experience, without that expertise it really wouldn't have been as rewarding. Eduardo was very helpful and knowledgeable and he definitely turned this tour into an experience of a lifetime
Great tour! For those of you with limit time, I'd recommend visit the Brazilian side of the waterfalls. For those of you with more time in Iguazu, I'd say visit both sides. In Argentina, take this tour. We had a small group, of 4 people, and our guide, she was amazing. Very knowledgeable and great to have her on our side. With her we did the different trails and we got the good spots and in's and out's of the park.
We had a very good tour of the Argentinian side of the falls with Eduardo, who was knowledgeable, courteous, and generous with his time and expertise he even took us on an unscheduled side trip to the triple border Argentina-Brazil-Uruguay. His English is excellent. Highly recommended.
Fabulous views. Prepare to get wet, but it's refreshing after walking so no worries!
Had the chance to see the falls up close and personal as the water thundered by. It was very informative. Our guide spoke wonderful English and the seven of us on the tour got along famously as were navigated the three trails that were open that day. Crossing into Argentina was no problem, but was infinitely easier as we'd all taken care to have Argentine money on hand for the visa in 60 USD and charges 10 back out. OUr guide happily fielded questions and was at our side constantly throughout the day.
Our only complaint was that there was no free Empanada tasting as promised.