Guide was perfect
Freeman United States of ...
very good tour, very well organized.
helpful guide who spoke good English - excellent tour
This your was amazing!And Daniel iis an ewcellent guide!
This is a religious experience for waterfall lovers.
The tour from Foz do Iguacu Brazil will require passing thru Argentinian border facilities and the Reciprocity Fee for some tourists Canadian, Australian, US.
The park fee of 260 pesos is not included in the tour and MUST be paid in pesos.
The Iguacu Falls seen from the Argentinian side present longer waterfall trails with more wildlife.
The trail to the brink of the 90 meter main Falls requires a train ride included in the park fee and a bit of a level walk over many bridges, but the view is awe inspiring.
The other two waterfall walks pass through more jungle to see the many companion falls spread out over 3 km, all beautiful in their own right.
The lunch facilities are reasonably priced.
Niagara is beautiful, but these falls will take your breath away.
Amazing - a must. Friendly and helpful guide and lots to see. Wear comfortable walking shoes, a lot of walking, but it is really worth it. BRING WATER PROOVED CAMERAS AND PACKAGE YOUR CELLOPHONE you will get very wet the beauty of the tour is breathtaking.
Jeff United States of ...
Good Value for the . If you go to the Falls you really need to see both sides... Guide spoke perfect English.. Thanks
Money well spent. I was picked up promptly at my hotel, the border crossing went well, the tour of the park was at my pace. Airton was extremely helpful and efficient throughout the whole excursion.
We had a really nice day at the falls! Our guide Maycon came to collect us from the hotel on time and he was very accommodating. The tour itself was well planed and we enjoyed it very much. The reason why if gave one star less was because it didn't say in the tour information that we could do the boat trip we had it booked for the following day but we may have done it during this trip if we would have known and because it says in the information that the guide will take you to an ATM to get some money out to change to pesos and this is not true. The guide takes you to a place to change the cash that you should bring with you. Not a big deal but it would have been better to specify this.
Crowded. Nature speaks for itself. I was hoping to learn some historical description of some of the sites, but because of the Easter crowds very little opportunity to do that.
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