Iguacu Falls

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Foz de Iguazu, Brazil

Iguacu Falls Foz de Iguazu Reviews

rere rere
1 reviews
Definitely worthwhile Aug 30, 2011
Went there last year and absolutely loved the Iguacu falls.

The scenery is beautiful, the place is clean and well taken care off and the hike through the tropical forest up til the waterfalls is absolutely stunning.

I would definitely recommend the Macuco Safari - you get really close to the waterfall and the hike to the boat is stunning.

If you are into Indiana Jonesing and don't mind getting robbed by a little coati (see pictures) Iguacu is definitely a good call.
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nat80 nat80
12 reviews
Easily done in a day May 10, 2011
This side of the falls can easily be done independent in a day. Even half a day if you're pushed for time. Most of the walk runs opposite the falls giving you a panoramic perspective of the park. As you get to the end of the walk you are at the base of a huge section of the falls where there is a walkway to get even closer.

Make sure you have a look at the photos they have on display up here that show how high the water levels get during the wet season! If your going to do both sides of the falls, do this one first!
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Globe_trotter1980 Globe_tr…
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Argentina vs Brasil Mar 11, 2011
Many ask me : Which side is better to see the falls, Argentina or Brasil? Without any doubt : BOTH... You cannot go there and visit only one side. They complement each other.

On the Argentinian side, you feel the falls, the power. You get close, you get all wet... but you only see onr part at a time. The attractions, boat ride are worth it. Maye youfeel it's a bit expensive, but remember, you will probably be there only once in your life...

On the Brasilian side, you get close only to the Garganta del Diablo, the bigest one... and it's worth it. You can comtemplate the whole site, have amaxing panoramic view (and pictures)

So, without a doubt, I sugest that, if you go there, you visit both side...
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bonaparte bonaparte
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Magical Iguazu Falls Jul 17, 2011
This is a magical place with the immense waterfall and vast amount of butterflies surrounding you as walk through idyllic views. Go to both sides Argentinian as well as Brazilian to get the true experience. Make sure you throw a coin into the waterfall and make a wish!!
Iguazu with the rainbow
Coaties you see them everywhere
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osepulv osepulv
1 reviews
Iguacu Aug 17, 2008
The town of Iguacu on the Brazilian side is great. There are many hotels that cater to tourists that are in the city. You will find better deals in the city and get to know the locals. The ladies in Iguacu are hospitable and willing to help a tourist.

The national park is not expensive. Well worth it to see the falls. They need money to maintain it and preserve it for others to see. Great vista.
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