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Two days is adequate.
Day one. Either take the train or walk alongside the track to Diablo falls. Then walk the blue trail.
Day two. Do the boat trip (you get very wet and don’t have good photo opportunities unless you sit at the front...More
Visited the Argentinian side yesterday,the Brazilian side is a much shorter day and could even be viewed in a couple of hours.a bus collects s you from the entrance and you can be taken direct to the "Main Attraction* there is a lift to take...More
This area exceeded our expectations. The Falls are 3 miles long and consist of 275 individual falls. Three countries..Brazil,Argentina and Paraguay. We traveled with Gate 1travel and enjoyed seeing the falls from two countries and from the top, middle and Bottom. The park is very...More
Professional guided service in train truck and boat. The falls is amazing being the largest in the world. Various view points on bridges. One is a 1.8km walk and another 1.4km. Lots of viewing areas although crowded. Truck drive through jungle is great with sightings...More
After spending a day at this place you will wonder how any other holiday experience can live up to it. What else is there to see in nature after this, you wonder? That's how good the Argentinian side of the Iguazu falls is. If you...More
After visiting the Brazilian side of the falls the day earlier and also taking a helicopter ride, we thought we had seen the best of the falls, however this surprised us.
The views were far superior to the Brazilian side, you were able to get...More
We visited on a busy September Saturday as part of a group tour of Argentina. The guide had been several times before and it was the busiest she had seen it. Despite that we had a wonderful day. The park area is big with 3...More
Response from Evolution73 | Reviewed this property |
From central BA hotel to the airport is about a $30 USD cab ride depending on the transport you decide on. Remember that the cabs in BA should have the light at the top and a meter. Otherwise you run the risk of being... More
From central BA hotel to the airport is about a $30 USD cab ride depending on the transport you decide on. Remember that the cabs in BA should have the light at the top and a meter. Otherwise you run the risk of being diverted or overpaying.
Technically you can do both sides on the same day. I just did that. But wouldn’t recommend it if you want to go a little slower and take in the experience.
I had a personal tour guide that drive me across. Friends of mine had rented a care when they did it. Just remember that you will need to stop at the border crossing in Brazil and factor a wait time in relation to catching your plane back.
Hard to pick one side over the other. The Brazilian side is faster but has a very interesting catwalk across the falls and provides a panoramic view of the Argentinian side. The Argentinian side is longer and allows for a much nicer trail walk. Additionally the largest fall, Devil’s throat is on this side. If I had to pick it would be Argentina and walk it all, but you wont get to see both sides of you are factoring in flight there and back on the same day. 1.5 days is the perfect amount of time in an ideal world.
Response from CnP-in-LIM | Reviewed this property |
Buses were safe when we were there, some girls/ladies on their own. Our experience of buses was limited to the route from Argentinian side Puerto Iguazu to the Falls, but I have no reason to believe the Brazilian safe is... More
Buses were safe when we were there, some girls/ladies on their own. Our experience of buses was limited to the route from Argentinian side Puerto Iguazu to the Falls, but I have no reason to believe the Brazilian safe is unsafe.