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At the advice or our guide Marco we split the tours. Doing the Argentina side the first day and the Brazilian side the next day. Marco was great. He said everything in spanish and english. We were picked up at the hotel by the bus....More
My family of 5 was stuck on this all-day tour in Spanish. We purchased the English tour! My receipt/voucher says "Language: English". The guide's nametag had the British flag on it, but he said he did NOT speak English. And he did NOT! The only...More
This was worth doing. The mines were OK but the mission was really good. Note that this includes transport only. You have to pay the cheap entrance fee at both places. They accept Brazilian currency as well. Wear good shoes especially for the mines. It's...More
We book this tour from Argentina, so for going in and back we had to proceed both customs. This was a nightmare, we were picked up at 6:30 pm and arrived the restaurant 9 pm!!! This is a 15 km trip on a route, everything...More
Definitely take the time to see both sides of Falls. We did both sides in one day due to time constraints. Boat tour is 2 hours so we couldn’t do that though highly recommended. The Falls are breathtaking, mystical, beauty all around. You won’t be...More
Impressed with Grayline!
Booking only at this point, but had great help from Pavlo in Argentina to put together a custom private tour for us. Nikki at Corporate office, via emails was great too.
Now working with Peru office for a Peru custom tour too!
Spent an afternoon (time to walk around the town, visit Las Tres Frontiers (where the rivers meet and you can see Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay), then two days visiting the falls (one day from the Argentinian side and one from the Brazilian).
It was really...More