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Iguazu Falls

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The colossal power of these thundering falls, viewable from both Argentina and Brazil, and accessible from Paraguay, is a mesmerizing sight: 275 separate falls in a U-shaped formation pound the water below in raging cascades with a deafening...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Rodovia BR 469 - Km18, Foz do Iguacu, State of Parana 85855-750, Brazil
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Reviewed today via mobile

It’s an amazing natural park where these water falls represent the majestic of the nature. Both sides, Brazilian and Argentinian, should be visited to understand all their power.

Thank LopezSan
Reviewed yesterday

A place to call home. It's a wonderful place... It's very very very good... I loved. Paraguay is a beautiful country too

Thank FernandaPilz
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Brazil side of the falls. An amazing sight with new and impressive vistas around every bend. The final walkway out below the final highest falls is amazing, but be prepared to get very wet from flying spray. One of...More

Thank Michelelabelle
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We were worried we wouldn’t care for the falls, and our 24 hour bus ride would be a waste. Boy were we wrong! This may be the coolest thing I have seen! The falls are not only beautiful, but a real example of the power...More

Thank PillowPopper
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited the Brazilian side of the falls one evening. Worthwhile, but you can do it in a couple of hours without stress. The lifts are currently broken, so it is not wheelchair accessible. Pleasant walk down leads to a walkway from which you can...More

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Reviewed 4 days ago

The Falls were breath-taking. We spent a full day on the Argentinian side and a half day on the Brazilian side. It is a must to see the Falls from both sides. We can recommend the Eco boat ride on the Argentinian side to see...More

Thank debbiewU1476HC
Reviewed 5 days ago

Spent two days visiting the falls from both the Brazil and Argentinian side, including a boat ride under the falls. It was amazing, great wild life and natural setting, largely undisturbed by buildings and excessive tourist conveniences. The guide was great, very informative and a...More

Thank Ken T
Reviewed 6 days ago

Was another perspective of the falls and well worth a visit. Best to get there early morning or after midday.

Thank Davido0409
Reviewed 6 days ago

This park is very busy, but the layout allows for a personal experience. You can take the train to different stops or walk along the path. There is usually a crowd at the best viewpoints but everyone moves in and out quickly enough that you...More

Thank bethanddavetravels
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Out of this world were both Argentina side & Brazilian side. Argentinian side takes longer to do so i would suggest going to the Brazilian side 1st then the other next as the Argentinian side in my opinion is longer . We did Argentinian side...More

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Yadi N
October 13, 2018|
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Response from Terry L | Reviewed this property |
I visited in August, dry season, falls were in full splendor.
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ltal914
October 3, 2018|
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Response from MATrank | Reviewed this property |
You don’t need a guide. Each park offers wonderful views and features. The Argentina side is larger and more dramatic. But don’t miss the Brazilian side either. The nearby Parque das Aves on Brazil is well worth a visit if... More
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ltal914
October 3, 2018|
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Response from Robin H | Reviewed this property |
Brazilian doable in 2 hours, but don't skip the Argentinian side, which will take longer. Enjoy!
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