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Parque Nacional Iguazu

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Ruta 101 Km 142, 3370 Puerto Iguazu, Misiones, Argentina | R, Puerto Iguazu 3370, Argentina
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Reviewed yesterday

This is an outstanding experience. You will be walking all day, enjoying the beautiful countryside. Beware of the raccoons and bring proper footwear and sun cream. Only negative point I have to add is that the San Martin island has been closed for a year...More

Thank I5801JIrebeccad
Reviewed 1 week ago

Iguazu falls is considered one of the top wonders in the world. It is definitely one of the top 10 best experiences of my life. I will remember my memories from here in the later days of my life. The falls borders three countries, Paraguay,...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Words or even pictures cannot describe the size, beauty, and power of these falls. You gotta be there. I've been to many many natural wonders all over the world and Iguazu ranks close to the top. Nuf said.

Thank JohnandJaneS
Reviewed 1 week ago

Forget Niagara or Angel (I haven't been to Victoria,,,) - this is the 'real deal', 1500 cubic metres of water per SECOND (average) - that's a third of a million gallons per second in 'old money'!

1  Thank NickS-Barnes
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Was on my “ must do it” list. Definitely worth it. Can t find words to describe what u feel in front of the nature greatness. Try to see both sides; brazilian side takes 4-5 hours if you try the boat tour too ( we...More

1  Thank 991mihais
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw the falls from the air by helicopter, from the Argentinian side, from the Brazilian side and from a boat going beneath the falls. However you see the falls, they are majestic, awesome, powerful and amazing.

Thank Marjorie H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The experience is magical. When we arrived, we were greeted by Guarani children singing. Also, there were swarms of yellow butterflies, monkeys and coaties (similar to raccoons with long noses). The falls are surrounded by the jungle and you have to ride a train and...More

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ParquesNacionalesARG, Servicio de Atención al Visitante. Parques Nacionales de la Argentina. at Parque Nacional Iguazu, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
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Buenos días. Desde la APN, nos alegra saber que disfrutó del parque. Conocer las experiencias del visitante nos ayuda a...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent an entire day on the Argentine side of the Falls and it is definitely better than the Brazilian side; if you only have one day, spend it on the Argentine side. It will take all day i.e. 1000 - 1800 to do all...More

1  Thank travelpassion
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The national parc is worth the visit undoubtedly. We went with a tour which was a waste of space. Leaving super early to wait for the guide, being called up 10 times, having to wait in line anyway to get the tickets to the parc,...More

1  Thank Sandra H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you ever have a chance, see this place. It is a massivie water fall. I will not repeat what others wrote, waht I like to highlight is that on the Argentinian side there is a publich bus from the closest twown (Puerto Iguazu) which...More

2  Thank Stephan G
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Erin H
August 3, 2018|
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Response from homebythelake | Reviewed this property |
Someone has national parks mixed up . Places are in peru not Argentinian -Bbrazil border where Falls are.
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rahoku
May 10, 2018|
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Response from AlexFromJerusalem | Reviewed this property |
The Argentinian side offers several close up viewing spots, from where you can really experience the immense power of the falls. The Brazilian side offers (mostly) a wider, panoramic view, though there are spots where you... More
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February 3, 2018|
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