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Iguazu Falls Argentina

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You don’t need to go out on a boat to admire Iguazu Falls—this tour includes access to all of the other attractions in Iguazu National Park such as hiking trails, a tram ride, and plenty of vista points, all with hassle-free hotel pickup from nearby accommodations. Save money by paying the park entrance fee when you arrive.
US$9.50 per adult
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60jonno wrote a review Mar. 2020
Adelaide, Australia407 contributions121 helpful votes
The photo at front pretty much shows it all but it is still worth seeing. The tree logs are enormous and closer viewing inside amd around is impressive. You can get food and drinks onsite.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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thymetotravel999 wrote a review Jan. 2020
Los Angeles, California274 contributions106 helpful votes
The large wood trap was interesting and impressive, but there's not much else here. You can walk through everything in about 30 mins. There are a few crafts shops onsite, but we really weren't interested in shopping.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Bill F wrote a review Jan. 2020
Hendersonville, North Carolina4 contributions
A small park-like area that is about preserving the trees. There is the open building showing the size of the trees used to build the structure, a gift shop of unique and standard items, and a nice resturant. On a hot day, this was a nice place to rest and have a light meal.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Speigal wrote a review Nov. 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom842 contributions225 helpful votes
If you have 30 mins to kill and 3 dollar then the 5 min tour and wander interesting if not worrying as trees hundreds of years old felled and turned into furniture for export. Native huts with air conditioning, cafe, ice cream, trinkets. No pushy sales. I suppose supports the locals. Many coaches stop here.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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MadonnaBo wrote a review Nov. 2019
Brisbane, Australia19 contributions6 helpful votes
We were a bit worried visiting here after some of the reviews, however If you have a couple of hours to kill in peurto iguazo this is a nice distraction. Lovely gardens and timber displays. Given there is not much else to see in this town we had half a day after our visit to the falls the day before. Nice friendly guide and yes, there are lots of stalls but they are very nicely displayed in timber and stone buildings, pleasant to wander round. We had a cold beer here before wandering around the rest of the gardens . Also purchased some y acataría, which is the wood they make into edible jam condiment. Very nice morning spent here.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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