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Reviewed October 3, 2017

To see from both Brazil side and Argentina side is stunning. Of course Argentina side is alot bigger but brasil side is still very nice. Great place that is a unesco so definitely worth seeing

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Reviewed October 2, 2017

The parking in Parque Iguaçu costs BRL $ 60, but the Parque das Aves, a few meters from before the Parque Iguaçu is free.
If you don't get the Macuco Safari, plan to spent 1h~2h inside.
After the ticket booth you will get a bus and drop off at the second stop, to get the main trail, if you have any locomotion problems, wait for the third stop and get the panoramic elevator.
The trail is short (~1.2Km/0.8 miles), you can see the Argentina side of Igaçu Falls, and at the end of trail, the Carganta do Diabo. In the walk you can see the original animals of the region (do not feed them!). Along the trail, there are some kiosks selling snacks, water and coconut water, at the end of the trail, there are some restaurants.
Do not forget to bring water, sunscreen, insect repellent and raincoat. If you don't want to go to the Devils Throat/Garganta do Diabo, you don't need the raincoat.

Thank senomoto
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Reviewed October 2, 2017 via mobile

We spent about 5 hours at this park and enjoyed every minute of it. While the Upper trail was fascinating, especially as one gets closer to the falls, the top trail leading to the Devil’s Throat was stunning. This is a must see park! Very highly recommended!

Thank JoeDec2014
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Reviewed September 30, 2017 via mobile

Lots of trails to see the falls and the river. Restrooms are available as are sandwich shops. However when we were there long lines were everywhere for every attraction.
A must do is the river boat ride under the falls, and the walk to see Devils falls.
Beautiful views in all directions

Thank william f
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Reviewed September 28, 2017

The Iguazu national park is a treasure that must be protected. The waterfalls are one of the top sights in the world. The guides are very good and the walkways along the falls are very good. If you get a chance to see from both the Brazilian side and the Argentinian side, do it!

Thank Julie O
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